National College English Test Band FourCET-4

 

Lesson 1         Excuse me!

Listen to the tape then answer this question. Whose handbag is it?

 

Excuse me!

 

Yes?

 

Is this your handbag?

 

Pardon?

 

Is this your handbag?

 

Yes, it is.

Thank you very much.

 

 

 

Lesson      2          Is this your …?

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.

 

1    Is this your pen?

      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

2    Is this your pencil?

      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

3    Is this your book?

      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

4    Is this your watch?

      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

5    Is this your coat?

      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

6    Is this your dress?

      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

7    Is this your skirt?

      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

8    Is this your shirt?
     
      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

9    Is this your car?
     
      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

10  Is this your house?

      Yes, it is.
      Thank you very much.

 

 

 

Lesson 3         Sorry, sir.

Listen to the tape then answer this question. Does the man get his umbrella back?

 

(cloakroom)
My coat and my umbrella please.
Here is my ticket.

Thank you, sir.
Number five.
Here`s your umbrella and your coat.

This is not my umbrella.

Sorry, sir.
Is this your umbrella?

No, it isn`t.

Is this it?

Yes, it is.
Thank you very much.

 

 

 

Lesson      4          Is this your …?

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.

 

1    Is this your pen?
     
      No. It isn`t my pen. It`s your pen.

2    Is this your pencil?

      No. It isn`t my pencil. It`s your pencil.

3    Is this your book?

      No. It isn`t my book. It`s your book.

4    Is this your watch?
     
      No. It isn`t my watch. It`s your watch.

5    Is this your coat?

      No. It isn`t my coat. It`s your coat.

6    Is this your dress?

      No. It isn`t my dress. It`s your dress.

7    Is this your skirt?

      No. It isn`t my skirt. It`s your skirt.

8    Is this your shirt?
     
      No. It isn`t my shirt. It`s your shirt.

9    Is this your car?

      No. It isn`t my car. It`s your car.

10  Is this your house?
     
      No. It isn`t my house. It`s your house.

11  Is this your suit?
     
      No. It isn`t my suit. It`s your suit.

12  Is this your school?
     
      No. It isn`t my school. It`s your school.

13  Is this your teacher?
     
      No. He/She isn`t my teacher. He`s/She`s your teacher.

14  Is this your son?

      No. He isn`t my son. He`s your son.

15  Is this your daughter?

      No. She isn`t my daughter. She`s your daughter.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      5          Nice to meet you.

Listen to the tape then answer this question. Is Chang-woo Chinese?

 

MR. BLAKE:     Good morning.
STUDENTS:     Good morning, Mr. Blake.

MR. BLAKE:     This is Miss Sophie Dupont.
                       Sophie is a new student. She is French.

MR. BLAKE:     Sophie, this is Hans.
                       He is German.
HANS:             Nice to meet you.

MR. BLAKE:     And this is Naoko.
                       She`s Japanese.
NAOKO:          Nice to meet you.

MR. BLAKE:     And this is Chang-woo.
                       He`s Korean.
CHANG-WOO: Nice to meet you.

MR. BLAKE:     And this is Luming.
                       He`s Chinese.
LUMING:         Nice to meet you.

MR. BLAKE:     And this is Xiaohui.
                       She`s Chinese, too.
XIAOHUI:         Nice to meet you.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      6          What make is it?

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.

 

1    It`s a Volvo. (Swedish)

2    It`s a Peugeot. (French)

3    It`s a Mercedes. (German)

4    It`s a Toyota. (Japanese)

5    It`s a Daewoo. (Korean)

6    It`s a Mini. (English)

7    It`s a Ford. (American)

8    It`s a Fiat. (Italian)

 

Written exercises

A    Complete these sentences using He, She or It.

Examples:
Stella is a student. _____ isn`t German. _____ is Spanish.
Stella is a student. She isn`t German. She is Spanish.

Alice is a student. _____ isn’t German. _____ is French.
Alice is a student. She isn`t German. She is French.

This is her car. _____ is a French car.
This is her car. It is a French car.

Hans is a student. _____ isn`t French. _____ is German.
Hans is a student. He isn`t French. He is German.

This is his car. _____ is a German car.
This is his car. It is a German car.

B    Write questions and answers using He, She, It, a or an.

Examples:
This is Miss Sophie Dupont. French/(Swedish)
Is she a French student or a Swedish student?
She isn`t a Swedish student. She`s a French student.
This is a Volvo. Swedish/(French)
Is it a Swedish car or a French car?
It isn`t a French car. It`s a Swedish car.

1    This is Naoko. Japanese/(German)
      Is she a Japanese student or a German student?
      She isn`t a German student. She`s a Japanese.

