___Exercise I. Verb patterns___
Choose the correct verb form.
1. He invited me stay to stay
staying at his house.
2. I can't stand cookto cookcooking.
3. Write soon and let me knowto knowknowing what your plans are.
4.Joe forgot postto postposting the letter.
5. I don’t mind cookto cookcooking, as long as I don’t have to
do the shopping.
6. The climb was very long and tiring, so we often stopped haveto havehaving a rest.
7. He’s a very funny person. He always makes me laughto laughlaughing.
8. His mother told Ben washto washwashing his hands before the meal.
___Exercise II. Modal Verbs___
1. You mustn’tdon’t have
to tell Mary what I told you. It’s a secret.
2. The museum is free. You mustn’tdon’t have to pay to get in.
3. Children mustn’tdon’t have
to tell lies. It’s very naughty.
4. Terry’s a millionaire. He mustn’tdoesn’t have to go to work.
5. I mustn’tdon’t have
to do my washing. My mother does it for me.
6. We mustn’tdon’t have
to rush. We’ve got plenty of time.
7. You mustn’tdon’t have
to play with guns. They’re dangerous.
8. This is my favourite pen. You can borrow it, but you mustn’tdon’t have to lose it.
9. Shall I come with you? You can if you wont, but you mustn’tdon’t have to.
Put the verb into correct tense: the Present Simple or the
Example: ”Be quiet! I’m watching
(watch) this film!”
a.We usually takeare taking the bus to town, but today we goare going by car.
b.”Where do are you
usually gogoing on Friday
evening?” ”To a disco”
c.”It’s 11.30. Why do are you work working so late?” ”Because
I haveam having a
lot of homework.”
d.”Where doare your
parents live living?
”In a small village near Oxford.”
” DoAre they like liking living in the country?”
”Yes they do"
e.”What do are you
usually havehaving for
breakfast?” ”Toast. But today I haveam having some fruit because there isn’t any
f.”The telephone ringis ringing. Can you answer it?”
Îáðàòíî êúì òåñò