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Other verbs, adverbs, the article, the noun, the adjective,
the adverbs, the numeral, the pronoun, the preposition, the phrasal verbs

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
love, frown, grab, close, wear, disappear, obtain, enter, touch, felt

  1. John ......... the room with no idea that his brother had been killed.
  2. He had .......... a special permit to carry the documents.
  3. Marry was ......... a blue blouse and a short red skirt.
  4. The smile ......... from John’s mouth.
  5. Tom ......... his heart sink into his stomach and he couldn’t move.
  6. He ......... her eyes.
  7. She ......... John’s arm.
  8. Please don’t ......... your face!
  9. He ......... his eyes.
  10. John ......... at the blinking light and pressed it.

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
glance up, grin, catch, allow, rise, rub, give away, shut up, trust, nodd, argue

  1. Please ......... him. He speaks always the truth.
  2. Laura ......... slowly, still watching him.
  3. He ......... sharply as John stood examining it.
  4. He ......... his eyes.
  5. Did they ever ......... him.
  6. Stop ......... , you two. Come and see the sun rise!
  7. ......... a minute and listen.
  8. Then she ......... . No, she said, I don’t want to know, thanks.
  9. I can trust him not to ......... a secret.
  10. When Marry was ......... to return, the house was much changed.

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
enlarge, hatch, hive, close, invent, pass, hurl, patent, amend, release

  1. Government forced to ......... the 2000 Equal pay act to conform to Parliament directives.
  2. The parish voted to ......... the church..
  3. Time ......... quickly.
  4. Most major films were ......... in Johnson Studio.
  5. The earliest horror was ......... by Hitchcock.
  6. Edinson ......... 35 mm film.
  7. People ......... in a city.
  8. He ......... the javelin.
  9. Act of Government ......... all Hebrew theatres.
  10. The eggs ......... in four weeks.

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
drive, postpone, improve, envelop, admit, tolerate, expect, sweep away, persuade, mix up

  1. They ......... the babies ......... at the hospital.
  2. I was ......... carefully when the accident happened.
  3. Tom ......... that he loves Ann.
  4. Manny people were either ......... by lava or crushed by falling masonry.
  5. Many parrots were ......... by the wind.
  6. You could ......... me only if you gave me solid arguments.
  7. If the weather should ......... , we will go on a trip.
  8. I can’t ......... such treatment.
  9. I ......... more from this course.
  10. We’ll have to ......... the play.

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
kick, get off, send, set, come, watch, drink, graduate, overtake, become

  1. She is always ......... home late.
  2. Grandma is ......... older and older.
  3. The sun ......... in the west.
  4. Tom ......... Paul and he wins the race.
  5. The player ......... the ball and scores.
  6. My mother ......... tea every morning.
  7. The lady paid the driver than she ......... the taxi.
  8. I ......... TV last night.
  9. I ......... a letter to my sister last month.
  10. Tom ......... from the University in 2002.

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
show, wake up, cook, break off, deliver, lie, paint, type, wash, cut

  1. Grandma ......... a cake.
  2. I will ......... the walls tomorrow.
  3. He was ......... the parcels.
  4. People believe that he ......... in front of the jury.
  5. Her mother ......... her ......... 6 o’clock.
  6. Father hasn’t ......... the grass yet.
  7. Is Sue ......... the floor.
  8. Sue will ......... me some pictures tomorrow.
  9. Tom asked his secretary to ......... de letter.
  10. Father ......... our conversation.

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
reveal, assume, doubt, claim, slice, learn, decide, turn on, live, sew

  1. He ......... state secrets to a newspaper.
  2. She has ......... to stop smoking.
  3. We ......... that the house can still be repaired.
  4. I ......... it’ll rain any minute.
  5. She ......... she knew nothing about it.
  6. Who ......... the radio?
  7. Shall I ......... the bread?
  8. We don’t know where she ......... .
  9. I ......... English in University.
  10. Grandma ......... all her own clothes.

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
strangle, spoil, breathe, drop, beat, look at, stole, repair, rent, repudiate

  1. Police believe the victims was ......... .
  2. The milk ......... .
  3. Shall I ......... my skates.
  4. I cannot ......... , John answered.
  5. He ......... the water with his feet.
  6. The children ......... each other.
  7. Somebody has ......... the car.
  8. We can ......... this canoe and go out in it.
  9. We ......... a house at the lake.
  10. He ......... his family.

