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1 UNIT 1 Present simple and present continuous OJ Cross out the wrong words in bold. Write the 1 We are always making our homework together because we are in the same class. 2 You can walk around your town with your personal stereo. It is very funny. 3 I usually watching television for two hours a day. I think it isn t good to watching more than two hours. 4 We like doing window shopping and sometimes buying different things. 5 My best friend s name s Leonardo. He is nice, generous and we always help each other with homeworks. 6 We always are together at school and also we are living in the same apartment block. UNIT 3 Past simple 1 Sometimes I read magazines but I prefer reading books. I like very much adventure stories / adventure stories very much. 2 I like it because it s a big restarant / restaurant, I think it s the biggest in my town. I like it because you can eat with knife / knives, forks / focks and chopsticks. It s fantastic, isn t it? 3 I went to my seat on the plane and I slept the whole fly / flight. 4 Who did burn / burned the forest? I didn t know, but I had to find out / discover. 5 Why didn t / don t you come to the last lesson? 6 Thank you for the nice weekend. I really enjoyed our visit to the zoo because it was fun and breathtaking. What did you enjoyed / enjoy? UNIT 2 Common mistakes OJ Cross out the wrong words in bold. Write the One of them has an extra, wrong word. 1 I thing he is my best friend because he s very funny. 2 My bed is very old. It has about 16 years. 3 Despite the sweet weather in the countryside, I think the centre of town is better. 4 It s not cold and it s not hot. We have a really good weather. 5 Now it is summer there so you can go to the beaches, then to see the mountains that are fantastics. 6 I am very happy about your decision to visit my country. When are you coming? How many time? UNIT 4 Past continuous and past simple OJ Cross out the wrong words in each sentence. Write the correct sentences. 1 If you can t found my house, just call me. 2 We had fun at the party because we were playing video games. 3 While I was making pictures, one of my friends fell in the sand. 4 My house is opposite the underground station, you can t mistake. 5 He sold his house here in Germany and buyed a new one in New York. 6 After the dinner, we went to house.

2 UNIT 5 Comparative adverbs CO Cross out the wrong words in bold. Write the 1 There was a lot of noisy. 2 How many time do you spend in front of the TV? 3 It s an important decision and you should think about it very well. 4 She speaks very good. I can understand everything and I think that everyone thinks the same. 5 We can go to the sports centre by bus, but if you arrive more earlier, we can go with my mum by car. 6 I ll see you in front of my house at 7 pm. My mother will bring us to the cinema. UNIT 7 Common mistakes CO Complete the sentences with the missing words and/or cross out and correct the words in bold. 1 I... lost every time I go to a big city. I m afraid... living in a big city. 2 Last Saturday, I was running to get... the bus, but my school bag was open and my diary fell I think that...is a great idea that you come to my country next summer. 4 So your parents want you to go on holiday with them, but you prefer going somewhere with your friends Generally I watch teenage programmes and news. And what about you? Please you write to me. 6 When I was stepping off the bus in my street, I noticed that there were two other men going out of the bus with me. UNIT 6 Common mistakes CO Underline the right words in each sentence. 1 There was a white little / little white piece of paper and something was written on it. 2 I lost something while I was out last week. It was my gold / golden ring. 3 Actually, it is a little tourist village. There are beatyfull / beautiful mountains and lakes. 4 I ve been playing it for over three days. It s about two boys that travel the world to find some / a treasure. 5 At a wedding, the man often wears a black suit with a tie, and the woman wears a white and long / long white dress. 6 I ve just heard that Ali is a best friend of yours / you. UNIT 8 Future with will CO Circle the right words in each sentence. 1 The computers won t / aren t switched on and we can t / don t work. 2 When I saw it first, I decided to close my eyes and open it / them again. 3 The old computer is very bad. It s too slow and will not open / not opened some programs. 4 You have asked one / me what I think for / about my town. I live in a small town, but for / in 20 years I hope it will be bigger. 5 I m /1 will be the happiest / most happier girl in the world if I find it. Thank you for help / for helping me. 6 You won t / wont believe what happened in my school yesterday! Some producers came to make a film for TV!

3 UNIT 9 must, mustn't, have to, don't have to 1 If you want to keep fit, wake up earlier and go out to do exercise. You don t have to / mustn t sleep lately / late because maybe you won t get up. 2 I think people mustn t / shouldn t watch too much TV. 3 You mustn t / don t mustn t forget to drink a lot of/ lot of water during the day. 4 I visited a lot of places. On the second day, there was very heavy / hard rain and I must stop / had to stop at a café. 5 I think that the park is a very peaceful / pacific place to do / have a picnic. You could bring some food and if you want a board game. 6 I think that you should have / do more exercise / exercises. Try to find a new sport or hobby. It ll help you to keep ft. UNIT 11 Common mistakes 0 Cross out the wrong words in each sentence. Write the correct sentences. 1 This might be the last chance we have to see each other as I will move to other city. 2 I did not want to call an ambulance or a police. 3 One day, on envelope was sent to us. There wasn t any more on the envelope but when I opened it, I realised it was from my father. 4 I hope that these advices helps you keep ft. 5 We usually go to her house after school, to chat a little and f nish our homeworks. It s really fun to hang out with her. 6 Here we are the best restaurants, cinemas and discos. The discos is the better thing. UNIT 10 Verb patterns - gerunds and infinitives O) Cross out the wrong words in bold. Write the 1 I plan to see the movie Spider Man. I suggest to meet you at six o clock because the movie will start at 6.30pm. 2 I ve just f nished to read your letter. 3 I am writing to you to thank you for your letter. I am so happy to hearing your news. 4 I am sorry we can meet next Tuesday - I have a lot of work. I was thinking about to meet you at 7 pm at the café. Are you agree? 5 Thanks for sent me some money to buy a new DVD Thank you for your last letter. It was good to hearing from you. I hope that you and your family are well. UNIT 12 Relative pronouns who, which, that 1 Mary was a 20-year-old girl who / which was travelling to the United States. 2 You asked me how you can keep ft with this job when / which you are working on a computer all day. 3 Last week I went to Zurich to buy new special / special new clothes for my birthday party who / which will be in two weeks. 4 Do not eat snacks during / while you are working. 5 I think you will like the film what / that we plan to see: Star Wars. The film will start at 8 pm so we can meet at 7.30 pm in front of / front of the shopping centre. 6 I bought a dress which / who is very beautiful.