2    This is a Peugeot. French/(German)
      Is it a French car or a German car?
      It isn`t a German car. It`s a French car.

3    This is Hans. German/(Italian)
      Is he a German student or an Italian student?
      He isn`t an Italian. He`s a German student.

4    This is Xiaohui. Chinese/(Italian)
      Is she a Chinese student or an Italian student?
      She isn`t an Italian student. She`s a Chinese student.

5    This is a Mini. English/(American)
      Is it an English car or an American car?
      It isn`t an American car. It`s an English car.

6    This is Chang-woo. Korean/(Japanese)
      Is he a Korean student or a Japanese student?
      He isn`t a Japanese student. He`s a Korean student.

7    This is a Fiat. Italian/(English)
      Is it an Italian car or an English car?
      It isn`t an English car. It`s an Italian car.

8    This is Luming. Chinese/(English)
      Is he a Chinese student or an English student?
      He isn`t an English student. He`s a Chinese student.

9    This is a Mercedes. German/(French)
      Is it a German car or a French car?
      It isn`t a French car. It`s a German car.

10  This is a Toyota. Japanese/(Chinese)
      Is it a Japanese car or a Chinese car?
      It isn`t a Chinese car. It`s a Japanese car.

11  This is a Ford. American/(English)
      Is it an American car or an English car?
      It isn`t an English car. It`s an American car.

12  This is a Daewoo. Korean/(Japanese)
      Is it a Korean car or a Japanese car?
      It isn`t a Japanese car. It`s a Korean car.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      7          Are you a teacher?

Listen to the tape then answer this question. What is Robert`s job?

 

ROBERT:   I am a new student. My name`s Robert.
SOPHIE:    Nice to meet you. My name`s Sophie.

ROBERT:   Are you French?
SOPHIE:    Yes, I am.

SOPHIE:    Are you French, too?
ROBERT:   No, I am not.

SOPHIE:    What nationality are you?
ROBERT:   I`m Italian.

ROBERT:   Are you a teacher?
SOPHIE:    No, I`m not.

ROBERT:   What`s your job?
SOPHIE:    I`m a keyboard operator.

SOPHIE:    What`s your job?
ROBERT:   I`m an engineer.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      8    What`s your job?

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.

 

1    I`m a policeman.

2    I`m a policewoman.

3    I`m a taxi driver.

4    I`m an air hostess.

5    I`m a postman.

6    I`m a nurse.

7    I`m a mechanic.

8    I`m a hairdresser.

9    I`m a housewife.

10  I`m a milkman.

 

Written exercises

A    Complete these sentences using am or is.

Example:
My name _____ Xiaohui. I _____ Chinese.
My name is Xiaohui. I am Chinese.

1    My name _____ Robert. I _____ a student. I _____ Italian.
      My name is Robert. I am a student. I am Italian.

2    Sophie _____ not Italian. She _____ French.
      Sophie is not Italian. She is French.

3    Mr. Blake _____ my teacher. He _____ not French.
      Mr. Blake is my teacher. He is not French.

B    Write questions and answers using his, her, he, she, a or an.

Examples:
keyboard operator
What`s her job? Is she a keyboard operator? Yes, she is.
engineer
What`s his job? Is he an engineer? Yes, he is.

1    policeman
      What`s his job? Is he a policeman? Yes, he is.

2    policewoman
      What`s her job? Is she a policewoman? Yes, she is.

3    taxi driver
      What`s his job? Is he a taxi driver? Yes, he is.

4    air hostess
      What`s her job? Is she an air hostess? Yes, she is.

5    postman
      What`s his job? Is he a postman? Yes, he is.

6    nurse
      What`s her job? Is she a nurse? Yes, she is.

7    mechanic
      What`s his job? Is he a mechanic? Yes, he is.

8    hairdresser
      What`s his job? Is he a hairdresser? Yes, he is.

9    housewife
      What`s her job? Is she a housewife? Yes, she is.

10  milkman
      What`s his job? Is he a milkman? Yes, he is.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      9          How are you today?

Listen to the tape then answer this question. How is Emma?

 

STEVEN:    Hello, Helen.
HELEN:      Hi, Steven.

STEVEN:    How are you today?
HELEN:      I`m very well, thank you. And you?

STEVEN:    I`m fine, thanks.

STEVEN:    How is Tony?
HELEN:      He`s fine, thanks. How`s Emma?
STEVEN:    She`s very well, too, Helen.

STEVEN:    Goodbye, Helen. Nice to see you.

HELEN:      Nice to see you, too, Steven. Goodbye.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      10        Look at …

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.

 

Written exercises

A    Complete these sentences using He`s, She`s or It`s.