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
drop down, lay, sock, rob, mean, harm, buy, supply, set, sting

1. They have ........ a beautifull present.2. The fruit ......... from the tree.
3. They ......... the body in the grave.
4. I ....... to go.
5. The crops were not ......... by the store.
6. Cows ............ milk.
7. The sun has just .......... .
8. Dry earth ........... in water.
9. The frost ........... his face.
10. I was ........... and my car was stolen.

Complete the following sentences with the correct verb:
give back, put aside, to fall through, to bring about, to look after, fell back, go about, put on, run across,

1. Grandma’ ............ the children.
2. When are you going to ........... his books .......... ?
3. I .......... Tom last month.
4. He worked hard to ........... some money for the Holiday.
5. I ........ the meeting for tomorrow.
6. .......... your coat ..........., please.
7. The gossip is .......... the whole town.
8. The Americans troops .......... .
9. All my plans .......... last year.
10. Nobody knew what .......... the fire.

THE INDICATIVE

THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
You

speak

do not speak

do I/ you speak?

do I/ you not speak?

He/She/It

speaks

does not speak

does He/ she/ It speak?

does He/ she/ it not speak?

We
You
They

speak

do not speak

do We/ You/ They speak?

do we/ you/ they not speak?

Exercises
I. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb:
1. They ....... (live) in our town.
2. We ........ (go) to church every week.
3. He ....... (shave) every day.
4. He ....... (like) Maths but he ....... (not like) German.

II. Turn the following sentences into the a. interrogative b. negative:
1. We live in a big house.
2. Tom jumps high.
3. You dig vegetables in the garden.
4. It rain in the city.

THE PRESENT CONTINUES TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I

am speaking

am not speaking

am I speaking?

am I not speaking?

You

are speaking

are not speaking

are you speaking

are you not speaking?

He/She/It

is speaking

is not speaking

is he/ she/ it speaking?

is he/ she/ it not speaking?

We
You
They

are speaking

are not speaking

are we/ you/ they speaking?

are we/ you/ they not speaking?

Exercises
I. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb:
. They ....... (live) in our town.
2. We ........ (go) to church every week.
3. He ....... (shave) every day.
4. Tom ....... (write) a letter to his brother.

II. Turn the following sentences into the a. affirmative b. interrogative c. negative:
1. We live in a big house.
2. Tom jumps high.
3. You dig vegetables in the garden.
4. It rain in the city.

THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
You

have spoken

have not spoken

have I/ you spoken?

have I/ you not spoken?

He/She/It

has spoken

has not spoken

has he/ she/ it spoken?

has he/ she/ it not spoken?

We
You
They

have spoken

have not spoken

have we/ you/ they spoken?

have we/ you/ they not spoken?

Exercises
I. Turn the following sentences into the present perfect simple:
1. They ....... (live) in our town.
2. We ........ (go) to church every week.
3. He ....... (shave) every day.
4. Tom ....... (write) a letter to his brother.
5. I ........ (eat) some apples.
6. You ........ (find) many mistakes.

II. Turn the following sentences into the a. affirmative b. interrogative c. negative:
1. We live in a big house.
2. Tom jumps high.
3. You dig vegetables in the garden.
4. It rain in the city.
5. I come in time.
6. You tell me a secret.

THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
You

have been speaking

have been not speaking

have been I/you speaking?

have been I not speaking?

He/She/It

has been speaking

has been not speaking

has been he/ she/ it speaking?

has been he/ she/ it not speaking?

We
You
They

have been speaking

have been not speaking

have been we/ you/ they speakings?

have been we/ you/ they not speaking?

I. Put the verb in brakets in the present perfect continues a. affirmative b. interrogative c. negative:
1. Edgar (to live) here since 1990.
2. The dog (to lie) under the table for two hours.
3. You (to watch) TV since you came.
4. We (to talk) about her speech for an hour.
5. The boys (to study) Mats for five hours.
6. I (to phone) the doctor for the last twenty minutes.s
7. Mother (to water) the flowers for half an hour.

THE SIMPLE PAST TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
You
He/She/It

spoke

did not speak

did I/ you/ he/ she/ it speak?

did I/ you/ he/ she/ it not speak?

We
You
They

spoke

did not spoke

did we/ you/ they speak?

did we/ you/ they not speak?

