INSTITUTO NACIONAL 8 TH GRADE UNITS UNIT 6 COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

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1 INSTITUTO NACIONAL Teacher: Paz Cepeda WORKSHEET 8 TH GRADE UNITS UNIT 6 COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS I. Read the nouns and say if they are countable (C) or uncountable nouns (U) 1. Egg meat oil money - hair a) C U - U- U- C noun b) U U - C U- U noun c) C- U - U - U- U noun d) C C U U U noun e) C C C U U noun 2. box sugar rice tomato - advice a) C C U U U noun b) C U U U C noun c) U C U U C noun d) U C C U U noun e) C U U C U noun 3. information news homework house. children a) U U- U C C noun b) C U U U C noun c) C C U U U noun d) U C C U U noun e) U C - U - C U noun 4. milk cookie bread potato cup a) U C- U C U noun b) C C -U U U noun c) C U U U C noun d) U C -U C C noun e) C C U C U noun 5. mayonnaise orange - tea ketchup toast a) U C U U - C noun b) U C- U C U noun c) C U U U C noun d) U C- U C U noun e) U C- U C C noun 6. People - love butter cheese ham a) U C- U C U noun b) C U U U C noun c) C U U U U noun d) C U U C C noun e) U C- U C U noun SOME, ANY, A / AN II. Fill in the gaps with some, any, a / an. 1. I m really thirsty. I need, please a) some water b) any water c) a water d) an water

2 e) water 2. I went to the library, but I couldn t find about art. a) some books b) a books c) any books d) book e) an book 3. Can you give me, please? a) a fruit juice b) some fruit juice c) fruit juice d) an fruit juice e) any fruit juice 4. She sends postcards to her friends, but she doesn t make phone calls when she is in Britain. a) any / some b) a / any c) some / any d) an / a e) any / any 5. It s very sunny, but there is only playing in the street. a) some child b) any child c) a child d) an child e) child 6. I buy coffee everyday, but I don t buy bread or papaya. a) some / any / a b) any / some / an c) an / any / some d) a / some / an e) any / some / nothing 7. A: Have you got chocolate biscuits? B: I m sorry, there aren t biscuits left. a) any / a b) some / an c) some / any d) no article / some e) any / any 8. Mary, I m afraid there isn t juice in the fridge but there s apple. a) a / some b) some / an c) any / a d) any / some d) any / nothing 9. They ate apples, mango, but they didn t eat oranges. a) some / a / any b) any / some / a c) an / some / any d) an / some / some e) a / any / some

3 10. A: Would you like cheese? It s delicious. B: OK. Give me. a) a / some b) some / any c) any / some d) an / any e) some / some III. Read the dialogs and use A/AN SOME -ANY. DIALOG 1 David: Have we got eggs? Cathy: Yes. There are in the cupboard. David: Have we got cheese? Cathy: Yes. There are in the fridge. David : Can I use olive oil? Cathy: Yes of course. David: I need tomatoes. Cathy: We haven t got David, would you like help? David. Yes, please. DIALOG 2 J: Dad, have we got wood? D: Why do you want wood? J: I want to make shelves for my bedroom. I can t buy them because they re expensive and I haven t got money. D: Ok: I ll buy the wood, but we also need glue and paint. J: There s new DIY shop on the corner. We can buy the materials there. D: That s excellent idea. IV. Complete Leo s postcards. Use a / an, the, no article 1. Dear Mom and Dad I ve just finished the first part of my journey around the world after a flight of six hours. I m now in New York.... into town was exciting. We went over.. Brooklyn Bridge. a) a taxi journey / the Brokoolyn Bridge b) the taxi journey / the Brooklyn Bridge c) taxi journeys / the Brooklyn Bridges d) an taxi journey / a Brooklyn Bridge e ) taxi journey / Brooklyn Bridge 2. Hello from Australia. I saw. and and baby kangoroo today. I tried to take a photo of kangoroos., but they were too fast for me. a) a koala / the mother / the b) the koala / the mother / the kangoroos c) an koala / the mother / kangoroos d) a koala / a mother / the e) a koalas / a mother / a kangoroos

