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Key. FINAL REVIEW 4TH YEAR.

1. Fill in the blanks with the right PRONOUN (PERSONAL, POSSESSIVE, REFLEXIVE
or RELATIVE), RELATIVE ADVERB or POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE (12 pronouns)
1. Susan and Ben have forgotten THEIR notebooks again; Tom and Bill have forgotten
THEIRS too.
2. John is a teacher, but HIS sister is a nurse.
3. Be careful! That plate is hot. Dont burn YOURSELF.
4. (relative)The person WHOSE fingerprints are on the gun WHICH/THAT was found in
the bin was the person WHO/THAT killed Dr. Martin.
5. (relative) The street WHERE I live is very noisy at night, WHICH makes it difficult to
sleep.
6. We are staying at a nice hotel. OUR room is very comfortable.
7. (relative) The present (WHICH/THAT) you gave me was the one (WHICH/THAT) I gave
you last year!!
2. VERB TENSES. Put the verbs in brackets into the right tense (40 verbs)
1. My mother hopes Jack WONT COME (not/come) to the party because he IS ALWAYS
GETTING/ALWAYS GETS (always /get) drunk.
2. As he (get) WAS GETTING onto the bus, it STARTED (start) suddenly and he FELL
(fall) backwards.
3. If I were sent to prison, WOULD YOU VISIT (you/visit) me?
4. How long HAVE YOU BEEN WAITING (you/wait) for me? I HAVE BEEN WAITING (wait)
for about half an hour.
5. If I HAD KNOWN (know) that things were going to turn out the way they did, I
WOULD HAVE NEVER JOINED (never/join) the company.
6. Last night my mother CAME IN (come) in and TURNED (turn) off the TV. My favourite
programme HAD JUST BEGUN (just/begin).
7. Unless I HAVE (have) a quiet room, I WONT BE ABLE TO (not/be able to) do any
work.
8. You WILL GET (get) a pneumonia if you DONT CHANGE (not/change) your wet
clothes.
9. When I last STAYED (stay) in Cairo, I RODE (ride) to the Pyramids on a camel that a
friend of mine HAD BORROWED (borrow) the day before.
10. a: HAS GEORGE DECIDED (George/decide) what to do when he LEAVES (leave)
school?
B: Oh, yes. Everything is planned. He IS GOING TO HAVE (have) a holiday for a few
weeks and then he IS GOING TO DO (do) a computer programming course.
11. a: I HAVE JUST REALISED (just/realise) that I DONT HAVE (not/have) any money.
B: Dont worry. I WILL LEND (lend) you some.
12. (active/passive) We ARE NOT GOING (not/go) to the party on Saturday because we
HAVE NOT BEEN INVITED (not/invite).
13. (active/passive) Two men ARE BEING QUESTIONED (question) at Marylebone Police
Station tonight in connection with last weeks armed robbery in Luton, in which $
25,000 WAS STOLEN (steal) from a Securicor van. Another man HAS ALREADY BEEN
ARRESTED (already/arrest) for the crime.
14. (active/ passive) Missing schoolgirl Sheila Patterson, aged eleven, HAS BEEN FOUND
(find) alive and well in Leicester. Sheila, who DISAPPEARED (disappear) two days ago,
SAID (say) she HAD LEFT (leave) home to join a circus. Her parents ARE TRAVELLING
(travel) to Leicester tonight. Meanwhile, Sheila IS BEING LOOKED (look) after at
Leicester Police Station.
15. In 1964 Martin Luther King WON
(win) the Nobel Prize. In 1968 he WAS
ASSASSINATED (assassinate) in Memphis, Tennessee.
3a) Write into the passive voice (14 sentences)
1. They have planted thousands of trees alongside the E19 motorway.
THOUSANDS OF TREES HAVE BEEN PLANTED ALONGSIDE THE E19 MOTORWAY.
2. They will crown Ronaldinho the football player of the year.
RONALDINHO WILL BE CROWNED THE FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR.
3. Has anybody answered your question?
HAS YOUR QUESTION BEEN ANSWERED?
4. They fought a battle here 300 years ago.

A BATTLE WAS FOUGHT HERE 300 YEARS AGO.


