ENGLISH 5+6


ENGLISH IDIOMS

PARTS OF SPEECH














UNIT 1. FRIENDS

A. PRESENT SIMPLE (BE / HAVE)
     Exercises with the verb to be I
     Exercises with the verb to be II















UNIT 2. SHOPPING

     A. HOW MUCH/ HOW MANY?/ SOME / ANY
          Un/countable nouns exercises I

     B. SHOPPING VOCABULARY
         Shopping vocabulary

 
     C. PLURALS
         Plural nouns exercises I
           Plural nouns exercises II
           Plural nouns exercises III
           Plural nouns exercises IV





















UNIT 3. FOOD AND DRINK


     B. ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

         Adverbs of frequency exercises I
           Adverbs of frequency exercises II



     













    







   
    C. TELLING THE TIME
         Telling the time exercises I



     












    
     D. DATES
         How to write the date exercises I
           How to say the date exercises I
         The date in British English
         The date in American English
         Days of the week exercises I
         Days of the week exercises II
         Months exercises I
         Months exercises II
         Months exercises III





     

















     E. FOOD AND DRINK VOCABULARY
         Food and drink exercises I

UNIT 4. THE PAST


     A. PAST SIMPLE
         Irregular verbs exercise I
           Past simple exercises I
         Past simple exercises II
         Present simple and continuous exercises I











     














     B. AGO
          Ago exercise I

     C. NATIONALITIES VOCABULARY
         Countries, nationalities and languages exercises I

UNIT 5. ANIMALS


     A. CONJUNCTIONS AND, BUT, OR, BECAUSE


    












B. COLLOCATIONS WITH DO, MAKE, SPEND AND TAKE



















     





     




































     C. ANIMALS VOCABULARY
         Animals vocabulary exercises I

     D. THEIR, THERE, THEY´RE
         Their, there, they´re exercises I






















UNIT 6. LEISURE AND HOBBIES


     A. COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES



      


















     


     B. COMPARATIVE ADVERBS


     















    
     C. LEISURE AND HOBBIES VOCABULARY
         Free time activities exercises I
           Free time, sports and hobbies exercises I

     D. DESCRIPTIVE ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS
         Exercises with adjectives and adverbs I



UNIT 7. CLOTHES


     A. SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS TENSES (PRESENT AND PAST)
          Past continuous exercises I
          Past continuous exercises II
            Past simple and past continuous exercises I




     















    










  
B. CLOTHES VOCABULARY
     Clothes exercises I
     Clothes exercises II

C. ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE CLOTHES
     Describing clothing vocabulary exercises I

UNIT 8. ENTERTAINMENT

      A. MODALS



 


         Modal verbs exercise 1
         Modal verbs exercise 2
         Modal verbs exercise 3
         Modal verbs exercise 4
           Modal verbs exercises
         Have to / can / should
         Mustn´t or needn´t
         Can / may / must
         Might / must / should / can
         Must / should / have to / need
         Must or can´t
         Offers and requests
         Multiple choice test



     B. ENTERTAINMENT VOCABULARY

         Entertainment & media
         Entertainment for ket
           
UNIT 9. TRAVEL

     A. FUTURE WITH WILL AND GOING TO
          Exercises with will I
          Exercises with will II
          Exercises with going to
          Exercises with going to I

     

         Will or going to I
         Will/be going to
         Will or going to II
         Will or going to III
         Will or going to IV
           Will vs going to

     B. TRAVEL VOCABULARY
        The beach vocabulary
        Air travel vocabulary
        Hotels vocabulary
        Money vocabulary

UNIT 10. PLACES AND BUILDINGS

     A. THE PASSIVE- PRESENT AND PAST SIMPLE
          Passive Voice exercises I


 










    











    B. PLACES AND BUILDINGS VOCABULARY
         Around town vocabulary

    C. OPPOSITES
        Opposites adjectives exercises I


UNIT 11. SPORT


     A. WORD ORDER IN QUESTIONS



  






     















  












     B. VERBS IN THE -ING FORM (LIKE/LOVE/HATE/PREFER + ING)
         Infinitive / gerund exercises

     C. SPORT VOCABULARY
         Football vocabulary

UNIT 12. THE FAMILY

    A. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES AND PRONOUNS (SUBJECT, OBJECT AND REFLEXIVE).
        Pronouns exercises I
         



    
















    B. THE FAMILY VOCABULARY

UNIT 13. THE WEATHER / as....as/ too and enough / to, two, too.

