Exercise 19. Put the words into the right order
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1. Have bill we please could the?

2. Usually the radio I news to on the listen.

3. Your shower got bathroom you in a have?

4. Living doesn’t any he like there more.

5. Gold wearing of pair she’s earrings a.

6. A kilo much jam is in sugar there of how?

7. The made he doctor appointment an see to.

8. Probably tonight a for we’ll out meal go.

9. And road go right this down turn straight.

10. Nurses money doctors than more earn.

11. Expands water gets or freezes when it bigger.

12. Would if it to cat I take were sick the my vet.

13. You’ll as soon as phone won’t you get there you?

14. Unless he without to go soon we’ll arrives have him.

15. You nothing about live on but water can one for month.

16. That one there city is the building tallest in our over.

17. If night that locked up the chickens eaten at the fox not would have they them.

18. I road out window of the and his saw along looked on bike cycling Tom the. 

REVISION

I. Point out the main and the secondary parts of the sentence and name them:

1. She began reading him an interesting book with pictures.

2. I must write him a letter immediately.

3. She is teaching her English Grammar.

4. He will come with his friend.

5. He is a wonderful man with a nice face.

 

II. Arrange the attributes in the right order:

1. a clock (little, round)

2. a street (winding, long)

3. a woman (old, French, grey-haired)

4. a man ( brilliant, young)

5. eyes (well-opened, clear, grey, round)

6. pencils (yellow, ten, thick)    

7. a book (thick, that, English, text)

8. a box ( small, gold, lovely)

9. a shawl (silk, Japanese, beautiful)

10. a school (medical, famous, German)

11. a carpet (large, new, woollen, square)

12. dogs (clever, nice, little, white)

 

III. Put the adverbial modifiers and attributes in their proper places:

1. She went (by bus, in the evening, to the pictures).

2. Nick started (after dinner, in a hurry, to the park).

3. She has (long, beautiful, dark) hair.

4. The mother was reading (in a low voice, her son, an interesting book).

5. Mrs. Nelson brought some (chocolate, tasty) sweets for her daughter.

6. Must you get up (always, on Sunday, so early)?

7. I like black coffee (in the morning, very much).

8. The teacher went (slowly, home, after the lessons).

9. Becky bought a (velvet, nice, green) suit (some days ago, in London).

10. He spends (summer, at the Black Sea coast, usually).

11. We are very busy on Sunday (always).

12. They were surprised to meet (me, very much, here).

 

IV. Make up sentences:

1. You, after, will, this, immediately, he, book, classes, lend.

2. Wear, those, doubt, modern, very, trousers, I, would, Spanish, woollen, he, much, that.

3. Holidays, they, at this place, stay, on, the teacher, often, with.

4. Beautiful, go, lush, do, always, they, park, through, green, the?

5. Went, very, I, disappointed, by, to Vladivostok, to know, was, much, that, he, train.

 

HAVE / HAVE GOT

       Notional 1. As a notional verb to have is used in the meaning “иметь, обладать” and equals have got (more colloquial) e.g. We have a new car. = We’ve got a new car. 2. It can be used for a number of actions (can be used in continuous forms). e.g. - have breakfast / lunch / dinner / a meal / a drink / a cigarette etc. - have a swim / a walk / a rest / a holiday / a party / a good time etc. - have a bath / a shower / a wash - have a look (at something) - have a baby (=give birth to a baby) - have a chat (with someone) !!! “Have got” is not possible in these expressions. e.g. I have a bath every morning. (=I take a bath.) I’ve got a bath. (=There is a bath in my house.) 3. In the past we do not use “got”. e.g. When a child, she had long fair hair. (not “she had got”)   Auxiliary - is used to form Perfect and Perfect Continuous tenses  

                                                                                                                                                   

NEGATIVES AND QUESTIONS

 

HAVE (Use do/does/did) HAVE GOT
1. I don’t have any money. 1. I haven’t got any money.
2. She doesn’t have a new car (this car, her car, any car, 2 cars, a few cars). / She has no car. Incorrect – I haven’t a car. 2. She hasn’t got a car (this car, her car, any car, 2 cars, a few cars).
3. Do they have any money (a car)? – Yes, they do. / No, they don’t. IncorrectHave you any money? 3. Have they got any money (a car)? – Yes, they have. / No, they haven’t.

SOME – ANY; A LOT OF – MANY, MUCH; FEW – FEW; A FEW – A FEW; LITTLE – LITTLE; A LITTLE – A LITTLE

 

EXERCISES

Exercise 1. Right or Wrong:

1. I have no pal.

2. Ada doesn’t have tasty cakes.

3. Ben and Bess haven’t bikes.

4. Ellen has no a lot of stamps.

5. You have no a fat cat.

6. Sam hasn’t got some fine cats.

7. She has no bad habits.

8. Dan and Ann haven’t got a crazy lamb.

9. My cat hasn’t a tail.

10. My brother has got no fantastic bike.

 

Exercise 2. Give short answers according to the pattern:

a) Have you got any magazines? - Yes, ... .

-   Yes, I’ve got some.

b) Has Jane got any change for the bus? - No, ... .

-   No, she hasn’t got any.

 

1. Have you got any letters for me? - Yes, ….

2. Have you got any roses in the garden? - No, ....

3. Has he got any ink in his pen? - Yes, ... .

4. Has she got any books in the bag? - No,....

5  Have they got any children? - No,... .

6. Have you got any sugar in your tea? - Yes.....

7. Has John got any friend here? - No,....

8. Has she got any money in her pocket? - Yes,....

 

Exercise 3. Extend statements according to the pattern:

I haven’t got any cakes. (biscuits)

I haven’t got any cakes, but I’ve got some biscuits.

 

1. They haven’t got any bananas. (oranges)

2. We haven’t got any tea. (coffee)

3. The children haven’t got any balls. (dolls)

4. Mrs. Wilson hasn’t got any drawings here. (photos)

5. Mary hasn’t got any newspapers. (magazines)

6. They haven’t got any sandwiches here. (cakes)

7. The cook hasn’t got any cheese. (sausage)

8. We haven’t got any rivers here. (lakes)

9. I haven’t got any milk. (cream)

10. Mother hasn’t got any brown bread. (white bread)

 

Exercise 4. Make the sentences negative and ask general questions:

1. She has some English books.

2. He has a lot of mistakes in his test.

3. I have a lot of notebooks in my bag.

4. The boy has three red pencils.

5. Kitty has two cousins.

6. Dr. Sandford has a son.

7. I have relatives in Moscow.

8. They have two rooms.

9. I have some newspapers on the desk.

10. We have a lot of friends.

 

Exercise 5. Work in pairs / chain. Respond to the following statements read by a friend of yours, as in the model. Use the words given in brackets:

MODEL:

-   We’ve got a good record-player. (they)

-   So have they.

 

-   This doctor has many patients. (that doctor)

-   So does that doctor.

 

1. I have little milk in my glass. (Nina)

2. The girl has beautiful long hair. (her sister)

3. The Smiths have a lot of books in different languages. (the Browns)

4. They’ve got a dog and a cat. (we)

5. This artist has few pictures. (that artist)

6. Moscow has a few good theatres. (London)

 

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