Bases of English grammar

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Санкт-Петербургская академия управления и экономики Контрольная работа по дисциплине: «Английский язык» Выполнил: Студентка Санкт-Петербург 2009 I. Insert the right verbs form in Passive voice In more than 200 years the USA Constitution will amend in 26 times. Many accidents are caused by dangerous driving. Football is played for hundred of years. The house will build by a pop star. A cinema is a place where films are shown. Everybody is shaken by the terrible news yesterday. A decision to make until the next meeting. Over 57 million students will enroll in American schools which range from kindergartens to high schools. Hundreds of people will employ by

the new factory this year. Four people were killed in a train crash. II. Insert the right verbs form in Present Tense (Simple/Continuous) 1. Excuse me; I search for the public telephone. Is there one near here? 2. Today the world the change so rapidly; things never stay the same. 3.You do not hear what I am saying because you are very absent-minded today. 4.Willy hears not from his Uncle Alex since the latter immigrated to Canada. 5.Jeremy play not basketball this season; he wants to concentrate on his studies. 6.I am sorry Ann can't come to the phone right now because she tasks a shower. 7.- Hello! May I speak to John, please? - Sorry, he is out. He has gone to the library. He read for his History exam there. 8.Anne is a fashion designer; she goes to the opening of every new

fashion show in the city. 9.There! I see this big heavy cloud in the sky? I am sure it'll rain in a minute. 10.- What are you looking for? -I leave my umbrella somewhere, and now I don't know where it is. 11.Who take my newspaper? It was on my desk a minute ago. 12.Be careful with paint. It is contain a certain amount of lead. III. Insert the right verbs form in Past Tense (Simple/Continuous) Her face was stained with tears and her eyes were red. She cried. He had been away for many years and when he visited his native town, he saw that it changed greatly. The trouble started when Mrs. Leslie Cady lost control of her car on a narrow mountain road. A man once built a house and invited his friends to visit him. When I first came to England in 1938, I thought I knew English fairly

well. 6.When Alice was small, she was afraid of darkness and always slept with the light on. Greg didn't want to be late for the theatre. He drove as fast as he could. The play began as he walked in the door of the theatre. Everybody was laughing merrily while Harris told them a funny story. 9.She was not interested in the book because she understood it. I handed Betsy today's newspaper, but she didn't want it. She read it during her lunch. We watched TV for ten minutes when the electricity went off. While the kids played in the garden, their mother was hurriedly cooking dinner. IV. 1) Choose the right pronoun (Reflexive/Emphatic) 1.The children must tidy their room themselves. 2.Paul had a wash and dried himself with a towel. 3.Kevin was speaking by himself when I entered the

room. 4.If we believe in ourselves, we can accomplish our goals. 5.History repeats itself. 6.Good-bye Charles and Nora! Have a nice holiday and look after yourself. 7.Please help yourself to some cakes, children! 8.People usually enjoy themselves at family reunions. 9.Don't bother to ask him. I will do it myself. 10.How is your aunt feeling herself today? 2) Chose the right pronoun (Personal/Possessive) 1.Have you told your mother about your boy friend? 2.Could you drive meup to town? 3.Don't keep the children indoors in this fine weather; let them go for a walk. 4.Why not speak to Jenny and ask hers for advice? 5.We have a large garden. Do you know where our garden is? 6.They want your phone number. Please tell it to them. 7.My textbook is at home today. Will you, please, give