Example:
Robert isn`t a teacher. _____ an engineer.
Robert isn`t a teacher. He`s an engineer.

1    Mr. Blake isn`t a student. _____ a teacher.
      Mr. Blake isn`t a student. He`s a teacher.

2    This isn`t my umbrella. _____ your umbrella.
      This isn`t my umbrella. It`s your umbrella.

3    Sophie isn`t a teacher. _____ a keyboard operator.
      Sophie isn`t a teacher. She`s a keyboard operator.

4    Steven isn`t cold. _____ hot.
      Steven isn`t cold. He`s hot.

5    Naoko isn`t Chinese. _____ Japanese.
      Naoko isn`t Chinese. She`s Japanese.

6    This isn`t a German car. _____ a Swedish car.
      This isn`t a German car. It`s a Swedish car.

B    Write sentences using He or She.

Example:
Helen/well
Look at Helen. She`s very well.

1    man/fat
      Look at that man. He`s very fat.

2    woman/thin
      Look at that woman. She`s very thin.

3    policeman/tall
      Look at that policeman. He`s very tall.

4    policewoman/short
      Look at that policewoman. She`s very short.

5    mechanic/dirty
      Look at that mechanic. He`s very dirty.

6    nurse/clean
      Look at that nurse. She`s very clean.

7    Steven/hot
      Look at Steven. He`s very hot.

8    Emma/cold
      Look at Emma. She`s very cold.

9    milkman/old
      Look at that milkman. He`s very old.

10  air hostess/young
      Look at that air hostess. She`s very young.

11  hairdresser/busy
      Look at that hairdresser. He`s very busy.

12  housewife/lazy
      Look at that housewife. She`s very lazy.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      11        Is this your shirt?

Listen to the tape then answer this question. Whose shirt is white?

 

TEACHER: Whose shirt is that?

TEACHER: Is this your shirt, Dave?
DAVE:        No, sir. It`s not my shirt.

DAVE:        This is my shirt. My shirt`s blue.

TEACHER: Is shirt Tim`s?
DAVE:        Perhaps it is, sir. Tim`s shirt`s whiter.

TEACHER: Tim!
TIME:         Yes, sir?

TEACHER: Is this your shirt?
TIM:           Yes, sir.

TEACHER: Here you are. Catch!
TIM:           Thank you, sir.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      12  Whose is this …? This is my/your/his/her …
                  Whose is that …? That is my /your/her …

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.
     

Written exercises

A    Complete these sentences using my, your, his or hers.

Example:
Hans is here. That is _____ car.
Hans is here. That is his car.

1    Stella is here. That is _____ car.
      Stella is here. That is her car.

2    Excuse me, Steven. Is this _____ umbrella?
      Excuse me, Steven, Is this your umbrella?

3    I am an air hostess. _____ name is Britt.
      I am an air hostess. My name is Britt.

4    Paul is here, too. That is _____ coat.
      Paul is here, too. That is his coat.

B    Write questions and answers using `s, his and hers.

Example:
shirt/Tim
Whose is this shirt? It`s Tim`s. It`s his shirt.

1    handbag/Stella
      Whose is this handbag? It`s Stella`s. It`s hers handbag.

2    car/Paul
      Whose is this car? It`s Paul`s. It`s his car.

3    coat/Sophie
      Whose is this coat? It`s Sophie`s. It`s hers coat.

4    umbrella/Steven
      Whose is this umbrella? It`s Steven`s. It`s his umbrella.

5    pen/my son
      Whose is this pen? It`s my son`s. It`s his pen.

6    dress/my daughter
      Whose is this dress? It`s my daughter`s. It`s hers dress.

7    suit/my father
      Whose is this suit? It`s my father`s. It`s his suit.

8    skirt/my mother
      Whose is this skirt? It`s my mother`s. It`s hers skirt.

9    blouse/my sister
      Whose is this blouse? It`s my sister`s. It` hers blouse.

10  tie/my brother
      Whose is this tie? It`s my brother`s. It`s his tie.

11  pen/Sophie
      Whose is this pen? It`s Sophie`s. It`s hers pen.

12  pencil/Hans
      Whose is this pencil? It`s Hans`s. It`s his pencil.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      13        A new dress

Listen to the tape then anwser this question. What colour is Anna`s hat?

 

LOUISE:    What colour`s your new dress?
ANNA:        It`s green.

ANNA:        Come upstairs and see it.
LOUISE:    Thank you.

ANNA:        Look! Here it is!
LOUISE:    That`s a nice dress. It`s very smart.

ANNA:        My hat`s new, too.
LOUISE:    What colour is it?

ANNA:        It`s the same colour. It`s green, too.

