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Exercise 6 for High School
EXERCISE 6
FOR HIGH SCHOOL
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Exercise 6 for High School
Complete the following sentences with A, AN or THE:
1. Danny wanted _____ new bicycle for Christmas.
a) A b) AN c) THE
2. Jennifer tasted _____ birthday cake her mother had made.
a) A b) AN c) THE
3. The children have _____ new teacher called Mr. Green.
a) A b) AN c) THE
4. All pupils must obey _____ rules.
a) A b) AN c) THE
5. Dad turned on _____ radio to listen to _____ news.
a) A/A b) A/THE c) THE/THE
6. Alex is in Boston studying for _____ MBA.
a) A b) AN c) THE
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1. Danny wanted a new bicycle for Christmas.
2. Jennifer tasted the birthday cake her mother had made.
3. The children have a new teacher called Mr. Green.
4. All pupils must obey the rules.
5. Dad turned on the radio to listen to the news.
6. Alex is in Boston studying for an MBA.
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7. The teacher read _____ interesting article from the newspaper.
a) A b) AN c) THE
8. There was _____ huge crowd of people outside the church.
a) A b) AN c) THE
9. Julie talked for _____ hour about her school project.
a) A b) AN c) THE
10. _____ European expert was invited to speak to the committee.
a) A b) AN c) THE
11. The Mississippi river is in _____ United States of America.
a) No article b) AN c) THE
12. It would help us if you gave _____ honest opinion.
a) A b) AN c) THE
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7. The teacher read an interesting article from the newspaper.
8. There was a huge crowd of people outside the church.
9. Julie talked for an hour about her school project.
10. A European expert was invited to speak to the committee.
11. The Mississippi river is in the United States of America.
12. It would help us if you gave an honest opinion.
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Exercise 6 for High School
Complete the sentences below with the correct form of the
adjective.
1. Jeremy is 10 years old. Jenny is 8 years old. Jeremy is (old) ____________ ______
Jenny.
2. The Alps are very high. They are (high) _____ _______________ mountains in Europe.
3. An ocean is (large) ____________ _______ a sea.
4. A Rolls Royce costs a lot of money. A Twin go costs less. A Rolls Royce is (expensive)
_______ ________________ _____ a Twin go.
5. John's results were bad. Fred's were very poor. Fred's results were (bad) __________
_____ John's.
6. This exercise is not very difficult. It's (easy) ____________ ______ I expected.
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1. Jeremy is 10 years old. Jenny is 8 years old. Jeremy is older than Jenny.
2. The Alps are very high. They are the highest mountains in Europe.
3. An ocean is larger than a sea.
4. A Rolls Royce costs a lot of money. A Twin go costs less. A Rolls Royce is
more expensive than a Twin go.
5. John's results were bad. Fred's were very poor. Fred's results were worse than
John's.
6. This exercise is not very difficult. It's easier than I expected.
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7. The weather is not good today. It's raining. I hope the weather will be (good)
_____________ next week.
8. People are not very friendly in big cities. They are usually (friendly) ________________
in small towns.
9.In the government of a country, the President is (important) _____ ______
_______________ person.
10. People say that Chinese is (difficult) ______ ____________ to learn than English.
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Exercise 6 for High School
7. The weather is not good today. It's raining. I hope the weather will be better next week.
8. People are not very friendly in big cities. They are usually friendlier in small towns.
9.In the government of a country, the President is the most important person.
10. People say that Chinese is more difficult to learn than English.
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Exercise 6 for High School
Complete the sentences with 'even though' or 'even if'.
1) Peter refused the offer _______________ he needed the money.
2) ________________ Mary has a car, she walks to work.
3) James won't sell his car __________________ you offer him a good price.
4) ____________________ the man was blind, he walked to the station.
5) We go running every day, _______________ the weather is bad.
6) I love my job. I wouldn't change jobs _______________ the salary was higher.
7) She gives money to charity __________________ she is not rich.
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1) Peter refused the offer even though he needed the money.
2) Even though Mary has a car, she walks to work.
3) James won't sell his car even if you offer him a good price.
4) Even though the man was blind, he walked to the station.
5) We go running every day, even if the weather is bad.
6) I love my job. I wouldn't change jobs even if the salary was higher.
7) She gives money to charity even though she is not rich.
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8) I wouldn't buy you a scooter _______________ I had the money.
9) My grandmother will refuse to move house _______________ she is offered a more
comfortable place.
10) Dad refused to allow me to take his car _______________ I promised I would drive
carefully.
