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Лексико-грамматические упражнения для подготовки к ЕГЭ обучающихся 11-х классов.

Лексико-грамматические упражнения для подготовки к ЕГЭ обучающихся 11-х классов.

Олимпиады: Английский язык 2 - 11 классы

Содержимое разработки

Exercises

NOUNS

  1. Write the plurals

brother

brothers

woman


match


box


camera


baby


photo


person


church


secretary


radio


thief


sandwich


foot


door


wolf


lady


tomato


gentleman


man


tooth


watch


key


child


teacher


boy


deer


monkey


leaf


piano


city


potato


Write the correct form of the nouns

  1. I need some ____ to light the fire.    

2.The bay has got two new _____.      

3.Alex saw some _____ running across the floor.  

    

4.If a houseplant is given too much water, its lower____turn yellow.

5.New scientific ____ are made every day                  

 in ______.        

6.In the mountains we saw some_____, _______      ______ and wild ______.

7. I can see trees and _____ outside the window.        

MATCH

TOOTH

MOUSE

LEAF

DISCOVERY

 LABORATORY

WOLF       FOX

DEER        SHEEP

BUSH

  1. Complete the sentences with the possessive form of the nouns

  1. The ___ hat is red.

  1. The ____hats are red.

  2. The _______toys are all over the floor.

  3. I fixed the ______bike.

  4. This is a _____purse.

  5. That store sells _____clothes.

  6. Do you know my ____husband?

BOY

BOYS

CHILDREN

CHILD

WOMAN

WOMEN

SISTER

Add apostrophes to the possessive nouns

  1. Jims last name is Smith.

  1. Jim’s last name is Smith.

  2. Bobs cat likes to sleep on the sofa

  3. My teachers names are MS. Rice and MR. Molina.

  4. My mothers first name is Maria.

ADJECTIVES

1.Write the comparative and the superlative forms of the following adjectives.

happy

young

shallow

difficult

dirty

patient

hot

comfortable

brave

friendly

ridiculous

late-later

little

2.Complete the sentences using the correct form of the  adjectives in brackets .

