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1 D11 Homework UNIT 8 GRAMMAR REFERENCE EXERCISES 1 Rewrite the sentences. Use a form of have to. 1 I can stay in bed until late tomorrow. I have to get up early tomorrow. 2 It wasn t necessary for us to buy anything. We anything. 3 Why was it necessary for you to go to the office? Why the office? 4 Must you leave so soon? so soon? 5 I needed to make a phone call. I a phone call. 6 It s necessary for the children to wear a uniform. The children a uniform. 2 Write questions with have to. 1 I have to learn a lot of words for homework. How many words do you have to learn for homework? 2 I had to pay a parking fine yesterday. How much? 3 She has to work late sometimes. How often? 4 They have to leave early tomorrow. What time? 5 I m working all day on Saturday. Do you Sunday too? 6 They have to wear school uniform. What? 7 I had to wait a long time for my train this morning. How long? 3 Find and correct any sentences that are wrong. 1 Do you can drive a car? 2 Shall we to have a break now? 3 I think you should drink less coffee. 4 The children doesn t should wear shoes in the house. 5 Emily musts go to the dentist soon. 6 I m afraid we must to leave now. 7 You must tidy your bedroom. 8 Could you lend me your mobile? 9 She cans play the violin very well. 10 I don t wouldn t like to be a doctor.

2 4 Complete the sentences with a modal from the box. Use some modals more than once. can can t could must shouldn t might should 1 Could you pass me the salt, please? 2 I don t think it s a good idea for you to stay. You stay. 3 It s possible it ll snow next week. It snow next week. 4 Do you have the ability to speak Russian? you speak Russian? 5 Is it OK if I use your bathroom? I use your bathroom? 6 It s very important that you stop smoking. You stop smoking. 7 It s possible I ll ask you to help me. I ask you to help me. 8 John is unable to drive. John drive. 9 I think it would be a good idea to apologize. You apologize. 5 Choose the correct option. 1 Professional dancers has to / have to train very hard to keep fit. 2 Does he has to / have to finish the essay by Friday? 3 Must / Should we pay for this by credit card? 4 I don t think you should / You wouldn t go to that restaurant. It s not very good. 5 You should / have to show your passport at the airport. 6 We could / must remember to thank Russell for the present he gave us. 7 I think we should / must buy Josie a leaving present. 6 Complete the sentences. Use must, should, or shouldn t and a phrase from the box. Sometimes more than one answer is possible. go to Sydney Harbour Bridge try the new pizzeria have a haircut I do remember to send him a card stop smoking immediately we call their mobile smoke so much apply for it 1 It s your uncle s birthday next week. You say: I must remember to send him a card. 2 You see your perfect job advertised in the newspaper. Your sister says: You. 3 You know your friend would like the new pizzeria in town. You say: You in town. 4 You have a problem and ask your friend for advice. You ask: What? 5 You are going to Australia. Your Australian friend says: You. 6 a) Your friend smokes 40 cigarettes a day. You say: You. b) Your friend goes to see a doctor about his smoking. The doctor says: You. 7 Your hair is much too long. You say to yourself: I. 8 You are expecting dinner guests but they are an hour late. You say to your partner:?

3 UNIT 8 TEST 1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of (don t) have to or can t. 1 You have to be fit and strong to run a marathon. 2 Bill compete this month he s injured. 3 The audience wait long the competition started on time. 4 You have the right equipment to go climbing. 5 I take penicillin. I m allergic to it. 6 Teachers have a lot of patience, I think. 7 you work hard last year to pass all those exams? 8 you stop eating when you have diarrhoea? 9 I sleep at night and I m getting very tired. What should I do, doctor? 10 She talk right now. She s driving. 11 It s OK, you look smart. Casual wear is fine. 2 Choose the correct options. 1 Everyone feels jealous sometimes. I don t think worry too much. a you should b you mustn t 2 you be resting after your illness? a Must b Shouldn t 3 You have experience to go skydiving. a shouldn t b must 4 I forget to take my medicine. b mustn t 5 I don t think you drive everywhere. a should b shouldn t 6 You talk on the phone while you are driving. b shouldn t 7 You decide what to do yourself. It s your future. b shouldn t 8 wear a suit for the job interview? a Should I b I must 9 Don t you think Mira ask for an X-ray? n t b should 10 I think explain how you feel to your girlfriend. you b you should 11 You drink so much coffee. It s bad for your health. a shouldn t b should 3 Put the words in order to make questions. 1 better / talking / feelings / Are / girls / at / about / their? Are girls better at talking about their feelings? 2 better / computer games / Are / playing / boys / at? 3 language / is / another / Who / at / learning / better? 4 the / football / best / can / Who / play? 5 best / Are / maths / boys / the / at? 6 than / men / Do / you / drivers / think / are / women / better? 4 Write your own answers to the questions in exercise 3. 1 I think girls are better at talking about their feelings