4 UNIT 7 I. USE CAN / CAN T 1. Monkeys talk. 2. Pigs fly. 3. I play the piano., but Cory can't. 4. You go on vacation. It's too expensive. 5. I borrow some money? Yes, sure. 6. I don't know the answer. you tell it to me? 7. Tony come tonight, he's too busy. 8. Jim makes great food. He cook really well. 9. Excuse me, we see the movie? 10. It's too noisy. We study well. 11. The boy run because his leg is broken. 12. She go to the store after lunch. Let's eat. 13. you get the door for me please? My hands are full. 14. They be happily married because they are always fighting. 15. That boy have written this essay. He doesn't have the skills. 16. We go to the movies tomorrow night. Let's stay in tonight. 17. Mom, I watch the football match on TV? 18. Can I go to Steve's tonight after dinner? No, you. 19. He's a smart boy. He do multiplication tables and he's only You be serious. There's no way we will finish by then! II. MUST / MUSTN T It is very important that Emma passes her exams. Her parents are giving her strong advice. Rewrite the sentences using must or mustn't. 1. Don't go out to parties. You mustn't go out to parties 2. Study hard for these exams. 3. Go to all the classes. 4. Do all your homework. 5. Don't stay out late. 6. Don't spend too much time with your friends. 7. Read all your notes again. 8. Don't go to bed late. I.. Complete the sentences. Use must + one of these verbs. be go go learn meet wash win 1. We to the bank today. We haven t got any money. 2. Marilyn is a very interesting person. You her. 3. My hands are dirty. I them. 4. You to drive. It will be very useful. 5. I to the post office. I need some stamps. 6. The game tomorrow is very important for us. We. 7. You can t always have thing immediately. You patient. II. Rewrite the sentences using must or must not: 1. It is very important for me to study hard for this exam. I must study hard for this exam. 2. Don't talk in the library. 3. It is important for her to work harder. 4. It is necessary for them to be here at 9 o'clock.

5 5. Do not enter this room. 6. It is important for him to see a doctor quickly. 7. It is necessary for us to work al1 night tonight. 8. Please listen carefully. III. Use Can or Must to complete the sentences. 1. It is impossible, you run that distance! 2. You try to overtake him if you want to win the race. 3. Look at the camera he has got! He be a professional reporter. 4. I help you? 5. you do it yourself? I suppose so as you are strong enough. 6. He arrive late tonight, we'll wait for him. 7. Yes, you smoke, but only one cigarette a day. 8. I ask you a question? 9. I sit in the front, I am shortsighted. UNIT 8 GOING TO I. Choose the correct choice to answer the questions. 1. When are you going to go? a) On Monday b) To the supermarket c) By bus d) Because I need some bread. e) Yes, I am 2. Who is going to go with you? a) At 5 b) By car c) John is. d) No, I m not. e) Next week 3. What are you going to do? a) I m going to do play tennis. b) No, I m not going to watch TV c) I m to read a book d) I going to listen to music e) I m going to buy some fruit 4. Where are Tom and Jeff going to go? a) He is going to go to the cinema b) They are going to study English c) They going to make my bed d) He s going to go on a tour e) They are going to eat out 5. How are you going to get there? a) I m going to get there by bus. b) I m going to get there at 6 c) I m going to get there tomorrow d) I m going to get there with my mom e) I m going to get there 6. What are you going to write? a) I m going to write an e -mail b) I m going to write TV

6 c) I m going to write lunch d) I m going to write by train e) I m going to buy tomorrow II. Complete Tanya s phone conversation. Use Going To and the verbs in brackets. Tanya: Hi, Paul. It s Tanya. How are you? Paul: Yeah, I m fine.- Tanya: (1) I (be) busy, But I think I will have time to meet you.- Paul: Tomorrow? No, I can t. (2) I (stay) at home tomorrow. We ve got an exam on Monday, so Helen and I (3) ( study) together at my house. She s good at Maths and she (4) (understand) all the difficulties bits. Tanya: Today? I (5) (go) shopping in town. I need some new tennis shoes. Paul: No, I (6) (not go) to that shop. They will probably be really expensive from there! Tanya: (7) you (come) to town today? Paul: Yes, I am. Tanya: You are! Great! What time (8) you (arrive)? Paul : At 4. Tanya: Fantastic! See you outside Browns Café at I m sure I will get there before you you are always late! Paul: Ok, bye for now. 1. a) I m going to be b) I m not going to c) I m go to be d) I is going to be e) he s going to be 2. a) I m staying b) I am stay c) I m going stay d) I m going stayed e) I m going to stay 3. a) they are going to study b) are going to study c) is going to study d) am going to study e) study 4. a) Am going to understand b) is going to understands c) are going to understand d) is going to understand e) understand 5. a) is going to go b) are going to go c) are going d) am going to go e) is going go 6.

7 a) m not going to go b) isn t going to go c) aren t going to go d) m not go e) m going 7. a) are / going come b) are / go to come c) Is / going to come d) am / going to come e) are / going to come 8. a) is / going arriving b) are / going to arrive c) is / going to arrive d) are / going arrive e) are / go arrive

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