5. Did nobody ever teach you how to behave?
WERENT YOU EVER TAUGHT HOW TO BEHAVE?
6. Adrian Holt, the well-known composer, is writing the music for Almodovars film.
THE MUSIC FOR ALMODOVARS FILM IS BEING WRITTEN BY ADRIAN HOLT, THE WELLKNOWN COMPOSER.
7. We ought to employ more traffic wardens.
MORE TRAFFIC WARDENS OUGHT TO BE EMPLOYED.
8. The ice-cream vendor has given my child a free ice-cream. (2 ways)
MY CHILD HAS BEEN GIVEN A FREE ICE-CREAM BY THE ICE-CREAM VENDOR.
A FREE ICE-CREAM HAS BEEN GIVEN TO MY CHILD BY THE ICE-CREAM VENDOR.
9. People were carrying the chairs into the garden.
THE CHAIRS WERE BEING CARRIED INTO THE GARDEN.
10.People think that this surgeon is a brilliant practitioner. (2 ways)
A) IT IS THOUGHT THAT THIS SURGEON IS A BRILLIANT PRACTITIONER.
B) THIS SURGEON IS THOUGHT TO BE A BRILLIANT PRACTITIONER.
11. They say that the drug produced undesirable side-effects (2 ways)
A) THE DRUG IS SAID TO HAVE PRODUCED UNDESIRABLE SIDE-EFFECTS.
B) IT IS SAID THAT THE DRUG PRODUCED UNDESIRABLE SIDE-EFFECTS.
3b) Write the following sentences into the active (6 sentences)
1. Someone will have to be found to take her place.
THEY WILL HAVE TO FIND SOMEONE TO TAKE HER PLACE.
2. The referee was being escorted from the football field by a strong police guard.
A STRONG POLICE GUARD WAS ESCORTING THE REFEREE FROM THE FOOTBALL
FIELD.
3. Plants are used by herbalists to cure common diseases.
HERBALISTS USE PLANTS TO CURE COMMON DISEASES.
4. The award is being presented by an eminent scientist.
AN EMINENT SCIENTIST IS PRESENTING THE AWARD.
5. Your flight may be delayed by a strike.
A STRIKE MAY DELAY YOUR FLIGHT.
6. The missing person was located by the private detective.
THE PRIVATE DETECTIVE LOCATED THE MISSING PERSON.
4. Make the questions for the following answers (9 sentences)
1. He is single. WHAT IS HIS MARITAL STATUS? IS HE MARRIED OR SINGLE?
2. I was washing up when he arrived. WHAT WERE YOU DOING WHEN HE ARRIVED.
3. He is five feet and two inches. HOW TALL IS HE?
4. Tom loves Lucy. (2) WHO LOVES LUCY? WHO DOES TOM LOVE?
5. Our daughter has been dancing with a stranger.
WHO HAS YOUR DAUGHTER BEEN DANCING WITH?
6. No, I have never met him. HAVE YOU EVER MET HIM?
7. This jacket costs $60. HOW MUCH DOES THIS JACKET COST?
8.The first Olympic Games started in 776 BC. WHEN DID THE FIRST OLYMPIC GAMES
START?
5. DIRECT SPEECH /INDIRECT SPEECH (16 sentences)
1. What platform does the train leave from? asked Bill.
BILL ASKED WHAT PLATFORM THE TRAIN LEFT FROM.
2. Dont forget your sandwiches, said his mother.
HIS MOTHER TOLD HIM NOT TO FORGET HIS SANDWICHES.
3. Did you play for your school team? John asked Susan. No, I didnt Susan
answered.
JOHN ASKED SUSAN IF SHE HAD PLAYED FOR HER SCHOOL TEAM. SUSAN ANSWERED
SHE HADNT.
4. Make the coffee stronger, I said.It was terribly weak last night.
I TOLD HIM TO MAKE THE COFFEE STRONGER. I SAID IT HAD BEEN TERRIBLY WEAK THE
NIGHT BEFORE.
5. Can I have a sweet, please? said the little boy. (It is a request)
THE LITTLE BOY ASKED TO HAVE A SWEET.

6.Why dont you take up the oboe again? said my friends. (Use advise)

MY FRIENDS ADVISED ME TO TAKE UP THE OBOE AGAIN.


7. Lets leave the washing-up till tomorrow, he said. I hate washing up last thing at
night.
HE SUGGESTED LEAVING THE WASHING-UP TILL THE FOLLOWING DAY BECAUSE HE
HATED WASHING UP LAST THING AT NIGHT.
8. My young brother wants to be a tax inspector, said Mary. I cant think why. None of
my family has ever been a tax inspector.
MARY SAID HER YOUNG BROTHER WANTED TO BE A TAX INSPECTOR AND SHE
COULDNT THINK WHY AS/BECAUSE NONE OF HER FAMILY HAD EVER BEEN A TAX
INSPECTOR.
9. They offered me some more wine and I accepted.
WOULD YOU LIKE SOME MORE WINE? THEY SAID TO ME. YES, PLEASE, I SAID.
10.She asked the crowd if they thought that she was a liar and the crowd shouted that
they did.
DO YOU THINK I AM A LIAR? SHE SAID. YES, WE DO THE CROWD SHOUTED.
11.I told her to stop making a fuss about nothing and said that she was lucky to have a
seat at all.

