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Занятия английским языком для детей 6 класс 1

Треннировочные упражнения по основным грамматическим темам: Степени сравнения прилагательных,артикли,специальные вопросы,видовременные формы глаголов.

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Степени сравнения прилаг-х

Complete the sentences using the comparative form of the underlined adjective.

1. It's a nice day today, but yesterday was..

2. He isn't interested in studying. He's. in having a good time.

3. Ralph Schumacher is famous, but his brother Michael is..

4. I'm quite good at tennis, but my friend Tim is..

5. The weather is bad today, but it was much. yesterday.

6. Our house isn't big enough any more. We really need a. one.

7. The last exercise was easy, but this one is..

Open the brackets and put the adjectives into the comparative or superlative form.

1. He is (young) than his brother.

2. August is (sunny) than November.

3. The 22 nd of June is (long) day of the year.

4. October is (rainy) month in our place.

5. Today is (happy) day in my life.

6. This is (bright) lamp in our flat.

Open the brackets and put the adjectives into the comparative or superlative form.

1. My father is (tall) than my mother.

2. He is (tall) of all the pupils in the class.

3. In June the sun is (bright) than in May.

4. My sister likes (bright) colours when she draws.

5. The snow is (clean) in the yard than in the street.

6. Our street is (clean) street in the town.

Open the brackets and put the adjectives into the comparative or superlative form.

1. January is (cold) than March. 2. July is (hot) month of the year. 3. May is (cool) than June. 4. (Dark) forest is near our village. 5. (Fine) weather in this part of the country is in September. 6. The Black Sea is (large) than the White Sea. 7. (High) building in our town is in the centre.

Open the brackets and put the adjectives into the comparative or superlative form.

1. This book is (good) than that one.

2. Igor is (good) pupil in the class.

3. Your work is (bad) than his.

4. March is (bad) month of the year in this place.

Open the brackets and put the adjectives into the comparative or superlative form.

1. The theatre is (modern) building in the town.

2. This is (difficult) exercise in this lesson.

3. (Wonderful) book in my library is a birthday present from my parents.

4. This place is (beautiful) that the place near the forest.

5. This is (interesting) film of the week.

Open the brackets and put the adjectives into the comparative or superlative form.

1. This exercise is (difficult) than the next exercise. 2. Ivanov is (good) pupil in our class. 3. Literature is (interesting) subject for me. 4. Are there (many) than 20 pupils in your class?

Open the brackets and put the adjectives into the correct form.

1. This hat is (good) we have in the shop. 2. I have not got so (many) pen friends as she has got. 3. I want a suit (modern) than this one. 4. The weather in October was as (sunny) as in September. 5. They were as (happy) as we were.

Complete the sentences using the superlative form of the adjective.

1. Prague is (beautiful) city in Europe.

2. I'm (young) of my brothers and sisters.

3. That is (bad) film in the competition.

4. That was (good) meal we ate in Spain.

5. This is (popular) bar in the city.

6. He's (friendly) person I know.

7. Seville is (hot) place I know.

Look at the example and write similar sentences using than and not as. as..

Example : London/Paris big

London is bigger than Paris. Paris is not as big as London.

1. football/rugby popular

2. today/yesterday sunny

3. fruit/chocolate good for you

4. this book/that book interesting

5. my house/your house far from school

Write sentences that are true for you. For example, My new mobile is better than my old one. My new mobile is not as good as my old one.

1. I/my parents tall

2. my new computer/my old one powerfull

3. today/yesterday nice

4. my English/my Spanish good

Look at the example and write the sentences using the superlative form of the adjective.

Example : old/person I know is

The oldest person I know is my grandfather.

1. young/person I know is

2. famous/pop group from my country is

3. good/football team in my country is

4. rich/person in my country is

5. interesting/ place I've been to is

Give the correct form of the words in brackets. Use than where necessary.

1. It's. (unusual) film I have ever seen.

2. Mr Jones is. (good) teacher. Mr Brown.

3. She is. (lazy) student in the class.

4. He is. (old) in the family.

5. This is. (good) book I have ever read.

Give the correct form of the words in brackets. Use than where necessary.

