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A) Write the numbers in the right circle.


Choose the right option

The bedside table is _____________ the wardrobe and the bed.
The toilet is _____________ the bath.
The fridge is _____________ the cooker.
The pictures is _________________ the wall.
The washbasin is _____________ the bath.

C) Read the text and fill in with the family tree.

D) Read again and answer the questions. Write complete sentences.

1) How old is Helen? _____________________________________________________
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Whats her surname?___________________________________________________

How old is Peter?______________________________________________________
Is he famous?_________________________________________________________
Where are they from?__________________________________________________
Who are Paul and Janet?________________________________________________

E) Put the words in order and write the questions.

1) are / Helen / who / Megan / and / ?
______________________________________ ? They are Joes sisters.
2) is / Joe / who / ?
_______________________________________ ? She is Pauls son.
3) Janet / are / and / Who / Paul / ?
_______________________________________ ? They are Helens parents.

F) Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Simple.

1) I _____________ (play) football with my friends on Sundays.
2) Tina _____________ (Walk) to school every day.
3) We ________________ (go) to bed at 10 oclock every night.
4) Penguins _______________ (live) in the Antartic.
5) Tony ______________ (study) maths at the university.
6) Jo and Peter ________________ (visit) their grandparents every week.
7) Sally ________________ (speak) Spanish.
8) Mike ________________ (do) his homework every evening.
9) Susan __________________ (wash) her hair every day.
Water ______________ (boil) at 100 centigrade.

G) Write questions and negations as in the example.

Simon likes tea.
Does Simon like tea? / Simon doesnt like tea.
1) We often play basketball on Saturdays.
2) Billy drives to work every day.
3) Our dog likes biscuits.
4) They live in France.
5) Samantha works in a supermarket.
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6) Paul and Mary often go to the gym.
7) David always gets up at 7 oclock.
8) Miss Jones teaches maths.
9) Sue and Jill usually wear jeans.
H) Complete the sentences having in mind the Present Continuous.

They _________________________ (stand) in the rain.

_______________________________ (you/write) a letter?
_______________________________ (she/talk) with them?
We ____________________________ (not/ learn) English now.
He _____________________________ (sit) on a chair.
I _________________________ (spend) this weekend at the seaside.

I) Put the verbs into the Present Simple or the Present Continuous.
Dear Dona,
I __________________________ (write ) to you from the Golden Beach Hotel. I am here with
Sandy and Pat. The hotel ___________________________ (belong) to Pats uncle and she
_____________________________ (spend) every summer here.
The place is very nice and I ________________________( think) all the people at the hotel
____________________________ (have) a nice time. We _______________________ (swim) and
_____________________________ (go) windsurfing every morning. At noon we
_____________________________ (go) for walks.
Today it _____________________________ (rain) so we cant go out. I ______________________
(hate) this weather! At the moment Sandy and Pat ______________________________ (have)
lunch. They _____________________(eat) fish today and it ________________________ (smell)
very good.
____________________________________________ (you/have) a good time at home? Write
soon and tell me all your news.

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J) Make the present perfect - choose positive, negative or question:

1. (I / go / to the library today)
2. (you / keep a pet for three years)
3. (you / come here before?)
4. (it / rain all day?)

5. (who / we / forgot to invite?)

6. (we / not / hear that song already)
7. (he / not / forget his books)
8. (she / steal all the chocolate!)
9. (I / explain it well?)
10. (who / he / meet recently?)

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L) Complete the following sentences using the appropriate form of the adjective given
in the brackets.
1. He is .. than his neighbours. (rich)
2. The brides were much .. than the grooms. (young)
3. He is too . to be taught. (intelligent)
4. He is than I thought him to be. (clever)
5. When the old woman became ., she began to move about. (strong)
6. He is much . now. (good)
7. The offer was too to be true. (good)
8. He fished with . success than I do. (great)
9. Shakespeare is the playwright in English. (great)
10. The pain was . than he could bear. (much)
11. The .. thing of all was that his son was rude to him. (bad)
12. Jane was the . player of the two. (good).
13. How is your mother today? Is she any ..? (Good)
14. In India May is than June. (Hot)
15. Julie is .. than her sister. (Pretty)
16. Who is the girl in your class? (Beautiful)
17. Which is the .. of all metals. (Precious)
18. Her husband is ten years than her. (Old)
19. All of us are bad singers, but I sing the .. of all. (Bad)
20. I think you require a .. diet. (Nutritious)
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21. Which is the part of India? (Dry)

22. It was the .. moment of my life. (Proud)


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Affirmative Form:

Negative Form:

He, She, It + main verb + S

I, you, we, they + main verb
DO/DOES + NOT + main verb

The auxiliary used to make the Negative form is the auxiliary verb To Do
Interrogative Form:

DO/DOES + Subject + main verb?

