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1. Translate into Russian: What’s is his name?

2. Translate into Russian: What’s this in English?

3. Translate into Russian: It’s a magazine.

4. Translate into Russian: Are you married?

5. Translate into Russian: Do John and Barbara work in a bank?

6. Translate into Russian: Michael doesn’t play football.

7. Translate into Russian: When do you have tea?

8. Translate into Russian: Pamela gets up at seven o’clock.

9. Translate into Russian: There are flowers on the table.

10. Translate into Russian: Can I have the bill?

11. Translate into Russian: Sylvia likes taking photographs.

12. Translate into Russian: Can I sit here?

13. Translate into Russian: Where was Jim at two o’clock?

14. Translate into Russian: Merry Christmas!

15. Translate into Russian: Did people wear jeans one hundred years ago?

16. Translate into Russian: The sun shone every day while I was on holiday.

17. Translate into Russian: Is there a chemist’s near here?

18. Translate into Russian: I like going to the beach and swimming in the sea.

19. Translate into Russian: In winter it is very cold and wet.

20. Translate into Russian: What size are you?

21. Translate into Russian: My garden is bigger than Fiona’s.

22. Translate into Russian: Can I pay cash?

23. Translate into Russian: How long are they going to stay in Paris?

24. Translate into Russian: Two cars were going along Cambridge Street.

25. Translate into Russian: You are speaking very quietly. I can’t hear you.

26. Translate into Russian: I booked our room in advance.

27. Translate into Russian: Chinese markets have a large variety of vegetables.

28. Translate into Russian: What will you do if you don’t find a job?

29. Translate into Russian: I have a high temperature and a headache.

30. Translate into Russian: Politicians have to make speeches.

31. Translate into Russian: Turn the television up. I want to listen to this song.

32. Translate into Russian:
After graduating from college, he immediately started working in the theatre.

33. Translate into Russian:
Judy’s parents wanted her to have a good education.

34. Translate into Russian:
Sarah is interested in the way people lived and worked in the past.

35. Translate into Russian: The Canadians were beaten three one by the Finns.

36. Translate into Russian:
Mary is looking for ways of dressing smartly without spending too much.

37. Translate into Russian: He has lived in London since 1974.

38. Translate into Russian: At the end of the year she might get a good payment.

39. Translate into Russian:
The post you have applied for involves a lot of travelling.

40. Translate into Russian:
His first steps to fame and fortune began when he was only nine.

41. Translate into Russian:
Maria would like to follow an individual course of study with a private teacher.

42. Translate into Russian:
This excellent school offers courses in most European languages for adults wishing to study outside office hours.

43. Translate into Russian:
At university great attention is paid to scientific subjects.

44. Translate into Russian:
We didn’t have to study Economics – it was an optional subject.

45. Translate into Russian:
I knew absolutely nothing about Mathс and I hated PE.

46. Translate into Russian:
I’m amazed that you can cope with all the work they give you.

47. Translate into Russian:
Society considers happiness to be as important as material success.

48. Translate into Russian:
I wanted to find out when we could meet and discuss the contract.

49. Translate into Russian:
Have you got any identification: a passport or a driving license?

50. Translate into Russian:
Policemen who leave the force often become private detectives.

51. Translate into Russian:
The political party which wins a majority of the seats will form the government on their own.

52. Translate into Russian:
The House of Commons plays the major role in law-making.

53. Translate into Russian:
If the accused is found guilty of murder, the sentence may be at least ten years in prison.

54. Translate into Russian: Capital punishment used to be a major deterrent.

55. Translate into Russian:
Inventions often come as by-products of other discoveries.

56. Translate into Russian:
Jo and Phil don’t see eye to eye with each other.

57. Translate into Russian: I get on very well with all my colleagues at work.

58. Translate into Russian:
I am looking for a caring, well-educated, non-smoking man.

59. Translate into Russian:
He was very frightened when he saw a big dog running towards him.

60. Translate into Russian:
I regret to have to inform you that my luggage was lost yesterday during the flight from London to New York.