Exercises
I. Change the following senteces into the Simple Past:
1. I feel sad.
2. I understand what you say.
3. The plane leaves at eleven.
4. Tom drives better than I do.
5. I trow the garbage.
6. Do you take the books?
7. I wake up a seven a clock.

THE PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

was speaking

was not speaking

was I/ he/ she/ it speaking?

did I/ you/ he/ she/ it not speak?

We
You
They

were speaking

were not speaking

were we/ you/ they speaking?

were we/ you/ they not speaking?

Exercices
I. Turn the following sentences into the Past Tense Continuous:
1. I am reading a book now.
2. Mother is washing now.
3. We are making a snowman.

II. Turn the following sentences into the a. interrogative b. negative:
1. Mary was singing.
2. The man was reading.
3. She was shopping then.

THE PAST PERFECT SIMPLE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

had spoken

had not spoken

had I/ he/ she/ it spoken?

had I/ you/ he/ she/ it not spoken?

We
You
They

had spoken

had not spoken

had we/ you/ they spoken?

had we/ you/ they not spoken?

Exercices
I. Turn the following sentences into the Past Perfect Simple:
1. You forget your glases.
2. I see the thief.
3. Ann closes the window.
4. You help the old man.

II. Work on the model:
1. I had lost my camera (watch).I hadn’t lost my watch.
2. I had seen the accident (the flood).

THE PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

had been speaking

had been not speaking

had been I/ he/ she/ it speakings?

had been I/ you/ he/ she/ it not speaking?

We
You
They

had been speaking

had been not speaking

had been we/ you/ they speaking?

had been we/ you/ they not speaking?

Exercices
I. Turn the following sentences into the Past Perfect Continuous:
1. The plane is flying in the sky.
2. We are telling stories.
3. I’m swepping the floor.
4. You are coming down again.
5. The rabbit is running from the dog for hours.

II. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb:
1. The children were still swimming a three o’clock yestarday. They ....... all day.
2. The wind was blowing in the morning. It ........ all night.
3. I was very tired. I ......... all day long.
4. Mike was studying for his exams in July. He ........... all year as a matter of fact.
5. Grandmother was ironing our clothes yestarday afternoon. She ......... all day.
6. The Students were reading for exam yestarday afternoon. They ......... all day.

III. Use the verb in brackets in Past Perfect Continuous:
1. Your friend (to wait) for two hours when you come home.
2. When the summer holiday began it (to rain) for a week.
3. She looked as if she (to work) for ten hours.
4. I wondered what he (to do) all the time.
5. The dogs was all wet. He ......... (run) for miles.

THE SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

shall/ will speak

shall/ will not speak

shall/ will I/ he/ she/ it speak?

shall/ will I/ you/ he/ she/ it not speak?

We
You
They

shall / will speak

shall/ will not speak

shall/ will we/ you/ they speak?

shall/ will we/ you/ they not speak?

Exercises
I. Fill in the blanks with shall/ will:
1. He ........... play tennis tomorrow.
2. We ............ talk to them on monday.
3. Were ........ go on saturday night.
4. Marry .......... go to the market tomorrow.
5. Those girls ......... gossip tomorrow morning.
6. She .......... study Maths next month.

II. Turn the sentences above into the a. interrogative b. negative.

III. Replace the Simple Future by the going to construction:
1. I’ll speak English. I’m going to speak English.
2. We leave this afternoon ......... .
3. The plane will fly tomorrow.
4. I will sweep the floor.
5. We will travel to Paris.

THE FUTURE CONTINUOUS

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

shall/ will be speaking

shall/ will not be speaking

shall/ will I/ he/ she/ it be speaking?

shall/ will I/ you/ he/ she/ it not be speaking?

We
You
They

shall / will be speaking

shall/ will not be speaking

shall/ will we/ you/ they speak?

shall/ will we/ you/ they not be speaking?

Exercises
I. Use the verbs in brackets in the Future Continuous:
1. This time next month we (to travel) to Berlin.
2. When we go to the Zoo, they (to feed) the animals.
3. This time tomorrow I (to watch) TV.
4. At seven o’clock they (to listen) to music.
5. If you come before seven, we (to work) in the garden.
6. Don’t call him up now. He (to take) his afternoon nep.

THE FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

shall/ will have spoken

shall/ will not have spoken

shall/ will I/ he/ she/ it have spoken?

shall/ will I/ you/ he/ she/ it not have spoken?

We
You
They

shall / will have spoken

shall/ will not have spoken

shall/ will we/ you/ they have spoken?

shall/ will we/ you/ they not have spoken?

