Blockbuster 2 Module 4

I. Use Past Simple or Past Continuous

1. What ________________________ (you / do) when I

________________________ (call) you last night?

2. When you ________________________ (arrive) at the party, who

________________________ (be) there?

3. Yesterday I ________________________ (go) to the library, next I

________________________ (have) a swim, later I

________________________ (meet) Julie for a coffee.

4. We ________________________ (play) tennis when John

________________________ (hurt) his ankle.

5. What ________________________ (they / do) at 10pm last night? It

________________________ (be) really noisy.

6. He ________________________ (be) in the shower when the telephone

________________________ (ring).

7. When I ________________________ (walk) into the room, everyone

________________________ (work).

8. It ________________________ (be) a day last September. The sun

________________________ (shine), the birds ________________________

(sing). I ________________________ (walk) along the street when I

________________________ (meet) an old friend.

9. When her train ________________________ (get) to the station, we

________________________ (wait) on the platform.

10. He ________________________ (be) so annoying! He

________________________ (always / leave) his things everywhere.

11. Why ________________________ (you / stand) on a chair when I

________________________ (come) into the room?

12. When I ________________________ (leave) the house, it

________________________ (snow).

II. Complete the sentences with the affirmative, negative or interrogative form of used to and the words in brackets.

1. David Beckham_______play for Manchester United.

2. We________ have a computer, but we do now.

3. ___________ (they) work together?

4. That restaurant__________ be a clothes shop.

5. She________ like him, but now they're married.

6. Where__________ (you) go to school?

7. There____________ be a police station here.

8. I__________ like vegetables, but I do now.

III. Use the adjective in brackets to make another statement with an adverb.

Example: My son is a safe driver. (careful)

My son drives carefuly,

1. Baryshnikov is an excellent dancer. (graceful)
2. Uta Piipig is a great runner. (fast)
3. My father is a good teacher. (patient)

4. The President is a good speaker. (effective)

5. Andrea Bocelli is a wonderful singer. (beautiful)

6. Teachers are hard workers. (diligent)

7. He is a well behaved child. (polite)

8. Some students are fast learners. (quick)

9. These painters are messy workers. (sloppy)

10. She is a good thinker. (quick)

IV. Adverb or Adjective

1a. My train arrived late, as usual

1b. I'm watching the late film

2a. My brother loves fast cars
2b. He drives too fast

3a. This exercise is harderthan I thought
3b. I hope you'll try harder in future

4a. Dnevnik is publisheddaily
4b. Dnevnik is a daily newspaper

5a. You've just ruined my bestshirt
5b. Computers work best if you kick them