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Five types of questions 1.General 2.Alternative 3.To subject 4.Special 5.Tag-question
She likes watching films in a cinema 1.Does she like watching films in a cinema? 2.Does she like watching films in a cinema or at home? 3.Who likes watching films in a cinema? 4.What does she like? Where does she like watching films? When…? Why…? How often…? 5.She likes watching films in a cinema, doesnt she?
Define the type of question 1.Do you speak German? 2.They like to quarrel, dont they? 3.When does she jog? 4.Who often eats my cake? 5.How much money does it coast? 6.Do we turn left or right? 7.Kate is Johns wife, isnt she?
Define the type of question 8.Does he like apples? 9.Why do you leave? 10.Does it coast 10 or 15 pounds? 11.Who constantly takes my pen? 12.I dont go to the doctor, do I? 13.Dont you pick up into my schedule? 14.Whom do I bring milk? 15.Does mum cook porridge or eggs on the morning?
Ask five types of questions 1.My family didnt go to the south last summer. 2.My friend is learning English at Malta now. 3.Mum hasnt cooked the dinner yet
Present Simple + V 0, Vs (3 person singular – he, she, it) -do/does not V ? Do/Does ___ V?
Open the brackets using Present Simple 1.She (not to like) wearing dresses. 2.Your husband (to work) as an engineer? 3.I (to swim) very well. 4.Ice (to melt) at 0. 5.We (not to talk) very often? 6.He (to love) her. 7.A teacher (to be) very good. 8.They even (not to greet) each other.
Translate from Russian into English using Present Simple 1.У меня большая семья. 2.Моя бабушка не любит громкую музыку. 3.Ты умеешь плавать? 4.Он не говорит по-японски? 5.Мы работаем в большом офисе. 6.Я не люблю боевики (action films). Я считаю, что они глупые и скучные. 7.Она – самая прекрасная девушка на свете. Я люблю ее.
Present Continuous now, at the moment + am/is/are Ving -am/is/are not Ving ? Am/Is/Are ___ Ving
Open the brackets using Present Continuous 1.It (not to rain) any more, it (to clear) up and the sun (to shine). 2.The jazz band (to play) in the park. 3.A lot of people (to listen) to the music and they really (to have) a good time. 4.But they (not to dance). 5.There is a coffee shop there. Only seven people (to sit) there, and only five people (to wait) in the queue.
6.Some people (to have) sandwiches and (to drink) coffee, tea or fruit juices. 7.Boys and girls over there (to laugh) and (to make) a lot of noise. 8.They (to play) games and Tom (to take) pictures. 9.So what (to go) on? 10.Timothy (to feed) his dog. 11.Who (to fix) your sink? 12.Our neighbours (not to wash) their car.
Present Simple or Present Continuous? 1.His father (not to watch) TV at the moment. He (to sleep) because he (to be) tired. 2.Pat (not to cook) dinner at the moment. She (to talk) on the phone. She (to cook) dinner every Monday. 3.I (not to drink) coffee now. I (to write) an English exercise. 4.I (not to drink) coffee in the evening. I (to drink) coffee in the morning.
Present Simple or Present Continuous? 5.Your friend (to do) his homework now? 6.Your friend (to go) to school in the morning? 7.Look! The baby (to sleep). 8.The baby always (to sleep) after dinner. 9.My grandmother (not to work). She is on pension. 10.My father (not to sleep) now. He (to work) in the garden. 11.I usually (to get) up at 7 a.m.
Present Perfect just, already, yet, recently, never, ever, today, this week, etc. + has/have Ved, III -has/have not Ved, III -Has/Have__Ved, III
Open the brackets using Present Perfect 1.I (not yet to eat) today. 2.What you (to prepare) for today? 3.Look at this birdhouse. Mike (to make) it himself. 4.Where you (to put) my pen? I cant find it. 5.He is not at school today. He (to fall) ill. 6.I already (to do) my homework. I can go for a walk.
Present Perfect Continuous for 5 days, since childhood + has/have been V ing -has/have been V ing ?has/have been V ing
Open the brackets using Present Perfect Continuous 1.Many plants and animals (to disappear). 2.Many local health services (to run) public campaign to prevent young people from the habit of smoking. 3.Sales of high fat products (to increase) for the last ten years. 4.People (to use) garlic as an antibiotic for centuries. 5.I (not to eat) at night for two years. 6.Can you see my glasses? I (to look) for them for ten minutes but I have not found them yet.
Open the brackets using Present Perfect Continuous 1.We (to build) this house since Where are you? I (to wait) for you for an hour. 3.He (to work) hard since four oclock. 4.Kate (to wash) the floor for twenty minutes. 5.How long you (to learn) the French language? 6.The children (to play) football since three oclock but they are not tired.
Past Simple last month, yesterday, a week ago + V ed,II -Did not V ?Did __ V?
Past Continuous definite moment in the past + was/were Ving -was/were not Ving ? Was/Were ___ Ving