Mixed exercises ( lesson11-13)

III. Writing.

A. Choose the correct sentence among a, b, c or d which has the same

meaning as the given one.

1. The plants may develop differently. The plants grow on that island.

a. The plants which grow on that island may develop differently.

b. The plants grow on that island may develop differently.

c. The plants which grows on that island may develop differently.

d. The plants which grow that island may develop differently.

2. He talked about nothing except the weather

a. He had nothing to say about the weather.

b. He talked about everything including the weather.

c. He said he had no interest in the weather.

d. His sole topic of conservation was the weather.

3. A train leaves at 8 o’clock every morning

a. There was an 8 o’clock train every morning

b. Every train will leave at 8 o’clock

c. Every morning I see a train leaving

d. There is an 8 o’clock train every morning

 

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Mixed exercises for 11th form (10-13) Rewrite the following sentences Change the relative clauses into participial clauses. The people who are waiting for the bus in the rain are getting wet. I come from a city that is located in the southern part of the country The children who attend that school receive a good education The scientists who are researching the causes of cancer are making progress The fence which surrounds our house is made of wood. They live in a house that was built in 1980 We have an apartment which overlooks the park Do you know the woman who is coming toward us? Combine the two sentences into one, using the relative clause. I like the dress. Trang is wearing it ( I like) The fish was really delicious. We had it for dinner ( The fish) We stayed at a hotel. Peter recommended it ( We stayed) The film was interesting. I watched it on TV last night ( the film) The flat was very old. My family used to live in it ( The flat) The birthday party was too noisy. We went to it ( The birthday party) Who was that boy? You were with him this morning ( Who was) I don’t like the tie. John is wearing it. ( I don’t like) The train was full of passengers and goods. We traveled on it ( The train) The church is 200 years old. Our class visited it. ( The church) Rewrite the following sentences , paying attention to the subject, object or adverbial focus of sentences. The neighbor told them about it My friend came to see me late last night That boy scored the goal for his team The dog grabbed at the piece of meat and ran away The woman answered the man rudely The boy played ping pong the whole afternoon He bought the book from that corner shop He got married when he was 26 I met him on the way to school They often had parties on weekends Sentence rewriting Helping the poor is a great pleasure ( It is) He is tall enough to join the army ( He is so) Can you please show me how to do this? ( Would you) It isn’t safe to stand on that chair ( That chair) It took three hours to travel by train ( It was a) John made so many mistakes when I was trying to sleep, which was very thoughtless ( It was) Choose the best answer. The student…you just met is in one of my classes. a. his parents b. whose parents c. parents of his d. parents who 2. I was happy during the years….I lived with my grandfather a. when b. that c. whose d. what 3. The picnic was postponed, ….was due to the weather. a. which b. that c. whose d. what 4. The rumor …..we heard yesterday is not true a. that b. which c. no word is added d. all are correct 5. Please accept this gift in….of all you’ve done for us. a. behalf b. all c. respect d. appreciation 6. It’s cheaper if you book the tickets …advance a. at b. in c. by d. for 7. Dr Smiths is a person………………… a. in whom I don’t have much confidence b. in that I don’t have much confidence c. whom I don’t have much confidence in him d. I don’t have much confidence 8. I have three brothers, …..are businessmen a. that all of them b. who they all c. all of whom d. who all of them 9. When …to explain his mistake, the new employee cleared his throat nervously a. asking b. asked c. to be asked d. to be asking 10. They didn’t steal anything. They stole….. a. anything b. not anything c. not nothing d. nothing 11. I wrote to the company….them for a catalogue. a. asking b. demanding c. enquiring d. applying 12. I have heard nothing from him since…… a. he had left b. he leaves c. he has left d. he left 13. I find her….