LOUISE:    That is a lovely hat!

 

 

 

 

Lesson      14        What colour`s your …?

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.

 

Written exercises

A    Rewrite these sentences.

Example:
This is Stella. This is her handbag.
This is Stella`s handbag.

1    This is Paul. This is his car.
      This is Paul`s car.

2    This is Sophie. This is her coat.
      This is Sophie`s coat.

3    This is Helen. This is her dog.
      This is Helen`s dog.

4    This is my father. This is his suit.
      This is my father`s suit.

5    This is my daughter. This is her dress.
      This is my daughter`s dress.

 

B    Write sentences using `s, his or her.

Example:
Steven/umbrella/black
What colour`s Steven`s umbrella? His umbrella`s black.

1    Steven/car/blue
      What colour`s Steven`s car? His car`s blue.

2    Tim/shirt/white
      What colour`s Tim`s shirt? His shirt`s white.

3    Sophie/coat/grey
      What colour`s Sophie`s coat? Her coat`s grey.

4    Mrs. White/carpet/red
      What colour`s Mr. White`s carpet. Her carpet`s red.

5    Dave/tie/orange
      What colour`s Dave`s tie? His tie`s orange.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      15        Your passports, please.

Listen to the tape then answer this question.
Is there a problem with the Customs officer?

 

CUSTOMS OFFICER:  Are you Swedish?
GIRLS:                        No, we are not. We are Danish.

CUSTOMS OFFICER:  Are your friends Danish, too?
GIRLS:                        No, they aren`t. They are Norwegian.

CUSTOMS OFFICER:  Your passports, please.
GIRLS:                        Here they are.

CUSTOMS OFFICER:  Are these your cases?
GIRLS:                        No, they aren`t.

GIRLS:                        Our cases are brown. Here they are.

CUSTOMS OFFICER:  Are you tourists?
GIRLS:                        Yes, we are.

CUSTOMS OFFICER:  Are your friends tourists too?
GIRLS:                        Yes, they are.

CUSTOMS OFFICER:  That`s fine.

GIRLS:                        Thank you very much.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      16        Are you …?

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.

 

1    Are you Russian?   Yes, we are.

2    Are you English? Yes, we are.

3    Are you American? Yes, we are.

4    Are you Dutch? Yes, we are.

 

Are these your …? What colour are your …?

1    red books
      Are these your book?   Yes, they are.
      What colour are your books? Our books are red.

2    white shirts
      Are these your shirts? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your shirts? Our shirts are white.

3    grey coats
      Are these your coats? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your coats? Our coats are grey.

4    yellow tickets
      Are these your tickets? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your tickets? Our tickets are yellow.

5    blue suits
      Are these your suits? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your suits? Our suits are blue.

6    black and grey hats
      Are these your hats? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your hats? Our hats are black and grey.

7    green passports
      Are these your passports? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your passports? Our passports are green.

8    black umbrellas
      Are these your umbrellas? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your umbrellas? Our umbrellas are black.

9    white handbags
      Are these your handbags? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your handbags? Our handbags are white.

10  orange ties
      Are these your ties? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your ties? Our ties are orange.

11  brown and white dogs
      Are these your dogs? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your dogs? Our dogs are brown and white.

12  blue pens
      Are these your pens? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your pens? Our pens are blue.

13  red cars
      Are these your cars? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your cars? Our cars are red.

14  green dresses
      Are these your dresses? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your dresses? Our dresses are green.

15  yellow blouses
      Are these your blouses? Yes, they are.
      What colour are your blouses? Our blouses are yellow.

 

Written exercises

A    Complete these sentences using a or an.

Examples:
It is _____ Swedish car. It is a Swedish car.
She is _____ air hostess. She is an air hostess.

1    It is _____ English car. It is an English car.

2    It is _____ Japanese car. It is a Japanese car.

3    It is _____ Italian car. It is an Italian car.

4    It is _____ French car. It is a French car.

5    It is _____ American car. It is an American.

6    Robert is not _____ teacher. Robert is not a teacher.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      17        How do you do?

Listen to the tape then answer this question.
What are Michael Baker and Jeremy Short`s jobs?
      Answer:      They`re sales reps.

 

MR. JACKSON:      Come and meet our employees, Mr. Richards.
MR. RICHARDS:    Thank you, Mr. Jackson.

MR. JACKSON:      This is Nicola Grey, and this is Claire Taylor.
MR. RICHARDS:    How do you do?

MR. RICHARDS:    Those women are very hard-working. What are their jobs?
MR. JACKSON:      They`re keyboard operators.

MR. JACKSON:      This is Michael Baker, and this is Jeremy Short.
MR. RICHARDS:    How do you do?