Exercises
I. Use the verb in brackets in the Future Perfect Simple:
1. By the end of November the flowers (to die).
2. When you arrive there, she (to leave).
3. The cook (to prepare) the dinner before the guest arrive.
4. When you (to get) to the office, the post will have already arrived.
5. By the time the election, the candidates (to spend) a lot of money.
6. By the time the election, the candidates (to talk) on television.
7. By the year 2100, men (to travel) to other planets.
8. By the year 2050, we (to use) all the oil.

THE FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

shall/ will have been speaking

shall/ will not have been speaking

shall/ will I/ he/ she/ it have been speaking?

shall/ will I/ you/ he/ she/ it not have been speaking?

We
You
They

shall / will have been speaking

shall/ will not have been speaking

shall/ will we/ you/ they have been speaking?

shall/ will we/ you/ they not have been speaking?

Exercises
I. Use the verbs in brackets in the Future Perfect Continuous:
1. By next year we (to live) here for six years.
2. They (to correspond) for exactly ten years by December 24th
3. At four o’clock my sister (to sleep) for six hours.
4. You (to study) German for six years when you graduate from this school.
5. How long (to work) in this office when you retire?
6. We (to listen) to music for two hours when mother opens the door.

THE FUTURE IN THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

should/ would speak

should/ would not speak

should/ would I/ he/ she/ it speak?

should/ would I/ you/ he/ she/ it speak?

We
You
They

should/ would speak

should/ would not speak

should/ would we/ you/ they speak?

should/ would we/ you/ they not speak?

Exercises
I. Use the verbs in the brackets in the Future in the Past Simple:
1. The student promised he (to come) to school on time.
2. I don’t know that you (to leave) as soon.
3. We assured them that we (to help) Jonhnson’s.
4. The doctor said he (to visit) them soon.
5. I (to take) that job if they offered to me.
6. He (to light) his pipe and smile at us.
7. Meanwhile Marry (to bring) us some ginger bread and butter.

THE FUTURE IN THE PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

should/ would be speaking

should/ would not be speaking

should/ would I/ he/ she/ it be speaking?

should/ would I/ you/ he/ she/ it be speaking?

We
You
They

should/ would be speaking

should/ would not be speaking

should/ would we/ you/ they be speaking?

should/ would we/ you/ they not be speaking?

Exercises
I. Use the verbs in the brackets in the Future in the Past Continuous:
1. Jane remined us that at time she (to fly) to Berlin.
2. I was sure that my brother (to sleep) at that time.
3. She didn’t believe that they (to learn) the lesson then.
4 . We understood that he (to play) the piano at six o’clock.
5. If we won that price we (to leave) in Bahamas very soon.
6. He hoped the baby (to sleep) when he returned.

MODAL AUXILIARY VERBS

advice: We should advice leave in ten minutes.
possibility: There may be a storm tonight.
indicate ability: John can draw well.
give permision: You may enter in the fabric.
past habit: When we lived in Florida, we would often go to the beach.

SEMIMODAL AUXILIARY VERBS

indicate ability: He is able to speak three different languages.
give advice: You ought to finish the work.
express certainly: You are going to complete the project tonight.
indicate obligation: You have  to attend to meeting.
past habit: We used to play basket together.

MODAL VERBS

SHALL / WILL

I. Work on the model:
Model – This book is cheap. (to buy it)
Shall / will   I / we buy it.
1. The radio is to loud. (to turn it down)
2. The window is open. (to shut it)
3. It is dark in here. (to turn the light on)
4. We have found a mistake. (to correct it)
5. The door of our garden is shut. (to open it)

I. Work on the model:
Model – This book is cheap. (to buy it)
Shall / will   I / we buy it.
1. The radio is to loud. (to turn it down)
2. The window is open. (to shut it)
3. It is dark in here. (to turn the light on)
4. We have found a mistake. (to correct it)
5. The door of our garden is shut. (to open it)

CAN / COULD

I. Work on the model:
Model – Jane can’t ride a bike, but she ........ it years ago.
 Jane can’t ride a bike, but she could it years ago.
1. I can’t speak German now, but I ........ speak it when I was four years old.
2. Gramma can’t dance now, but she ........ dance very well when she was younger.
3. I can’t help you nw, but I ........ help you yestarday.
4. I can’t climb very well, but I ........ climb when I was forty years old.
5. She can’t run fast now, but she ........ when she was pupil.