    A. AS...AS
    B. TOO / ENOUGH

        TOO + ADJECTIVE =  Too big
        ADJECTIVE + ENOUGH = (not) big enough
        ENOUGH + NOUN = enough money
    C. TO / TWO / TOO


        I want to go to Italy
       She has two dogs
       They like pasta too

    D. THE WEATHER - VOCABULARY EXERCISES

UNIT 14. BOOKS AND STUDYING
  1.      A. ADJECTIVES + POSITION OF ADJECTIVES

  2. - Whats is an adjective? Adjectives describe things. We use adjectives to modify nouns. Adjectives have no plural form and they do not change before masculine or feminine nouns.
                  There were three black dogs.         There were three blacks dogs.

    - We put most adjectives before a noun

                   We´ve got a new teacher.               He´s wearing an old jumper.

    We can make adjectives stronger or weaker with words like very, a bit, quite, extremely, etc. 
               What was the talk like? Oh, it was very interesting

               Yesterday it was quite warm, but it´s extremely cold today


- We can´t put very or extremely before some adjectives because they are already `extreme´. The adjectives are: wonderful, fantastic, excellent, awful, terrible, etc.        But we can use absolutely or really before these adjectives.

                That´s a really excellent book                That´s a very excellent book

                He scored an absolutely fantastic goal     He scored an extremely fantastic goal

- Sometimes we use two or more adjectives together, and in English there are rules about the order they go in.


OPINION /
QUALITY
SIZE
AGE
SHAPE
COLOUR
ORIGIN /
NATIONALITY
MATERIAL
PURPOSE/ TYPE
NOUN
lovely

old


English

sheep
dog
attractive
large

round


wooden

table
interesting






scientific
experiment
beautiful



red
Italian

sports
car

tall



American

basketball
player




















     B. I PREFER


       - We use it to say that we like one thing or activity more than another.

           She prefers climbing.                               I prefer studying Chinese   
    
       - We can use a prepositional phrase with to when we compare two things or actions.

               I prefer working here to working there.    We prefer going by ferry to flying.          
           -  We don’t use than after prefer:

           She prefers books to magazines                She prefers books than magazines

      C. I WOULD LIKE TO (I´D LIKE TO)

          We use it to say that we want to do something.

            I´d like to live here.                             He would like to be a pilot. 

      D. BOOKS AND STUDYING - VOCABULARY EXERCISES
UNIT 15. THE WORLD OF WORK

     A. PRESENT PERFECT

          Present perfect exercises I
          Present perfect exercises II
          Past simple and present perfect exercises I


 




    
B. WORK VOCABULARY


UNIT 16. TRANSPORT

    A. COLLOCATIONS WITH TRANSPORT
    B. VOCABULARY OF TRANSPORT
    C. FREE TIME ACTIVITIES
    D. DIRECTIONS



UNIT 17. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    A. INFINITIVE OF PURPOSE



    










     B. INFINITIVE WITH AND WITHOUT TO
     C. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY VOCABULARY

     D. COLLOCATIONS WITH GET, GIVE, HAVE, MAKE, SEE, WATCH







UNIT 18. HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

     A. WORD ORDER OF TIME PHRASES
     B. FIRST CONDITIONAL + ZERO CONDITIONAL + SECOND CONDITIONAL + THIRD     CONDITIONAL



  











    










    









   C. HEALTH AND WELL BEING VOCABULARY
   D. PARTS OF THE BODY VOCABULARY

UNIT 19. LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION


   

     










A. PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

B. PREPOSITIONS OF TIME


 



             Exercises with prepositions I

      C. LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION VOCABULARY

UNIT 20. PEOPLE

     A. REVIEW OF VERB TENSES (PRESENT, PAST AND FUTURE)
     B. VOCABULARY FOR DESCRIBING PEOPLE


OTHER 

     A. INDIRECT SPEECH (REPORTED SPEECH)
          Reported speech exercise I

     B. QUESTION TAGS
        Question tags exercise I

      C. WORD ORDER IN SENTENCES
          Sentence structure exercises I









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