1. The weather today is. (bad). it was yesterday.

2. You've chosen. (expensive) dress in the shop.

3. This test is difficult, but that one was. (difficult).

4. Today she looks. (good). yesterday.

5. Their new record is much. (bad). the previous one.

Complete the sentences. Use a comparative or a superlative.

1. Sue’s car isn’t very big ( comparative ). She wants a … car.

2. This house isn’t very modern ( comparative ). I prefer … houses.

3. This building is very old ( superlative ). It’s … building in the town.

4. It’s a very good ( superlative ) film. It’s … film I ever seen.

Complete the sentences with a bit or much.

1. Jill is 25. Kate is 24. Jill is … (old) than Kate.

2. Jack’s mother is 54. His father is 68. Jack’s mother is … (young) than his father.

3. Yesterday I felt terrible. Today I fill okay. I feel … (good) than yesterday.

1. Sue’s car isn’t very big. (comparative)

She wants a ________ car.

2. This house isn’t very modern. (comparative)

I prefer ________ houses.

3. This building is very old. (superlative)

It’s ________ building in the town.

4. It’s a very good film. (superlative)

It’s ________ film I’ve ever see.

Fill in the where necessary.

My friend wants to travel to. United States and. South America. She really wants to go to. Amazon. I would rather go to. China because I want to see. Great Wall.

Fill in the where necessary.

. capital city of. Republic of Ireland is. Dublin.. Dublin lies on. River Liffey not far from. Irish Sea.

Fill in the where necessary.

. Titanic was a huge ship which sank on its maiden voyage across. Atlantic in. Aptil in. 1912.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Have you ever visited. United States?

2.. capital of. Portugal is. Lisbon.

3.. Queen Elizabeth lives in. Buckingham Palace.

4. I would love to go to. India to see. Taj Mahal.

5.. Great Pyramid is in. Egypt.

Fill in the where necessary.

1.. Eiffel Tower was designed by. Gustav Eiffel.

2.. Arc de Triomphe is made of. marble.

3.. Statue of Liberty was opened in. 1886.

4. We went to. Tower of. London while we were in. England.

5.. Queen Mary was a ship which took. people across. Atlantic to. America.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Do you know where. Rocky Mountains are?

2. I haven't travelled to. Asia, but I've been to most countries in. Europe.

3. Did you go to. Louvre when you visited. Paris?

4. He always stays at. Hilton Hotel when he visits. Athens.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Which. capital cities have you visisted?

2. I love. animals, but I haven't got any pets.

3.. photos she showed me were from. Canada.

4. A:. Edinburgh is. my favourite city.

B: It's. capital city of. Scotland, isn't it?

Fill in the where necessary.

Hamelin is a city in. Germany. It is on. River Weser and used to be a market centre. A famous story about a ratcatcher called. Pied Piper of Hamelin is linked to this city. The legend tells. story of a ratcatcher who was not paid for catching. rats in. city, so he led. children away by playing a magic pipe. The children followed. music from. pipe and were never seen again. There are many. beautiful old buidings in Hamelin. One is called. "Ratcatcher's House".

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Have you ever visited. United States?

2.. capital of. Portugal is. Lisbon.

3.. Queen Elizabeth lives in. Buckingham Palace.

4. I would love to go to. India to see. Taj Mahal.

5.. Great Pyramid is in. Egypt.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Have you ever visited. United States?

2.. capital of. Portugal is. Lisbon.

3.. Queen Elizabeth lives in. Buckingham Palace.

4. I would love to go to. India to see. Taj Mahal.

5.. Great Pyramid is in. Egypt.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Have you ever visited. United States?

2.. capital of. Portugal is. Lisbon.

3.. Queen Elizabeth lives in. Buckingham Palace.

4. I would love to go to. India to see. Taj Mahal.

5.. Great Pyramid is in. Egypt.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Have you ever visited. United States?

2.. capital of. Portugal is. Lisbon.

3.. Queen Elizabeth lives in. Buckingham Palace.

