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Change the statements into negative sentences and questions.

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  1. A. Answer the questions.
  2. A. Answerthequestions.
  3. A. Complete the sentences according to the information in the text.
  4. A. Complete the sentences with the comparative forms of the adverbs in the box.
  5. A. Say whether the following statements are false or true.
  6. All the verbs in the box relate to legal matters. Use them in the correct forms to complete the sentences.
  7. Answer the following questions.
  8. Answer the questions.
  9. Answer the questions.
  10. B. Below is а list of words derived from the same stem. Indicate the parts of speech. Choose а suitable word for each blank in the sentences below.
a) Sam phoned home. b) Helen wanted to make a phone call. c) Bill missed the bus. d) George walked to school. e) The shops opened on Sunday.

Look at the list of irregular verbs at the end of the book and put the verbs in brackets into the past simple.

a) The last lesson (begin) at 2.30. b) Joe (feel) ill after lunch. c) Suddenly a bird (fly) in the window. d) I think you (do) the wrong thing. e) Jane (get) ready very quickly. f) We (know) the answer.

Change the statements into negative sentences and questions.

a) Tom and Anna had breakfast. b) Mike took the bus. c) Sam went to university. d) Paula ate a sandwich. e) Joe made mistakes. f) Carla came early.

Change the verbs in brackets into the past simple.

a) When (you, come) to this country? b) Jack (not, wear) his raincoat. c) Pat (leave) his coat in the hall. d) How many pages (you, write)? e) What (the teacher, say)? f) Peter (like) his new shoes. g) Alice (not, wash) her hair.

Use the verbs in brackets in Past Simple.

The Cat Comes Home!

On Christmas day, Fiona Riley (visit) her parents for lunch. When she (go) back home she (take) Lee, the family cat, with her. Lee (spend) some time at Fiona’s house but she (not like) her new home and she (miss) her old family a lot.

One day, she (walk) out of Fiona’s house and never (come) back. She

(disappear)? No! She (travel) 60 miles and after 5 days she (appear) on her

old family’s doorstep! The family (be) very surprised.

Change each sentence to include a compound adjective.

1. He wore a shirt which had been made by hand. He wore a hand-made shirt. 2. The sun had tanned her skin. She had … 3. The dog had long hair. It was a … 4. The man’s hair was red. He was a … 5. The man dressed well. The man was … 6. She bought a blouse which had long sleeves. She bought a … 7. He had long hair reaching to his shoulders. He had …

Adjective word order

When describing people’s appearance, the following order of adjectives is generally correct. It is unusual in speech to combine more than two or three adjectives before a noun. Eyes: quality + size + shape + colour Big blue eyes Beautiful blue eyes Clothes: quality + size + shape + colour + material A smart green jacket A long-sleeved black woolen sweater Hair: quality + length + texture + style + colour Shoulder-length wavy brown hair Lovely thick blonde hair

Put the words in the correct order.

1. She wore a/velvet/red/tight-fitting/dress.

2. He’s got/brown/deep-set/large/eyes.

3. The girl had/auburn/wavy/long/hair.

4. I’m looking for a/cotton/white/large/sweater.

5. The boy had/dark/long/hair.

Unit 6



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