II. Fill the blanks with can / be able to:
1. Tom ....... play the piano well.
2. Although we are tired, we ....... do it.
3. I am sure that you ........ find an answer.
4. She is busy. However, she ......... explain to us how to resolve the exercises.
5. I have been working for him for two hours, but I ......... not finish.
6. I ........ try to do the best.

III. Turn the following sentence into the future:
1. Alice can draw well.
2. We can speak German.
3. Tom can understand him.
4. I can’t count in English.
5. I can invite you in the town.
6. I can ride the bike.

IV. Circle the correct answers:
1. Nobody (will ever know / will be knowing / is ever knowing).
2. She (has made / was made / will make) good wife.
3. Look out! That wall (will collapse / is going to collapse / is collapsing).
4. They said, they (would be leaving / will leave / are leaving) soon.
5. My father (retires / is retiring / will be retiring) soon.
6. She (will have / have / would have) an interview an Friday. 

MODAL VERBS

MAY / MIGHT

I. Repharase the following sentences using may + Present Infinitive to express posibility:
1. Maybe the Johnson’s are at office.
2. Perhaps the girls will not hear us.
3. Maybe you remember his adress.
4. Perhaps my brother will travel by train.
5. Maybe be doesn’t drink milk in the evening.
6. Maybe he is not ill.

II. Use may / might + Continuous Infinitive to express present possibility:
My father (to sleep) now.
a) My father may be sleeping now.
b) My father might be sleeping now.
1. The dog (to bark) now.
2. The boys (to watch) a movie.
3. The teacher (to advice) his student.
4. My mother (to sell) grapes.
5. The girl (to play) basket now.
6. My father (to drink) some wine now.

III. Expressed past possibility by using may / might + Perfect Infinitive:
1. Do you know if Susan passed that exam?
I’m not sure, she may have passed it.
2. Do you know if the kids feel asleep. ?
3. Do you know if Tom bought a new house?
4. Do you know if the friends saw the movies?
5. Do you know if it snowed in the mountains?

MUST

I. Work on the model:
Model – Can’t they come later?
No, they must come now.
1. Can’t John finish his work later?
2. Can’t your brother go outside after dinner?
3. Can’t he shut the window later on?
4. Can’t they postpone the meeting?
5. Can’t they help him tomorrow?
6. Can’t Marry wash the dishes later?

II. Turn the following sentences into the past:
Model – Mother must give the girl some water.
Mother had to give the girl some water.
1. He must tell us the truth.
2. You must wake your girlfriend at seven o’clock.
3. You must win the race.
4. She must brush her teeth every morning.
5. She must hurry in the school.
6. She must obey her husband.
7. She must pick some flowers.
8. We must attend to the church every Sunday.

III. Turn the following sentences into the future:
Model – They must go to the church.
I will have to go there.
1. I must hurry in the morning.
2.  I must go to the market.
3. We must listen to the priest.
4. The cat must not enter the house.
5. I must take this medicine.
6. I must obtain this job.
7. We must help our friends.

IV. Fill the blanks with must, or have to:
1. The students ......... wear uniforms.
2. You ......... finish the job, if do you need money.
3. I can’t play tennis. I ........ go shopping.
4. This boy ......... earn his living since he was seventeen.
5. As the manager was ill we ......... postpone our meeting.
6. I couldn’t come here yestarday, because he .......... finish my project.
7. If do you want to pass the exam, you ......... have to learn the whole book.

V. Express past probability by using must + have + Past Participle according to the model:
Model – John is very tired (to work hard).
He must have worked hard.
1. Peter didn’t bring me the map. (to forget it)
2. Jack didn’t smoke more. (to give up)
3. I didn’t find my card. (to lost it)
4. Peter didn’t buy that car. (to be too expensive)
5. Ann didn’t find a solution. (to be dificult)
6. Johnny didn’t learn the poem. (to busy)

NEED

I. Fill the blanks with must or need according to the meaning:
1. .......... we buy potatoes today?
2. When .......... the show begin?
3. Where ........... she wait for us?
4. .......... they leave earlier than usual?
5. .......... they answer in German?
6. .......... I take the umbrella?

II. Work on the model (use needn’t have + Past Participle):
Model – I don’t know why you say that.
You needn’t have said that.
1. I don’t know why she made such a mistake.
2. I don’t know why you are so late.
3. I don’t know why you travel by train.
4. I don’t know why she spend so much money.
5. I don’t know why Jim ate all apples.

