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There are a lot of …here mice b) mouse c) mouses Many … like sweets. a) childs b) children c) child I go to school on … a) foots b) feet c) foot They are good … sportsman b) sportsmans c) sportsmen There are a lot of mice here Many children like sweets. I go to school on foot. They are good sportsmen
Many / much There is … milk in the glass. He has … books. I drink … coffee. There are … apples on the plate. much many much many
Few / little There are … girls in the classroom. Is there … butter on the plate? There is … tea in the cup. I see … carrots in the box. few little little few
Am / is / are I … a pupil. a) am b) is c) are He … my friend. a) is b) are c) am We … at school. a) am b) are c) is You … not a doctor. a) am b) is c) are … it your pen? a) am b) are c) is I am a pupil. He is my friend. We are at school. You are not a doctor. Is it your pen?
PRESENT SIMPLE Alice… in London. a) live b) lived c) lives My sister… coffee a) likes b) like c) liking They… a letter to Berlin. a) writing b) writes c) write I … home. a) go b) goes c) going Alice lives in London. My sister likes coffee They write a letter to Berlin. I go home
PRESENT SIMPLE … you like milk? Do you like milk? Where … he live? Where does he live? He (not)… go to school. He doesn’t go to school. We (not)… jump at the lesson. We don’t jump at the lesson.
WAS / WERE It … Sunday yesterday. a) was b) is c) were We …not at school in summer. a) are b)was c) were … your brother in London last week? a) were b) was c) will When … you in the park? a) was b) is c) were It was Sunday yesterday. We were not at school in summer. Was your brother in London last week? When were you in the park?
Make negative sentences They … go to school tomorrow. They won’t go to school tomorrow. Mike … a student. He is a pupil. Mike isn’t a student. He is a pupil. He … in London last summer. He wasn’t in London last summer. We … meet him last week. We didn’t meet him last week.
Make disjunctive questions He is a good student,…? He is a good student, isn’t he? They aren’t in the park, …? They aren’t in the park, are they? We don’t like soup, …? We don’t like soup, do we? Ann lives in Moscow, …? Ann lives in Moscow, doesn’t she?