Note: The auxiliary used to make the Interrogative form is also the auxiliary verb To Do

Am/is/are + main verb + ing

Affirmative Form:
Negative Form:

Am/is/are + Not + main verb + ing

Am/is/are + Subject + main verb + ing

Interrogative Form:

Note: The auxiliary verb used to make the Present Continuous is ALWAYS the auxiliary
verb To Be.

Affirmative Form:
Negative Form:

Have/Has + main verb at the Past Perfect

Have/Has + Not + main verb at the Past Perfect

Interrogative Form: Have/Has + Subject + main verb at the Past Perfect

Note: The auxiliary verb used to make the Present Perfect is ALWAYS the auxiliary verb
To Have.


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Adjectives with one syllable

Usually if an adjective has only one syllable, we add 'er' to make the comparative form.
We add 'est' to make the superlative form.

clean cleaner / cleanest

cold colder / coldest

small smaller / smallest

young younger / youngest

tall taller / tallest

There are some spelling changes. If there is one vowel followed by one consonant at the
end of the adjective, we often double the consonant.

wet wetter / wettest

big bigger / biggest

hot hotter / hottest

thin thinner / thinnest

If the adjective ends in 'y', this often changes to 'i'.

dry drier / driest

If the adjective ends in 'e', we don't add another 'e', just 'r'.

nice nicer / nicest

large larger / largest

Even when the adjective has only one syllable, it's still not wrong to use 'more' or
'most'. It's possible to say 'more wet' or 'most tall'. This isn't incorrect.
There are a few adjectives that we have to use 'more' or 'most' with, even though they
only have one syllable. We CAN'T add 'er' or 'est'.

fun more fun / most fun (NOT funner / funnest)

real more real / most real (NOT realer / realest)

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right more right / most right (NOT righter / rightest)

wrong more wrong / most wrong (NOT wronger / wrongest)

Adjectives with two syllables

For adjectives with two syllables we generally use 'more' or 'most'.

careful more careful / most careful

bored more bored / most bored

But some two syllable adjectives can take 'er' or 'est'. It's also fine to use 'more' (for the
comparative) or 'most' (for the superlative).

clever cleverer / cleverest

simple simpler / simplest

narrow narrower / narrowest

quiet quieter / quietest

Adjectives with two syllables that end in 'y' usually can add 'er' or 'est' (y generally
changes to i). It's also fine to use 'more' or 'most'.

dirty dirtier / dirtiest

pretty prettier / prettiest

happy happier / happiest

ugly uglier / ugliest

Adjectives with more than two syllables

Adjectives with more than two syllables can only make their comparative by using
'more' and their superlative by using 'most'.

beautiful more beautiful / most beautiful

intelligent more intelligent / most intelligent

interesting more interesting / most interesting

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expensive more expensive / most expensive

Irregular adjectives
There are also some irregular adjectives. We just need to learn these forms.

good better best

bad worse worst

far further furthest

little less least

much more most

Parts of the House
and Furniture
Armchair- cadeiro
Bed- cama
bedside table- mesa cabeceira
bookshelf - estante
chair- cadeira
chest of drawers- cmoda
clock- relgio de parede
coat stand- bengaleiro
coffee table- mesa de caf
cupboard- louceiro
desk- secretria
double bed- cama de casal
dressing table- cmoda
drinks cabinet- armrio bebidas
filing cabinet- arquivo
mirror- espelho
sideboard- aparador
single bed- cama de solteiro
sof- sof
sofa-bed - sof-cama
stool- banco
table- mesa
wardrobe- armrio
blanket- cobertor
blinds- persianas
carpet - carpete
curtains - cortinas
cushion- almofada
duvet - edredo
mattress- colcho
pillow- almofada para dormir
pillowcase- fronha
rug - tapete
sheet- lenol
tablecloth - toalha de mesa
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towel- toalha
wallpaper- papel de parede
bath- banheira
bin- caixote
broom - vassoura
bucket- balde
coat hanger- cabide
lampshade- abat-jour
light switch- interruptor
painting- quadro
picture- fotografia
poster pster
sponge esponja
alarm clock - despertador
hoover ou vacuum cleaner aspirador
lamp- candeeiro
spin dryer mquina secar roupa
washing machine - mquina de
lavar roupa

