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Additional exercises units 19-25 appendix 3 ответы

Additional exercises units 19-25 appendix 3 ответы

UNIT 91 Exercises Vers2




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We had a good meal at a restaurant and then we want back to the hotel. Put the verb into the most suitable passive form. I fell out of bed while I was asleep 93.


additional exercises units 19-25 appendix 3 ответы

The following is a summary of the transactions of the business during the first three months of operations in 2010: Jan. I'm not sure exactly which day it is. Then show how the journal entry would be posted to T-accounts. I saw 3 I'd been looking forward to it.


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UNIT 91 Exercises Vers2 - If you're interested in applying for the job, your application must be received --- Friday.

 

Put the verb into the correct form, present simple I do , present continuous I am doing , past simple I did or past continuous I was doing. We can go out now. I --- get hungry. Let's go and have something to eat. Have you got any hobbles? A: When I last saw you, you --- think of moving to a new flat. B: That's right, but in the end I --- decide to stay where I was. It's usually dry here at this time of the year. Yesterday evening the phone --- ring three times while we --- have dinner. Linda was busy when we --- go to see her yesterday. She study for an exam. He --- think that I --- joke. Present and past Lesson 1-14, 2. Choose the right alternative. Everything is going well. She wasn't feeling well. Your son is much taller than when I last saw him. I still don't know what to do. He isn't usually like that. I wasn't very busy. This is a nice restaurant, isn't it? I need a new job. I'd like to see Tina again. Complete the questions using a suitable verb. B: Yes, he was here a moment ago. B: Because I was feeling very tired. B: Just to the post box. I want to post these letters. I'll be back in a few minutes. A: --- television every evening? B: No, only if there's a good programme on. A: Your house is very beautiful. How long --- here? B: Nearly ten years. A: How was your holiday? A: --- Julie recently? B: Yes, I met her a few days ago. A: Can you describe the woman you saw? B: A red sweater and black leans. A: I'm sorry to keep you waiting --- long? B: No, only about ten minutes. A: How long --- you to get to work in the morning? B: Usually about 45 minutes. It depends on the traffic. A: --- with that newspaper yet? B: No, I'm still reading it. I won't be long. A: --- to the Lessoned States? B: No, never, but I went to Canada a few years ago. Use your own ideas to complete B's sentences. A: What's the new restaurant like? A: How well do you know Bill? We --- since we were children. A: Did you enjoy your holiday? B: Yes, it was really good. It's the best holiday ---. A: Is Jack still here? B: No, I'm afraid he isn't --- bout ten minutes ago. A: I like your suit. I haven't seen it before. It's the first time ---. A: How did you cut your knee? B: I slipped and fell when --- tennis. A: Do you ever go swimming? B: Not these days. I haven't --- a long time, 8. A: How often do you go to the cinema? It's nearly a year --- to the cinema. A: I've bought some new shoes. Do you like them? B: Yes, they're very nice. Present and past Lesson 1-17, 109, 5. Put the verb in the correct form, past simple I did , past continuous I was doing , past perfect I had done or past perfect continuous I had been doing. His train --- arrive early. When I got home, Bill --- lie on the sofa. He --- fall asleep and --- snore loudly. I --- turn the television off --- wake up. Mary had to go to New York last week, but she almost --- miss the plane. She --- stand in the queue at the check-in desk when she suddenly --- realise that she --- leave her passport at home. Fortunately, she doesn't live very far from the airport, so she --- have time to take a taxi home to get it. She --- get back to the airport Just in time for her flight. I --- meet George and Linda yesterday as I --- walk through the park. They --- be to the Sports Centre where they. I --- play tennis. Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verb in the correct form, present perfect I have done , present perfect continuous I have been doing , Past perfect J had done or past perfect continuous I had been doing. Ann is sitting on the ground. She's out of breath. I left it under this chair. We were all surprised when jenny and Andy got married last year. I wish it would stop. Suddenly I woke up. I was confused and didn't know where I was. I wasn't hungry at lunchtime so I didn't have anything to eat. Every year Bob and Alice spend a few days at the same hotel by the sea. I've got a headache. Next week Gerry is going to run in a marathon. Put the verbs into the correct form. Julia and Kevin are old friends. They meet by chance at a station. JULIA: Yes, I'm very well