4 UNIT 13 Present perfect with everand never O) Cross out the wrong words in bold. Write the 1 I went to Spain a year ago. It was the most beautiful country that I have never seen. 2 I hope that my advices has been useful. 3 A TV company was on our school yesterday and filmed our new school band. They chose our school because our band has won the first prize in the last competition. 4 Have he every made you angry? 5 I have seen the advertisement yesterday at my bus stop I am going to have a picnic in a park next Saturday. Do you like to join me? I choose the park because there are trees. UNIT 15 Present perfect with since/ for 1 I know / have known him since / for ten years. We attended kindergarten and school together. 2 I want to sell my clothes. I have had them since / when I was six. 3 I have / have had this bicycle since / for two years. I don t use it because I m not really sporty. 4 I bought two trousers / pairs of trousers from my friend s shop and then / so I got home / went home. 5 How much time / How long is it since I don t see you / saw you? 6 I have moved to a new house because the last one was far away / faraway from the centre of the city. UNIT 14 Common mistakes 1 We have not already decided / not decided yet. 2 How many / much time will you spend in my country? I hope to see / see you soon! 3 For a long time it is / there has been nowhere to study in my bedroom so I bought this nice desk and I ll put it near the window. 4 I already / just saw a volleyball competition. Itwas amazing. 5 I can t bought / buy anything because it s much too expensive but I can dream a lot when I see / saw a few brands like Prada and Dior. 6 I hope we ll do some time a bit of shopping together / a bit of shopping together some time. UNIT 16 Present perfect and past simple OJ Cross out one or two extra word(s) in each sentence. 1 When I ve trained at the club last time I ve met Klaus. 2 Yesterday I just bought a game. 3 The information about culture and food was been the most useful for me. 4 Yesterday I have saw a programme about US airplanes in the Second World War. 5 I ve known him for ten years ago. 6 We were went to the shopping centre and bought some clothes and toys.

5 UNIT 17 Pronouns myself, yourself, herself, himself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves OJ Cross out the wrong words in bold. Write the 1 The club was not like other clubs where there are lot of people who can t control their selves. 2 My brother and I were playing in the garden while my parents worked. My older brother was skating in the street but he fall and he hurt his self. 3 Tomorrow there s a rock concert. Would you like to come with me? We will enjoy ourself. 4 Silvia didn t enjoy her self very much because for her the film was totally boring. 5 Every time I use my headphones too much, my ears hurted. 6 Thank you for telling me - write me a letter as soon as possible and take good care of you self. UNIT 19 Common mistakes 1 If people continue to thrown away / throw away rubbish on the streets, my city will be a / an extreme rubbish dump. 2 Together, we do / have picnics, we go to the cinema and we bake / cook a lot of cakes. 3 I cleaned my teeth quickly / as quickly as possible. Then I dressed myself and went downstairs for breakfast / the breakfast. I didn t ate / eat very much. 4 Secondly, you must eat healthy foods, like vegetables. I know you have / like fast food but please don t eat it / them. 5 You can call a sportive / sports coach if you don t want leave / to leave your house. 6 The walls are painting / are painted white. My mother painted them / it. UNIT 18 may/might OJ Cross out the wrong words in each sentence. 1 I want you to come to my country. I think you might / can really love it there / here. 2 At your sister s wedding, you must cook a / some special food. Unless you cook this, the people maybe / might leave the wedding. 3 It is very original, so I think also you can / you may also like it. 4 Last morning / Yesterday morning, I woke up early because there was some noise at the outside / outside. 5 When I touched my ear, I understood that one of my earrings / earring was lost in the street. Then we got / went out of the café and looked on the street. 6 Tomorrow evening I m going to visit Kate and she will tell me what you did / were you doing in class. I will try to cover up / catch up on the work I missed. UNIT 20 Common mistakes 1 Our office have builded / was built five years ago. 2 I decided to aware / tell the polices / police in the airport. They looked everywhere / anywhere for it but they couldn t find it. 3 Few days ago / A few days ago, I bought a new office / desk for my bedroom. 4 In this restaurant, waiters and waitresses / waiter and waitress serve vegetarian food. 5 So I think I have said / given a lot of reasons why you should come to the city. 6 If you want to chang / change your idea / mind, please call me.

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