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1) Fill in the blanks with the correct tense of the verb

:. Paul ______________ (go) to school every day at 9:00.. Last year there ______________ (not/be) any good films.. What did you say? I ______________ (not / understand) . He ______________ (read) four books so far this year..

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1) Fill in the blanks with the correct tense of the verb






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1) Fill in the blanks with the correct tense of the verb:

Paul ______________ (go) to school every day at 9:00.

Last year there ______________ (not/be) any good films.

What did you say? I ______________ (not / understand)

He ______________ (read) four books so far this year.

Look at those black clouds. It ______________ rain.

I predict that this film ______________ (win) an award.

The grandmother ______________ (tell) the little girl a story and

she

_________

(fall) asleep.

The family ______________ (watch) TV when the phone ______________ (ring).

Alan ______________ (eat) while I ______________ (do) my homework.

I ______________ (go) to San Francisco tomorrow.Slide2

Answers:Paul

goes

to school every day at 9:00.

Last year there

weren

`t

any good films.

What did you say? I

didn

`t

understand

.

He

has

read

four books so far this year.

Look at those black clouds. It

is

going

to

rain

.

I predict that this film

will

win

an award.

The grandmother

was

telling

the little girl a story and she

fell

asleep.

The family

was

watching

TV when the phone

rang

.

Alan

was

eating

while I

was

doing

my homework.

I

am

going

to San Francisco tomorrow.Slide3

2) Write the correct prepositions: to / in / at / on / for / on / at / in / at / to

I am always tired ______ Mondays.

They usually go to the club ______ weekends.

______ weekdays, he never goes out.

Have you been waiting ______ a long time?

Last August, we went ______ India.

They were both born ______ January.

Paul always comes to visit ______ Easter.

______three weeks, the class is having an exam.

Please stop talking ______ her.

Mar

y

is ______ home. You can phone her there.Slide4

Answers:I am always tired ___

on

___ Mondays.

They usually go to the club __

at

____ weekends.

___

On

___ weekdays, he never goes out.

Have you been waiting ___

for

___ a long time?

Last August, we went __

to

____ India.

They were both born __

in

____ January.

Paul always comes to visit ___

at

___ Easter.

_

In

_____three weeks, the class is having an exam.

Please stop talking ___

to

___ her.

Mar

y

is __

at

____ home. You can phone her there.Slide5

3.Read the text:

When I was young, I didn’t really appreciate my parents, especially my m

u

m. I always thought she was too strict and we would often fight. I guess most teenagers argue with their parents at some time, but with us it was almost everyday. One problem was that I just don’t think she understood me. She always said I didn’t respect her, which just wasn’t true.

I had a curfew and I hated it. When I was late, they would ground me for a week and that just made me even angrier. They’d nag me about my appearance and how messy my room was, but at least they never stopped my allowance.

Now our relationship is really good and she’s my best friend in many ways. If I need advice she’s certainly the first person I turn to.

However, if I have children in the future, I think I’ll do things very differently. To start with, I don’t think I’ll give them too many rules. If you do, all they’ll do is disobey you. It’s also important to listen to their opinions and talk honestly to them. I still think we’ll fight, but not too often. Slide6

Choose the right anwer

:

Why didn’t Tom get along with his m

u

m when he was young?

a

)

She didn’t respect him

b

)

He was a teenager

c

)

She was very strict

d

)

He didn’t respect her

What made him angry?

a

)

Not being understood

b)

Arguing with his mom

c)

Having a curfew

d

)

Not being allowed out Slide7

What didn’t his parents do?

a

)

Tell him what time to be home

b

)

Get upset about his appearance

c

)

Stop his allowance

d

)

Tell him to clean up his room Slide8

What does

nag mean?

a

)

criticize or tell someone what to do

b

)

messy

c

)

a time or deadline by when someone needs to be home

d

)

to admire someone

When Tom has children what won’t he do?

a

)

Listen to them

b

)

Behave the same as his parents

c

)

Be honest with them

d

)

Argue with them Slide9

Answers:

-

Why didn’t Tom get along with his m

u

m when he was young?

b

)

He was a teenager

-

What made him angry?

c)

Having

a

curfew

-

What didn’t his parents do?

c

)

Stop his allowance

-

What does

nag mean?

a

)

criticize or tell someone what to do

-

When Tom has children what won’t he do?

b

)

Behave the same as his parents Slide10

4. Choose the most suitable

prepositions

:

That`s typical of Tina. It`s just ______her to complain.

a) like b) until c) concerning

I can`t talk now. But we can talk about it ______ dinner tonight.

a) over b) on to c) within

Come ______ 9 o`clock. Any time from 8:30 to 9:30 is OK.

a) around b) throughout c) up to

If the sea rises, some countries will be ______ sea-level.

a)

pending b) outside of c) belowSlide11

Answers:

That`s typical of Tina. It`s just ______her to complain.

a) like

I can`t talk now. But

ew

can talk about it ______ dinner tonight.

a) over

Come ______ 9 o`clock. Any time from 8:30 to 9:30 is OK.

a) around

If the sea rises, some countries will be ______ sea-level

.

c)

belowSlide12

Choose the most suitable

prepositions

:

Everybody came at 9

o`lock

. _____Neil who came at 10.

a) apart from b) underneath c) up against

There is a good view from my hotel because it ________ a hill.

a) in b) except c) on top of

She started to walk______ the man, but he followed her.

a) down b) away from c) out of

There are 31 days ____December.

a)

in b) on

c)

intoSlide13

Answers:

Everybody came at 9

o`lock

. _____Neil who came at 10.

a) apart from

There is a good view from my hotel because it ________ a hill.

c) on top of

She started to walk______ the man, but he followed her.

b) away from

There are 31

days

____

December

.

a)

in

Slide14

After Greg dropped it, something went ______ with it and now it doesn’t work.

a

)

broken

b

)

fit

c

)

missing

d

)

wrong

I suffer from hay ______, and in the summer I can’t stop sneezing.

a

)

disease

b

)

fever

c

)

illness

d

)

temper

aure

We’ve decided to set ______ a new business and we want your help. a) in b) off c) on d) up

We’re all affected ______ the decisions other people make.

a

)

by

b

)

from

c

)

in

d

)

with

I just don’t understand how she puts up with all that nagging. Her ______ is amazing.

a

)

compassion

b

)

courage

c

)

self-esteem

d

)

tolerance

Personally, I think that security cameras ______ your privacy.

a

)

access

b

)

compile

c

)

invade

d surveillanceSlide15

After Greg dropped it, something went ______ with it and now it doesn’t work.

d

)

wrong

I suffer from hay ______, and in the summer I can’t stop sneezing.

b

)

fever

We’ve decided to set ______ a new business and we want your help.

d

)

up

We’re all affected ______ the decisions other people make.

a

)

by

I just don’t understand how she puts up with all that nagging. Her ______ is amazing.

d

)

tolerance

Personally, I think that security cameras ______ your privacy.

c

)

invade