I. Use the correct reflexive pronoun
1) Robert made this T-shirt ______________ .
2) Lisa did the homework ___________________
3) We helped _________________to some cola at the party.
4) Emma, did you take the photo by ________________?
5) I wrote this poem _________________.
6) He cut ________________ with the knife while he was doing the dishes.
7) The lion can defend _________________.
8) My mother often talks to ________________________.
9) Tim and Gerry, if you want more milk, help ____________________.
10) Alice and Doris collected the stickers ________________________.
II. Make two lists (countable, uncountable) from the nouns
- piece of information
- bar of chocolate
- bowl of rice
- loaf of bread
- slice of cake
- packet of pasta
- kilo of sugar
- cup of tea
- carton of milk
- glass of milkshake
- bottle of coke
III. Make the nouns countable
- some hot chocolate two _______________________
- some jam five _______________________
- some soup three _____________________
- some yoghurt two _______________________
- some tuna four ______________________
- some juice two _______________________
- some soap three _____________________
- some milk four ______________________
- some meat two ______________________
- some coke ten ______________________
IV. Use A, AN, SOME, ANY, A LOT OF, A LITTLE, A FEW, MUCH, MANY
Okay, first I need (1) ______ knife to start dinner. Now let me see if I have got everything. Well, there is __________milk, isn’t there? Oh, I’ve only got (2)________ after all. Hum, just half a bottle. And lemons? How (3)__________ lemons are there? There are plenty. Good! There aren’t (4)__________ tomatoes, are there? Well, there’re only two left. No problem. Have I got enough meat for dinner? Yes, there is (5) ___________meat. But is there (6)___________ oil? Let me see. Oh, there is __________ (7) oil left. Well, I will have to buy _________ (8). What about butter? Oh no, there isn’t __________ (9) left, is there? And there are only __________(10) sausages, right? No, actually there are a lot of sausages. Good! But I still need (11)_________ oranges. Not many, just two or three. Oh, I almost forgot. I will also need (12)________ apple. Yes, that’s it. Thanks!"
V. Use CAN, CAN'T, COULD, COULDN'T, MUST, MUSTN'T, HAVE TO, DON'T/DOESN'T DIDN'T HAVE TO, SHOULD, SHOULDN'T
- You ..... look at me when I am talking to you.
- I was using my pencil a minute ago. It ..... be here somewhere!
- You really ..... be late again.
- Already as a child Mozart ..... play the piano beautifully.
- ..... take a photograph of you?
- You ..... eat so much chocolate. It’s not good for you.
- The test starts at 10.30. You ..... be late.
- She ..... be very pleased with herself. She got the best grades.
- You can come to the meeting if you want but you ......
- I’m afraid I ..... play tennis tomorrow. I’ve got a dentist appointment.