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WHOEVER/ WHATEVER/ WHICHEVER/WHENEVER/ WHEREVER

Before doing the following exercises revise grammar material N. A. Bonk, Unit 15: p. 336.

 

1. Put in whoever, whatever, etc., no matter who/ what, etc.

e.g. you marry, make sure he can cook.

1. Keep calm, happens.

2. Youll be very welcome, day you come.

3. The people in Canada will be friendly you go.

4. You can stay with us you like.

5. many times you say that, I wont believe you.

6. Ill marry I like.

7. you explain it to her, shes still going to be angry.

8. Its certain to be a good game, wins.

9. I try to talk to her, she goes out of the room.

10. you do, Ill always believe in you.

11. he goes, hell find friends.

12. hard he tries, he always gets everything wrong.

13. you say, I know Im right.

14. we go away, Paul wont be able to come with us.

15. many times I tell them, they forget.

 

2. Complete the sentences below with whoever, whatever, whichever, whenever, wherever, etc.

1. You are welcome to come and stay with us you like.

2. Id like to speak to is in charge of sales.

3. you do, dont forget to call me as soon as you arrive.

4. It comes in three colours; choose you prefer.

5. What do you want to do on Saturday? I dont mind - you like!

6. He always makes friends quickly, he goes.

7. borrowed the dictionary should return it as quickly as possible.

8. The teacher says I dont participate enough, but I try to speak, someone interrupts me!

9. There is no entrance free; you give you can afford.

10. He says hes from Brookston, . that is.

11. you do, dont tell them our secret!

12. discovers the best way to do this, will get a prize.

13. It doesnt really matter, choose you like best.

14. I get sick I travel by boat.

15. you go, I shall always come and see you.

16. We can go you like for our holidays, as long as we can afford it.

17. you do, please, do it quietly.




18. I try to go to bed early, someone makes a lot of noise.

19. . cinema you go to these days, itll be expensive.

20. did you get the room into such a mess, I had just tidied it.

21. I am at work most days; , you can usually catch me after 6 p.m.

 

WOULD RATHER + INFINITIVE

Before doing the following exercises revise grammar material N. A. Bonk, Unit 11: p. 342.

 

1. Answer the following questions using would rather because and your own ideas.

 

Your parents have offered to take you to Rome on holiday and your best friend has invited you to join him/ her in Majorca. Where would you prefer to go?

e. g. Id rather go to Majorca because I love being by the sea.

1. You have received two invitations. One is for a film premiere and one is for a rock concert. Which would you rather go to?

2. You have recently won the lottery jackpot. Would you rather have all of the money at once, or a set amount every month?

3. You need some extra money. Would you rather spend your evenings babysitting or get a paper round in the morning?

4. Your parents have offered to buy you a present. Would you rather have some new clothes or a pair of roller-blades?

5. You have lost the watch which your parents bought you and you know they will be angry. Would you rather buy yourself a new watch and pretend nothing has happened or tell the parents the truth?

 

2. Now you have to use Id rather you (did something). You are talking to a friend. You say youll do something but really you want your friend to do it.

e.g. Ill cook the dinner if you really want me to but Id rather you cooked it.

1. Ill phone Tom if you really want me to but Id rather ..

2. Ill do the washing-up if you really want me to but .

3. Ill go to the bank if you really want me to but .

4. Ill tell Ann what happened if you really want me to but ..

 

3. Answer these questions using Id prefer or Id rather Use the words in brackets for your answers.

e.g. Shall we walk? (prefer/go by car)

Id prefer to go by car.

Shall we eat now? (rather/eat a bit later)

Id rather eat a bit later.

1. Shall we play tennis? (prefer/go for a swim)

2. Shall we watch television? (rather/read a book)

3. Shall we leave now? (rather/wait for a few minutes)

4. Shall we go to a restaurant? (prefer/eat at home)

5. Shall we decide now? (rather/think about it for a while?

 

HAD BETTER+ INFINITIVE

Before doing the following exercises revise grammar material N. A. Bonk, Unit 15: p. 346.

 

1. Read the situation and write sentences with had better or had better not. Use the words in brackets.

e.g. Youre going out for a walk with Tom. It looks as if it might rain. You say to Tom: (an umbrella)

Wed better take an umbrella.

1. Michael has just cut himself. Its a bad cut. You say to him: (a plaster)

2. You and Kate plan to go to a restaurant this evening. Its a popular restaurant. You say to Kate: (reserve)

3. John doesnt look very well - not well enough to go to work. You say to him: (work)

4. You received a phone bill four weeks ago, but you havent paid it yet. If you dont pay soon, you could be in trouble. You say to yourself: (pay)

5. You want to go out, but youre expecting an important phone call. You say to your friend: (go out)

6. You and Liz are going to the theatre. Youve missed the bus and you dont want to be late. You say to Liz: (a taxi)

 

2. Put in had better where suitable. If had better is not suitable, use should.

e.g. a) I have an appointment in ten minutes.

Id better go now or Ill be late.

b) Its a great film.

You should go and see it.

1. I get up early tomorrow. Ive got a lot to do.

2. When people are driving, they keep their eyes on the road.

3. Im glad to see you. You come more often.

4. Shell be upset if we dont invite her to the wedding, so we . invite her.

5. These biscuits are delicious. You try one.

6. I think everybody . learn a foreign language.

 




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