Put the verb into the correct form, active or passive

1. Yesterday they …… (congratulate) him on getting his degree.

2. The article …… (check) by the editor tomorrow.

3. You …. (give) a ticket if you park there.

4. The matter ….. (settle) by this afternoon.

5. I finally …… (persuade) the landlord to change the locks.

6. The trees ….. (prune) by a tree surgeon last week.

7. Our house ….. (clean) weekly.

8. The dustbins ……. (not / empty) recently.

9. The convict …… (take) to prison now.

10. What a lovely change from the weather we …… (have) lately!

 

Fill in the correct prepositions.

1. She's notorious …….. telling incredible lies.

2. I didn't expect so many people to object ……. the scheme.      

3. We hoped you would be more obedient ……. the rules. 

4. Most people are indifferent ……. the welfare of the homeless.

5. He asked her to write him a cheque ……. £75.

6. Poor working conditions are believed to have caused a decrease ……. production.

7. Don't disturb him as he's busy ……. his assignment.

8. The criminal was assured ……. a fair trial.

9. Christine got engaged …….. her boyfriend Ted.

10. The class is engaged ……. a discussion about politics.

11. The interviewee made a good impression ……. the manager.

12. What we lack ……. our flat is enough storage space.

13. They were very impressed ……. his ability.

14. The workers were protesting …….. the wage cuts.

15. Gary prides himself ……. his honesty.

16. Do you take pride ……. your work?

17. I've never had the pleasure ……. meeting her before.

18. He is jealous ……. his younger brother's success.

19. He was nervous ……. the forthcoming exams.

20. The hostess was pleasant ……. each of her guests.

21. I'm really pleased ……. your performance.

22. We always take pleasure ……. their company.

23. I don’t know the result ……. my exams yet.

24. He made a lot of mistakes resulting …… his inexperience.

25. Her arrogance resulted ……. her losing all her friends.

 

Fill in the correct variant.

1. I saw ____ near the wood that looked like a tent.

1) something

2) anything

3) nothing

2. Give me ____ to read, please. - - With pleasure.

1) something

2) anything

3) nothing

3. I don't know ____ about your town. Tell me … about it.

1) something, nothing

2) anything, something

3) everything, something

4. Please give me ____ warm: it is cold here.

1) something

2) anything

3) everything

5. I understand ____ now. Thank you for your explanation.

1) anything

2) nothing

3) everything

6. There is ____ white in the box. 'What is it?

1) something

2) anything

3) nothing

7. Is there ____ that you want to tell me?

1) something

2) anything

3) everything

8. Sally was sitting alone; she wasn't with ____.

1) someone

2) anyone

3) no one

9. The museum is free. It doesn't cost ____ to go in.

1) something

2) anything

3) nothing

10. Is there _____ in the room who knows the answer?

1) somebody

2) anybody

3) nobody

11. Would you like ____ to drink? - Yes, please - a glass of apple juice.

1) something

2) anything

3) nothing

12. Ann said ____ but I didn't understand her.

1) something

2) anything

3) nothing

13. Hello! Is ____ home?

1) somebody

2) anybody

3) nobody

14. Let's have dinner. ____ is hungry.

1) everybody

2) somebody

3) anybody

 

Fill in the sentences. Follow the model given.

Model: I gave you my address and you gave me yours.

1. He gave ……………. address and we gave ……………. .
2. She gave ……………. address and we gave ……………. .
3. We gave ……………. address and he gave ……………. .
4. She gave ……………. address and they gave ……………. .
5. They gave ……………. address and I gave ……………. .
6. I gave ……………. address and she gave ……………. .
7. They gave ……………. address and he gave ……………. .
8. We gave ……………. address and she gave ……………. .
9. They gave ……………. address and we gave ……………. .
10. He gave ……………. address and they gave ……………. .
11. You gave ……………. address and she gave ……………. .
12. We gave ……………. address and they gave ……………. .

 












Add the appropriate question tag.

1. Emma went to the park yesterday, …………. ?

2. I’ll put on these gloves, …………. ?

3. They haven’t lived in Italy, …………. ?

4. I am tired, …………. ?

5. Let’s consider the problem, …………. ?

6. Don’t do that, …………. ?

 

A sk general questions to the following sentences.

1. Mary grows beautiful flowers in the garden.

2. She can lose her temper easily.

3. His car needs urgent repairing.

4. Darla cooked a tasty cake yesterday.
5. Peter’s children are having dinner now.


A sk alternative questions to the following sentences.

1. Dan was watching TV at 5 (at 6 ) p.m. yesterday.

2. His friends are watching television (go out in the evening) tomorrow.

3. Classes start in the morning. (in the afternoon)

4. You are playing the guitar (the piano) now.

5. Nick wants to become a lawyer.(a waiter)

 

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