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159

, 䳺 to be Present Simple.

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160

䳺 to be Present Simple.

1. Where ... you? - I ... in the kitchen. 2. Where ... Fred? - He ... in the garage. 3. Where ... Lisa and John? - They .. at college. 4. ... you busy? - No, I ... not. Mike ... busy. He ... the busiest person I've ever met. 5. It ... ten o'clock. She ... late again. 6. How ... you? - I ... not very well today. - I ... sorry to hear that. 7. We ... interested in classical music. 8. Vera ... afraid of snakes. 9. My grandmother ... not nervous and she ... rarely upset. She ... the kindest person I've ever seen. My grandmother ... really wonderful. 10. I ... sorry. They ... not at the office at the moment. 11. Where ... the keys? - In your jacket. 12. What ... the time, please? - Two o'clock. 13. It ... the biggest meal I've ever had. 14. Which sport do you think ... the most dangerous? 15. Chess and aerobics ... not as exciting as skydiving and figure skating. 16. Debt ... the worst kind of poverty. 17. The game ... not worth the candle. 18. Do you have any idea where he ...? 19. Used cars ... cheaper but less reliable than new cars.

20. What ... the weather forecast for tomorrow?

21. Art ... long, life ... short. 22. You ... the best friend I've ever had. 23. I do not remember what his telephone number ... 24. Two heads ... better than one. 25. You ... right. That ... a lot of money! Coffee ... very expensive this week.


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³ 䳺 to be () Past Simple Tense (Past Indefinite Tense)
1 wasHe wasShe wasIt wasWe wereYou wereThey were 1 was not He was notShe was not It was notWe were notYou were notThey were not
Was1? Washe? Wasshe? Wasit? Werewe? Wereyou? Werethey? Yes, 1 was.Yes, he was.Yes, she was.Yes, it was.Yes, we were.Yes, you were.Yes, they were. No, 1 was not. No, he was not. No, she was not. No, it wasn't.No, we were not. No, you weren't.No, they were not.

161

䳺 to fee Past Simple.

My aunt ... very depressed last Sunday. The weather ... terrible. It ... cold and rainy. Her husband ... not at home. He ... at hospital because he ... sick. Her children ... not at school. They ... not in the yard, they ... in the living room. The TV ... broken. The children ... not only upset, they ... very angry. The neighbours ... not happy because her children ... too noisy.

The house ... not clean. The sink ... broken. There ... dirty dishes on the kitchen table and in the sink. There ... nothing in the fridge. There ... no vegetables for dinner, there ... no juice for her children. There ... not even bread in the house! She ... tired and hungry. She ... just exhausted.


162

, 䳺 to fee Present Simple Past Simple.

1. . . , . . . . . 2. . 3. ³ . 4. . 5. . 6. . 7. . 8. . 9. . 10. ³ . 11. ? 12. . 13. ? 14. ? 15. ³ . 16. . 17. . 18. . 19. ? 20. ³ ? 21. . 22. . 23. . 24. .

³ 䳺 to be () Future Simple Tense (Future Indefinite Tense)
1 shall be He will beShe will be It will beWe shall beYou will beThey will be 1 shall not be He will not beShe will not be It will not beWe shall not beYou will not beThey will not be
Shall 1 be? Willhe be? Willshe be? Will it be? Shall we be? Willyou be? Willthey be? Yes, 1 shall. Yes, he will. Yes, she will. Yes, it will.Yes, we shall. Yes, you will. Yes, they will. No, 1 shall not. No, he will not. No, she will not. No, it won't.No, we shall not. No, you will not. No, they will not.

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163

䳺 to be Present Simple, Past Simple Future Simple.

1. The students ... in the Russian Museum. 2. Last month they ... in the Hermitage. There ... an interesting exhibition there. 3. In two weeks they ... in the Tretyakov Gallery. They ... lucky. 4. My father ... a teacher. 5. He ... a pupil twenty years ago. 6. I ... a doctor when I grow up. 7. My sister ... not ... at home tomorrow. 8. She ... at school tomorrow. 9. ... you ... at home tomorrow? 10. ... your father at work yesterday? 11. My sister ... ill last week. 12. She ... not ill now. 13. Yesterday we ... at the theatre. 14. Where ... your mother now? - She ... in the kitchen. 15. Where ... you yesterday? - I ... at the cinema. 16. When I come home tomorrow, all my family ... at home. 17. ... your little sister in bed now? - Yes, she ... 18. ... you ... at school tomorrow? - Yes, I ... 19. When my granny ... young, she ... an actress. 20. My friend ... in Moscow now. 21. He ... in St. Petersburg tomorrow. 22. Where ... your books now? - They ... in my bag.

164

䳺 to be Present Simple, Past Simple Future Simple.

Ronald Frank ... a managing director of the First Bank of Kings ville on Main Street. He ... always on a business trip. Yesterday he ... in Geneva. Tomorrow he ... in London. Last week he ... in Chicago. Next week he ... in New Orleans. At the moment he ... in Amsterdam. In two hours he ... in the Hague.


Three days ago he ... in Paris. At the end of his trip he ... usually very tired but happy. He ... with his family now. His sons ... so much excited. They have got new toys from their father. Everybody in the family ... very glad to see him at home again.