STOP MAKING FUSS ABOUT NOTHING, I SAID TO HER. YOU ARE LUCKY TO HAVE
A SEAT AT ALL.

6. Use of English Combine the following sentences using the linking word in
brackets. Make all necessary changes. Dont change the meaning. (22 sentences)
1. Hes a millionaire. He hates spending money. (although)
ALTHOUGH HES A MILLIONAIRE, HE HATES SPENDING MONEY.
2. George Perkins was an old friend of mine. I was staying at his house. (relative)
GEORGE PERKINS, WHOSE HOUSE I WAS STAYING AT, WAS AN OLD FRIEND OF MINE.
3. Debbie hid her diary. She didnt want anyone to read it. (so that)
DEBBIE HID HER DIARY SO THAT NO ONE WOULD/COULD READ IT.
4. This ice-cream is delicious. It comes from Italy. (relative)
THIS ICE-CREAM, WHICH COMES FROM ITALY, IS DELICIOUS.
5. Darren hates flying. He cant go to America (Since)
SINCE DARREN HATES FLYING, HE CANT GO TO AMERICA.
6. Ive always dreamt of going to Russia. I studied Russian history at university.
(because)
I STUDIED RUSSIAN HISTORY AT UNIVERSITY BECAUSE IVE ALWAYS DREAMT OF GOING
TO RUSSIA.
7. We dont visit you very often because you live so far away. (if)
IF YOU DIDNT LIVE SO FAR AWAY, WE WOULD VISIT YOU VERY OFTEN.
8. It was a nice day. We went swimming. (so/such (a) that)
IT WAS SUCH A NICE DAY (THAT) WE WENT SWIMMING.
THE DAY WAS SO NICE (THAT) WE WENT SWIMMING.

9.Steve! Turn the volume down!


I wish STEVE WOULD TURN THE VOLUME DOWN!

10. It is not allowed to use their mobile phone in class.


They CANT USE THEIR MOBILE PHONE IN CLASS.
11. We spoke quietly. We didnt want to wake the baby. (in order to)
WE SPOKE QUIETLY IN ORDER NOT TO WAKE THE BABY.
12.A few days ago I met someone. I went to school with his brother. (relative)

A FEW DAYS AGO I MET SOMEONE WHOSE BROTHER I WENT TO SCHOOL WITH.

13.You wasted a lot of time watching TV.

I wish I HADNT WASTED MUCH TIME WATCHING TV.

14. If I were you, I would study hard every day.


You SHOULD/HAD BETTER STUDY HARD EVERY DAY.
15. He is quiet and shy. His sister is lively and talkative. (whereas)
HE IS QUIET AND SHY WHEREAS HIS SISTER IS LIVELY AND TALKATIVE.
16. It was cold. The river froze. (so/such (a) that)
IT WAS SO COLD (THAT) THE RIVER FROZE.
THERE WAS SUCH COLD WEATHER (THAT) THE RIVER FROZE.
17. Im having a great time in England. The weather is bad. (despite)
DESPITE THE BAD WEATHER, IM HAVING A GREAT TIME IN ENGLAND.

18. The accident happened because the driver in front stopped so suddenly. (if)
IF THE DRIVER IN FRONT HADNT STOPPED SO SUDDENLY, THE ACCIDENT WOULDNT
HAVE HAPPENED.
19. They dont have many friends.
They wish THEY HAD MANY/A LOT OF FRIENDS.
20. July was the month. My sister was born then. (relative)
JULY WAS THE MONTH WHEN MY SISTER WAS BORN.
21. My wallet has disappeared. It was in my handbag. (relative)
MY WALLET, WHICH WAS IN MY HANDBAG, HAS DISAPPEARED.
22. They last went abroad three years ago.
They (not) HAVENT BEEN ABROAD FOR THREE YEARS.
It IS THREE YEARS SINCE THEY LAST WENT ABROAD.
23. I swam in the pool five hours a week. (used to)
I USED TO SWIM IN THE POOL FIVE HOURS A WEEK.
24. It is compulsory to be on time. (modal verb)
YOU MUST BE ON TIME.