I) Put the verbs in Present Simple or Present Continuous tense.
Welcome to the football match between Wales and France.
The two teams _____________ (come) out onto the pitch now. The Welsh players ________________ (wear) red and white, and the French players _____________( wear) blue. The French ________________ (look) the stronger team, but they _____________usually ____________ (play) well here in Cardiff. There are a lot of Welsh fans here today and the players ________________ (wave) to them. The fans ______________ (sing) Welsh songs. Everyone ____________ (like) music in Wales.
I ______________ ( think) it’s going to be a great match!
II) Put the verbs in the Past Simple or Past Continuous tense.
As we ____________( come) here a policeman ______________(stop) us. He _______________ (say) that he ______________ (look) for some stolen property and ____________ (ask) if he could search the car. I ______________ (not like) the idea because the children ______________(sleep) in the back, but I _______________ (not complain.
III) Put the verbs in the Past Simple or the Present Perfect tense.
John: Hi, Dave. ________________( you, enjoy) the England match yesterday?
Dave: Yes, I did. ___________________(you, ever, be) to an international match?
John: No. I _________________(see) them on TV lots of times. How ______________ (you, get) the tickets?
Dave: Somebody at work _________________(give) them to my dad last week.
Clare: Hi, Matty. I love your bag. How long _________________ (you, have) it?
Matty: Thanks. I ________________ (buy) it a couple of days ago. It ___________ (not be) expensive.
IV) Write a, an or the where necessary.
1. _________ amazing thing happened to me yesterday.
2. Einstein left Germany and lived in ________ States until he died in 1955.
3. Generally speaking, _________boys are physically stronger than girls.
4. Bill enjoys reading ________ mystery novels.
5. He is ______ really good person.
6. ________ girl that I told you about is standing over there.
7. I like ______ acting.
8. Come in, please, and shut _____ door.
V) Write the opposites of the adjectives.
cheerful ________________ tall __________________
mean ________________ horrible __________________
overweight _________________ handsome ___________________
funny _________________ plain __________________
VII) Fill in: UNIT 1, LESSONS: A, B, C, D
torn exchange gorgeous cracked verbal dead expelled flat funny honest heart-broken overweight
1. My bike light doesn’t work. The battery’s ______________________________.
2. The engine’s making a ______________________________ noise.
3. You can’t ride a bike with _____________________________ tyres.
4. She looked ______________________________ in her wedding dress. She was so beautiful.
5. My dad’s______________________________. He has to go on a diet.
6. I had to wear my jacket, because my shirt was______________________________.
7. In the end, the bullies were ______________________________from school.
8. A: Would you like to______________________________ that DVD?
B: No. Could I have a refund, please?
9. John was ______________________________when his pet dog died.
10. The opposite of physical is ______________________________.