165

, 䳺 to be Present Simple, Past Simple Future Simple.

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³ 䳺 to work ()
Present Continuous Tense
(Present Progressive Tense)
(ij , ,
)
1 am working 1 am not working
is working He is not working
She is working She is not working
It is working It is not working
We are working We are not working
You are working You are not working
They are working They are not working
Am 1 working? Yes, 1 am. No, 1 am not.
Is he working? Yes, he is. No, he is not.
Isshe working? Yes, she is. No, she is not.
Is it working? Yes, it is. No, it is not.
Are we working? Yes, we are. No, we are not.
Areyou working? Yes, you are. No, you are not.
Arethey working? Yes, they are. No, they are not.

166

, 䳺 Present Continuous.

(NOW) 1. Timothy (to feed) his dog. 2. Mr. Jones (to clean) his yard. 3. Nancy (to paint) her kitchen. 4. Our neighbours (to wash) their car. 5. I (to wash) my hair. 6. Who (to fix) your sink? 7. What she (to do) now? - She (to dance). 8. The children (to brush) their teeth. 9. What he (do) at the moment? - He (to fix) his bicycle. 10. They (to have) a big dinner together. 11. The boys (to run) about in the garden.


12. I (to do) my homework. 13. John and his friends (to go) to the library. 14. Ann (to sit) at her desk. She (to study) geography. 15. A young man (to stand) at the window. He (to smoke) a cigarette. 16. The old man (to walk) about the room. 17. The dog (to lie) on the floor. 18. You (to have) a break? 19. What language you (to study)? 20. Who (to lie) on the sofa? 21. What they (to talk) about? 22. It still (to rain). 23. I (to open) an umbrella. 24. John (to play) computer games.

167

, 䳺 Present Continuous.

(NOW) It (not to rain) any more, it (to clear) up and the sun (to shine). The jazz band (to play) in the park. A lot of people (to listen) to the music and they really (to have) a good time. But they (not to dance) yet. There is a coffee shop there. Only seven people (to sit) there, and only five people (to wait) in the queue. Some people (to have) sandwiches and (to drink) coffee, tea or fruit juices. Boys and girls over there (to laugh) and (to make) a lot of noise. They (to play) games and Tom (to take) pictures. So what (to go) on?

168

, 䳺 Present Continuous.

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³ 䳺 to work () Present Simple Tense (Present Indefinite Tense) ( )
1 work He worksShe works It worksWe workYou workThey work 1 do not work He does not workShe does not work It does not workWe do not workYou do not workThey do not work
Do 1 work? Does he work? Doesshe work? Does it work? Do we work? Doyou work? Dothey work? Yes, 1 do.Yes, he does.Yes, she does.Yes, it does.Yes, we do.Yes, you do.Yes, they do. No, 1 do not. No, he does not. No, she does not. No, it doesn't.No, we do not. No, you don't.No, they do not.

169

, 䳺 Present Simple.

(USUALLY) 1. My working day (to begin) at seven o'clock. I (to get) up, (to switch) on the radio and (to do) my morning exercises. It (to take) me fifteen minutes. At half past seven we (to have) breakfast. My father and I (to leave) home at eight o'clock. He (to take) a bus to his factory. My mother (to be) a doctor, she (to leave) home at nine o'clock. In the evening we (to gather) in the living room. We (to watch) TV and (to talk).

2. My sister (to get) up at eight o'clock. 3. She (to be) a schoolgirl. She (to go) to school in the afternoon. 4. Jane (to be) fond of sports. She (to do) her morning exercises every day. 5. For breakfast she (to have) two eggs, a sandwich and a cup of tea. 6. After breakfast she (to go) to school. 7. It (to take) him two hours to do his homework. 8. She (to speak) French well.

170

, 䳺 Present Simple.

(USUALLY) 1. Andrea Schatzmann, an exchange student from Switzerland, (to live) with the Connor family in San Francisco. She (to get) up at 7 am and (to take) a shower. She normally (not to have) breakfast. At half past seven she (to catch) the bus. Her first class (to start) at a quarter past eight. She always (to have) lunch at 12 o'clock in the cafeteria. The cafeteria food (to be) OK and it (to be) cheap too. Her afternoon classes (to be) from 1.15 till 3.00 pm, so she (to be) at school all day. She usually (to have) dinner with the Connors at about 8.00. On Sat-


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urdays she (to have) lunch at the restaurant. Once a week, usually on Sunday mornings, she (to go) swimming. A few friends usually (to go) along, too. One of her friends has got a car, so he (to pick) them up and then he (to drive) them home. After swimming they often (to go) out for a pizza. On Saturday evenings she sometimes (to go) out with friends to a party or maybe to a concert. Sometimes she (to invite) friends to her house and they (to listen) to music and (to talk). Mr. and Mrs. Connor often (to take) them for a camping weekend to the seaside or to the mountains. From time to time she (to call) her family in Switzerland. They never (to talk) for very long because it (to be) expensive. She usually (to call) on Sundays because it (to be) cheaper then.

2. What time Andrea usually (to get) up? 3. When she (to catch) the bus? 4. She (to take) a shower in the morning? 5. She (to go) home for lunch? 6. When she (to go) swimming? 7. How she (to get) to the pool? 8. What she (to do) on Saturday evenings?




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