  1. Jill’s a ________ (intelligent) person than my brother.

  2. Kate was the_________ (practical) of the family.

  3. Greg felt __________ (bad) yesterday than the day before.

  4. This cake is the ____________ (good) I’ve ever tasted.

  5. Jack was the________ (tall) of the two.

  6. Jack is the__________ (clever) of the three brothers.

  7. If you need any ___________ (far) information, please contact our head office.

  8.  The sinking of Titanic is one of _____________ (famous) shipwreck stories of all time.

  9. Please, send the books back without_________ (far) delay.

  10. The deposits of oil in Russia are  the __________ (rich) in the world.

  11. Could you come a bit _______ (early) tomorrow?

  12. I like this song _________ (well) than the previous one.

  13. Which of these two performances did you enjoy ________ (much)?

PRONOUNS

1. Fill in the gap with the correct object pronoun. 

  1. Who is that lady? — Why are you looking at __________?

  2. Do you know that young handsome man?-Yes, I study with __________.

  3. Please, listen to _______. I want to express my point of view.

  4. These puppies are so nice! Do you want to look at ______.

  5. We like this house. We're going to buy _________.

  6. He can't see _______ because we are sitting in the last row.

  7. Where are the keys to our flat? I can't find _______.

  8. Where is Ann? I want to talk to _________.

  9. This snake is poisonous. I'm very afraid of _______.

  10. Don't wait for _______ for dinner. I'll return very late at night.

  11. He left Polotsk long ago. I haven't seen _______ since.

  12. You can fully rely on _______. We won't let you down.

2. Complete the sentences with reflexive pronouns.

  1. I am angry with __________.

  2. He fell down and hurt __________.

  3. Tell me more about __________.

  4. She believes in __________.

  5. We are sure of __________.

  6. They did everything __________.

  7. Did you translate the text __________.

  8. I saw everything __________.

  9. The knife was sharp, and she cut __________.

  10. They introduced __________.

  11. Can you do many things _________?

  12. Does your friend Nick often talk to you about _________?

  13. Did your mother buy anything for _________ last week?

  14. Are you always sure of _________?

  15. Do you believe in _________?

  16. Did the pupils answer all the questions _________?

  17. Did you make the dress ______________ .

3. Complete the sentences using possessive pronouns.

  1. This is my mum. _________ name's Jess.

  2. These are my sisters. ________ names are Mary and Dina.

  3. These are my parents. _________ names are Tanya and Bob

  4. This is my cousin. _________ name's Helen.

  5. This is my cousin. ______ name's Fred

  6. This is my aunt. _______ name's Pam.

  1. Insert absolute possessive pronouns.

Jason: Whose sunglasses are these?

Kate They're Amy's, I think. Yes, they're (1) _______.

Paul: Whose baseball cap is this?

Amy: That's (2) ______  too! Thanks.

Kate: Ugh!  Whose dirty towel is this?

Jason: Ask Paul. I think it's (3) __________ .

Paul: Yes, it is. Thanks. You've got a great T-shirt, Amy!

Kate: Thanks. I borrowed it from my big sister. So it's (4) __________ really.

Jason: What about this umbrella?

Paul: Don't be silly, Jason! You brought it, so it must be (5) __________.

Kate: Does this beach ball belong to us?

Jason: No, it isn't (6) __________. Those kids over there were looking for a ball, so it's (7) _________ probably.

VERBS

1.Write four forms of the following verbs

  1. smile

  2. run

  3. sleep

  4. stop

  5. write

  6. cut

  7. plan

  8. say

  1. cry

  2. study

  3. lie

  4. get

  5. hit

  6. win

  7. die

  8. come

1. Put the following sentences into the correct tense: Simple Past, Simple Present, Present Continuous or Past Continuous, Present Perfect.

  1. I ________ (listen) to the radio while Mary __________ (cook) dinner.

  2. You __________ (buy) this book yesterday?

  3. Last Friday Jill __________ (go) home early because she __________ (want) to see a film.

  4. When your brother usually __________ (get) home in the evening?

  5. Jane always __________ (bring) us a nice present.

  6. What those people __________ (do) in the middle of the road?

  7. You __________ (read) this book?

  8. While Fred __________ (sleep), Judy __________ (watch) TV.

  9. When I __________ (be) young, I __________ (think) Mary  __________ (be) nice — but now I  __________ (think) she’s fantastic.

  10. Jill __________ (walk) home when she __________ (see) her husband’s car outside the cinema

  11. Look there! Sue and Tim __________ (run) to school.

  12. Jack’s father __________ (not work) in London — he __________ (not speak) English.

  13. Joe __________ (buy) a car yesterday.

  14. Their father often __________ (go) to rock concerts.

  15. While you __________ (sleep), mother __________ (arrive).

  1. Put the following sentences into the correct tense:  Present Perfect, Past

Simple, Present Perfect Continuous.

  1. Today is Thursday, and John ________ (be) late twice this week; he________ (be) late yesterday and on Monday.

  2. I first________ (meet) George a month ago, and I ________ (meet) him several times since then.

  3. It is October now, and we ________ (do) a lot of work this year; we ________ (do) a lot last year too.

  4. She ________ (buy) a coat last winter, but she________ (not / buy) a new dress since 2008.

  5. It’s only the middle of the month, and he________ (spend) (already) most of his salary; he ________ (spend) $60 yesterday,

  6. I ________ (break) my leg in 1991, but I ________ (break) (never) my arm.

  7. He’s over sixty, and he’s still working. He ________ (work) hard all his life. When he ________ (be) a young man, he sometimes ________ (work) all night.

  8. The postman ________ (come) at eight yesterday, but it’s now half past eight and he ________ (not / come) yet.

  9. Today is May 25th. Ted ________ (not / be) absent this month.

  10. He ________ (feel) extremely ill when he went to hospital, but he ________ (feel) much better since he came out of hospital a month ago.

3.Put the verb into the correct form, present simple or past simple, active or passive.