61. Translate into Russian: Alice got married in her late twenties.

62. Translate into Russian: She offered to lend me some money.

63. Translate into Russian: I would like to ask you a favour.

64. Translate into Russian:
The best thing about her is that she is so sensitive and considerate.

65. Translate into Russian: He must come in time: otherwise they will not allow him to enter the room.

66. Translate into Russian: She was always late, I can’t explain why.

67. Translate into Russian: There was a lamp and three pens on the table and nothing more.

68. Translate into Russian: I am not sure I am able to be there at 2 o'clock.

69. Translate into Russian: This dress is too expensive for me.

70. Translate into Russian: My pen doesn't work. Can you give me yours?

71. Translate into English: Играть на пианино.

72. Translate into English: Разнообразные овощи.

73. Translate into English: В кухне стоит (есть) новая плита.

74. Translate into English: Какие овощи вы хотите?

75. Translate into English: Сколько в банке кофе?

76. Translate into English: Я был на вокзале в половине третьего.

77. Translate into English: Можно закрыть окно? Здесь холодно.

78. Translate into English: На столе не было фруктов.

79. Translate into English: Мой муж родился в Мексике.

80. Translate into English: Вчера я ел (пищу) и пил красное вино.

81. Translate into English: Мне не понравилась гостиница.

82. Translate into English: Зимой мы ходили на лыжах каждые выходные.

83. Translate into English: Простите, где находится автобусная остановка?

84. Translate into English:
Том всегда ездит в отпуск весной. Деревья снова зеленые, тепло и солнечно.

85. Translate into English:
Пройди мимо магазина и иди по второй улице справа.

86. Translate into English: Лондон больше Мадрида?

87. Translate into English: Раньше мы были счастливы вместе.

88. Translate into English: В комнате никого нет. Она пустая.

89. Translate into English: Кто-то хочет поговорить с тобой.

90. Translate into English: Мы обедали, когда пришел Ричард.

91. Translate into English: Светило солнце, и мы пошли на пляж.

92. Translate into English: Я еду в Голландию, чтобы увидеть тюльпаны.

93. Translate into English: Идет сильный снег.

94. Translate into English: Я ищу черный шерстяной джемпер.

95. Translate into English: Можно померить этот брючный костюм?

96. Translate into English:
Она высокая и стройная со светлыми волнистыми волосами.

97. Translate into English: Ты хорошо ладишь с другими студентами?

98. Translate into English: Я хочу быть ветеринаром, когда вырасту.

99. Translate into English: Мы должны защищать животных.

100. Translate into English: Полу не приходится работать в саду.

101. Translate into English:
Я заплатил двести двадцать долларов за этот пиджак.

102. Translate into English: Если ты ищешь шампунь, иди в аптеку.

103. Translate into English: У нас есть загородный дом около озера.

104. Translate into English: Мне хотелось бы устроить пикник.

105. Translate into English: Я собираю открытки с восьми лет.

106. Translate into English: На каких языках говорят в Швейцарии?

107. Translate into English:
И мои друзья и я считаем, что этот фильм стоит посмотреть.

108. Translate into English:
Это Маргарет Симпсон, которая училась со мной в школе.

109. Translate into English:
Алекс закончил школу и поступил в университет, чтобы изучать право.

110. Translate into English:
Атмосфера в моей начальной школе была весьма непринужденной.

111. Translate into English:
Она, определенно, опытный и квалифицированный преподаватель.

112. Translate into English:
Дон сказал мне, что он учится для получения степени магистра.

113. Translate into English:
Учитель объяснил, как можно употребить это слово.

114. Translate into English:
Сидней пользуется своим двуязычным словарем каждый день и всегда носит его в своей сумке.

115. Translate into English:
Мне не хотелось бы быть секретарем, потому что я не выношу бумажной работы.

116. Translate into English:
У Саймон хорошие перспективы продвижения по службе.

117. Translate into English:
Мистер Фостер обедает сегодня вечером с нашим немецким партнером.

118. Translate into English: Боюсь, его сейчас нет. Что ему передать?

119. Translate into English:
В этот раз я не забыл сохранить документ и сделать запасную копию на дискете.

120. Translate into English:
Если бы свидетель не сообщил о преступлении в полицию, преступника бы не поймали.

121. Translate into English: Как вы думаете, кто ответственен за налет?

122. Translate into English:
Я хотел бы заказать пятиминутный разговор с Берлином.

123. Translate into English:
Срок действия моей визы заканчивается в декабре. Мне нужно будет ее продлить.

124. Translate into English:
В своем докладе я собираюсь сосредоточить свое внимание на проблемах благотворительных организаций.

