• Write the English names for these numbers.
    1. Example 7 Seven
    2. 1.) 4
    3. 2.) 9
    4. 3.) 5
    5. 4.) 11
    6. 5.) 17
    7. 6.) 34
    8. 7.) 73
    9. 8.) 800
    10. 9.) 2000
    11. 10.) 258
  • Write the correct form of the word “sing” in each gap
    1. ExampleHe is singing to his girlfriend
    2. 11.) He can a song.
    3. 12.) He is a song now.
    4. 13.) He was with his mother.
    5. 14.) He always at parties these days.
    6. 15.) He for an hour already, so he is tired.
    7. 16.) He he for a long time when his mother arrived.
    8. 17.) He for an hour by the time the concert finishes.
  • Write questions for these answers.
    1. Example Answer - You are home
      Question - Are you home?
    2. 18.) This is your TV.
      my book?
    3. 19.) She is very young.
      very young?
    4. 20.) We are good looking.
      good looking?
    5. 21.) I have got a home.
      got a home?
    6. 22.) That man will come back soon.
      man come back soon?
    7. 23.) This rock weighs over a kilogram.
      weigs more than a kilogram?
    8. 24.) Tom caught the ball.
      caught the ball?
    9. 25.) I am buying this because I need it..
      I buying this?
    10. 26.) This is the right one.
      the right one?
    11. 27.) We are eating in a restaurant.
      we eating?
    12. 28.) This stick is long enough.
      is long enough?
  • Make these positive verbs negative.
    1. Example 1 My dog is white.
      My dog is not white
    2. Example 2 Paint the house.
      Don’t paint the house
    3. 29.) This dog is big..
    4. 30.) He can play the piano.
    5. 31.) They have shiny shoes.
    6. 32.) You can find it.
    7. 33.) You have got a cold.
    8. 34.) You have to wash the dog.
    9. 35.) I would've won the race
    10. 36.) We ate something.
    11. 37.) He will win.
  • Fill in the gaps with the correct words.
    1. Feliz ran away 38.) the man who was chasing her. She ran 39.) the tunnel and 40.) the bridge 41.) get42.) the busy road. She ran 43.) a dress shop 44.) ask.

      45.) help. The woman 46.) the shop asked her 47.) a description 48.) the man
      Just then Feliz looked 49.) of the shop window and saw the man running 50.) the shop. She called 51.) the shop owner, who rushed over 52.) the window 53.) see the man 54.) herself. The police caught the man and put him 55.) jail.

  • The car belonging to him = his car
    1. 56.) The coat belonging to me = coat.
    2. 57.) The coat belonging to her = coat.
    3. 58.) The coat belonging to Ali = coat.
    4. 59.) The coat belonging to them = coat.
    5. 60.) The coat belonging to Jack = coat.
    6. 61.) The coat belonging to everyone = coat.
    7. 62.) The coat belonging to us = coat.
  • I’m = I am
    1. 63.) = they are
    2. 64.) = we have
    3. 65.) = we will
    4. 66.) = she has
    5. 67.) = you have
    6. 68.) = she will
    7. 69.) = he would
  • Write the correct echo question to these sentences.
    1. Example (Person A) She got married.
      Echo: (Person B) Did she?
    2. 70.) (Person A) He’s very tall. (Person B)
    3. 71.) (Person A) They’re going on holiday. (Person B)
    4. 72.) (Person A) They’ve been robbed! (Person B)
    5. 73.) (Person A) She was on the plane to Paris. (Person B)
    6. 74.) (Person A) My cat’s dead.. (Person B)
    7. 75.) (Person A) I’ll be going on holiday.. (Person B)
  • Underline the incorrect part of each of these sentences.
    1. Example Bill seen his brother at school
    2. 76.) My sister and were walking home when we saw the sick dog.
    3. 77.) “How old are you ?” Alice asked quietly.
    4. 78.) I am about my future.
    5. 79.) We went to a restaurant celebrate my birthday..
    6. 80.) Come over to see for yourself..
  • Fill in the correct family member titles.
    1. Example My aunt’s son is my cousin
    2. 81.) My mother’s sister is my .
    3. 82.) My sister’s son is my .
    4. 83.) My wife’s sister is my .
    5. 84.) My father’s brother is my .
    6. 85.) My father’s mother is my .
    1. Koalas survive bushfire
      By Vincent Morello
      December 6th, 2006 12:47pm
      ONE of the country's largest and most important koala colonies survived a large bushfire that swept
      through central-western NSW.
      Thousands of koalas came under threat from a fire that broke out in the Pilliga Nature Reserve, near
      Coonabarabran, in central-western NSW, three weeks ago.
      Wildlife rescuers from Sydney's Taronga Zoo and the National Parks and Wildlife Service rushed to
      the region last Friday but could not access the area.
      An assessment should begin today, but Taronga Zoo spokeswoman Danielle McGill said most of the
      koalas in the colony were expected to have survived the blaze that destroyed 82,600ha.
      "The majority of the key known koala habitats in the Pilliga have been unaffected," Ms McGill said
      today.
      "We do know that some of the sites where koalas have been seen in the past have been burnt but not
      extensively."
      Wildlife authorities say the Pilliga area holds the most genetically diverse population of koalas in
      Australia because of the size and quality of the bushland.
      The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) estimates the fire in the 400,000 hectare site will be contained in a
      matter of days.
      It is one of 70 bushfires that began across the state in November and the only one firefighters are yet to
      contain.
    2. 86.) What natural disaster has been threatening koalas in NSW? have been threatening koakas in NSW..
    3. 87.) In which month did this happen? This happened in .
    4. 88.) Which word in the story is used to mean "bushfire"? .
    5. 89.) Who is the author of this story? is the author of this story.
    6. 90.) Who does Danielle McGill work for? .
    7. 91.) On which day of the month was this story written? .
    8. 92.) What has happened to some of the places where koalas have been seen in the past? They have been .
    9. 93.) How long will it take to control the fires? It will take to control the fires.
    10. 94.) How much area of land has been burnt? of land is being burnt.
    11. 95.) How many fires have been controlled in NSW in November? fires have been controlled in NSW in November.
  • Write the adjective form of these nouns
    1. Example width - wide
    2. 96.) brilliance
    3. 97.) slowness
    4. 98.) circle
    5. 99.) beauty
    6. 100.) hair

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