Now some exercises to practise WILL:
WILL vs GOING TO
BOOKLET CORRECTION P. 108-109
Now some exercises to practise WILL:
WILL vs GOING TO
BOOKLET CORRECTION P. 108-109
Complete the sentences using WILL or BE GOING TO.
1.We ARE GOING TO have an English exam tomorrow morning. I have to study all night.
2. WILL you open the window, please? It's hot and humid here in the classroom.
3.Joseph IS GOING TO fly to Berlin for a company project next week.
4.Waiter: What would you like as a starter, sir?
Man: I WILL have lentil soup, please.
5.I don't think my parents WILL give me permission to go to the school trip.
6.Can you tell me your secret? I swear I WILL tell it to anybody.
7.The scientist says people WILL produce artificial organs by the year 2070.
Circle the correct answer
1. Oh look! It’s is going to snow soon.
2. Next summer I am going to backpack around Europe.
3. Ring! Ring! I am going to I’ll answer it.
4. I think our team is going to will win the match.
5. In 2055 robots are going to will be the teachers.
6. Tonight we are going to have a birthday party for my brother.
7. Sponge Bob is going to work at the Crabby Patty tonight.
8. My friends are going to the movies tonight.
9. I doubt that he is going to/ will pass the English test.
10. He is going to study/ will study for the test tonight.
11. Be careful! You are going to will drop the dishes.
12. During summer vacation we are going to/ will go swimming every day.
13. I’m sure that you are going to will find your lost ring.
14. I am going to will help you carry your books.
15. Look out! That dog is going to bite you if you get near him.
Fill in will or the correct form of am going to
1. Next Saturday we are going to attend (attend) an NBA game.
2. I think the game will be (be) at the Olympic arena.
3. My father is going to buy (buy) tickets tonight.
4. Will the Miami Heat win (win) the championship?
5. The weather will be (be) dreadful tomorrow. But I doubt that it will snow (snow) in June.
6. We use the word(s) will when we want to talk about predictions.
7. In 300 years people will travel (travel) with flying cars instead of airplanes.
8. We use the word(s) will when we offer to help someone.
9. I will lift (lift) that heavy box for you.
10. I think that schools won’t use /not(use) books- they will give (give) every child a tablet computer.
11. When we speak about plans we use am going to
12. Later I am going to read (read) a science fiction book on my e-reader.
MODAL VERBS CORRECTION
1.- Can/Could/May I borrow your rubber, please? Yes, of course you can/could/may
2.-My friend is getting married today, she must/may/might feel very nervous.
3.-Next year I think you won’t have to translate any report into your own language.
4.-Don’t touch that wire because it may/might be dangerous.
5.-I could swim quite well when I was five years old.
6.- Sonia should practise so much if she wants to take part in the marathon.
7.- You needn’t/ don’t have to cook those vegetables because they have already cooked.
8.-The girl has to/must go to the studio for an audition.
9.- That diamond bracelet is very elegant but it must have cost a fortune.
10.-If you are interested in human life, you should study biology.
11.-He is applying for a job at the university. He could/may/might get it.
12.-That house was really important in her life so she shouldn’t sell it.
13.-I’m not sure but perhaps Roberto could/may/might leave for Australia soon.
14.-You shouldn’t have shouted at Thomas yesterday. He is very sorry.
15.-Look it has stopped raining. We can go for a walk in the country.
16.-The old woman could/may/might fall on the street and break a leg. She could/may/might carry a stick.
17.-Sheila didn’t go to work yesterday. She could/may/might be ill in bed.
18.-Last Christmas party was fabulous, you should have come with me.
19.- I’ve lost my keys. I must have dropped them when I went shopping.
20.-It’s prohibited to go into that building. You mustn’t go in.
21.-Patricia is driving a new car. She must have bought it.
22.-My dictionary isn’t in my schoolbag. I must/could/may/might have left it at home.
23.-The boy has to/must help his parents in the farm during the summer holidays.
24.-Look ! The lights are off so the library must be closed.
MUST/ MUSTN’T/ HAVE TO/ DON’T HAVE TO
DEDUCTION: MUST/ CAN’T/ MAY / MIGHT
SHOULD / SHOULDN'T
ALL MODAL VERBS
* OTHER RESOURCES
If you get into these webs, you will find plenty of exercises to practise:
When / if / unless
DECORATING EASTER EGGS
The Easter Bunny!
Once I saw the Easter Bunny
Come hop, hop, hop.
So I cried, “Dear Bunny,
Will you stop, stop, stop?”
I ran to the window
To say, “How do you do?”
But he shook his fluffy tail,
“Happy Easter to you!!!”