125. Translate into English:
Я нахожу, что знакомиться с новыми людьми очень увлекательно.

126. Translate into English:
Я не выношу людей, которые любят командовать.

127. Translate into English:
Тони не очень общительный. Он избегает вечеринок.

128. Translate into English: Он еще не закончил переводить статью.

129. Translate into English: Кофе с молоком мне не по вкусу.

130. Translate into English:
Моя учительница среднего возраста, и она собирает волосы в пучок.

131. Translate into English:
Я попытаюсь убедить Гарри присоединиться к нам.

132. Translate into English:
Самореализация – самая главная вещь в моей жизни.

133. Translate into English: Он очень рассердился, когда узнал об этом.

134. Translate into English: Послушай! Малыш плачет.

135. Translate into English: Как ты думаешь, почему он не пришел.

136. Give a synonym to the word: To study

137. Give a synonym to the word: To talk.

138. Give a synonym to the word: To arrive.

139. Give a synonym to the word: To tour.

140. Give a synonym to the word: To phone somebody / to telephone somebody.

141. Give a synonym to the word: Coca-cola.

142. Give a synonym to the word: To enjoy.

143. Give a synonym to the word: Exciting.

144. Give a synonym to the word: Skinny.

145. Give a synonym to the word: To have tea.

146. Give a synonym to the word: To amaze.

147. Give a synonym to the word: A love story.

148. Give a synonym to the word: Too close to the door.

149. Give a synonym to the word: Sad.

150. Give a synonym to the word: Quickly.

151. Give a synonym to the word: The train gets in.

152. Give a synonym to the word: Boarding card.

153. Give a synonym to the word: Foreign news

154. Give a synonym to the word: Damaging

155. Give a synonym to the word: Illness

156. Give a synonym to the word: Spare time

157. Give a synonym to the word: Amusing

158. Give a synonym to the word: Cinema

159. Give a synonym to the word: To favor

160. Give a synonym to the word: Fancy (прилагат.)

161. Give a synonym to the word: To lie on the beach

162. Give a synonym to the word: To resign

163. Give a synonym to the word: To require

164. Give a synonym to the word: Responsibility

165. Give a synonym to the word: To be in charge

166. Give a synonym to the word: To intend

167. Give a synonym to the word: Accurately

168. Give a synonym to the word: To leave school

169. Give a synonym to the word: To specialize

170. Give a synonym to the word: To hold the line

171. Give a synonym to the word: Monitor

172. Give a synonym to the word: Virus

173. Give a synonym to the word: To revolve

174. Give a synonym to the word: To accuse somebody of a crime

175. Give a synonym to the word: To do something illegal

176. Give a synonym to the word: To run a country

177. Give a synonym to the word: To make the government

178. Give a synonym to the word: An adolescent

179. Give a synonym to the word: To be expecting a baby

180. Give a synonym to the word: Significant

181. Give a synonym to the word: To seek

182. Give a synonym to the word: To enjoy oneself

183. Give a synonym to the word: Offspring

184. Give a synonym to the word: Indulgent

185. Give a synonym to the word: To tell off

186. Give a synonym to the word: Colleague

187. Give a synonym to the word: Humble

188. Give a synonym to the word: To appear

189. Give a synonym to the word: To break up with somebody

190. Give a synonym to the word: Delicious (about food)

191. Give a synonym to the word: Small

192. Give a synonym to the word: Expensive

193. Give a synonym to the word: To cry

194. Give a synonym to the word: By plane

195. Give a synonym to the word: By rail-way

196. Give a synonym to the word: By sea

197. Give a synonym to the word: A trip

