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Rules and obligation




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  3. X. Look at the examples of passive sentences. Choose the best alternatives in italics in rules below.

Choose the correct option:

· use a) have to/don't have to b) must/mustn't to talk about rules.

· use a) have to/don't have to b) must/mustn't to talk about obligations.

· must means it is important/necessary to do something.

· have tomeans it is important/necessary to do something.

  • Mustn't means it is not necessary/not important to do something.
  • Don't have tomeans it is not necessary/not important to do something.
  • Use the verb aftermustwith/without to

Complete the grammar table:

+ - ?
I must have a visa I must ... have a visa ... I ... a visa?
You/We/They ... ... You/We/They ... ... ... ... you/we/they ...?
He /She/It ... ... He /She/It ... ... ... ... he /she/it ...?

 

For example, ...

+ - ?
I have to study hard. I ... have to study hard. ... I have to ...?
You/We/They ... ... You/We/They ... ... ... ... you/we/they ...?
He /She/It ... ... He /She/It ... ... ... ... he /she/it ...?

 

For example, ...

2. Adjective: superlative

Choose the correct option:

Use superlative to comparemore than two things / describe a noun / compare two things.

Complete the rule:

One-syllable adjective + ... , for example, ...

Two- syllable adjective ending with ... or ... + ... , for example, ...

Two and more syllable adjectives - ... + adjective, for example, ...

Irregular adjectives, for example, ...

 


 

Card 11

1. be /do in questions

Choose the correct option:

 

Use the verb a) do b) be in the first place to ask a question about a state or location of the subject, for example...

Use the auxiliary a)be b) do to ask a question about the action of the subject, for example ...

 

 

be + be ? + do/does/did ?
I ... happy today. ... you happy really today? You study English twice a week. ... you study English on your own?
He .... a student. ... he a future banker? She uses her computer to study. ... she take her computer to school?
We ... in the park. ... we in a city park? We worked for a big mobile company three years ago ... we get a good salary there?
She ... in London last week. ... she in London or Oxford?
They ... friends many years ago. ... they friends at school?

2. Should / must



Choose the correct option:

  • Use a) should/shouldn't b) must/mustn't to give and ask for advice.
  • Use a) should/shouldn't b) must/mustn't to give advice.
  • Use a) should/shouldn't b) must/mustn't to give a very strong advice.

 

For example, ...

 


 

Card 12

Pronouns

Complete the table with the proper pronouns

 

Subject pronoun Possessive adjective Object pronoun
I ... ...
... ... you
... his ...
She ... ...
... its ...
... ... us
They ... ...

 

For example, ...

Predictions

 

Choose the correct option:

Use going to / will to predict the future, based on things happening now.

Use going to / will to predict the future.

Use an infinitive with/without to after will.

+ - ?
I'm going to buy a car (I saved enough money).    
You /we /they    
He /She /It    
Yes, ... ...; No, ... ...

For example, ...




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