1. ---WhereWhenHowDo do you live?
2. What ---doaredoesn´thave you like to do in your free time?
3. What is your ---favouritepreferredfavoriteprefer colour?
4. Juan ---doesisdoesn´thas like cheese.
5. This is ---anathe big orange.
6. Do you have ---anathe time?
7. This isn´t ---mymemineI umbrella it´s yours.
8. I haven´t ---Xgotdon´twant a pen.
9. I ---cancan´tdox sing. I´m very bad.
10. How much ---dodoesxhave it cost?
11. This bag is bigger ---thatthanx my bag.
12. I don´t have ---anyxmanygot brothers or sisters.
13. I always ---goxis goinggoes shopping on Saturday morning.
14. Look there's John! He ---is livingis wearingwearslive a blue T-shirt.
a.Be b.Find c.Have d.Play e.Go f.Say g.Eat h.Buy i.Drink j.Take k.See l.Lose
I a very busy weekend, last weekend.
First, I a big breakfast and
I a lot of orange juice.
Then I football with my friends in the park.
Then my Dad me in the car to the zoo.
I lots of animals.
My favourite animals the lions because they are the kings of the Savannah.
My friend his phone so we had to look all around the zoo.
We it underneath the picnic table where we ate lunch. Before we went home,
we to the gift shop
I a toy dolphin for my sister.
When I gave it to her, she “thank you”.
1.You eat lots of unhealthy food.
2. There isn´t cheese in the fridge.
3. 1945 the Second Word War ended.
4. While I my breakfast, my phone rang.
5. There were only people at the party.
6.The river goes the town.
7. The bank is the music shop and the bakery.
1.I have lived in London 2 years.
2.The cake in time for the party.
3.I haven´t finished my homework .
4.You wear a helmet in the cave.
5. you been to Scotland?
6.My mum, is a doctor, is 35 today.
7.I have been learning English 1990.
1.If you be the president for 1 day what you do?
2.How long have you football?
3. My mum me to clean my room before lunch.
4. Sarah isn´t here. She to the shops. She´ll be back soon.
5. Medicine humans to live to the age of 1000.
a.go b.become c.ask d.edit e.behave e.care
1.I never to Italy.
2.Wild animals aren´t dangerous if people sensibly.
3.If politicians about the rainforests, they would do more to protect them.
4.Mary if he had seen her glasses.
5.If I had followed my parent´s advice I a doctor.
6.The school blog by a group of senior students.
There is one example: Prizes are given out when the school year finishes.
PLACE Prize-giving……………………………… end of each school year. Answer: Prize-giving TAKES PLACE AT THE end of each school year.
1.CARRY. You must do exactly what the teacher tells you.
You must instructions exactly.
2.ORDER. So that Susan would be fit for the skiing, she went to the gym three times a week.
Susan went to the gym three times a week fit for the skiing.
3.POINT. It´s not worth inviting her to the party. She will never come.
There inviting her to the party. She will never come.
4.UNTIL. She had to finish her homework before she went out.
She had to stay in homework.
5.BETTER Jo had not expected the film to be so good.
The film had expected.
There is an example at the beginning.
Second Language Learning
There has been much debate in recent times about when young people
should take up a second language.
This has been especially fuelled in recent times by the increasing IMPORTANCE (IMPORTANT) placed on the the English language.
It is now commonplace to see parents providing a substantial amount of (FUNDING)
on additional tuition on language lessons to give their children every (COMPETITION)
edge. In the past decade, language institutes have sprung up in (NUMBER)
urban centres, all claiming to provide rapid (ADVANCED)
There has been a push by many parents to expose their children to English in their (FORMATION) years.
This, many claim, will make the language more (INSTINCT)
and ensure that all pronunciation errors can be avoided. There is some evidence which points to youngsters who have been raised in (LANGUAGE)
families, where the language spoken at home is different to the one that they (CONVERSATION)
with in their external environment. While these children can switch between two languages with greater , (EASY)
it remains to be seen whether this is (ADVANTAGE)
when learning additional languages.
Hi, my name is Sarah and I live on a small Island North of Scotland called Sky. It’s about five kilometres long and four kilometres wide at its broadest point, and it’s joined to the mainland by a causeway called the Stand – a narrow road built across the mouth of the river which separates us from the rest of the country. Most of the time you wouldn’t know we’re on an island because the river mouth between us and the mainland is just a vast stretch of tall grasses and brown mud. But when there’s a high tide and the water rises a metre or so above the road and nothing can pass until the tide goes out again a few hours later, then you know it’s an island.