thanks. KEVIN: Quite often, yes. KEVIN: How are your children? JULIA: They're all fine, thanks. JULIA: Not a permanent job. KEVIN: About a year now. KEVIN: I've no idea. Anyway, I must go and catch my train. It was really nice to see you again. Have a good journey. Put the verb into the most suitable form. Who --- invent the bicycle? I'm all right now. I was the last to leave the office. Everybody else --- go home. I like your car. Look it up in the dictionary. B: No, we were late. I went to John's room and --- knock on the door but there --- be no answer. Past continuous and used to Lesson 6 and 18 9. Complete the sentences using the past continuous was doing or used to... Use the verb in brackets. I haven't been to the cinema for ages now. Ann didn't see me wave to her. I --- a lot but I don't use my car very much these days. I asked the driver to slow down. She --- too fast. Rose and Jim met for the first time when they --- at university. When I was a child, I --- a lot of bad dreams. When the phone rang, I --- a shower. George looked very nice. He --- a very nice suit. What do you say to your friend in these situations? Use the words given in brackets. Use the present continuous I am doing , going to... You have made all your holiday arrangements. Your destination is Jamaica. FRIEND: Have you decided where to go for your holiday yet? You have made an appointment with the dentist for Friday morning. FRIEND: Shall we meet on Friday morning? YOU: I can't on Friday ---. You and some friends are planning a holiday in Britain. You have decided to hire a car but you haven't arranged this yet. FRIEND: How do you plan to travel round Britain? Your friend has two young children. She wants to go out tomorrow evening. You offer to look after the children. FRIEND: I want to go out tomorrow evening but I haven't got a baby-sitter. YOU: That's no problem ---. You have already arranged to have lunch with Sue tomorrow. FRIEND: Are you free at lunchtime tomorrow? You are in a restaurant. You and your friend are looking at the menu. I can't make up my mind. You and a friend are reading. It's getting a bit dark and your friend is finding it difficult to read. You decide to turn on the light. FRIEND: It's getting a bit dark, isn't it? It's difficult to read. You and a friend are reading. It's getting a bit dark and you decide to turn on the light. You stand up and walk towards the light switch. FRIEND: What are you doing? Put the verb into the most suitable form. Use a present tense simple or continuous , will I'll or shall. JENNY: Well, do you fancy going to the cinema? Strangers on a Plane is on. I want to see it but I don't want to go alone. JENNY: Well, the film 4 --- begin at 8. JENNY: Yes, do that. Conversation 2 LATER THE SAME DAY HELEN: Jenny and I 9 --- go to the cinema tomorrow night to see Strangers on a Plane. Why don't you come with us? MARY: I'd love to come. HELEN: Yes, at 8. Is that OK for you? Put the verbs in the most suitable form. Sometimes there is more than one possibility. A has decided to learn a language. A: I've decided to try and learn a foreign language. A: I hope so. A invites B to a party. A and B are two secret agents arranging a meeting. They are talking on the phone. B: Come to the cafe by the station at four o'clock. B: No, she can't be there. And don't be late. Put the verb into the correct form. I feel a bit hungry. Why are you putting on your coat? Are you still watching that programme? My sister --- get married. She was very rude to me. In some sentences you need to use have: must have... B: But you've just had lunch. A: I haven't seen our neighbours for ages. A: What's the weather like? B: Not at the moment but it --- later. A: Where has Julia gone? B: I'm not sure. She --- to the bank. A: I didn't see you at John's party last week. B: No, I had to work that evening, so I ---. A: I saw you at John's party last week. B: No, you didn't. I didn't go to John's party. A: When did you post the letter to Mary? So she --- it tomorrow. A: When was the last time you saw Bill? I --- him if I saw him now. A: Did you hear the explosion? A: There was a loud explosion a few minutes ago. A: We weren't sure which way to go. In the end we turned right. B: You went the wrong way. Make sentences from the words in brackets. Don't phone Ann now. I ate too much. Now I feet sick. I wonder why Tom didn't phone me. Why did you go home so early? You've signed the contract. Ann was standing outside the cinema. Why weren't you here earlier? Why didn't you ask me to help you? I'm surprised nobody told you that the road was very dangerous. George was in a strange mood yesterday. Put the verb into the correct form. I didn't realise that Gary was in hospital. If the phone --- I can you answer it? I can't decide what to do. What would you do if you --- in my position? A: What shall we do tomorrow? B: Well, if it --- a nice day, we can go to the beach. A: Let's go to the beach. B: No, it's too cold. If