- she never stops talking a. exhaustion b. exhaust c. exhausting d. exhausted 14. I’m hungry. Is there any food….? a. to be eaten b. for me eating c. eating d. to eat 15. Can you find any….equipment in this department? a. electric b. electrified c. electrical d. electricity 16. Can you play an….guitar? a. electric b. electrified c. electrical d. all are correct III. Writing. A. Choose the correct sentence among a, b, c or d which has the same meaning as the given one. The plants may develop differently. The plants grow on that island. The plants which grow on that island may develop differently. The plants grow on that island may develop differently. The plants which grows on that island may develop differently. The plants which grow that island may develop differently. 2. He talked about nothing except the weather a. He had nothing to say about the weather. b. He talked about everything including the weather. c. He said he had no interest in the weather. d. His sole topic of conservation was the weather. 3. A train leaves at 8 o’clock every morning a. There was an 8 o’clock train every morning b. Every train will leave at 8 o’clock c. Every morning I see a train leaving d. There is an 8 o’clock train every morning 4. Wherever he goes, his mother goes too. a. His mother follows him whenever he goes. b. He follows his mother’s way c. He always follows his mother’s advice d. His mother shows him the way to go 5. They would rather see the boat race than the cricket match. a. They prefer seeing the boat race than the cricket match b. Seeing the cricket match is not as likeable as the boat race c. They don’t like seeing the cricket match as much as the boat race d. Seeing the boat race is rather matching them 6. Your refusal to attend the party made everyone sad. a. Everyone felt sad when you refused to attend the party b. Your attendance at the party made everyone sad c. Everyone felt sad attending the party d. You made everyone sad about your refusal to throw the party 7. As soon as he arrived at the airport, he called home. a. No sooner had he arrived at the airport than he called home b. he arrived at the airport sooner than he had expected. c. Calling home , he said that he had arrived at the airport. d. He arrived at the airport and called me to take him home B. Identify mistakes 1. 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However, personal fulfillment is the aim. (6) are hobbies for some people are professions for (7) : a game tester may enjoy cooking (8) a hobby, while a professional chef might enjoy playing computer games. (9) speaking, the person who does something (10) fun, not remuneration, is called an amateur or hobbyist, as distinct from a professional 1.a follow b. chase c. run d. pursuit 2.a interest b. interested c. interesting d. interestingly 3.a more b. as c. than d. with 4.a excited b. keen c. engaged d. fond 5.a on b. for c. to d. with 6.a How b. What c. Who d. When 7.a each other b. another c. other d. others 8.a as b. like c. likely d. unlikely 9.a Recently b. lastly c. Carefully d. Generally 10a. in b. for c. with d. on B. Read the text carefully and then choose the correct answers, Tropical forests have supplied us with many sorts of plants for food. medicine and industry. They could probably supply man much more. They also reduce floods and droughts, keep water clean, and slow down the Greenhouse Effect. However, the tropical forests are being destroyed to make rooms for things like farms and fields. Besides that, forest fires are the most terrible destruction. About 20 million hectare? are lost every year - an area that is twice larger than the size of Austria The World Wildlife Fund is working to protect and save the forests that are in danger; to plant new trees for fuel wood and to slow down, the Greenhouse Effect. It encourages governments to think about the forests and their importance when giving international aid. 1. What are the useful things of tropical forests? a. They supply us with many sorts of plants. b. They reduce floods and droughts. c. They keep water clean and slow down the Greenhouse Effect, d. All are correct. 2. The most terrible destruction of tropical forests is ____. a. farms and fields b. fires c. water d. Greenhouse Effect 3. How many hectares of forest arc lost every year? a. an area which is as large as Australia b. an area which is three times larger than Australia c. about 20 million hectares d. It cannot be estimated 4. The World Wildlife Fund is working to ____. a. protect and save the forests that are in danger b. fire forests c. encourage d. all are correct 5. The World Wildlife Fund a. gives no money to protect forests. b. supplies aid to protects forests. c, encourages the governments to cut trees as many as they like. d. Pays no attention to forest.

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