198. Give a synonym to the word: A child between 13 and 19

199. Give a synonym to the word: A teacher at the University

200. Give a synonym to the word: A child at school

201. Give a synonym to the word: Fast (adj)

202. Give a synonym to the word: To expect

203. Give a synonym to the word: Rich

204. Give a synonym to the word: Important

205. Give a synonym to the word: Woman

206. Give a synonym to the word: Man

207. Give a synonym to the word: To call (smb)

208. Give a synonym to the word: To look for

209. Give a synonym to the word: A table at school

210. Give a synonym to the word: An interval (between lessons)

211. Give a synonym to the word: A mirror

212. Give a synonym to the word: To say (a word)

213. Give a synonym to the word: To be ill

214. Give a synonym to the word: Movies

215. Give an antonym to the word: To get up

216. Give an antonym to the word: Black

217. Give an antonym to the word: Young

218. Give an antonym to the word: To finish

219. Give an antonym to the word: To leave

220. Give an antonym to the word: Evening

221. Give an antonym to the word: Expensive

222. Give an antonym to the word: Easy

223. Give an antonym to the word: At work

224. Give an antonym to the word: Always

225. Give an antonym to the word: Wrong

226. Give an antonym to the word: Parents

227. Give an antonym to the word: Early

228. Give an antonym to the word: Hot

229. Give an antonym to the word: Safe.

230. Give an antonym to the word: Up.

231. Give an antonym to the word: To find.

232. Give an antonym to the word: Hot curry.

233. Give an antonym to the word: Fizzy mineral water.

234. Give an antonym to the word: Noisy.

235. Give an antonym to the word: To go out.

236. Give an antonym to the word: Left.

237. Give an antonym to the word: Interesting.

238. Give an antonym to the word: To buy.

239. Give an antonym to the word: Healthy.

240. Give an antonym to the word: To be born.

241. Give an antonym to the word: Fresh vegetables.

242. Give an antonym to the word: Rare steak.

243. Give an antonym to the word: Beautiful.

244. Give an antonym to the word: Tall.

245. Give an antonym to the word: Curly hair.

246. Give an antonym to the word: Fair hair.

247. Give an antonym to the word: Dark skin.

248. Give an antonym to the word: Fat.

249. Give an antonym to the word: To get on the train.

250. Give an antonym to the word: To catch the train.

251. Give an antonym to the word: Smoking compartment.

252. Give an antonym to the word: Single ticket.

253. Give an antonym to the word: To lend

254. Give an antonym to the word: To waste

255. Give an antonym to the word: At work

256. Give an antonym to the word: Weekdays

257. Give an antonym to the word: Heavy food

258. Give an antonym to the word: Careless

259. Give an antonym to the word: Slim

260. Give an antonym to the word: Washed

261. Give an antonym to the word: (An) advantage

262. Give an antonym to the word: A lie

263. Give an antonym to the word: To marry

264. Give an antonym to the word: Bored

265. Give an antonym to the word: Liable to duty

266. Give an antonym to the word: Rough sea

267. Give an antonym to the word: Public (прилагат.)

268. Give an antonym to the word: To start school

269. Give an antonym to the word: Mothertongue

270. Give an antonym to the word: Rude

271. Give an antonym to the word: To enter university

272. Give an antonym to the word: Full-time

273. Give an antonym to the word: Residential

274. Give an antonym to the word: Synonym

275. Give an antonym to the word: Formal

276. Give an antonym to the word: Spoken aspect

277. Give an antonym to the word: Badly paid

278. Give an antonym to the word: Compulsory

279. Give an antonym to the word: Ordinary level (“o” level)