4 5 Complete the text with the correct form of the words in the box. have to combine come train popular can behave bit of few must (x3) outside Korfball is a sport that (1) combines the best of basketball and netball. It (2) from Holland. The teams have a mix of men and women and this has made it a very (3) sport at universities. Each team consists of four boys and four girls. You (4) play korfball inside or (5) on grass. The baskets or korf are 11.5 feet high so scoring takes quite a (6) practice! There are a (7) rules. During the game you (8) not touch the ball with your leg or foot, and you (9) not run with the ball. There (10) be a referee to control games and there should be a captain in each team who is responsible for how their team players (11). You don t (12) be super-fit to play korfball but you should eat a healthy diet and (13) two or three times a week. 1 point for each correct answer 12 6 Match the adjectives to the definitions. 1 quiet e. 2 untidy 3 sensitive 4 boisterous 5 chatty 6 gentle 7 competitive 8 loud 9 sporty 10 polite 7 Choose the correct options. 1 My girlfriend is loud / sporty. She loves to party and never stops talking. 2 You re so boisterous / untidy! Why don t you put things away after you ve used them? 3 Does your boyfriend talk much? I think boys are usually less polite / chatty than girls. 4 Your son is very gentle / loud with the new baby he hasn t woken him up! 5 My sister is always polite / competitive when we play squash. She gets very annoyed when she doesn t win. 6 Why is Susan so quiet / polite tonight? She s usually got a lot to say. 7 I didn t know Hossein was so competitive / sporty. He cycles to work, he rock climbs at weekends, and he s running in the London Marathon this year! 8 Your children are so kind and polite / untidy. Mine are rude and quiet / boisterous. 9 I m lucky to have such a quiet / sensitive husband. He always knows when I m feeling upset. 8 Read the definitions and complete the words for materials. 1 a precious yellow metal: g o l d 2 a strong material used to make jeans: d 3 a fine material produced by special worms: s _ 4 a material produced from animal skins: l 5 a material often used to make jumpers: w _ 6 a precious shiny grey metal: s _ 7 a material often used to make T-shirts: c _ 1 point for each correct answer 6 a calm and kind b noisy, full of energy c trying hard to be better than others d liking sport or good at sport e shy, not talking very much f talking too much and in an annoying way g having good manners h talking a lot in a friendly way i able to understand other people s feelings j messy

5 9 Complete the conversations with words from the boxes. 11 Complete the conversation between a doctor and her patient. Use the words and phrases in the box. aftershave shirt tie wool silk 1 A Have you seen my new (1) tie? B You mean the stripy (2) one? A Yes, it matches my (3). B Here it is. And have you decided which suit to wear? A I think I ll wear this (4) one, since it s a cold day. B You should put on some of your (5) so you smell nice. A Good idea. earrings denim make-up skirts scarf 2 A What are you wearing to the party tonight? B I don t know! I ve tried on lots of (6) but I can t find one that matches my new blouse. A Oh, you must wear this leather one it s fabulous! And what about a silk (7) to add some colour? B Oh, you re right! And I ll just put these (8) on and my (9) jacket. A Now you have to put your (10) on! 10 Read the symptoms and match them to the correct diagnoses. 1 I can t go near cats or dogs. c 2 I m blowing my nose and coughing. 3 I ate something bad and I ve been sick several times since. 4 I have to go to the toilet every twenty minutes. 5 I feel terrible I ve got a fever and my body aches all over. 6 My ankle is red and swollen and it hurts a lot. hot infection allergic prescription sit down swollen the matter aches felt well temperature swallow A Come in and (1) sit down. What seems to be (2)? B I haven t (3) for a few days. My whole body (4) and I feel very (5). A OK. Let me just take your (6). Your glands are (7). Does it hurt when you (8)? B Yes, it does. A Well, you have a bit of a throat (9). Are you (10) to penicillin? B No, I m not. A OK. I ll write you a (11). 12 Translate the sentences. 1 Open your mouth wide please. 2 You must tell your boyfriend how you feel. 3 I don t think you should do any more work today. 4 I ve had this book since I was a child. 5 I have to work on my fitness training program. 6 You should drink plenty of liquids. 7 I ve got a new pair of sunglasses. 8 Her parents divorced when she was six years old. 9 You shouldn t go to work for a couple of weeks. 10 Do you think your parents have a favourite child? Total 100 a diarrhoea b twisted ankle c allergy d cold e food poisoning f flu

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