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17 07, 2020

Test 2 Focus on Sport

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Year 7  Sport Do Test 2 Focus on Sport Task 1. Complete the text with the words from the word bank. Word bank: fantastically, talent, distance, prizes, superhuman, hand, overturn, amazed, performed, Ukrainians, athletics, Ivano-Frankivsk. There is hardly a nation in the world that has no tales about the men of great ____1____ strength. The

9 07, 2020

Test 1 Focus on Sport

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Year 7  Focus on Sport Do Test 1 Focus on Sport Task 1. Complete the text with the words from the word bank. Word bank: to kick, a fan, used to, kicking, transferred, players, busy, sons, music, Real, goals, well, soccer, a wife. Born in Leytonstone on May 2, 1975, David Beckham was a Manchester United

9 07, 2020

Present Perfect Elementary

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Let’s learn to use the Present Perfect Tense Present Perfect Elementary is for students of elementary school to make acquaintance with the Present Perfect Tense and start using it in the sentences of their own. Read and find the verbs in the Present Perfect Tense A Visit to New York - Hi, Nick! Haven’t seen

10 06, 2020

Causatives Have/Get Something Done

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Causatives Have/Get Something Done Causative verbs cause something else to happen. We use a causative verb when we want to talk about something that someone else did for us or for another person. It means that the subject caused the action to happen, but didn't do it themselves. Maybe they paid, or asked, or persuaded the

10 06, 2020

Have Something Done

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The Causative - have something done We use the expression ‘to have something done’ ( have + object + past participle) to say: That somebody does something for you. Usually they’re things that are difficult to do yourself or you don’t want to do yourself. That something unpleasant happened to somebody. Questions and negations of

18 05, 2020

Exam Year 9 Card 1

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Prepare for an English Exam Do Exam Year 9 Card 1 Reading Read the text and decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). BODIAM  CASTLE If you go sightseeing in the south of England, you must not miss one of the most beautiful medieval castles ever built – Bodiam Castle. Bodiam is

14 05, 2020

Test 1 Level A2

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Do Test 1 Level A2 Pre-Intermediate Test 1 Level A2 Pre-Intermediate is for students of the ninth and tenth grades learning English as a foreign language. Task 1. Read the passage and answer the questions 1–5 (only one answer is possible). OLYMPIC GAMES In 776 BC the first Olympic Games were held at the foot

8 05, 2020

Speaking Writing Test 10 Year 7

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Develop your speaking and writing skills Do Speaking Writing Test 10 Year 7 Speaking Speak about London. Say what you have learned about: the city’s location the river it stands on its history the city’s landmarks its famous people the sights you would like to visit and why. Writing Task 1. Choose the correct variant.

7 05, 2020

Speaking Writing Test 9 Year 7

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Develop your speaking and writing skills Do Speaking Writing Test 9 Year 7 Speaking Speak about the things you usually do at home. Give some information about: whether you like to work about the house what household duties each member of your family has what you did about the house yesterday whether your parents were

7 05, 2020

Speaking Writing Test 8 Year 7

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Develop your speaking and writing skills Do Speaking Writing Test 8 Year 7 Speaking You are going to visit London during your summer holidays. Tell about your plans. Give some information about: why you’re going to London where you want to go what sights you want to see where you would like to live what