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20 10, 2020

Present Simple Tense Exercises

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Let's do the Present Simple Tense exercises Level A1 Elementary Doing Present Simple Tense exercises you will have good practice. Task 1. Make negative sentences Example: She cooks breakfast. – She doesn’t cook breakfast. I take letters. She thinks about flowers. Mike goes home alone. Lena watches the butterflies. They make noise. I know the words.

18 10, 2020

Present Simple Questions

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Grammar Time Let's revise how to form Present Simple Questions Present Simple Types of Questions Elementary School Level A1 Put Yes/No questions to the sentences.  Dolphins live in the sea. She loves skipping. She knows many chants. He can play chess. They play computer games. I read books in the afternoon. My friend has dancing

29 09, 2020

Possessive Case Exercises

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Possessive Case Exercise Revise how the Possessive Case is formed and have practice doing Possessive Case Exercises. Task 1. Translate into Ukrainian our teacher's tablet the dogs' hut the men's sandwiches the woman's budgies our baby's toys the mice's cage my friend's car my friend's cars my friends' car my friends' cars Task 2. Choose the

24 09, 2020

Possessive Case

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Possessive Case Іменники у присвійному відмінку Possessive Case виражають приналежність когось/чогось особі чи предмету і відплвідають на запитання whose (чий/чия/чиє/чиї).  Присвійний відмінок однини утворюється додаванням до іменника апострофа і закінчення -s: the cat's food - їжа кота the dog's toy - іграшка собаки the kitten's basket - кошик кошеняти sister's laptop - ноутбук сестри dad's

3 09, 2020

Grammar Test Year 3

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Grammar Time To do this grammar test Year 3 well, you should at first revise Present Simple and Present Continuous. Grammar Test Year 3 Part 1 Choose the right form. 1.The book … interesting. am are is 2. What … the weather like today? am are is 3. We … home at 12 o’clock every

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