PREPOSITIONS OF TIME
PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENT
http://www.tinyteflteacher.co.uk/learning-english/prepositions/prepositions-movement.html (press on exercises at the bottom of the page)
PRESENT PERFECT PRACTICE
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/present-perfect-simple/exercises?03 (HAS or HAVE)
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/present-perfect-simple/exercises (MIXED PRES. PERFECT)
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/vocabulary/since-for (FOR / SINCE)
http://www.grammarbank.com/since-vs-for-exercises.html (FOR / SINCE)
http://www.grammarbank.com/ever-never-just-already-yet.html (TIME EXPRESSIONS)
http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=2540 (TIME EXPRESSIONS)
TOO / ENOUGH
PAST SIMPLE vs PAST CONTINUOUS
When and while
COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES
http://www.tolearnenglish.com/exercises/exercise-english-2/exercise-english-100629.php (read the theory because it is very interesting)
ALL DEGREES OF THE ADJECTIVE
http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=3541 (adjectives degrees)
QUESTIONS IN PAST
Here you will find many exercises and games to review the past Simple for the exam of the unit. Also remember to review Present Simple and Present Continuous exercises that you have below.
Negative: DIDN'T = DID NOT (in these exercises you have to use DID NOT instead of DIDN'T)
Mixed past simple
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/simple-past/goldilocks (continue the story by pressing the next part)
PAST SIMPLE GAMES
http://eslgamesworld.com/members/games/grammar/New_Snakes_%20Ladders/Past_simple_tense.html (snakes and ladders game)
http://eslgamesworld.com/members/games/grammar/perfectpast/past%20simple%20betting.html (jeopardy game)
http://eslgamesworld.com/members/games/grammar/perfectpast/New/past%20simple%20practice%20game.html (spelling game)
http://www.bradleys-english-school.com/online/speedword/spdwrdpast1.html (speed word game)
http://www.englishspanishlink.com/ejercicios-ingles/double-genitive.htm (double genitive)
PRESENT SIMPLE vs. PRESENT CONTINUOUS
BOOKLET CORRECTION P. 78
1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in the Present Simple Tense.
1) Do they fix our roof? (they / fix)
2) You don't play basketball at school. (not play)
3) The Lees always try out a new receipt. (always, try out)
4) Has the dog got a red ball? (the dog / have got)
5) Mr Henderson teaches16 students. (teach)
6) Mum tidies the house once a week. (tidy)
7) Henry doesn't want to miss the last bus. (not want)
8) Does Hilary buy a present for her teacher? (Hilary / buy)
9) Tina dresses up after breakfast. (dress up)
10) Are you thirsty? (you / be)
11) We don't have lunch at 12 o'clock. (not have)
12) Do the children drink juice for dinner? (the children / drink)
13) When is the family on holiday? (the family / be)
14) Alex often catches a cold in winter. (often, catch)
15) Do you go to the cinema on Fridays? (you / go)
3 Write a question for the answer.
1- John lives in Guatemala.
Where does John live?
2- My name’s Susan.
What is your name?
3- I get up at seven o’clock on weekdays.
What time do you get up on weekdays ? / When do you get up on weekdays?
4- Sara likes chocolates.
What does Sara like ?
5- Yes, I love spaghettis.
Do you love spaghettis?
6- Sam likes Tom.
Who doesSam like ?
7- Jill and Nick play tennis because they like it.
Why do Jill and Nick play tennis?
8- I usually go to school by bus.
How do you usually go to school?
9- No, John and Kate don’t ride bikes.
Do John and Kate don’t ride bikes?
10- No, Laura never writes letters.
Does Laura ever write letters?
http://www.adelescorner.org/grammar/present_simple/to_be.html (to be positive)
http://www.adelescorner.org/grammar/present_simple/to_be_neg.html (to be negative)
http://www.adelescorner.org/grammar/present_simple/to_be_quests.html (to be questions)
http://www.adelescorner.org/grammar/present_simple/short_answers.html (short answers)
http://media.arcademicskillbuilders.com/games/viper/viper.swf?0 (choose Present Simple and the level of difficulty you prefer)
MORE QUESTION WORDS PRACTICE
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/questions/form.htm (asking questions: exam type)
http://www.english-4u.de/underl_word_ex1.htm (asking questions: exam type)
As we commented today in class, you have to do a description of the painting "Starry night" by Vincent Van Gogh. The description must be done on a separate paper, it must contain about 60-80 words and it has to follow the instructions given to you on page 156 from your booklets.
With these exercises and games you can practise WH- words and questions.
https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/es/archived-word-games/make-the-sentences/questions (put them in order)
https://www.quia.com/rr/9433.html (understanding questions)
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/vocabulary/numbers/cardinal (THEORY CARDINALS)
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/vocabulary/numbers/exercises?param=11&type=cardinal (IN THIS ONE, YOU CAN CHOOSE BETWEEN CARDINALS OR ORDINALS PRACTICE)
http://learningapps.org/284554 (LISTEN AND MATCH)
http://ww2.college-em.qc.ca/prof/epritchard/numbers.html (LISTENING GAME)
http://www.agendaweb.org/vocabulary/numbers-ordinal-exercises.html (choose from all those games and exercises)
http://www.agendaweb.org/vocabulary/days-date-exercises.html (in this link you will find plenty of exercises to practise the date)