We were on our way back from the mainland. My older brother, Jack who is 19, had just finished his first year at university in a town 150 km away. Jack’s train was supposed to arrive at nine and he’d asked for a lift back from the station. Now, Dad normally hates being disturbed when he’s writing (which is just about all the time), and he also hates having to go anywhere, but despite the typical sighs and moans – why can’t he get a taxi? what’s wrong with the bus? – I could tell by the sparkle in his eyes that he was really looking forward to seeing Jack.
So, anyway, Dad and I had driven to the mainland and picked up Jack from the station. He had been talking non-stop from the moment he’d slung his rucksack in the boot and got into the car. University this, university that, writers, books, parties, people, money, gigs. And when I say talking, I don’t mean talking as in having a conversation, I mean talking as in jabbering like a mad thing. I didn’t like it … the way he spoke and waved his hands around as if he was some kind of intellectual or something. It was embarrassing. It made me feel uncomfortable – that kind of discomfort you feel when someone you like, someone close to you, suddenly starts acting like a complete idiot. And I didn’t like the way he was ignoring me, either. For all the attention I was getting I might as well not have been there. I felt a stranger in my own car.
As we approached the island on that Friday afternoon, the tide was low and the Stand welcomed us home, stretched out before us, clear and dry, beautifully hazy in the heat – a raised strip of grey concrete bound by white railings and a low footpath on either side, with rough cobbled banks leading down to the water. Beyond the railings, the water was glinting with that wonderful silver light we sometimes get here in the late afternoon which lazes through to the early evening.
We were about halfway across when I saw the boy. My first thought was how odd it was to see someone walking on the Stand. You don’t often see people walking around here. Between Sky and Boden (the nearest town about thirty kilometres away on the mainland), there’s nothing but small cottages, farmland, heathland and a couple of hills. So, islanders don’t walk because of that. If they’re going to Boden, they tend to take the bus. So, the only pedestrians you’re likely to see around here are walkers or birdwatchers. But even from a distance I could tell that the figure ahead didn’t fit into either of these categories. I wasn’t sure how I knew; I just did.
As we drew closer, he became clearer. He was actually a young man rather than a boy. Although he was on the small side, he wasn’t as slight as I’d first thought. He wasn’t exactly muscular, but he wasn’t weedy-looking either. It’s hard to explain. There was a sense of strength about him, a graceful strength that showed in his balance, the way he held himself, the way he walked.
1. Where do they live? (Paragraph 1)
2.How long is the Island? (Paragraph 1)
3.How high does the water rise? (Paragraph 1)
4.How old is Sarah´s brother?
5.How far is Jack´s university from Sky?
6.How did Sarah feel when Jack was talking about university?
7.What day did Jack arrive?
8.How do people normally travel from Sky to the nearest town?
1) In the first paragraph, what is Caitlin’s main point about the island?
—It can be dangerous to try to cross from the mainland.It is much smaller than it looks from the mainland.It is only completely cut off at certain times.It can be a difficult place for people to live in.
2) What does Caitlin suggest about her father?
—His writing prevents him from doing things he wants to do with his family.His initial reaction to his son's request is different from usual.His true feelings are easily hidden from his daughter.His son's arrival is one event he will take time off for.
3) Caitlin emphasises her feelings of discomfort because she
—is embarrassed that she doesn't understand what her brother is talking about.feels confused about why she can't relate to her brother anymore.is upset by the unexpected change in her brother´s behaviour.feels foolish that her brother's attention is so important to her.
4) In ‘because of that’ in the fourth paragraph, ‘that’ refers to the fact that
—locals think it is odd to walk anywhere.it is easier for people to take the bus than walk.people have everything they need on the island.there is nowhere in particular to walk to from the island.
5) What do we learn about Caitlins’s reactions to the boy?
—She felt his air of confidence contrasted with his physical appearance.She was able to come up with a reason for him being there.She realised her first impression of him was inaccurate.She thought she had seen him somewhere before.
Write an email to your friend. Say what you like and don´t like.
Say what you normally do at the weekends, who with and where.
Say what you did last weekend. Ask them a question.
Recommend something. Write as much detail as you can.
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