4. I would love to go to. India to see. Taj Mahal.

5.. Great Pyramid is in. Egypt.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Have you ever visited. United States?

2.. capital of. Portugal is. Lisbon.

3.. Queen Elizabeth lives in. Buckingham Palace.

4. I would love to go to. India to see. Taj Mahal.

5.. Great Pyramid is in. Egypt.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Have you ever visited. United States?

2.. capital of. Portugal is. Lisbon.

3.. Queen Elizabeth lives in. Buckingham Palace.

4. I would love to go to. India to see. Taj Mahal.

5.. Great Pyramid is in. Egypt.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Have you ever visited. United States?

2.. capital of. Portugal is. Lisbon.

3.. Queen Elizabeth lives in. Buckingham Palace.

4. I would love to go to. India to see. Taj Mahal.

5.. Great Pyramid is in. Egypt.

Fill in the where necessary.

1. Have you ever visited. United States?

2.. capital of. Portugal is. Lisbon.

3.. Queen Elizabeth lives in. Buckingham Palace.

4. I would love to go to. India to see. Taj Mahal.

5.. Great Pyramid is in. Egypt.

Put questions to these answers.

1. Mary Quant designed her own school uniform at thirteen.

2. She wore short dresses and long socks.

3. Her own shop was called “Bazaar”.

Put questions to these answers.

1. Mary Quant was born in 1934.

2. Yes, they did. Everyone loved her mini-skirts and coloured tights.

Put questions to the sentences. Begin with the words given in brackets.

1. The children are sleeping. (What)

2. My friend is standing at the trolley-bus stop. (Where)

3. The parents and children are decorating the New Year tree. (What)

4. The old man is looking after the small children playing in the square. (Who)

Put questions to the sentences. Begin with the words given in brackets.

1. She helps her mother to clean the room. (What)

2. She lives in a village not far from the Volga. (Where)

3. The children like to listen to their father's stories. (Whose)

4. On Sundays the family go for walks in the forest. (When)

5. The teacher calls pupils to the blackboard to answer her questions. (Who)

Put questions to the sentences. Begin with the words given in brackets.

1. The family spent their holidays in the village. (Where)

2. The boy was seven years old. (How old)

3. Their uncle showed them the house where they lived. (What)

4. On the first of September all the pupils came to school early in the morning. (When)

5. The son gave his mother flowers on her birthday. (Who)

Put questions to the sentences. Begin with the words given in brackets.

1. The children have to spend an hour or two in the forest. (How long)

2. They had to stay at school after their lessons. (Why)

3. They will have to stay in the town for a month or so. (Where)

4. She had to clean her room and wash the floor before she began her work. (What)

Put questions to the sentences. Begin with the words given in brackets.

1. We had five lessons yesterday. (How many)

2. He has to go to the doctor. (Where)

3. She had to read the text three times. (How many)

4. They have had a Geography lesson today. (What lesson)

5. We had to have dinner at home. (Where)

Put questions to the sentences. Begin with the words given in brackets.

1. They have lived in Moscow. (Where)

2. She has drunk some milk. (What)

3. He has come to see me. (Who)

4. We have read an interesting article. (What)

. He gets up at 7.30. (… time/he ?)

2. I wash my hair twice a week. (… often/you ?)

3. I am 11. (… old/you ?)

4. He lives in London. (… where/he ?)

Put special questions to the underlined words.

1. They are playing in the garden. (Where?)

2. He’s cooking the dinner. (What?)

3. They are going to the river. (Who?)

4. He is wearing a coat. (What?)

What were the questions to the following answer?

1. – _______ is / was he?

– A famous British writer.

2. – _______ is he?

3. – _______ is he?

4. – _______ is it?

– Oliver Twist, my favourite book.

5. – _______ is it?

– “Young Telegraph”, a British newspaper for children.

6. – _______ are the best paid jobs in Britain?

– Doctors and lawyers.

7. – _______ wrote books for children?

– James Barrie, Roald Dahl and a lot of other writers.

8. – _______ invented television?

– John Logie Baird, a Scottish engineer.

9. – _______ is Harrods?

– The largest department store in London.

Ask questions to show your interest.