Fridge- frigorfico
coffee pot - cafeteira
cooker - fogo
dishwasher- mquina loia
freezer- congelador
kettle- chaleira
oven -forno
stove -fogo
toaster- torradeira
washing machine mquina roupa
bottle opener- abre-garrafas
chopping board- tbua cortar

colander - escorredor
corkscrew- saca-rolhas
frying pan -frigideira
grater - ralador
juicer- espremedor
kitchen foil- folha de alumnio
kitchen scales- balana cozinha
ladle- concha
mixing bowl- taa
oven cloth- pega
oven gloves- luvas de forno
rolling pin- rolo da massa
saucepan- panela
scourer- esfrego
sieve- coador
tin opener- abre-latas
tongs- pina
tray- tabuleiro
whisk- batedeira
wooden spoon- colher de pau
knife- faca
fork- garfo
spoon- colher
dessert spoon -colher de
soup spoon-colher de sopa
tablespoon-colher de sopa
teaspoon-colher de ch
carving knife-faca de trinchar
glass- copo
jar- frasco
jug- jarro
mug- caneca
plate- prato
saucer- pires
sugar bowl- aucareiro
teapot bule

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wine glass- copo de vinho

bin- caixote do lixo
cling film- pelcula aderente
cookery book- livro de receitas
dishcloth- pano da loia
draining board- escorredor loia
grill- grelhador
kitchen rol- rolo de papel de

plug- tam
tea towel
pano de cozinha
Tablecloth- toalha de mesa
washing-up liquid - dergente da
to do the dishes - lavar a loia
to clear the table- levantar mesa
to set the table ou to lay the tablepr a mesa
Attic - sto
Bathroom- casa de banho
bedroom- quarto
cellar/basement- cave
conservatory - estufa
dining room- sala de jantar
hall- entrada
kitchen- cozinha
landing- patamar
lavatory- lavatrio
living room- sala de estar
loft- quarto no sto
lounge- sala de estar
study- escritrio
casa de banho
utility room- despensa
back door- porta das traseiras
bath- banheira
ceiling- teto
chimney- chamin
door- porta
doorbell- campainha
drainpipe- esgoto
fireplace- lareira
floor- cho
front door- porta de entrada
roof- telhado
stairs- escadas
staircase- escadaria

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Wall- parede
Window- janela
back garden- quintal
clothes line- estendal
fence- cerca
flower bed- canteiro
flowerpot- vaso
front garden- jardim
garage- garagem
garden furniture- mobilirio de
gate- porto
gravel- gravilha
greenhouse- estufa
hanging basket- floreira
hedge- sebe
lawn- relva
letterbox - caixa de correio
shed- alpendre
swimming pool- piscina
swing- baloio
vegetable garden- horta

Members of the
father - pai
mother - me
son- filho
daughter - filha
parents pais
child (pl: children) - filho / filha
husband - marido
wife - esposa
brother -irmo
sister -irm
uncle -tio
aunt -tia
nephew - sobrinho
niece- sobrinha
cousin primo/a
grandmother - av
grandfather - av
grandparents - avs
grandson- neto
granddaughter -neta
partner- companheiro / a

fianc -noivo
fiance - noiva
godfather- padrinho
godmother- madrinha
godson - afilhado
goddaughter- afilhada
stepfather- padrasto
stepmother- madrasta
stepson - enteado
stepdaughter -enteada
stepbrother- meio-irmo
stepsister- meia-irm
mother-in-law- sogra
father-in-law- sogro
son-in-law- genro
daughter-in-law- nora
sister-in-law- cunhada
brother-in-law- cunhado
Twin- gmeo
only child - filho nico
single parente- pai solteiro
single mother- me solteira
infant- criana
baby- beb
single -solteiro / solteira
engaged - noivo / noiva
married - casado / casada
separated- separado / a
divorced - divorciado / a
widow- vivo
widower- viva

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