MR. RICHARDS:    They aren`t very busy! What are their jobs?
MR. JACKSON:      They`re sales reps. They`re very lazy.

MR. RICHARDS:    Who is this young man?
MR. JACKSON:      This is Jim. He`s our office assistant.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      18  What are their jobs?

Listen to the tape and anwer the questions.

 

1    sales reps
      What are their jobs? They`re sales reps.

2    keyboard operators
      What are their jobs? They`re keyboard operators.

3    mechanics
      What are their jobs? They`re mechanics.

4    engineers
      What are their jobs? They`re engineers.

5    hairdressers
      What are their jobs? They`re hairdressers.

6    teachers
      What are their jobs? They`re teachers.

7    customs officers
      What are their jobs? They`re customs officers.

8    taxi drivers
      What are their jobs? They`re taxi drivers.

9    nurses
      What are their job? They`re nurses.

10  air hostesses
      What are their jobs? They`re air hostesses.

11  housewives
      What are their jobs? They`re housewives.

12  milkmen
      What are their jobs? They`re milkmen.

13  postmen
      What are their jobs? They`re postmen.

14  policemen
      What are their jobs? They`re policemen.

15  policewomen
      What are their jobs? They`re policewomen.

 

Written exercises

A    Complete these sentences using He, She, We or They.

Example:
Those men are lazy. ­_____­­­­ are sales reps.
Those men are lazy. They are sales reps.

1    That man is tall. _____­­­­ is a policeman.
      That man is tall. He is a policeman.

2    Those girls are busy. _____­­­­ are keyboard operators.
      Those girls are busy. They are keyboard operators.

3    Our names are Britt and Inge. _____­­­­ are Swedish.
      Our names are Britt and Inge. We are Swedish.

4    Look at our office assistant. _____­­­­ is very hard-working.
      Look at our office assistant. He is very hard-working.

5    Look at Nicola. _____­­­­ is very pretty.
      Look at Nicola. She is very pretty.

6    Michael Baker and Jeremy Short are employees. _____­­­­ are sales reps.
      Michael Baker and Jeremy Short are employees. They are sales reps.

 

B    Write questions and answers.

Example:
(mechanics)/sales reps
What are their jobs?
Are they mechanics or sales reps?
They aren`t mechanics. They`re sales reps.

1    (keyboard operators)/air hostesses
      What are their jobs?
      Are they keyboard operators or air hostesses?
      They aren`t keyboard operators. They`re air hostesses.

2    (postmen)/policemen
      What are their jobs?
      Are they postmen or policemen?
      They aren`t postmen. They`re policemen.

3    (policewomen)/nurses
      What are their jobs?
      Are they policewomen or nurses?
      They aren`t policewomen. They`re nurses.

4    (customs officers)/hairdressers
      What are their jobs?
      Are they customs officers or hairdressers?
      They aren`t customs officers. They`re hairdressers.

5    (hairdressers)/teachers
      What are their jobs?
      Are they hairdressers or teachers?
      They aren`t hairdressers. They`re teachers.

6    (engineers)/taxi drivers
      What are their jobs?
      Are they engineers or taxi drivers?
      They aren`t engineers. They `re taxi drivers.

7    (policewomen)/keyboard operators
      What are their jobs?
      Are they policewomen or keyboard operators?
      They aren`t policewomen. They`re keyboard operators.

8    (milkmen)/engineers
      What are their jobs?
      Are they milkmen or engineers?
      They aren`t milkmen. They`re engineers.

9    (policemen)/milkmen
      What are their jobs?
      Are they policemen or milkmen?
      They aren`t policemen. They`re milkmen.

10  (nurses)/housewives
      What are their jobs?
      Are they nurses or housewives?
      They aren`t nurses. They`re housewives.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      19        Tired and thirsty

Listen to the tape then answer this question.
Why do the children thank their mother?
Answer: Because their mother bought ice creams for them.

MOTHER:  What`s the matter, children?
GIRL:         We`re tired …
BOY:          … and thirsty, Mum.

MOTHER:  Sit down here.

MOTHER:  Are you all reight now?
BOY:          No, we aren`t.

MOTHER:  Look! There`s an ice cream man.

MOTHER:  Two ice creams please.

MOTHER:  Here you are, children.
CHILDREN:      Thanks, Mum.

GIRL:         These ice creams are nice.

MOTHER:  Are you all right now?
CHILDREN:      Yes, we are, thank you!

 

 

 

 

Lesson      20        Look at them!

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.

