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GRAMMAR 7

A. WRITE QUESTIONS. THE WORDS IN BOLD ARE THE ANSWERS.

1. What has Jill bought for Peter?


 Jill has bought a present for Peter.
2. Who called the firefighters?
 The neighbors called the firefighters.
3. What caused all that noise last night?
 A car alarm caused all that noise last night.
4. Who was injured in the terrible car accident?
 Adrian was injured in the terrible car accident.
5. Who will you meet at the mall?
 I’ll meet Ben at the mall.
B. READ THE SITUATIONS BELOW AND WRITE NEGATIVE QUESTIONS,
AS IN THE EXAMPLE.
1. Your brother wants to buy a new table, but you think it’s expensive. What do
you say to him?
 Isn’t this table/it expensive?
2. You are in a store and you think the owner is rude. What do you say to a friend
who is with you?
 Isn’t the owner rude?
3. You are surprised because your friend can’t swim. What do you say to him?
 Can’t you swim?
4. You believe that your friend’s brother speaks Polish. What do you say to your
friend?
 Doesn’t your brother speak Polish?
5. You see someone and think that you went to high school together. What do you
say to her?
 Didn’t we go to high school together?
6. You are surprised because your brother isn’t practicing for his concert. What do
you say to him?
 Shouldn’t you be practicing?
C. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE VERBS IN THE BOX AND
REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS.

1. Don't let the children play with knives! They might cut themselves.
2. We really enjoyed ourselves at your party last night.
3. Do you want a piece of cake? I made it myself.
4. I don't think that John wrote this by himself. His English is not so good.
5. Penny tried to teach herself Spanish, but she wasn't very successful.
6. Are you talking to yourself? There's nobody else in here.
D. CHOOSE A, B OR C TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCES.
1. …….. water the flowers now because I may forget to do it later.
a. I had better b. I would like c. I had better to

2. ……. to finish their projects by the end of the week.


a. The students had better b. The students would c. The students would like
rather

3. …….. go shopping than watch a movie.


a. Jessica had better b. Jessica enjoys c. Jessica would rather

4. …….. take my sweater with me because it’s cold outside.


a. I rather b. I like c. I had better

5. …….. not tell you what happened.


a. I’d rather b. I would like c. I loved

E. READ THE SITUATIONS BELOW AND WRITE SENTENCES USING WISH.

1. My best friend is angry with me. She doesn’t talk to me.


 I wish my best friend wasn’t angry with me.
2. I need to finish this project today, but I can’t use the Internet.
 I wish I could use the Internet.
3. My friends want to play volleyball but I’m really bad at sports!
 I wish I wasn’t so bad at sports.
4. My parents don’t let me stay out after 10p.m.

 I wish my parents let me stay out after 10p.m.