280. Give an antonym to the word: Straight forward

281. Give an antonym to the word: To be unemployed

282. Give an antonym to the word: Busy

283. Give an antonym to the word: To manage

284. Give an antonym to the word: Success

285. Give an antonym to the word: Flexible

286. Give an antonym to the word: To hide

287. Give an antonym to the word: Foreign policy

288. Give an antonym to the word: To fail

289. Give an antonym to the word: To adopt

290. Give an antonym to the word: Peaceful

291. Give an antonym to the word: Right-wing

292. Give an antonym to the word: Guilty

293. Give an antonym to the word: Dangerous

294. Give an antonym to the word: Distant future

295. Give an antonym to the word: Subjection

296. Give an antonym to the word: Flattering

297. Give an antonym to the word: Hostile

298. Give an antonym to the word: Elation

299. Give an antonym to the word: Attention / consideration

300. Give an antonym to the word: Respect (сущ.)

301. Give an antonym to the word: To fail (an exam)

302. Give an antonym to the word: Beautiful

303. Give an antonym to the word: True

304. Give an antonym to the word: Wrong

305. Give an antonym to the word: Easy

306. Give an antonym to the word: Dirty

307. Give an antonym to the word: A week-end

308. Fill in a suitable word: Mario … twenty-nine.

309. Fill in a suitable word: Sara … two brothers and a sister.

310. Fill in a suitable word: How … is a piece of pizza?

311. Fill in a suitable word: Hello. … are you?

312. Fill in a suitable word: … me. Is your name Wendy?

313. Fill in a suitable word: Can you … me the time, please?

314. Fill in a suitable word: When do you … dinner?

315. Fill in a suitable word: I am a vegetarian. I don’t eat ….

316. Fill in a suitable word: Here you ….

317. Fill in a suitable word: Can I have a … of apple pie?

318. Fill in a suitable word: Ann is … intelligent than her sister.

319. Fill in a suitable word: Are you … tall as Mark?

320. Fill in a suitable word: How … oranges are there on the plate?

321. Fill in a suitable word: … New Year!

322. Fill in a suitable word: Would you … some ice-cream?

323. Fill in a suitable word: The soup on the … is onion soup.

324. Fill in a suitable word: There aren’t … flowers in the living room.

325. Fill in a suitable word: Would you like … apple juice?

326. Fill in a suitable word: I don‘t like … crosswords.

327. Fill in a suitable word: What … is the comedy on?

328. Fill in a suitable word: Here is your ticket and … card.

329. Fill in a suitable word: Are you reading a detective … ?

330. Fill in a suitable word: Could you … the register, please?

331. Fill in a suitable word: There’s no … without fire.

332. Fill in a suitable word: Never look a … horse in the mouth.

333. Fill in a suitable word: … make light work.

334. Fill in a suitable word: When the cat’s …, the mice will play.

335. Fill in a suitable word:
Would you feel embarrassed if you … your mother’s birthday?

336. Fill in a suitable word: Let’s go to the pond. Do you have a …. line?

337. Fill in a suitable word: He can't … to you. He is busy in the evening.

338. Fill in a suitable word: What … do you usually come home?

339. Fill in a suitable word: ― Where you … to?

― To my friend.

340. Fill in a suitable word: Listen! Somebody is knocking … the door.

341. Fill in a suitable word: He is very … . He works a lot.

342. Fill in a suitable word: Kate goes to same class as I do. She is my … .

343. Fill in a suitable word: Tom is … TV.

344. Fill in a suitable word: He has many … and brothers.

345. Fill in a suitable word: ― What time is … ?

― It is 3 o'clock.

346. Fill in a suitable word: ― Can I speak to Mr. Smith?

― I am sorry. He is … .