1. I had to cook food yesterday. Why _______?

2. He will have to write this letter. When _______?

3. They have to work a few-days a week. How often _______?

4. She had to go away. Where _______?

5. We have to do a text. Do (really) _______?

6. My brother has to drive a car. What _______?

Make questions with Who and What. In these sentences who / what is the subject.

1. Somebody broke the window. __________?

2. Something happened. __________?

3. Somebody is coming. __________?

4. Somebody took my umbrella. __________ your umbrella?

5. Something made me angry. __________ you angry?

6. Somebody wants to see you. __________ me?

7. Somebody told me about the accident. ____ you __________?

8. Something went wrong. __________?

Answer the questions.

1. What did you look like when you were born?

2. What was your height?

3. What colour were your eyes?

4. What colour was your hair?

5. How long was your hair?

Answer the questions.

1. What do you look like now?

2. What is your height now?

3. What colour are your eyes now?

4. What colour is your hair now?

5. How long is your hair now?

. What are your favourite clothes?

2. What do you wear when it’s cold?

3. What do you wear when it’s warm (hot)?

4. What do you usually wear at school?

Answer the following questions.

1. What would you like to wear for a trip?

2. How do you usually choose things before you buy them?

3. Do you usually try shoes (jeans) on before you buy them?

4. What colour shoes (jeans) do you like to wear?

Answer the following questions.

1. What would you like to wear in summer?

2. What are your school clothes?

3. What are your favourite clothes?

4. What would you like to wear for a party?

5. What would you like to wear for a trip?

Answer the following questions.

1. What do you look like?

2. What does your mother look like?

3. What does your friend look like?

4. What are you like?

5. What is your mother like?

6. What is your friend like?

Answer the following questions.

1. What did you do yesterday?

2. Did you go to the shop yesterday?

3. Where else did you go yesterday?

4. Who did you see? What did you do?

5. What did you see yesterday?

6. Who did you play with?

7. How did you get to the cinema?

Answer the questions.

1. Are you a good sister?

2. Are you a good brother?

3. Do you understand each other?

4. Do you get on well with your sister?

5. Do you get on well with your brother?

6. Do you enjoy each other’s company?

Answer the questions.

1. Who are special people for you?

2. Do you help your parents about the house?

3. What people do you make friends with?

4. Do you know your parents’ strong and weak points?

5. Do you often criticize your parents?

6. Do you remember your parents’ birthdays?

7. Are you polite with your parents?

Answer the following questions.

1. Do you respect your parents?

2. Do you get well on with them?

3. Do you help your parents?

4. Do you celebrate Mother’s day in your family?

5. Is it a bright holiday?

6. What do you do to please your mother?

7. What do you give your mother as a present on her birthday?

8. Do you help your mother about the house?

9. Does your father your mother about the house?

Answer the following questions

1. Do you take care of your health?

2. How often do you wash your hair?

3. How often do you go to the swimming-pool?

4. How often do you have medical checks?

5. How often do you do morning exercises?

Answer the following questions.

1. What is your attitude towards medicine?

2. What is your attitude towards your health?

3. What is your attitude towards doctors?

4 Are doctors always right?

5. Can you be healthy without medicine?

6. Are doctors necessary or not?

7. Can you live without doctors?

8. What helps people be healthy without medicine?

9. In which case will you visit a doctor?

10. In which case will you take some home medicine?

Answer the following questions.

2. How do you sleep?

3. Do you sleep well?

4. Have you any appetite?

5. How long have you been ill?

6. What’s the matter with you?

7. What’s wrong with you?

8. What’s troubling (bothering – беспокоит) you?

9. Who treated (лечил) you last time?

Answer the following questions.

1. Is the weather forecast important to you?

2. What is the weather going to be like?

3. What will the weather be like in Britain next week?

4. What is the weather going to be like according to signs (приметам)?

5. Is the weather changeable in Britain?

6. What is going to happen soon?

7. What will you do if you know the weather forecast?

8. How will the weather change tomorrow?

9. What will the weather be like in Europe tomorrow?

10. What will the weather be like in Volgograd tomorrow?

Answer the following questions.

