Complete the sentences with one word.
A. Are you Simon?
B. Yes, I am.
A. Where Sally from?
B. She’s from Ireland.
A. Are they French?
B. No, they . They’re Italian.
This my brother. name is Paul.
Jerry live here in London – he lives in Edinburgh.
A. she speak Spanish?
B. She’s from Madrid, so yes – sure!
I’m sorry, but you park here.
A. Were they late?
B. No, they .
Where you go yesterday?
Last week Sandra was ill, so she go to school.
There any people here at the moment.
there a TV in your bedroom when you were a child?
A. Do you know Claire?
B. Yes. I met yesterday. She’s nice.
Do you like my new shoes? I bought last Saturday.
Are you going travel alone?
Where is sister? Sophies / Sophie's / Sophie
She’s . tall girl / a tall girl / a girl tall.
A. fast food?
B. No, I don’t. Like you / You do like / Do you like
I at eight o’clock. start work usually / start usually work / usually start work
ski? Can you / You can / Do you can
Graham that he had a new job. told we / we told / told us
I like the piano. to playing / playing / play
Mexico – Mexican, Italy –
brother – sister, husband –
fast – slow, expensive –
easy – difficult, safe –
woman – women, child –
full – empty, upstairs –
teacher – school, nurse –
Monday – Tuesday, Wednesday –
listen to CDs – DVDs
inside – outside, upstairs –
cold – hot, dark –
spring – autumn, summer –
a bus – a bus station, a plane –
January – February, August –
make – made, come –
know – knew, take –
tonight – today, last night –
Tick (✓) the words that go with the verb.
A. to the cinema ✓
B. shopping ✓
C. the radio
A. a photo
B. an umbrella
C. an email
A. lunch B. children C. basketball
A. a house B. a friend C. a flat
A. football B. the piano C. a photo
A. shoes B. mobiles C. jeans
A. at home B. at a hotel C. a film
A. a book B. the radio C. music
A. a bus B. a plane C. a car
John is bed.
March is the month of the year, and April is the fourth.
Is Mary work?
I often a newspaper on Sunday mornings.
I to the gym with Dave yesterday.
Jack always toast and orange juice for breakfast.
What time do you go bed?
Can you come to dinner Sunday?
She lives the second floor.
I usually up at about 6.30.
Did you watch the match night?
What do you do?
A. Fine, thanks.
B. I'm a doctor.
C. I don't do that.
I’m really sorry.
A. Yes, you are. B. That's OK. C. See you soon.
How much is that?
A. Thirty kilometres. B. Thirty minutes. C. Thirty euros.
Thank you very much.
A. You're welcome. B. Here you are. C. Please.
A ticket to Glasgow, please.
A. Single or double? B. Single or married? C. Single or return?
What’s the date today?
A. It's the sixth. B. It's Thursday. C. It's the summer.
What do you think of it?
A. It's awful. B. I don't think. C. I like him.
Is there a bank near here?
A. No, it isn't here. B. Yes, there's one in Hope Street. C. Yes, you can change money.
What are you going to do tomorrow?
A. It depends on the weather. B. It's next to the supermarket. C. It's on the left.