 

1    Look at them! They`re clean.

2    Look at them! They`re dirty.

3    Look at them! They`re hot.

4    Look at them! They`re cold.

5    Look at them! They`re fat.

6    Look at them! They`re thin.

7    Look at them! They`re big.

8    Look at them! They`re small.

9    Look at them! They`re open.

10  Look at them! They`re shut.

11  Look at them! They`re light.

12  Look at them! They`re heavy.

13  Loot at them! They`re old.

14  Look at them! They`re young.

15  Look at them! They`re old.

16  Look at them! They`re new.

17  Look at them! They`re short.

18  Look at them! They`re tall.

19  Look at them! They`re short.

20  Look at them! They`re long.

 

Written exercises

A Complete these sentences using am, is or are.

Example:
Those children _____ thirsty.
Those children are thirsty.

1    Those children _____ tired.
      Those children are tired.

2    Their mother _____ tired, too.
      Their mother is tired, too.

3    That ice cream man _____ very busy.
      That ice cream man is very busy.

4    His ice creams _____ very nice.
      His ice creams are very nice.

5    What`s the matter, children? We _____ thirsty.
      What`s the matter, children? We are thirsty.

6    What`s the matter, Tim? I _____ tired.
      What`s the matter, Tim? I am tired.

 

B    Write questions and answers.

Example:
his shoes(dirty)/clean
Are his shoes dirty or clean?
They`re not dirty. They`re clean.

1    the children(tired)/thirsty
      Are the children tired or thirsty?
      They`re not tired. They`re thirsty.

2    the postmen(cold)/hot
      Are the postmen cold or hot?
      They`re not cold. They`re hot.

3    the hairdressers(thin)/fat
      Are the hairdressers thin or fat?
      They`re not thin. They`re fat.

4    the shoes(small)/big
      Are the shoes small or big?
      They`re not small. They`re big.

5    the shops(shut)/open
      Are the shops shut or open?
      They`re not shut. They`re open.

6    his cases(heavy)/light
      Are his cases heavy or light?
      They`re not heavy. They`re light.

7    grandmother and grandfather(young)/old
      Are grandmother and grandfather young or old?
      They`re not young. They`re old.

8    their hats(old)/new
      Are their hats old or new?
      They`re not old. They`re new.

9    the policemen(short)/tall
      Are the policemen short or tall?
      They`re not short. They`re tall.

10  his trousers(short)/long
      Are his trousers short or long?
      They`re not trousers. They`re long.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      21        Which book?

Listen to the tape the answer this question.
Which book does the man want?
Answer:      The man wants the red book.

 

MAN:         Give me a book please, Jane.

WOMAN:   Which book?

WOMAN:   This one?

MAN:         No, not that one. The red one.

WOMAN:   This one?
MAN:         Yes, please.

WOMAN:   Here you are.
MAN:         Thank you.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      22        Give me/him/her/us/them a …
                       Which one?

Written exercises

A    Complete these sentences using His, Her, Our or Their.

Example:
Is this Tim`s shirt? No, it`s not. _____ shirt is white.
Is this Tim`s shirt? No, it`s not. His shirt is white.

1    Is this Nicola`s coat? No, it`s not. _____ coat is grey.
      Is this Nicola`s coat? No, it`s not. Her coat is grey.

2    Are these your pens? No, they`re not. _____ pens are blue.
      Are these your pens? No, they`re not. Our pens are blue.

3    Is this Mr. Jackson`s hat? No, it`s not. _____ hat is black.
      Is this Mr. Jackson`s hat? No, it`s not. His hat is black.

4    Are these the children`s books? No, they`re not. _____ books are red.
      Are these the children`s books? No, they`re not. Their books are red.

5    Is this Helen`s dog? No, it`s not. _____ dog is brown and white.
      Is this Helen`s dog? No, it`s not. Her dog is brown and white.

6    Is this your father`s tie? No, it`s not. _____ tie is orange.
      Is this your father`s tie? No, it`s not. His tie is orange.

 

B    Write questions and answers.

Example:
book/(this blue)/that red
Give me a book please.
Which one? This blue one?
No, not this blue one. That red one.
Here you are.
Thank you.

1    cup/(this dirty)/that clean
      Give me a cup please.
      Which one? This dirty one?
      No, not this dirty one. That clean one.
      Here you are.
      Thank you.

2    glass/(this empty)/that full
      Give me a glass please.
      Which one? This empty one?
      No, not this empty one. That full one.
      Here you are.
      Thank you.

3    bottle/(this large)/that small
      Give me a bottle please.
      Which one? This large one?
      No, not this large one. That small one.
      Here you are.
      Thank you.

4    box/(this big)/that little
      Give me a box please.
      Which one? This big one?
      No, not this big one. That little one.
      Here you are.
      Thank you.