it --- warmer, I wouldn't mind going to the beach. A: Did you go to the beach yesterday? B: No, it was too cold. If it --- warmer, we might have gone. If you --- enough money to go anywhere in the world, where would you go? I'm glad we had a map. I'm sure we would have got lost if we --- one. The accident was your fault. If you --- more carefully, it wouldn't have happened. A: Why do you read newspapers? B: Well, if I --- newspapers, I wouldn't know what was happening in the world. Liz is tired all the time. She shouldn't go to bed so late. I don't think Ann will come to see us now. I'd be surprised if Ann ---. I'm sorry I disturbed you. I didn't know you were busy. If I'd known you were busy, I ---. The dog attacked you, but only because you provoked it. I don't want them to be upset, so I've decided not to tell them what happened. They --- if ---. Unfortunately, I didn't have an umbrella and so I got very wet in the rain. Martin failed his driving test last week. He was very nervous and that's why he failed. Use your own ideas to complete these sentences. I'd go out this evening if ---. I'd have gone out last night if ---. If you hadn't reminded me ---. We wouldn't have been late if ---. If I'd been able to get tickets ---. Who would you phone if ---. Cities would be nicer places if ---. If there was no television ---. Wish Lesson 38-40 19. Put the verb into the correct form. I wish --- so much cake. I'm fed up with this rain. I wish --- raining. It's a difficult question. I wish --- the answer. I should have listened to you. I wish --- your advice. I wish --- here. She'd be able to help us. Aren't they ready yet? It would be nice to stay here. I wish --- to go now. When we were in London last year, we didn't have time to see all the things we wanted to see. I wish --- more time. I wish --- so cold. I hate cold weather. What's her name again? I wish --- remember her name. What I said was stupid. I wish --- anything. I wish --- a bit. It was a terrible film. I wish --- to see it. I wish --- to bed so late. Put the verb into the most suitable passive form. There's somebody behind us. We didn't play football yesterday. The match --- cancel. The television --- repair. It's working again now. The church tower --- restore. The work is almost finished. A: I left some papers on the desk last night and I can't find them now. I learnt to swim when I was very young. I --- teach by my mother. After --- arrest , I was taken to the police station. Two people --- report to --- injure in an explosion at a factory in Birmingham early this morning. Put the verb into the correct form, active or passive. This house is quite old. My grandfather was a builder. Sometimes mistakes --- make. I wouldn't leave your car unlocked. My bag has disappeared. I can't find my hat. It's a serious problem. We didn't leave early enough. Every time I travel by plane, my flight --- delay. A new bridge --- build across the river. Work started last year and the bridge --- expect to open next year. Read these newspaper reports and put the verbs into the most suitable form. The fire, which 2 --- discover at about 9 o'clock, spread very quickly. Nobody 3 --- injure but two people had to 4 --- rescue from an upstairs room. SHOP ROBBERY In Paxham yesterday a shop assistant 1 --- force to hand over 500 Pounds after 2 --- threaten by a man with a knife. The man escaped in a car which 3 --- steal earlier in the day. ROAD DELAYS Repair work started yesterday on the Paxham-Longworth road. The road 1 --- resurface and there will be long delays. Drivers 2 --- ask to use an alternative route if possible. The work 3 --- expect to last two weeks. Next Sunday the road 4 --- close and traffic 5 --- divert. Accident A woman 1 --- take to hospital after her car collided with a lorry near Norstock yesterday. She 2 --- allow home later after treatment. The road 3 --- block for an hour after the accident and traffic had to 4 --- divert. A police inspector said afterwards: 'The woman was lucky. She could 5 --- kill. Put the verb into the correct form. I can't make a decision. I keep --- my mind. He had made his decision and refused --- his mind. Why did you change your decision? What made you --- your mind? It was a really good holiday. I really enjoyed --- by the sea again. Did I really tell you I was unhappy? I don't remember --- that. The water here is not very good. I'd avoid --- it if I were you. I pretended --- interested in the conversation but really it was very boring. I got up and looked out of the window --- what the weather was like. I have a friend who claims. I like --- carefully about things before --- a decision. Steve used --- a footballer. He had to stop --- because of an injury. After --- by the police, the man admitted --- the car but denied --- at 100 miles an hour. A: How do you make this machine ---? Try --- that button and see what happens. Make sentences from the words in brackets. I can't find the tickets. I haven't