|What||do||you||do?||— I am a student.|
|Where||do||you||live?||— (I live) in Moscow.|
|When||does||he||get up||in the morning?||— At about 7 o'clock.|
|How long||does||it||take||you to get here?||— Half an hour.|
|How often||do||you||go||shopping?||— Every other day.|
|How well||does||she||know||English?||— Rather well.|
|Why||do||you||study||Physics?||— I like it.|
|Which (drink)||does||she||prefer?||— Juice.|
|What kind of (books)||do||they||read?||— Different books.|
|How much||does||it||cost?||— 20$.|
|Who||does||she||teach?||— Foreign students.|
|Who||lives||In Moscow?||— Mary and Kate do.|
Exercise 11. Complete the sentences.
Example: Whendo yougetup every morning? — I normally get up at 7 o'clock.
5. Why do you work so much? — I have a lot to do.
6. What do they do most evenings? — They go to the theatre.
9. Who lives in that flat? — My parents do.
10. How much do these shoes cost? — These shoes cost about 50$.
Exercise 12. Ask questions about the information in italics.
Example: I always sleep eight hours every night – How many hours do you sleep every night?
E. Bazanova, Moscow, “Drofa”
– Complete the sentences. Use the correct form of these verbs:
boil close cost cost go have like
meet open smoke speak teach wash
She's very clever. She speaks four languages.
Steve smokes ten cigarettes a day.
We usually have dinner at 7 o'clock.
I like films. I often go to the cinema.
Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.
In Britain the banks open at 9.30 in the morning.
The City Museum closes at 5 o'clock every evening.
Food is expensive. It costs a lot of money.
Shoes are expensive. They cost a lot of money.
Tina is a teacher. She teaches mathematics to young children.
Your job is very interesting. You meet a lot of people.
Peter washes his hair twice a week.
Study this information:
|How often do you ___? 1. drink coffee in the morning? 2. read newspapers? 3. get up before 7 o'clock?||Bob and Ann||George||you|
|never often sometimes||usually never always||? ? ?|
Now write sentences about Bob and Ann, George and yourself. Use always/usually/often/ sometimes/never.
1. Bob and Ann never drink coffee in the morning.
2. George often drinks coffee in the morning.
3. I always drink coffee in the morning.
4. Bob and Ann often read newspaper.
5. George never reads newspapers.
6. As for me, I usually read newspapers in the morning.
– Write the negative.
1. I play the piano very well. I don’t play the piano very well.
2. Jack plays the piano very well. Jack doesn’t play the piano very well.
3. You know the answer .You don’t know the answer.
4. She works very hard .She doesn’t work very hard.
5. They do the same thing every day .They don’t do the same thing every day.
– Write the opposite (positive or negative).
1. I understand. I don’t understand.
2. He doesn't smoke. He smokes.
3. They know. They don’t know.
4. She loves him. She doesn’t love him.
5. They speak English. They don’t speak English.
6. I don't want it. I want it.
7. She doesn't want them. She wants them.
8. He lives in Rome. He doesn’t live in Rome.
– Complete the sentences. All of them are negative. Use don't/doesn't + one of these verbs:
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