1. Which season is your favourite? Why?

2. Which season is the worst in your opinion?

3. Which season is the best in your opinion?

Answer the following questions.

1. Are people different?

2. Do they like different things?

3. Do they do things in different ways?

4. Should we understand each other?

5. Should we let people have their ways?

6. When do your parents and friends think your behaviour is good?

7. When do your parents and friends think your behaviour is horrid? Why?

8. Why do we like or hate people?

Answer the following questions.

1. What do you think about eccentric people?

2. What habits seen strange or normal to you?

3. What famous people from Russia do you think are a little eccentric to you?

4. What is other’s people attitude towards the habits of eccentric people?

5. Who can afford to be eccentric?

6. Why have people sometimes got strange habits?

7. Have you got strange habits?

Answer the following questions.

1. What does your ideal day depend on?

2. What would be your ideal day out?

3. What’s your ideal day out for you?

4. What are your ideal holidays?

5. What’s an ideal working day for you?

6. What routines would you like to change? How?

7. Do weather, place, your health or people around you influence you ideal day?

Answer the following questions.

1. Do you help about the house?

2. What do you usually do?

3. What does your mother do about the house?

4. What does your father do about the house?

5. Who do you help?

6. Do you cook dinner?

7. Do you wash dishes?

8. Do you do the ironing?

9. Do you tidy up the room?

10. Do you clean the house?

Answer the following questions.

1. Have you heard anything about a light house (маяк), a caravan ['k æ r ə v æ n] (караван-фургон), a teepee ['ti:pi:] (индейский тент для жилья), a houseboat?

2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of living in a light house, in caravan or a teepee?

3. Would you like to live in one of these houses? Why?

4. What makes a good house?

5. What is your idea of a good house?

6. What makes a good room?

7. What is your idea of a good room?

Answer the following questions.

1. Do you live in an apartment / flat?

2. How many rooms are there in your apartment / flat?

3. How many apartments / flats are there in your building?

4. What floor do you live on?

5. Does your building have an elevator / lift?

6. Does your building have balconies?

7. Does your house have a porch (крыльцо)?

8. Does it have a yard?

9. Is there a garage?

10. Is it a new house?

11. Is it a big house?

12. Is there a fence around the yard?

13. Are there any trees in the yard? How many? What kind?

Answer the following questions.

1. What kind of shops do you know?

2.What do shoppers buy in each shop?

3.Can you made the shopping list?

4.What shops did you go to yesterday?

5.What did you buy yesterday?

6. What food did you buy?

7. How much did you pay?

8. What do the shoppers buy every day?

9. In what type of packaging do shoppers buy foods?

Answer the following questions.

1. Do you like cooking?

2. Do you like cooking dumplings (пельмени) or the stew [stju:] (тушеное мясо).

3. How much time does it take you to make dinner?

4. How much time does it take you to cook porridge?

5. Which food have you got enough of at home?

6. Which food have you run out of at home?

7. Do you know a recipe for your favourite dish?

Answer the following questions.

1. Who usually goes shopping in your family?

2. Do you often go shopping?

3. When did you go shopping last time?

4. Who did you go shopping with?

5. What new things did you buy?

Answer the following questions.

1. What size shoes do you wear?

2. Do you usually try shoes (jeans…) on (примерять) before you buy them?

3. What colour shoes (jeans…) do you like to wear?

4. How do you usually choose things before you buy them?

5. What do you usually wear at home?

6. What do you wear when you go to school?

7. What do you wear when it’s cold (warm)?

Answer the following questions.

1. Do you like shopping?

2. What do you think about buying clothes by yourself?

3. What do your family members think about shopping by oneself?

4. Can you choose clothes in the shop?

5. Does your Mum give you a free hand in choosing your clothes?

6. Are you practical?

7. Can you spend money wisely?

8. Do you get your pocket money?

9. Is shopping one of your favourite pastimes?

10. Could you go shopping every day?

11. Do you like trying clothes on?

12. Do you buy expensive clothes by yourself?

Answer the following questions.

