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  6. I. Circle the correct variant
  7. IV. Choose the correct alternative that best suits the context.
  8. Put each of the following or phrases in its correct place in the passage below
  9. Say whether the following statements are TRUE, FALSE or INCOMPLETE. In case of FALSE or INCOMPLETE statements give the correct version.

1. She work in an office. 2. Does you play tennis? 3. Does he has many friends? 4. I doesn’t have a cat. 5. Mike don’t speak French. 6. I lives in London. 7. You goes home after work. 8. Does they live with their parents? 9. He doesn’t goes to school. 10. Does you speak English? 11. Do you likes your friends? 12. She does goes to university. 13. I speaks French. 15. Where do you be now?

 

 

Underline the correct preposition.

1. We have two rabbits at/to home. 2. What is that in/at English? 3. Do you have a bag for/with you? 4. In/-- the evening I listen --/to music. 5. We have two dogs at/in my family. 6. Let’s go for/to a walk. 7. John is a student at/forCambridge University. 8. I have a pen in/on my bag. 9. Let’s go in/to the university. 10. Philip speaks in/-- good German.

11. Children don’t go to/in school --/at night. 12. When do you usually get up/in? – In/At 6 o’clock --/in the morning. 13. We don’t study in/-- French. 14.

I’m a student and now I’m at/by my university. 15. I can’t play on/-- the guitar. 16. Do you listen to/-- the radio? 17. My friend lives on/in a nice big flat. 18. It is under/below my bag. 19. Why do you live in/with your parents? 20. Don’t smoke in/from my house. 21. --/On every Saturday we go to/-- the nightclub.

 

a) Match the adjectives with their opposites. Make up sentences with them.

old big new lovely easy hot expensive fast
horrible old young difficult cheap cold slow small

 

b)²—Write about the pictures using the adjectives from a). Listen and check. Practice saying them.

1. a. It’s _____. b. It’s _____. 2. a. It’s _____. b. It’s _____.
     
3. a. He’s _____. b. She’s _____. 4. a. They’re _____. b. They’re _____.
   
5. a. It’s _____. b. It’s _____. 6. a. It’s _____. b. It’s _____.
 
7. a. They’re _____. b. They’re _____. 8. a. It’s _____. b. It’s _____.

Modal Verb (Модальне Дієслово) may



Модальне дієслово may /meI/ вживається для вираження можливості чи дозволу. Перекладається на українську мову могти, мати можливість.

The Structures of Sentences with may

Affirmative (+) Negative (-) Interrogative (?)
  Long form Short form  
I may You may He may She may It may We may You may They may I may not You may not He may not She may not It may not We may not You may not Theymay not Imayn't You mayn't He mayn't She mayn't It mayn't We mayn't You mayn't They mayn't May I? May you? May he? May she? May it? May we? May you? May they?

Примітка: Скорочена заперечна форма mayn't читається /meInt/ або /"meI@nt/.

 

Modal Verb (Модальне Дієслово) might

Модальне дієслово might /maIt/ вживається для вираження теоретичної/гіпотетичної можливості чи ввічливого прохання про дозвіл. Перекладається на українську мову могти, можливо б, дозвольте.

The Structures of Sentences with might

Affirmative (+) Negative (-) Interrogative (?)
  Long form Short form  
I might You might He might She might It might We might You might They might I might not You might not He might not She might not It might not We might not You might not Theymight not Imightn't You mightn't He mightn't She mightn't It mightn't We mightn't You mightn't They mightn't Might I? Might you? Might he? Might she? Might it? Might we? Might you? Might they?

Примітка: Скорочена заперечна форма mightn't читається /maItnt/ або /"maIt@nt/.



 

Insert the correct form of may.

1. It _____ be cold, take a coat. 2. The text is difficult. I _____ use a dictionary? 3. Students _____ not bring books into the examination room. 4. He _____ not use my car. 5. I _____ come in? 6. When you are at home, you _____ do what you like. 7. He _____ be clever but I don't want to talk to him. 8. You _____use my office. 9. I _____ never see you again. 10. I _____ take your newspaper? 11. Who _____ play here?

 

 

²Make one sentence for each case using may or might. Don’t change the meaning of the sentence. Listen and check how close you are.

1. The possibility to go to the nightclub is so low that I don’t know whether to go or not. 2. You have low chances to see somebody new. Don’t go there. 3. These black trousers are absolutely new. But I don’t think they are nice to wear today. 4. Yes, I have a red dress, but it’s very old. I think it is really too small for me. 5. Well, you know, I don’t want to go with John. He is young and stupid, but I don’t have anybody else to go with. But John is not funny and he is not interesting at all … Or not? What to do? 6. It’s quite possible to walk there.

 

 

Read the situation and write what you would say using can, may or might.

1. You want to use your friend’s computer. What do you say? 2. You need to use your brother’s car. Ask him about it. 3. You want to have a walk with your friend. What do you ask your parents? 4. You are with your friends in the restaurant. You want to smoke. What do you say? 5. Ask someone to help you open the

door. 6. You are late for the lesson. What do you say when you open the door? 7. The text is difficult. What do you ask your teacher? 8. You want to go to the nightclub with your friends very much but it’s very late to go out. You know that your parents never let you go out late. What do you say to your parents? 9. Your lesson is over. You want to go home. What do you say?

Translate into English using can, may or might.

1. Можна ми подивимося телевізор увечері? 2. Я не дозволяю тобі читати мої листи. 3. Можна я закрию вікно? 4. Можна я піду погуляю з Пітером, ну будь ласочка… 5. Можливо, він прийде завтра. 6. Я можу вам допомогти? 7. Можна вони пограють в футбол? 8. Можна скористатися вашим телефоном? 9. Можна ми

відкриємо книги? 10. Ти можеш не відповідати на третє запитання. 11. Можна зайти? 12. Можливо, в понеділок буде спекотно. А, можливо, і ні. 13. Можете взяти з собою друзів. 14. Я можу бути зайнятим, починайте без мене. 15. Вони не вміють читати. 16. Можна я тобі зателефоную на вихідних? 17. Мені не дозволено заходити сюди. 18. Тут можна палити?


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