III. Filling the blanks with musn’t or needn’t:
1. People ........ walk on the grass.
2. We ........ drink so much.
3. We ........ talk in a library.
4. We ........ feed animals in a Zoo.
5. Children .......... run in the street.
6. We ......... get up so early. Today is Sunday.
7. Think it over. You ......... decide right now.

SHOULD

I. Relate the following sentences to the Past according to the model:
Model – Jim should do that at once.
Jim should have done that at once.
1. Jane should be punctual.
2. They should read the text carefully.
3. She should win the race.
4. They should go to bed at seven o’clock.
5. He should work hard.
6. We should play the violin.

OUGHT TO

I. Turn the sentences into the interrogative, negative:
1. They ought to arrive at noune.
2. You ought to ask for his advice.
3. He ought to take a taxi.
4. Jim ought to demand Jane for help.
5. Tom ought to lock the front door.
6. I ought to try to find a better job.
7. I ought to send her a lot of money.
8. Jim ought to persuade Tom to give up smoking.

WOULD

I. Replace want in the following sentences by would like to:
1. I want to buy a new car.
2. You want to find him there.
3. I want to write a novel.
4. You want to go to the seaside.
5. I want to see the film.
6. Marry want to buy some chesse.
7. We want to rent the house.

II. Replace the past subjonctive used after the verb wish by would + Present Infinitive:
Mode – I wish he were not so lazy.
I wish he would not be so lazy.
1. I wish you helped her.
2. I wish you understood her.
3. They wish I were not so busy.
4. I wish he known the truth.
5. I wish he have learned German.

USED TO

I. Replace the verb in the past simple by the used to construction:
Model – There was once a pub here.
There used to be a pub here.
1. In those years Einstein lived in this house.
2. Our house was formerly a kindergarden.
3. Were they lived they had seen often the wild bears.
4. There was once a church near the market.
5. Our town was the capital of the country.
 
DARE

I. Work on the model:
Model – Bob / to take / my car.
Bob how you dare to take my car?
1. Girls / to pick / roses in the park.
2. Boys / to come / into my garden.
3. Lucy / to say / such a thing.
4. Alice / to ask / her such question.
5. Ann / to eat / your sister cake.
6. Ann / to come / home so late.

II. Choose the right modal verb and complete the blanks:
1. Mother say that we (shall / ought to / will) ........ show more respect.
2. (Shall / could / would) ........ I speak to Mr. Smith, please?
3. I don’t work tommorow (I mustn’t / can’t / needn’t) ......... get up early.
4. What (shall / must / may) I .......... buy him for his birthday.
5. I ........ (mustn’t / can’t / may not) play soccer very well.

III. Rewrite the sentences using the modal verbs in brackets:
1. Let’s go to a concert tonight. (shall)
2. Please open the door. (will)
3. Please help me to translate this book. (could you)
4. Am I allowed to wait here. (may)
5. The trousers don’t have to be ironed. (need)
6. I wish I had checked in this piece of luggage. (ought)

IV. Circle the correct answer:
1. Each of you (may / might / need) take a book.
2. (may / can / would) I borrow your bike?
3. My little son (can / will / might) be very naughty sometimes.
4. (can’t / shan’t / shouldn’t) you see the lights?
5. You (must / should / ought to) be joking.
6. You really (may / might / ought to) help me!
7.  How (could / should / would) you be so silly?
8. He (ought to / should / would) do it, if he could.
9. I wish you (should / will / would) leave me alone.
10. I wonder what that (could have / should have / would have) meant.
11. Candidates (are to / have / need) to answer to all questions.
12. He (might / needs / will) as much food as he can eat.
13. What they (have / must / need) is punishing for their deeds.

THE CONDITIONAL

Type I.
1. Use the verbs in the brackets in the correct form:
a) She will catch the train if she (to hurry).
b) We (to go) for a walk if the wheather is fine.
c) If you (to read) this book you will like it.
d) If I (to have) time I will visit Rome.
e) If she (to work) hard she will pass the exam.
f) If we (to find) the place we will call you.

Type II.
1. Use the verbs in the brackets in the correct form:
a) If I (to be) you I would go there at once.
b) If you knew the truth, you (to not be so happy).
c) Mother (to help) you if you asked her.
d) What (to happen) if you pressed that button.
e) If I (to be) the director I would changed the policy.
f) If he (to have) more time he would go to the game with us.

