Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 2

A1 EXAM PRACTISE

1. Put the verbs in the present passive, simple or contiunous. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 'Can I help you?' 'I_________________ (serve), thank you.' A lot of manufactured goods ______________ (make) in Asia. 'Why are you getting the bus?' 'My car _________________ (service).' Nearly 50% of the food we buy _______________ (important). The banking industry in the UK ________________ (situate) in London. ____ service ___________ (include) in the ball? The hotel is closed while the bedrooms _____________________ (modernize). Footballers ___________ (pay) far too much money.

2. Read the statistics. Choose the correct form, active or passive. Do any of the statistics surprise you? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Nearly half the population (29m) involve / are involved in some form of employment. 20% of the workforce employed / are employed by the state. The average worker pays / is paid 27,000 a year. The average worker pays / is paid 250,000 in tax in his or her lifetime. Women earn / are earned on average 17% less than men for full-time work. Children give / are given on average 9 a week pocket money. The average household spends / is spent 70 per week on transport. 75% of British households own / are owned a car.

3. Put the verbs in brackets in the Present Simple passive. 1. In 70% of officies, employees _____________ (ban) from using social networking sites such as Facebook. 2. 40% of Internet use in the office _________________ (not relate) to work. 3. Work hours _______ often ___________ (use) to conduct personal business. 4. 45% of work time _______________ (waste) on chat, drinking tea, and talking personal phone calls. 5. Open plan officies ________________ (dislike) by 40% of workers. 6. Team bonding days _____________ (despise) by nearly everyone. 7. Most employees complain that they _________________ (overwork) and ____________________ (not appreciate). 8. Many people _____________ (stress) by the number of emails they receive. 9. More than six trillion business emails _____________ (send) worldwide every year. 10. Stress at work _________________ (associate) with the risk of heart disease. It _______________ (also know) to cause depression. 4. Present Simple or Continuous?

have belong own cost depend need owe matter contain consist

5. Complete the sentences with one of the verbs from the box. have not matter hope consist need look depend cost own belong smell remember prefer owe not suite

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

This book belongs to me. Britain ________ a population of 60 millions. Water ___________ of hydrogen and oxygen. 'I forgot your book again. Sorry.' 'It ____________________. You can bring it later.' I ____________ a haircut. My hair is too long. _____ you _____ this flat, or do you rent it? Petrol _________ over a pound a litre. I've borrowed so much money. How much do I _______ you? You ____________ lovely. Where did you get that dress? Congratulations on your wedding. I ___________ you'll be very happy. The jumper fits you very well, but the colour _________________ you. We might have a picnic. It ______________ on the weather. I like both tea and coffee, but I _______________ tea. You __________ nice. What perfume are you wearing? I _________________ when you were a little girl. You were lovely. PRESENT CONTINUOUS PASSIVE S V O She is cooking lunch now. Lunch is BEING cooked now. VERB + ING TVORBA AM / IS / ARE + BEING + PAST PARTICIPLE
ADVERBS OF TIME FOR PRESENT CONTINUOUS:

PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE - koristimo za radnje koje su unaprijed dogovorene, a dogodit de se u bliskoj bududnosti TVORBA AM / IS / ARE +

NEGATIVES I am not = I'm not eating now. He isn't listening... We aren't playing... QUESTIONS Am I eating... ? Yes, I am. / No, I'm not. Is he listening...? Yes, he is. / No, he isn't. SUBJECT QUESTION Who is eating now?

-> at the moment -> now -> today -> currently -> as we speak HAVE / GOT He has a new T-Shirt. Does he have -||-? Yes, he does. / No, he doesn't. He has got a new T-Shirt. Has he got a new T-Shirt?
Yes, he has. / No, he hasn't. He hasn't got a new T-Shirt.