1. What souvenirs do tourists usually buy?

2. Can you do without someone’s advice when you buy souvenirs?

3. What kind of shops do people go to in Great Britain?

4. What would you like to have or buy?

Answer the following questions.

1. How do people ask for advice?

2. How do people give advice?

3. How do people agree or disagree with the advice?

4. How do people give reasons why they agree or disagree?

PRESENT PERFECT, PAST SIMPLE, PAST PERFECT

Write questions with Present Perfect. Use the words below.

Example : see / a wild animal?

Have you seen a wild animal?

1. take / a boat trip?

2. meet / people from another country?

3. eat food / from another country?

4. play / table tennis?

Write questions with Present Perfect and yet. Use the words below.

Example : you / do homework?

Have you done you homework yet?

1. we / learn the past continuous?

2. you / finish the last project?

3. you / revise the next test?

4. you / buy an English-English dictionary?

Complete the sentences. Use so far.

Example: I saw Tom yesterday, but I haven’t seen him so far today.

1. It rained a lot last week, but it … this week.

2. We ate a lot yesterday, but we … today.

3. It snowed a lot last winter, but it … this winter.

4. I played tennis a lot last year, bit … this year.

5. I watched television yesterday, but … this evening.

Use these words to make your questions.

1. you, ever, to be, to Italy

2. you, ever, to be, to South America

3. you, read, any, English books

4. you, live, in this town all your live

5. you, ever, speak, to a famous person

Answer these questions using the words in brackets.

Example :When did you last play tennis? (for a long time) – I haven’t played tennis for a long time.

1. When did it last rain? (for ages)

2. When did they last visit you? (since June)

They … since June.

3. When did you last eat caviar? (never)

4. When did you last drive? (for 6 months)

I … for 6 months.

5. When did you last go to Spain? (never)

Choose the verb and fill in the gaps.

finish help look

decorate wash start

1. The children have … the fir-tree.

2. The daughter has … her mother about the house.

3. The girls have … the floor.

4. He hasn’t … the hands before dinner.

5. The girl has … watering the flowers.

6. The pupils have … reading.

7. Father hasn’t … the door.

Make up sentences.

decorated the room

cleaned the carpet

opened the door

washed the floor

visited a friend

Write the negatives.

1. I have watered the flowers in my study.

2. I have cleaned the carpet in my study.

3. I have bought a tasty cake.

4. I have visited your parents.

5. I have washed the floor.

6. She has cooked dinner.

Ask general questions.

1. Mother has washed the floor.

2. The girl has danced a lot.

3. The children have started to sing.

4. They have had much fun at the cinema.

5. They have joined us.

Complete the questions using has or have.

1.. you ever visited an internet chat room?

2.. you ever bought anything on the internet?

3.. your mother or father ever sent you a text message?

4.. your grandparents ever sent you an email?

5.. your computer ever crashed?

Write questions using Have you ever..

1. be/ to the USA ?

2. lose/ anything important /

3. win / any money ?

4. break / a bone ?

Write questions using Have you ever..

1. eat/ Indian food ?

2. read / any/ Shakespear ?

3. meet/ a famous person ?

4. live/ in a foreign country ?

Complete the sentences using has or have.

1. He. given me the towel.

2. You. not shut the window,. you?

3. I. read a lot of Russian books.

4. It is rainingf and the children. stayed at home.

5.. the mother prepared breakfast?

6.. you hung up the towel?

Open the brackets.

1. I have (to see) a very interesting film.

2. The boy has (to open) his eyes.

3. The mother has (to wash) her child and (to put) her to bed.

4. Where have you (to be) all the time?

5. Has he (to come) late to school?

6. What have you (to bring), Mum?

Complete the sentences with a verb from the list. Use the Present Perfect.

buy, finish, do, go, live

1. Are they still having dinner? – No, they …

2. I … some new shoes. Do you want to see them?

3. Is Tom here? – No, he … to work.

4. … you … the shopping. – No, I’m going to do it later.

5. Where is your key? – I don’t know? I … it.

Complete these sentences with the following verbs.

to break, to take, to go, to read, to paint.