1. It's a big factory. Five hundred people are employed (employ) there.

2. Water ___________ (cover) most of the Earth's surface.

3. Most of the Earth's surface ___________ (cover) by water.

4. The park gates ___________ (lock) at 6.30 p.m. every evening.

5. The letter __________ (post) a week ago and it ____________ (arrive) yesterday.

6. The boat ________ (sink) quickly but fortunately everybody ________________ (rescue).

7. Jacob's parents _____________ (die) when he was very young. He and his sister _________ (bring) up by their grandparents.

8. I was born in London but I __________ (grow) up in the north of England.

9. While I was on holiday, my camera ________ (steal) from my hotel room.

10. While I was on holiday, my camera _________ (disappear) from my hotel room.

11. The company is not independent. It ________________ (own) by a much larger company.

12. I saw an accident last night. Somebody __________ (call) an ambulance but nobody ___________ (injure) so the ambulance _____________ (not / need).

  1. Use passive or active voice.

1. Nobody (to see) him yesterday. 2. The telegram (to receive) tomorrow. 3. He (to give) me this book next week. 4. The answer to this question can (to find) in the encyclopedia. 5. We (to show) the historical monuments of the capital to the delegation. 6. You can (to find) interesting information about the life in the USA in this book. 7. Budapest (to divide) into two parts: Buda and Pest. 8. Yuri Dolgoruki (to found) Moscow in 1147. 9. Moscow University (to found) by Lomonosov. 10. We (to call) Zhukovski the father of Russian aviation.

PARTICIPLES

1.Choose the right participle

.

1. interesting/interested

This exercise is ________.

2. exciting/excited

On Christmas Eve, many children are so ______ that they stay up all night.

3. annoying/annoyed

My friend has a very ______ habit.

4. tiring/tired

I had such a ______ day I went straight to bed.

5. relaxing/relaxed

We were_________ after our holidays.

6. disgusting/disgusted

Their hamburgers are ________ .

7. satisfying/satisfied

I'm not __________ with my job.

8. boring/bored

George always talks about the same things, he is so __________.

9. disappointing/disappointed

I like this actor but the film was _________.

10.confusing/confused

English grammar can be________.

2.Write the right form of the participles.

 

1.The people I work with are _____ with their work.

SATISFY

2.John was ______ by the news report.

DISGUST

3.We thought that the instructions were _____

CONFUSE

4.It’s an ______little story. You should read it.

AMUSE

5.Working late every day is_____.

TIRE

6.I’m not really _____ in sport.

INTEREST

7.Do you feel ____about them?

WORRY

8.All this information is making me ____.

CONFUSE

9.I had a ____weekend because of the rain.

BORE

10.Young children are often ____of the dark.

SCARE

ОТВЕТЫ

NOUNS

  1. write the plurals

brother

brothers

woman

women

match

matches

box

boxes

camera

cameras

baby

babies

photo

photos

person

people

church

churches

secretary

secretaries

radio

radios

thief

thieves

sandwich

sandwiches

foot

feet

door

doors

wolf

wolves

lady

ladies

tomato

tomatoes

gentleman

gentlemen

man

men

tooth

teeth

watch

watches

key

keys

child

children

teacher

teachers

boy

boys

deer

deer

monkey

monkeys

leaf

leaves

piano

pianos

city

cities

potato

potatoes

Write the correct form of the nouns

1.matches

2.teeth

3.mice

4.leaves

5.discoveries

6.laboratories

7.wolves

8.foxes

9.deer

10.sheep

11.bushes

  1. Complete the sentences with the possessive form of the nouns

1.boy’s

2.boys’

3.children’s

4.child’s

5.woman’s

6.women’s

7.sister’s

  1. Add apostrophes to the possessive nouns

  1. Jims last name is Smith.

  1. Jim’s last name is Smith.

  2. Bob’s cat likes to sleep on the sofa

  3. My teachers’ names are MS. Rice and MR. Molina.

  4. My mother’s first name is Maria.

ADJECTIVES

1.Write the comparative and the superlative forms of the following adjectives.

happy – happier  –  the happiest

young – younger - the youngest

shallow -  shallower/more shallow - shallowest/the most shallow

difficult -  more difficult - the most difficult

dirty  – dirtier - the dirtiest

patient - more patient - the most patient

hot – hotter - the hottest

comfortable - more comfortable - the most comfortable

brave  –  braver - the bravest

friendly – more friendly - the most friendly

ridiculous - more ridiculous – the most ridiculous

late - later – the latest

little – less - the least

2.Complete the sentences using the correct form of the  adjectives in brackets .

