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1. Modals. Tick the correct answer.

 

1.1. It is forbidden. You do that.

need not
must not
would not
couldn't

1.2. I've got enough money at the moment. You pay me back now.

need not
must not
mustn't
would

1.3. There's a double yellow line. You park here.

don't have to
must
need not
must not

1.4. He any more coke. I bought five bottles yesterday.

mustn't have bought
would not have bought
need not have bought
had bought

1.5. If we can give him a blood transfusion we be able to save his life.

must
can
might
have to

1.6. I'll wait a day or two so that she have time to think it over.

daren't
won't
must
may

1.7. I'm not deaf. You shout.

needn't
must
couldn't
are to

1.8. He said that he leave in a minute.

can't
won't
must
mustn't

1.9. Rosamunde wanted a new house. It have a nice garden.

should
can't
mustn't
used to

1.10. It's a secret. He tell anybody.

can
need not
has to
must not

1.11. We live in the country.

need not
must not
used to
may not

1.12. She write a letter to her uncle.

had got
had got to
has got
has got to

1.13. How she speak to her husband like that?

doesn't have to
dare
need not
must not

1.14. all go well.

Should
May
Need
Dare

1.15. You mention that you expect us to work, Dad.

need not
must not
might not
have not

1.16. It rain today.

may
has been permitted
might have
could have

1.17. This seat is empty. You sit down.

needn't
must
can
would

1.18. They leave the island because there the pilots were on strike.

couldn't
won't
must not
might have to

1.19. They sacrificed their lives so that we live.

ought to
couldn't
mustn't
might

1.20. We so worried about our friends' financial problems.

needn't have been
need not
haven't got to have been
must not been

 

 


2. Mixed tenses. Tick the button with the correct sentence.

2.1. Last night Joff ____________ home from a business trip (come).

2.1.1.Last night Joff came home from a business trip.
2.1.2.
Last night Joff has come home from a business trip.
2.1.3.
Last night Joff comes home from a business trip.
2.1.4.
Last night Joff will come home from a business trip.

2.2. In the 1950s, German teachers still ____________ that a background in Latin ____________  essential for an understanding of English. (believe / be)

 

2.2.1.In the 1950s, German teachers still believe that a background in Latin was essential for an understanding of English. (believe / be)
2.2.2.
In the 1950s, German teachers would still believe that a background in Latin is  essential for an understanding of English. (believe / be)

2.2.3.In the 1950s, German teachers have still believed that a background in Latin was  essential for an understanding of English. (believe / be)
2.2.4.
In the 1950s, German teachers still believed that a background in Latin is  essential for an understanding of English. (believe / be)
 

 

2.3. Ian ____________ he ____________   the right  choice. (know / make)

 

2.3.1.Ian knew he had made the right  choice.
2.3.2.
Ian knows he had made   the right  choice.

2.4. Tim ____________ happy if they ____________ his car today. (be / fix)

2.4.1.Tim is happy if they fix his car today.
2.4.2.Tim will be happy if they will fix his car today.
2.4.3.Tim will be happy if they fix his car today.
2.4.4.Tim would be happy if they will fix his car today.


2.5. The children ____________
when we ____________ them. (play / see)

2.5.1.The children are playing when we saw them. (play / see)
2.5.2.The children played when we see them. (play / see)
2.5.3.The children will be playing when we saw them. (play / see)
2.5.4.The children were playing when we saw them. (play / see)
 








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3. To have something done. Use the causative structure to have something done.

3.1. My car is dirty. Do you know where I can (it / wash), Peter?

3.2. At the moment the Browns (their house / paint).

3.3 The boss (those letters / type) before lunchtime.

3.4. Tim (his bike / repair) last November.

3.5. Joff (his brakes / check) four times a year.

3.6. Last week the headmaster (all the bags / search) for the missing money.

3.7. Every Saturday she (a pizza / deliver) to her apartment.

3.8. We (our house / build) by professionals.

3.9. He (his bad tooth / take out)?

3.10. The IT company (new computers / install) into our offices.

3.11. John would like to (his trousers / clean).

3.12. We should (our car / service).

3.13. Last year many men (their suits / make) by a tailor.

3.14. How often (they / their kitchen / paint) in the last year?

3.15. When (you / this photo / take)?

3.16. We should (the roof / do), too.

3.17. Many years ago Bronwen (her portrait / paint) by a famous artist.

3.18. - “Did Jim cut down that tree himself?” - No , he  by his friend Jonathan.

3.19. At the moment I (a letter / write) by my girl-friend.

3.20. At Christmas these tourists (breakfast / serve) at 7 o’clock.


4. Participles instead of relative clauses. Rewrite the given sentences using participle clauses.


4.1. The girl who is sitting in the restaurant is a Cherokee Indian.

 

4.2. Lots of Indians who live on reservations today are unemployed.

 

 

4.3. None of the animals that live in London Zoo is really happy.

 

 

4.4. The people that were left alone on the island enjoyed themselves at first.

 

 

4.5. In China families that already possess a child should not attempt to have another.

 

 

 

4.6. The teacher who saw this was sorry for her.

 

 

4.7. Mike who is playing golf today is getting wet from all the rain.

 

 

 

4.8. I don't like the cars which are produced in Japan and China.

 

 

 

4.9. All the books which had been thrown onto the floor have been picked up again.

 

 

4.10. The Titanic that was said to be unsinkable sank in 1912.

 

 

 

4.11. Unfortunately, the car that was given to me as a present by Bronwen broke down.

 

 

 

4.12. The watches which were stolen from the Millers have never been found.

 

 

 

4.13. The woman who sold you this is a thief.

 

 

 

4.14. The boy who is waiting at the bus-stop is my brother.

 

 

 

4.15. The man who was sent to buy an apple brought a banana instead.

 

 

 

4.16. The chicken that was served to us was burnt.

 

 

 

4.17. Radium which was discovered by Mme Curie is a dangerous substance.

 

 

 

4.18. The tomatoes that were sold by her were still green.

 

 

 

4.19. The map which belongs to my uncle is very precious.

 

 

 4.20. The film that was made in India is excellent.

 


5. If -  clauses. Fill in the correct form of the verbs.

JOHNNY CASH

If I a carpenter be
And you a lady, be
me anyway? you / marry
my baby? you / have
If a tinker my trade be
me, you / find / still
Carrying the pots I made,    
Following behind me.    
Save my love through loneliness,    
Save my love for sorrow,    
I'm given you my onliness,    
Come give your tomorrow.    
If I my hands in wood, work
me? love / still / you / ?
Answer me babe, "Yes I ,  
I'll put you above me."    
If I a miller be
at a mill wheel grinding,    
your color box, you / miss
and your soft shoe shining?    
If I a carpenter be
and you a lady, be
me anyway? marry / you
my baby? have / you
anyway? marry / you
my baby? you / have

 

 

[written by Tim Hardin] 

 
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