5    tin/(this new)/that old
      Give me a tin please.
      Which one? This new one?
      No, not this new one. That old one.
      Here you are.
      Thank you.

6    knife/(this sharp)/that blunt
      Give me a knife please.
      Which one? This sharp one?
      No, not this sharp one. That blunt one.
      Here you are.
      Thank you.

7    spoon/(this new)/that old
      Give me a spoon please.
      Which one? This new one?
      No, not this new one. That old one.

8    fork/(this large)/that small
      Give me a fork please.
      Which one? This large one?
      No, not this large one. That small one.
      Here you are.
      Thank you.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      23        Which glasses?

Listen to the tape then answer this question.
Which glasses does the man want?
Answer:      The man wants the glasses on the shelf.

 

MAN:         Give me some glasses please, Jane.

WOMAN:   Which glasses?

WOMAN:   These glasses?

MAN:   No, not those. The ones on the shelf.

WOMAN:   These?
MAN:         Yes, please.

WOMAN:   Here you are.
MAN:         Thanks.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      24        Give me/him/her/us/them some …
                             Which ones?

 

Written exercises

A    Complete these sentences using me, him, her, us or them.

Example:
Give Tim this shirt. Give _____ this one, too.
Give Time this shirt. Give him this one, too.

1    Give Jane this watch. Give _____ this one, too.
      Give Jane this watch. Give her this one, too.

2    Give the children these ice creams. Give _____ these, too.
      Give the children these ice creams. Give them these, too.

3    Give Tom this book. Give _____ this one, too.
      Give Tom this book. Give him this one, too.

4    That is my passport. Give _____ my passport please.
      That is my passport. Give me my passport please.

5    That is my coat. Give _____ my coat please.
      That is my coat. Give me my coat please.

6    Those are our umbrellas. Give _____ our umbrellas please.
      Those are our umbrellas. Give us our umbrellas please.

 

B    Write questions and answers.

Example:
glasses/on the shelf
Give me some glasses please.
Which ones? These?
No, not those. The ones on the shelf.

1    pens/on the desk
      Give me some pens please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the desk.

2    ties/on the chair
      Give me some ties please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the chair.

3    spoons/on the table
      Give me some spoons please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the table.

4    plates/on the cupboard
      Give me some plates please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the cupboard.

5    cigarettes/on the television
      Give me some cigarettes please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the television.

6    boxes/on the floor
      Give me some boxes please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the floor.

7    bottles/on the dressing table          
      Give me some bottles please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the dressing table.

8    books/on the shelf
      Give me some books please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the shelf.

9    magazines/on the bed
      Give me some magazines please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the bed.

10  newspapers/on the stereo
      Give me some newspapers please.
      Which ones? These?
      No, not those. The ones on the stereo.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      25        Mrs. Smith`s kitchen

Listen to the tape then answer this question.
What colour is the electric cooker?
Answer:      The electric cooker is blue.

 

Mrs. Smith`s kitchen is small.
There is a refrigerator in the kitchen.
The refrigerator is white.
It is on the right.
There is an electric cooker in the kitchen.
The cooker is blue.
It is on the left.
There is a table in the middle of the room.
There is a bottle on the table.
The bottle is empty.
There is a cup on the table, too.
The cup is clean.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      26        Where is it?

 

Written exercises

A    Complete these sentences using a or the.

Example:
Give me _____ book. Which book? _____ book on the table.
Give me a book. Which book? The book on the table.

1    Give me _____ glass. Which glass? _____ empty one.
      Give me a glass. Which glass? The empty one.

2    Give me some cups. Which cups? _____ cups on the table.
      Give me some cups. Which cups? The cups on the table.

3    Is there _____ book on _____ table? Yes, there is. Is _____ book red?
      Is there a book on the table? Yes, there is. Is the book red?

4    Is there _____ knife in that box? Yes, there is. Is _____ knife sharp?
      Is there a knife in that box? Yes, there is. Is the knife sharp?

 

B    Write sentences using these words.

Example:
refrigerator in the kitchen/white
There`s a refrigerator in the kitchen.
The refrigerator is white.

1    cup on the table/clean
      There`s a cup on the table.
      The cup is clean.

2    box on the floor/large
      There`s a box on the floor.
      The box is large.

3    glass in the cupboard/empty
      There`s a glass in the cupboard.
      The glass is empty.

4    knife on the plate/sharp
      There`s a knife on the plate.
      The knife is sharp.

5    fork on the tin/dirty
      There`s a fork on the tin.
      The fork is dirty.

6    bottle in the refrigerator/full
      There`s a bottle in the refrigerator.
      The bottle is full.

7    pencil on the desk/blunt
      There`s a pencil on the desk.
      The pencil is blunt.