347. Fill in a suitable word: My dog is very … . It understands everything.

348. Fill in the right form of the verb “to be”: am, is или are.
Rosie and Jim … from Great Britain.

349. Fill in the right form of the verb “to be”: am, is или are.
There … a door and two windows in the room.

350. Fill in the right form of the verb “to be”: am, is или are.
… I right?

351. Fill in the right form of the verb “to be”: am, is или are.
What … his address?

352. Fill in the right form of the verb “to be”: am, is или are.
How old …your children?

353. Fill in the right form of the verb “to be”: am, is или are.
Where … your teacher from?

354. Fill in the right form of the verb “to be”: am, is или are.
Molly … thirty-two.

355. Fill in the right form of the verb:

356. I (to fly) to Morocco by Pan-am last summer.

357. Fill in the right form of the verb:
Pamela (to like) listening to pop-music when she was at school.

358. Fill in the right form of the verb: I could (to read) when I was five.

359. Fill in the right form of the verb: Donald usually (to drive) to work.

360. Fill in the right form of the verb: We (to go) to Canada two years ago.

361. Fill in the right form of the verb:
Can you (to show) me the way to the post-office?

362. Fill in the right form of the verb: My brother (to be) born in 1982.

363. Fill in the right form of the verb:
Jane (to fall) in love with Paul when she was sixteen.

364. Fill in the right form of the verb:
If you need some bread, (to go) to the baker’s.

365. Fill in the right form of the verb: (not to close) the door, it’s hot in here.

366. Fill in the right form of the verb: If (to rain) tomorrow, I’ll stay at home.

367. Fill in the right form of the verb:
If I find a job, I (not to look for) another one.

368. Fill in the right form of the verb:
He will buy a car as soon as he (to pass) his driving exam.

369. Fill in the right form of the verb: My hand (to hurt), I think it’s broken.

370. Fill in the right form of the verb: When I woke up I (to feel) sick and dizzy.

371. Fill in the right form of the verb: Felix (not to have) to do the ironing.

372. Fill in the right form of the verb: Nurses have (to wear) uniforms.

373. Fill in the right form of the verb: I never (to be) on television.

374. Fill in the right form of the verb: Ann already (to make) a cake.

375. Fill in the right form of the verb:
How long Mr. Bean (to work) for this company?

376. Fill in the right form of the verb: Last year he (to retire).

377. Fill in the right form of the verb:
What you (to have) for breakfast yesterday?

378. Fill in the right form of the verb: When these books (to write)?

379. Fill in the right form of the verb: The road (to repair) yet?

380. Fill in the right form of the verb:
I didn’t go to bed until I (to finish) the report.

381. Fill in the right form of the verb:
He suddenly understood that she (to love) him all her life.

382. Fill in the right form of the verb: I don’t know where he (to live) now.

383. Fill in the right form of the verb: We’ll speak about it when he (to come).

384. Fill in the right form of the verb: Can you tell me when she (to be back)?

385. Fill in the right form of the verb: Listen! Some body (to play) the piano.

386. Fill in the right form of the verb: They (not to like) sweets.

387. Fill in the right form of the verb: Usually I (to travel) on foot.

388. Fill in the right form of the verb: Why … he (to cry)?

389. Fill in the right form of the verb: Could you (to water) the flowers, please?

390. Fill in the right form of the verb: She (to play) the violin.

391. Fill in the right form of the verb: She usually (to have) lunch at 12.

392. Fill in the right form of the verb: Yesterday he (to get up) at 8 o'clock.

393. Fill in the right form of the verb: Yesterday I (to see) him off.

394. Fill in the right form of the verb: Kate, (to put) the book on the shelf.

395. Fill in the right form of the verb: They (to arrive) three days ago.

396. Fill in the right form of the verb: I (to write) letters every day.

397. Fill in the right form of the verb: Look! It (to rain).

398. Fill in the right form of the verb: Listen! Somebody (to cry).

399. Fill in the right form of the verb: Listen! The boy (to sing).

400. Fill in the right form of the verb: She is a teacher. She (to teach) literature.

401. Fill in the right form of the verb: The boy is 8. He (to go) to school.

402. Fill in the right form of the verb: He (to read) He newspaper, when I came in.

403. Fill in the right form of the verb: He (to write) a play during the summer.

404. Fill in the right form of the verb: It (to rain) the whole evening.

405. Fill in the right form of the verb: I (to work) in the library from three fill five.

406. Fill in the right form of the verb: He usually (to read) newspapers in the evening.

407. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Where was you born?

408. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
He earns a lot money.

409. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
My sister doesn’t married.

410. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Do you can type?

411. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
How many rice do you need?

412. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Helen doesn’t wears glasses.

413. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I very like tomatoes.

414. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
There isn’t any Chinese students in our group.

415. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Can I have a orange?

416. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Whose going to the party?

417. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Who’s coat is this?

418. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Where does he going tonight?

419. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
It’s going raining.

420. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
What you are speaking about?

421. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
We stayed on a four stars hotel.

422. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
What will you do if you will win a million dollars?

423. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Unless it doesn’t rain, we’ll play tennis.

424. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Where buy you bread?

425. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
How do you go often shopping?

426. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
A: Do you have to speak German?
B: Yes, I have.

427. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I liked the shoes, and I tried on them.

428. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I have never been in Africa.

429. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
How long have you knowed Mary?

430. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Neither Tim nor Dawn doesn’t like tennis.

431. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
The event was much about talked.

432. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I told them to not drink that wine.

433. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
He asked that I wanted to go home.

434. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I knew that he will be late.

435. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
She said me about it.

436. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I wonder where is James.

437. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
How many languages do you tell?

438. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
He likes talking jokes.

439. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
He asked me don’t mention it.

440. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
If you had a thousand pounds, what will you buy?

441. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
If I don’t know him, I would believe you.

442. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
If only could he help!

443. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Your eyes are red. Did you cry?

444. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
How long are you waiting here?

445. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I knew that Tom had been being ill since Friday.

446. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
My brother was fined of illegal parking.

447. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I find it difficult cooking every day.

448. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
It’s no good try to explain it to him.

449. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
Don’t forget buying some bread.

450. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
She advised me to not go out.

451. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
The teacher made us to do a lot of homework.

452. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I came here for to speak to you.

453. Find the mistake and write down the correct sentence.
I live in a flat buying by my parents.

454. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
There is a picture … the wall.

455. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
There are four chairs … the living room.

456. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
It’s half.. two.

457. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
We go out … Fridays.

458. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
When does James arrive … work?

459. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I never go shopping … weekends.

460. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
We have lunch … one o'clock.

461. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I always go … bed late.

462. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Where is Kimiko … ?

463. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I have some keys … my pocket.

464. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
The post office is … the right.

465. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
My birthday is … January.

466. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I don’t often stay at home … summer.

467. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
The children like playing … the beach.

468. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
This is the last blue blouse … stock.

469. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Peter is looking … a better job.

470. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I don’t earn much … the moment.

471. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
What channel is the film … ?

472. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
There aren’t any clouds … the sky.

473. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
My aunt gave me socks … Christmas last year.

474. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Can I have a seat next … the window?

475. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I’d like a ticket … Manchester.

476. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Welcome … England!

477. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
How many newspapers only come out … Sunday?

478. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
What sort of information are you interested …?

479. Fill in the blanks with a conjunction if necessary:
My back aches … sitting at the computer all day.

480. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
British men don’t show enough appreciation … the women.

481. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
This country has a low standard … living.

482. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Which questions are you usually asked when you go … customs.

483. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I would like to book a single room … 5 nights.

484. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Have you got any things liable …. duty?

485. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
The Swedes lost … the Italians.

486. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
The gold cup was awarded … Hungary.

487. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I’m particularly interested … jazz music.

488. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Some snakes are fed … rabbits and small birds.

489. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
The country is governed … Parliament.

490. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
These questions will be discussed … the conference.

491. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I’m afraid we are short … petrol.

492. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I don’t care … classical music.

493. Fill in the blanks with a conjuction if necessary:
The girl … is sitting next to you is Don’s sister.

494. Fill in the blanks with a conjuction if necessary:
In the town … I was born there were no theatres and museums.

495. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
He wondered why I hadn’t been … school for a week.

496. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
John has applied … the post of a sales representative.

497. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Alice was promoted … the post of the computer Manager.

498. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Mr. Jackson retired last year, and Mr. Young took ….

499. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
My nephew, George, works … banking.

500. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
His business is far … old-fashioned.

501. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
One of the disadvantages … being a teacher is a low salary.

502. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Which part … speech is “common”?

503. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Vera studies … her own but also needs a language course.

504. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Lillian majors … agriculture.

505. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Rob is a student … Durham University.

506. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
We can’t change anything … a receipt.

507. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Which party is now … power?

508.

509. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
He won … a small number of votes.

510. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
He was arrested and charged … robbery.

511. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Have you ever done anything … the law?

512. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
They were sent … prison for five years.

513. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Don’t forget to print … an extra copy.

514. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
Are you familiar … this software programme?

515. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I will have to get.. touch with the Consumer Advice Bureau.

516. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I’m sorry. This style is … … stock at the moment.

517. Fill in the blanks with a preposition if necessary:
I am bored … mundane tasks.

518. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
black, green, cold, yellow

519. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
coffee, cake, tea, milk

520. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
notebook, radio, dictionary, magazine

521. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
umbrella, radio, television, video

522. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
mother, aunt, nephew, doctor

523. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
wife, mother, uncle, daughter

524. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
armchair, apple, sofa, table

525. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
pie, cake, pizza, juice

526. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
school, bank, bedroom, factory

527. Write down the word that suits the description.
Your mothers’ mother.

528. Write down the word that suits the description.
your brother’s daughter

529. Write down the word that suits the description.
a list of drinks and dishes in a cafe or a restaurant

530. Write down the word that suits the description.
a person who studies at college or university

531. Write down the word that suits the description.
a book where you can look up a word you don’t know

532. Write down the word that suits the description.
a meal you have in the morning

533. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Bread, toast, chicken, roll.

534. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Beef, lamb, pork, potatoes.

535. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Potatoes, pie, onions, cauliflower.

536. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Omelette, wine, coke, coffee.

537. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Dinner, lunch, shower, breakfast.

538. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Sink, fridge, cooker, garage.

539. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Hospital, beach, woods, river.

540. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Chemist’s, flower shop, baker’s, dining room.

541. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
To chat, to talk, to see, to speak.

542. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Theatre, cinema, concert hall, field.