  1. more intelligent

  2. most practical

  3. worse

  4. best

  5. tallest

  6. cleverest/the most clever

  7. further

  8. most famous

  9. further

  10. richest

  11. earlier

  12. better

  13. more

PRONOUNS

  1. Fill in the gap with the correct object pronoun. 

  1. her

  2. him

  3. me

  4. them

  5. it

  6. us

  7. them

  8. her

  9. it

  10. me

  11. him

  12. us

  1. Complete the sentences with reflexive pronouns.

  1. Myself

  2. Himself

  3. Youself

  4. Herself

  5. Ourselves

  6. Themselves

  7. Yourself

  8. Myself

  9. Herself

  10. Themselves

  11. Yourself

  12. Himself

  13. Herself

  14. Yourself

  15. Yourself

  16. Themselves

  17. yourself

  1. Complete the sentences using possessive pronouns.

  1. Her

  2. Their

  3. Their

  4. Her

  5. His

  6. her

  1. Insert absolute possessive pronouns.

  1. Hers

  2. Mine

  3. His

  4. Hers

  5. Yours

  6. Mine

  7. Theirs

VERBS

1.Write four forms of the following verbs

  1. Smile – smile – smiled - smiling

  2. Run – ran – run - running

  3. Sleep – slept – slept - sleeping

  4. stop – stopped – stopped - stopping

  5. write – wrote - -written - writing

  6. cut – cut – cut - cutting

  7. plan – planned – planned - planning

  8. say – said – said - saying

  9. cry – cried – cried - crying

  10. study – studied – studied - studying

  11. lie – lay – lain - lying

  12. get – got – got  - getting

  13. hit – hit – hit - hitting

  14. win – won – won - winning

  15. die – died – died - dying

  16. come – came – come - coming

1. Put the following sentences into the correct tense: Simple Past, Simple Present, Present Continuous or Past Continuous, Present Perfect.

1 was listening / was cooking, 2 did you buy, 3 went / wanted, 4 does your brother usually get, 5  brings, 6 are people doing, 7 have you read, 8 was sleeping / was watching, 9 was /thought / think, 10 was walking / saw, 11 are running, 12 doesn’t work / doesn’t speak, 13 bought, 14 goes, 15 were sleeping / arrived.

2. Put the following sentences into the correct tense:  Present Perfect, Past Simple, Present Perfect Continuous.

1. has been / was, 2. met /have met, 3. have done / did, 4. bought / hasn’t bought, 5. has already spent / spent, 6. broke / have never broken, 7. has been working hard / was / worked, 8. came / hasn’t come, 9. hasn’t been, 10. felt / has felt

3.Put the verb into the correct form, present simple or past simple, active or passive.

2.covers

3.is covered

4.are locked

5.was posted/ arrived

6.sank/ was rescued

7.died/were brought up

8.grew

9.was stolen

10. disappeared

11.is owned

12.called/was injured/wasn’t needed

  1. Use passive or active voice.

1.saw

2.will be received

3.will give

4.be found

5. showed

6.find

7.is divided

8.founded

9.was founded

10.call

PARTICIPLES

  1. Choose the right participle

  2. This exercise is interesting.

  3. On Christmas Eve, many children are so excited that they stay up all night.

  4. My friend has a very annoying habit.

  5. I had such a tiring day I went straight to bed.

  6. We were relaxed after our holidays.

  7. Their hamburgers are disgusting.

  8. I'm not satisfied with my job.

  9. George always talks about the same things, he is so boring.

  10. I like this actor but the film was disappointing.

  11. English grammar can be confusing.

2.Write the right form of the participles.

  1. satisfied

  2. disgusted

  3. confusing

  4. amusing

  5. tiring

  6. interested

  7. worried

  8. confused

  9. boring

  10. scared

 



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