em 01 de Maio de 2015
1) Put the sentences into negative and interrogative form.
A) Stephanie is a great teacher
c) Paul and antonny are studying
2) Fill in the blanks with the right subject / personal pronouns (I, you, he, she, it, we, they):
- Angelina Joli is American. isn't French.
- Brad Pitt is American, too. isn't German.
- Brad and Angelina aren't French. are American.
- My friend and I are high school students. aren't primary school students.
3) Fill in the blanks with the right form of to be ( am, are or is):
- you the new student?
- Yes, I .
- Leila and Nancy students.
- Nancy Australian .
- My sister and I students.
- The girls tired.
- These women beautiful.
- The tea delicious.
4) Choose the correct answer (negative or affirmative form of to be):
- Is Julia Robert French? No, she French.
- What about Robert de Nero? Is he an American actor? Yes, he .
- Are New York and Los Angeles Spanish Cities? No, they Spanish cities.
- Is Big Ben in Paris? No, it in Paris.
5) What – When – Where – Why – Who – How
Put the correct alternative:
a) are my keys ?
b) is the problem ?
c) is your favourite singer?
d) Is your birthday?
e) Old are you ? I’m ten years old.
f) Is your telephone number?
g) Are you from ?
h) Is your best friend ?
1) Put the words in brackets into the gaps. Mind the positive or the negative forms:
a) upstairs. (to go)
b) in this lake. (not/to swim)
c) your homework. (to do)
d) football in the yard. (not/to play)
2) Complete with “there was” or “there were” and write the sentences in negative and interrogative form:
a) A new student in your class last week.
b) Students in the library at 3 o’clock yesterday.
3) Give two sentences with an object that there is in the first picture and two sentences with two objects that change in the second picture.
4- Use how much or how many to complete the sentences and answer the question:
- stars are there in the sky? (5 stars)
- people live on islands? (Some people)
- birds are there? ( 10 birds)
- water is in the ocean? ( some water)
5- Complete with a few or a little:
- We had snow last winter.
- There are mushrooms in my mushroom soup