543. Write down the word that doesn’t suit all the rest.
Along, alone, across, over.

544. Write down the word that suits the description.
A very thin person.

545. Write down the word that suits the description.
A very good-looking man.

546. Write down the word that suits the description.
To try to find something.

547. Write down the word that suits the description.
The place where you pay for your purchases in a shop.

548. Write down the word that suits the description.
A gentle wind.

549. Write down the word that suits the description.
A special wedding party.

550. Write down the word that suits the description.
To be late for the train.

551. Write down the word that suits the description.
The place where you can buy a train ticket.

552. Write down the word that suits the description.
To pay extra of you have to much luggage.

553. Write down the word that suits the description.
The place at an airport where an official checks your passport.

554. Write down the word that suits the description.
The bags you carry onto the plane with you.

555. Write down the word that suits the description.
The place above your head where you can put your hand luggage.

556. Write down the word that suits the description.
A person who writes plays.

557. Write down the word that suits the description.
The real story of a person’s life.

558. Write down the word that suits the description.
A woman who cleans the rooms in a hotel.

559. Write down the word that suits the description:
a play in which the words are sung to music.

560. Write down the word that suits the description:
The total number of actors in a play or film.

561. Write down the word that suits the description.
A place in the space where people are going to live permanently

562. Write down the word that suits the description.
If you can use a computer, you are ….

563. Write down the word that suits the description.
The American word for ‘barrister’

564. Write down the word that suits the description.
Killing somebody by accident

565. Write down the word that suits the description.
A person who commits a crime

566. Write down the word that suits the description.
To steal from shops when they are open

567. Write down the word that suits the description.
A machine which makes a noise if someone enters your home

568. Write down the word that suits the description.
A person who believes in Liberalism

569. Write down the word that suits the description.
A document you get when you graduate from university with a degree

570. Write down the word that suits the description.
A document you have to get to drive a car legally

571. Write down the word that suits the description.
A person, whose mood changes often and suddenly

572. Write down the word that suits the description.
An organization that helps people to find a friend, a partner or a spouse

573. Write down the word that suits the description.
A TV programme that gives factual information

574. Write down the word that suits the description.
Someone who is very ambitious

575. Write down the word that suits the description.
A person who thinks of himself first

576. Write down the word that suits the description.
The period of being a child

577. Write down the word that suits the description.
Being in love with someone

578. Write down the word that suits the description.
A person who works with you

579. Give a short affirmative answer to the question.
Is John a travel agent?

580. Give a short affirmative answer to the question.
Is your sister married?

581. Give a short affirmative answer to the question.
Are you from Russia?

582. Give a short negative answer to the question.
Is there a video in the room?

583. Give a short negative answer to the question.
Does Martha eat chocolate?

584. Form an adjective from the noun: Mexico

585. Form an adjective from the noun: France

586. Form an adjective from the noun: Spain

587. Form an adjective from the noun: Wales

588. Form an adjective from the noun: China

589. Form an adverb from the adjective: careful

590. Form an adverb from the adjective: good

591. Form an adverb from the adjective: angry

592. Form an adverb from the adjective: Fast.

593. Form an adverb from the adjective: Late.

594. Paraphrase the sentence using a phrasal verb:
When Nick is an adult, he’ll be an actor.

595. Paraphrase the sentence using a phrasal verb:
I learnt some Spanish words when I was in Madrid.

596. Paraphrase the sentence using a phrasal verb:
I’ll try to find his address in my address book.

597. Paraphrase the sentence using a phrasal verb: This blouse matches my suit.

598. Paraphrase the sentence using a phrasal verb: My washing machine stopped working.

599. Paraphrase the sentence using a phrasal verb:
Take a seat!

600. Fill in the missing part of a phrase verb.
I can’t find the newspaper. Did you throw it …?

601. Fill in the missing part of a phrasal verb.
When I grow …, I’m going to buy a TV set.

602. Fill in the missing part of a phrasal verb. Take … your jumper if you are hot.

603. Fill in the missing part of a phrasal verb. Can I try … these shoes?

604. Fill in the missing part of a phrasal verb.
I’m looking … to meeting your sister.

605. Fill in the missing part of a phrasal verb. Could you fill … this form, please?

606. Fill in the necessary form of the auxiliary verb:
When … you start learning English?

607. Fill in the necessary form of the auxiliary verb:
My children … been to Italy yet.


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