1. Look! Somebody … the window.

2. Your house looks different. … you … it?

3. I can’t find my umbrella. Somebody … it

4. I’m looking for Sarah. Where … she …?

5. Do you want newspaper? – No, thanks I … it.

Ask questions beginning with Have you ever …?

1. to be to Paris;

3. to win a lot of money

Make question with How long …?

1. She is in London. How long …?

2. I know George. How long …?

3. I have a motor-bike. How long …?

Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form. Use Present Perfect or Past Simple

A: Let's go to the cinema this evening.

B: Yes, good idea.. (you/hear) about the new Spielberg film yet?

A: Yes. I. (already/see) it.

B: Oh really? When. (you/see) it?

A: Last week. I. (go) to the cinema with Mark. I. (not/see) Titanic yet. Have you?

B: No, I. (not/have). Let's see that. Shall we invite Sara?

A: Yes, but I. (not/speak) to her yet this week. Is she at home?

B: Yes, she is. She. (just/come back) from her holiday.

Complete the dialogue with the words in brackets. Use Present Perfect or Past Simple.

A: What. (you/do) last night?

B: I. (go) to the disco.. (you/be) there yet?

A: No, I haven't.. (you/enjoy) it last night?

B: No, I. (never/be) to a worse disco!

These sentences are all in Present Perfect. Four of them should be Past Simple. Find them and correct them.

1. Have youn seen your grandmother last week?

2. We've been to London two years ago.

3. Have you seen the new Schwarzenegger film yet?

4. I've finished my project yesterday.

5. I've never been to an art gallery.

6. My sister has started her new school last month.

Write sentences from these words. Use Present Perfect or Past Simple. The words just, yet and already will help you.

1. you/see/the new James Bond film yet?

yes/ I/already/see/it. I/see/it/last week

2. my brother/just/buy/a new bike

3. what is the best song/you/ever/hear?

4. you/finish/your project yet?

no/I/not finish/it yet

Put the verbs into the Present Perfect or Past Simple.

1. I. (not/go) to school yesterday because I was ill.

2.. (you/ever/fly) a kite?

2. There is nothing in the box. I. (just/empty) it.

4. Simon. (go) to the theatre last week.

5.. (you/eat) all the chocolate last night?

Put the verbs into the Present Perfect or Past Simple.

1.. (you/wear) your new hat yet?

2. I. (drink) twelvw glasses of water yesterday.

3. Dora. (visit) five European countries so far.

4.. (you/come) to work by bus yesterday?

5.. (you/go) to Samantha's party last Saturday?

Complete these sentences with the correct form of one of these verbs: be, fly, eat, see, read, meet, lose, give, buy, lend.

1. I've never. a ghost.

2. Have you ever. a famous person?

3. I've never. Japanese food.

4. Have you ever. a lottery ticket?

5. Has he ever. in a helicopter?

6. I've never. my wallet.

7. Have you ever. someone a really expensive present?

8. Did you. Simon your car last weekend?

9. Have you ever. a book in English?

10. She's. to Sydney.

Correct the mistakes in these sentences.

1. I've ever been to Spain.

2. How often have she been there?

3. We've seen a really good film yesterday.

4. Have you had a good time on your last holiday?

5. He's bought a new car two weeks ago.

Correct the mistakes in these sentences.

1. I haven't never studied English before.

2. Have you been here before?

3. He never has flown in an aeroplane before.

4. I'm sure we met before.

5. I not say 'Thank you' for the meal yesterday.

Put the verbs into the Present Perfect or Past Simple.

1. I (be) to Australia twice. I first (go) there in 2002.

2. I (study) Spanish and Italian when I was at school, but I (never/study) French.

3.My brother (leave) home ten years ago, but he (not/buy) his own place yet.

Put the verbs into the Present Perfect or Past Simple.

1. I (see) the Lord of the Rings films several times. I first (see) them when I was 12.

2. I (fall) in love several times, but I (not/find) the love of my life yet.

3. My mother (be born) in England, but she (move) to Italy when she was a baby.

Put the verb in the Present Perfect or the Past Simple.