got far to go. I'm feeling a bit tired. Tim isn't very reliable. I've got a lot of luggage. There's nobody in the house. We don't like our flat. The vase was very valuable. Bill never carries money with him. I wouldn't go to see the film. I'm very tired after that long walk. Sue is on holiday. I received a postcard from her yesterday. Dave had lots of holiday photographs. I don't want to do the shopping. Complete the second sentence so that the meaning is similar to the first. I was surprised I passed the exam. Did you manage to solve the problem? I don't read newspapers any more. I've given up ---. I'd prefer not to go out tonight. He can't walk very well. He has difficulty ---. Shall I phone you this evening? Do you want ---? Nobody saw me come in. I came in without ---. They said I was a cheat. I was accused ---. It will be good to see them again. I'm looking forward ---. What do you think I should do? What do you advise me ---? It's a pity I couldn't go out with you. I'm sorry that I didn't take your advice. Articles Lesson 68-7 26. Leave an empty space - if the sentence is already complete. I play once or twice --- week if I can, but I'm not --- very good player. I won't be home for --- dinner this evening. I'm meeting some friends after --- work and we're going to --- cinema. There was --- accident as I was going --- home last night. Two people were taken to --- hospital. I think --- most accidents are caused by --- people driving too fast. Carol is --- economist. She used to work in --- investment department of --- Lloyds Bank. Now she works for --- American bank in --- Lessoned States. A: What's --- name of --- hotel where you're staying? It's in --- Queen Street in --- city centre. It's near --- station. I have two brothers. When he leaves --- school, he hopes to go to --- university to study --- law. Conjunctions Lesson 25, 37, 111-11 27. Choose the right alternative. Don't throw that bag away. Jennifer is in her final year at school. Prepositions time Lesson 12, 118-121 28. Put in one of the following prepositions: at on in for since during by until 1. Jack has gone away. We're having a party --- Saturday. I've got an interview next week. Sue isn't usually here --- weekends. The train service is very good. The trains are nearly always --- time. It was a confusing situation. Many things were happening --- the same time. I couldn't decide whether or not to buy the sweater --- the end I decided not to. The road is busy all the time, even --- night. I was woken up by a loud noise --- the night. I saw Helen --- Friday but I haven't seen her --- then. Brian has been doing the same job --- five years. Ann's birthday is --- the end of March. I'm not sure exactly which day it is. We've got some friends staying with us --- the moment. If you're interested in applying for the job, your application must be received --- Friday. Prepositions place and other uses Lesson 122-127 29. Put in the missing preposition. I'd love to be able to visit every country --- the world. Tim is away at the moment, He's --- holiday. You've got a dirty mark --- your cheek. Have a look --- the mirror. We went --- a party --- Linda's house on Saturday. Bombay is --- the west coast of India. Look at the leaves --- that tree. They're a beautiful colour. Mozart died --- Vienna in 1791 --- the age of 35. We went --- the theatre last night. We had seats --- the front row. What time did you arrive --- the party? I couldn't decide what to eat. There was nothing --- the menu that I liked. We live --- a tower block. Our flat is --- the fifteenth floor. When you paid the hotel bill, did you pay --- cash or --- credit card? A: I wonder what's --- television this evening. Have you got a newspaper? B: Yes, the TV programmes are --- the back page. Put in the missing preposition. The plan has been changed but nobody seems to know the reason --- this. Don't ask me to decide. I'm not very good --- making decisions. Some people say that Sue is unfriendly but she's always very nice --- me. What do you think is the best solution --- the problem? There has been a big increase --- the price of land recently. He lives a rather lonely life. He doesn't have much contact --- other people. Paula is a keen photographer. She likes taking pictures --- people. Gordon got married --- a woman he met when he was studying at college. He's not afraid --- anything. I'm surprised --- the amount of traffic today. I didn't think it would be so busy. Thank you for lending me the guide book. It was full --- useful information. Please come in and sit down. I'm sorry --- the mess. Verb + preposition Lesson 131-135 31. Put in a preposition where necessary. If the sentence is already complete, leave an empty space -. She works quite hard. You can't accuse her --- being lazy. Who's going to look --- your children while you're at work? The problem is becoming serious. We have to discuss --- it. The problem is becoming serious. We have to do something --- it. I prefer this chair --- the other one. I must phone --- the office to tell them I won't be at work today. The river divides the city --- two parts. Can somebody please explain --- me what I have to do? You remind me --- somebody I knew a long time ago. You took just like her. What are you laughing ---.? What have you done with all the money you had? What did you spend it ---.? Present and past 1. Does Susan work C. Does work Susan Lesson 1, 3 1. I don't do C. I didn't do Lesson 5 1. He --- to Spain. We --- any problems so far. It's the second time this ---. Are you running B. Have you run C. Have you been running Lesson 9 2. What --- with it? We --- each other for a long time. It's two years Joe. They --- out after lunch and they've just come back. The Chinese --- printing. Ian --- in Scotland for ten years. Now he lives in London. The man sitting next to me on the plane was nervous because he before ---. Did they have C. Were they having D. Have they had Lesson 17 2. I --- television a lot but I don't any more. I'm not working B. I don't work C. I won't work Lesson 19, 21 3. That bag looks heavy --- you with it. I'll help Lesson 21 3. I think the weather --- be nice later. I'm going to visit C. I'll visit Lesson 23, 20 3. The film --- by the time we get to the cinema. Don't worry --- late tonight. The fire spread through the building quickly but everybody ---. The phone is ringing. It --- be Tim. Why did you stay at a hotel when you went to New York? You --- with Barbara. I've lost one of my gloves. I --- it somewhere. Take an umbrella with you when you go out. It --- rain later. What was wrong with you? Why --- go to hospital? There's plenty of time. It was a great party last night. Jane --- a car. I think all drivers --- seat belts. It's time --- home. I'm not tired enough to go to bed yet. I wouldn't sleep if I --- to bed now. If I were you, I --- that coat. It's much too expensive. I decided to stay at home last night. I would have gone out if I --- so tired. I wish --- a car. It would make life so much easier. We --- by a loud noise during the night. There's somebody walking behind us. The train --- arrive at 11. Which hairdresser did you go to? I didn't expect to see you today. Sonia said you --- ill. Ann --- and left. Tom has gone B. The police officer stopped us and asked us where ---. I hope not B. I don't hope C. I don't hope so Lesson 50 8. You can't stop me --- what I want. I must go now. I promised --- late. I wouldn't be Lesson 53, 40 9. Do you want --- with you or do you want to go alone? I'm sure I locked the door. I clearly remember --- it. She tried to be serious but she couldn't help ---. I like --- the kitchen as often as possible. I'd rather --- out this evening, if you don't mind. Are you looking forward --- Ann again? When Jane came to Britain, she had to get used --- on the left. I'm thinking --- a house. Do you think that's a good idea? I'm sure you'll have no --- the exam. A friend of mine phoned --- me to a party. Jim doesn't speak very clearly ---. It is difficult to understand him. He is difficult to understand. He is difficult to understand him. The path was icy, so we walked very carefully. We were afraid ---. I didn't hear you --- in. You must have been very quiet. We found Lesson 67 Articles and nouns 10. Sandra works at a big hospital. She works six days --- week. The crime is C. The crimes are Lesson 74 10. Canada and Lessoned States B. Canada and the Lessoned States D. It was --- journey. A friend of me B. A friend of mine C. One my friends Lesson 81 11. It must be B. There must be C. There must have D. It must have Lesson 83 11. He never does --- work. Nothing Lesson 84, 85 11. The most tourists B. Most of tourists C. Most tourists Lesson 87 11. All of us D. Everybody of us Lesson 89 11. There's a bus --- ten minutes. She's --- because she does the same thing every day. English perfect Lesson 99 13. It's --- to walk. I can't run as fast as ---. It was --- I've ever seen. Every morning he walks to work. He walks to work every morning. He walks every morning to work. Always we have to wait B. We always have to wait C. We have always to wait D. We have to wait always Lesson 109 13. Even when Lesson 111, 112 Conjunctions and prepositions 14. You --- you're a member. She got married --- she was 23 years old. It's --- a palace. They treat me --- their own son. I hope to see Tom --- there. I don't know exactly when he's coming back but I'm sure he'll be back ---Monday. You can phone me then. He's --- holiday in France. Have you had an argument with her? I've never heard --- him. It depends --- the traffic.

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She --- get back to the airport Just in time for her flight. A invites B to a party. B: I'm not sure. Does work Susan Lesson 1, 3 1. Can you and sign it, please? A if I'm B when I'm C when I'll be D if I'll be 327 dy guide Modals 4.

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