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8) I wouldn't buy you a scooter even if I had the money.
9) My grandmother will refuse to move house even if she is offered a more comfortable
place.
10) Dad refused to allow me to take his car even though I promised I would drive
carefully.
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Exercise 6 for High School
Complete the sentences with Already - still - always - yet
1. John moved to London 10 years ago and he __________ lives there.
2. Julie ____________ walks to school.
3.
"What time is the accountant coming?" "He's ____________ here.".
4. "I ordered a book last week. Has it arrived __________?".
5. Do you __________ take milk in your coffee?".
6. "I've been taking English lessons for 3 months but I __________ haven't made much
progress".
7. Emma only moved house last week and she __________knows her neighbors!".
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1. John moved to London 10 years ago and he still lives there.
2. Julie always walks to school.
3.
"What time is the accountant coming?" "He's already here.".
4. "I ordered a book last week. Has it arrived yet?
5. Do you always take milk in your coffee?".
6. "I've been taking English lessons for 3 months but I still haven't made much
progress".
7. Emma only moved house last week and she already knows her neighbors!".
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8. I ____________ save my files and turn off the computer before leaving the office.
9. Peter sent an application form two weeks ago but he __________ hasn't received a
reply.
10. The manager resigned yesterday, but his resignation hasn't been officially announced
__________.
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8. I always save my files and turn off the computer before leaving the office.
9. Peter sent an application form two weeks ago but he still hasn't received a reply.
10. The manager resigned yesterday, but his resignation hasn't been officially announced
yet.
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Exercise 6 for High School
Complete the sentence using a word from the list. Sometimes you need
the adjective and sometimes the adverb.
(1.careful / carefully 2.perfect / perfectly 3. happy / happily 4. special / specially
5. financial / financially 6. complete / completely 7. quick / quickly 8. fluent / fluently
9. continuous / continuously 10. nervous / nervously)
1. Our holiday was too short. The time passed very ______
.
2. Tom doesn't take risks when he's driving. He's always ______.
3. Sue works ______. She never seems to stop.
4. Alice and Stan are very ______ married.
5. Monica's English is very ______ although she makes quite a lot of mistakes.
6. I cooked this meal ______ for you, so I hope you like it.
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1. Our holiday was too short. The time passed very quickly
2. Tom doesn't take risks when he's driving. He's always careful
3. Sue works continuously. She never seems to stop.
4. Alice and Stan are very happily married.
5. Monica's English is very fluent although she makes quite a lot of mistakes.
6. I cooked this meal specially for you, so I hope you like it.
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(1.careful / carefully 2.perfect / perfectly 3. happy / happily 4. special / specially
5. financial / financially 6. complete / completely 7. quick / quickly 8. fluent / fluently
9. continuous / continuously 10. nervous / nervously)
7. Everything was very quiet. There was ______ silence.
8. I tried on the shoes and they fitted me ______.
9. Do you usually feel ______ before examinations?
10. I'd like to buy a car but it's ______ impossible for me at the moment.
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7. Everything was very quiet. There was complete silence.
8. I tried on the shoes and they fitted me perfectly.
9. Do you usually feel nervous before examinations?
10. I'd like to buy a car but it's financially / completely impossible for me at the moment.
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Exercise 6 for High School
Put in 'need', 'must' or their negative forms.
1. We have enough chairs in here; you ______ bring in any more.
2. You ______ eat those mushrooms; they are poisonous.
3. You ______ attend the forum, but he ______ as he is one of the speakers.
4. You ______ see that film. You will find it very educational.
5. You ______ buy the tickets as I have a few complimentary passes.
6. The invigilator said that we ______ take any books into the examination hall.
7. You ______ study hard. You ______ neglect your studies.
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1. We have enough chairs in here; you need not bring in any more.
2. You must not eat those mushrooms; they are poisonous.
3. You need not, attend the forum, but he must as he is one of the speakers.
4. You must see that film. You will find it very educational.
5. You need not buy the tickets as I have a few complimentary passes.
6. The invigilator said that we must not take any books into the examination hall.
7. You must study hard. You must not neglect your studies.
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8. They ______ have paid for the damage. The fault was not entirely theirs.
9. Those whose names are called ______ come for practice today. The rest of you, who
are not chosen, ______ come.
10. She ______ pay a month's rent in advance before she can take the room.
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8. They need not have paid for the damage. The fault was not entirely theirs.
9. Those whose names are called must come for practice today. The rest of you, who are
not chosen, need not come.
10. She must pay a month's rent in advance before she can take the room.
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