8    spoon in the cup/small
      There`s a spoon in the cup.
      The spoon is small.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      27        Mrs. Smith`s living room

Listen to the tape then answer this question. Where are the books?
Answer:      The books are on the stereo.

 

Mrs. Smith`s living room is large.
There is a television is in the room.
The television is near the window.
There are some magazines on the television.
There is a table in the room.
There are some newspapers on the table.
There are some armchairs in the room.
The armchairs are near the table.
There is a stereo in the room.
The stereo is near the door.
There are some books on the stereo.
There are some pictures in the room.
The pictures are on the wall.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      28        Where are they?

Listen to the tape and answer the questions.

 

1    There are some cigarettes on the dressing table.
      They are near that box.

2    There are some plates on the cooker.
      They are clean.

3    There are some trousers on the bed.
      They are near that shirt.

4    There are some bottles in the refrigerator.
      They are empty.

5    There are some shoes on the floor.
      They`re near the bed.

6    There are some knives on the table.
      They`re in that box.

7    There are some forks on the shelf.
      They`re near those spoons.

8    There are some bottles on the cupboard.
      They`re near those tins.

9    There are some tickets on the shelf.
      They`re in that handbag.

10  There are some glasses on the television.
      There`re near those bottles.

 

Written exercises

A    Look at these words.

Examples:
      a book —— some books; a man —— some men; a housewife —— some housewives

Rewrite these sentences using There are.

Example:
      There is a book on the desk.
      There are some books on the desk.

1    There is a pencil on the desk.
      There are some pencils on the desk.

2    There is a knife near that tin.
      There are some knives near that tin.

3    There is a policeman in the kitchen.
      There are some policemen in the kitchen.

4    There is a newspaper in the living room.
      There are some newspapers in the living room.

5    There is a keyboard operator in the office.
      There are some keyboard operators in the office.

 

B    Write sentences using these words.

Example:
      (books)/on the dressing table/cigarettes/near that box
      Are there any books on the dressing table?
      No, there aren`t any books on the dressing table.
      There are some cigarettes.
      Where are they?
      They`re near that box.

1    (books)/in the room/magazines/on the television
      Are there any books in the room?
      No, there aren`t any books in the room.
      There are some magazines.
      Where are they?
      They`re on the television.

2    (ties)/on the floor/shoes/near the bed
      Are there any ties on the floor?
      No, there aren`t any ties on the floor.
      There are some shoes.
      Where are they?
      They`re near the bed.

3    (glasses)/on the cupboard/bottles/near those tins
      Are there any glasses on the cupboard?
      No, there aren`t any glasses on the cupboard.
      They are some bottles.
      Where are they?
      They`re near those tins.

4    (newspapers)/on the shelf/tickets/in that handbag
      Are there any newspapers on the shelf?
      No, there aren`t any newspapers on the shelf.
      They are some tickets.
      Where are they?
      They`re in that handbag.

5    (forks)/on the table/knives/in that box
      Are there any forks on the table?
      No, there aren`t any forks on the table.
      They are some knives.
      Where are they?
      They`re in that box.

6    (cups)/on the stereo/glasses/near those bottles
      Are there any cups on the stereo?
      No, there aren`t any cups on the stereo.
      There are some glasses.
      Where are they?
      They`re near those bottles.

7    (cups)/in the kitchen/plates/on the cooker
      Are there any cups in the kitchen?
      No, there aren`t any cups in the kitchen.
      There are some plates.
      Where are they?
      They`re on the cooker.

8    (glasses)/in the kitchen/bottles/in the refrigerator
      Are there any glasses in the kitchen?
      No, there aren`t any glasses in the kitchen.
      There are some bottles.
      Where are they?
      They`re in the refrigerator.

9    (books)/in the room/pictures/on the wall
      Are there any books in the room?
      No, there aren`t any books in the room.
      There are some pictures.
      Where are they?
      They`re on the wall.

10  (chairs)/in the room/armchairs/near the table
      Are there any chairs in the room?
      No, there aren`t any chairs in the room.
      There are some armchairs.
      Where are they?
      They`re near the table.

 

 

 

 

Lesson      29        Come in, Amy.

Listen to the tape then answer this question. How must Amy clean the floor?

 

MRS. JONES:  Come in, Amy.

MRS. JONES:  Shut the door, please.

MRS. JONES:  This bedroom`s very untidy.
AMY:               What must I do, Mrs. Jones?

MRS. JONES:  Open the window and air the room.

MRS. JONES:  Then put these clothes in the wardrobe.

MRS. JONES:  Then make the bed.

MRS. JONES:  Dust the dressing table.

MRS. JONES:  Then sweep the floor.

   




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