Type III.
1. Use the verbs in the brackets in the correct form:
a) If mother had been at home, she (to answer) the phone.
b) If I had been the manager I (to hire) John.
c) If they had repaired the car yestarday we (to leave) today.
d) If you had revised your paper, your main points (to be) clearer.
e) If I had studied harder I (to pass) the exam.

THE IMPERATIVE

I. Work on the model: to speak / German / Spanish
Model – Speak German!
Don’t speak Spanish!
1. to tell us / a joke / a story
2. to buy / a Fiat / a Renault
3. to buy / this bag / that roses
4. to go / to the cinema / to the theatre
5. to read / the novel / the poem
6. to help / your mother / your sister

THE PASSIVE VOICE

I. Fill the blanks with am, are, is, to make up passive constructions:
1. You ......... seen by the dog.
2. We ........ helped by our friends./
3. I ........ greeted by the boy.
4. He ........ invited to the party.
5. They ........ taught a new lesson.
 
II. Fill the blanks with was, were, to make up passive constructions:
1. I ....... allowed to visit him.
2. You ........ advised to leave.
3. We ........ praised by the boss.
4. The cat ......... fed by the girl.
5. I ......... recognized by on of the friends.

III. Circle the right answers;
1. She (frightens / is frightned / has frighten) by dogs.
2. German (is speaking / is spoken / has spoken) here.
3. This Opera (has been composed / was being composed / was composed) by Wagner.
4. All the apples (are eaten / were eaten / have been eaten) by the children.
5. Succes (must work / has to work for / must be worked for).
6. This car (cannot repair / cannot be repaired / can’t repair) again.
7. The snow (is melted / has melted / was melted) in the sun.
8. I (have never been sent / never sent / never send) anywhere so fare.

THE INFINITIVE

I. Fill in the blanks with the short or long Infinitives of the verbs in brackets:
1. I wanted ....... home soon. (to go)
2. It is better ....... sure than sorry. (to be)
3. Could you ....... this problem to me? (to explain)
4. Would you like ........ with us? (to come)
5. I refused ......... this question. (to answer)
6. How dare she ....... such nonsense? (to talk)
7. What do you advise me ....... for the dinner party? (to prepare)
8. Eva intendes ........ a course on computers? (to attend)
9. She was afraid ....... in the dark. (to sleep)
10. I saw the children ........ their meal in the garden. (to have)
11. I didn’t notice anyone ........ into the restaurant. (to go)
12. I’ve never heard him ........ business with his wife. (to talk)
13. He agreed ........ the rent in advance. (to pay)
14. I’m afraid I forgot ....... the light in the kitchen.(to turn off)

THE GERUND

I. Use the verbs in brackets in the Gerund:
1. We delay (to go) to the seaside.
2. She regretted (to do) this mistake.
3. She avoided (to mention) his name.
4. The girls began (to sing).
5. You suggest (to play) chess.
6. I posponed (to meet) him.
7. I admitted (to be) guilty.

II. Replace the Infinitive by the Gerund according to the model:
Model – It is nice to learn German.
Learning German is nice.
1. It is useful to work hard.
2. It is cool to climb those rocks.
3. It is exciting to ride a bike.
4. It is nice to see the pyramids.
5. It is tiring to work all the day.
6. It is a great pleasure to drink red wine.
7. It is nice to swim in the ocean.
8. It is a big mistake to smoke.

III. Put in the Infinitive, Gerund or –ing form:
1. Eva wants (become) a lawyer.
2. I have avoided (drink) milk.
3. I plan (work) full-time next year.
4. I’m sorry for (keep) you waitting.
5. It’s no use (talk) to her. She won’t listen.
6. The police ordered the protestors (leave).
7. Why don’t you tell him to stop (argue)?
8. Why don’t you let her (do) what she wants?
9. I keep (try) his number but he doesn’t answer.
10. She saw Jane (look up) the time of buses.
11. She should avoid (work) hard.
12. The child pretended (faint).
13. Everyone offered (help) us.
14.  He began by (ask) questions.
15. I remember (give) you the money.

Exercises:
I. Choose the right verb:
1. John began to (rise / raise) his voice in Parliament.
2. Herman (founded / found) Bonn.
3. She let her embroidery (lie / lay) where it fell.
4. She was been grievously (wound / wounded) by her words.
5. The purse (felled / fell) from her hands and shattered to the ground.

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