1. My friend is a writer. She (to write) many books.

2. We (not/have) a holiday last year.

3. (you/see) Alan last week?

4. (you/ever/be) to the United States?

5. I (to play) tennis yesterday afternoon.

6. My hair is clean. I … (wash) it.

Put the verb in the Present Perfect or the Past Simple.

1. What time you (to go) to bed last night?

2. I (to wash) my hair before breakfast this morning.

3. When I was a child, I (not to like) sport.

4. Kate loves traveling. She (to visit) many countries.

Past Simple / Present Perfect. Put the verb into the correct form.

– Look! Somebody ______ (spill) mild on the carpet.

– Well, it ______ (not / be) me. I ______ (not / do) it.

– I wonder who it ______ (be) then.

Past Simple / Present Perfect. Put the verb into the correct form.

–Your hair looks different. ______ (you / have) a haircut?

– ______ (you / cut) in yourself?

Past Simple / Present Perfect. Put the verb into the correct form.

– Did you hear about Ben? He ______ (break) his leg.

– Really? How ______ (that / happen)?

– He ______ (fall) off a ladder.

Put the verb in the Present Perfect or the Past Simple.

1. Kate loves travelling. She (visit) many countries.

2. What time (you / go) to bed last night?

3. Look! Somebody (break) the window!

4. My hair is clean. I (wash) it.

5. I (wash) my hair before breakfast this morning.

Put the verb in the Present Perfect or the Past Simple.

1. Kate loves travelling. She (visit) many countries.

2. What time (you / go) to bed last night?

3. Look! Somebody (break) the window!

4. My hair is clean. I (wash) it.

5. I (wash) my hair before breakfast this morning.

Fill in the gaps with the correct form of the verbs.

Emily Dickinson (be) one of the three children of Edward Dickinson, a US congressman. She (be) born and (live) all her life in Amherst (Massachusetts) the USA. She (not like) social activities and she (begin) to avoid people. Before Emily (be) 30 she (become) known as a recluse (затворница). She (not leave) her father’s house and (have) few visitors. She (write) beautiful poems and very few people (know) about it. Before Emily (die) she (write) over 1000 poems. In fact Emily Dickinson (publish) only 7 poems during her lifetime. Her poems (make) her famous all over the world.

Past Simple / Past Perfect. Fill in the gaps with the correct form if the verbs.

1. Jane and her parents (came) to St. David’s on July 22.

2. They (find) that their friends (leave) before they arrived.

3. Jane and her parents (go) to one of the beautiful beaches.

4. Jane (not see) such beautiful views before they (came) to St. David’s.

5. They (enjoy) the wonderful coastline and (walk) a lot.

6. They (be) sorry that their friends (go) home before they (meet).

Make sentences in Past Perfect using the words in brackets.

1. I wasn’t hungry. (I / just / have / lunch).

2. Tom wasn’t at home when I arrived. (he / just / go / out).

3. We arrived at the cinema late. (the film / already / begin).

4. They weren’t eating when I went to see them. (they / just / finish / their dinner).

5. I was very pleased to see Nora again after such a long time. (I / not / see / her for 5 years).

Past Perfect. Complete these sentences using the verbs in brackets. You went back to your house town after many years and you found that many things were different.

1. Most of my friends were no longer there. They ______ (leave).

2. My best friend, Kevin, was no longer there. He ______ (go away).

3. The local cinema was no longer open. It ______ (close down).

4. Mr. Johnson was no longer alive. He ______ (die).

5. I didn’t recognize Mrs. Johnson. She ______ (change a lot).

6. Bill no longer had his car. He ______ (sell) it.

Past Perfect. Complete these sentences.

1. Mr and Mrs Davis were in an airplane. They were very nervous as the plane took off because they (fly) never before.

2. The woman was a complete stranger to me. I never (see) her before.

3. Margaret was late for work. Her boss was very surprised. She (be / late) never before.

4. Jane played tennis yesterday – at least she tried to play tennis. She wasn’t very good at it because she (play) never before.

5. It was Tom’s first driving lesson. He was very nervous and didn’t know what to do. He (drive) never before.