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PRONOUNS

PERSONAL, POSSESSIVE AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS

 

Ex.1 (elementary level). A.Fill in the gaps with suitable personal pronouns.

E.g.: Take these books and read them at home, please.

 

1. My sister works as a nurse in our hospital. ___ is very busy. 2. My brother and I were born the same day. ___ are twins. 3. Ben, are ___ going with us? 4. Buy some milk and boil ___ at home. 5. These two boys dont know the game. ___ are new members of our club. 6. My brother knows English well. ___ studies at the university. 7. ___ say, it will rain hard tomorrow.

 

B.Use personal pronouns in the proper forms.

 

1. I looked at (he). He was tallerthan (I). 2. These exercises are difficult. Do (they) at home. 3. He is sitting between (you) and (I). 4. I know (she) well. 5. Nobody knows that (they) work together. 6. (I) hope you will go with (we). 7. Read this text and translate (it) into English. 8. There was some talk between Tom and (she). 9. (I) know this girl. (She) works with (they). 10. Why are (you) shouting at (I)? 11. Take some bread and eat (it) with butter.

 

C.Translate.

 

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Ex. 2.Use possessive pronouns in the proper forms.

 

1. She put out (her, hers) hand and took (my, mine). 2. The policeman wanted (our, ours) passports. I gave him (my, mine) and Mary got (her, hers) out of (her, hers) handbag. 3. Mind (your, yours) own business and I will mind (my, mine). 4. He left (her, hers) with (their, theirs) child. 5. John put his hand on (her, hers) to comfort her. 5. (Their, Theirs) story comes in two versions: (her, hers) and (my, mine). 6. Have you heard this plan of (our, ours)? 7. (My, Mine) opinion of him is not different from (your, yours). 8. (Their, Theirs) is not a good marriage. 9. (Your, Yours) health is as bad as (my, mine). 9. This is (our, ours) home as much as (their, theirs). 10. Of course, this is a joke of (her, hers). 11. Where is (your, yours) seat? I dont want to take (my, mine). 12. We have chosen (our, ours) room, take (your, yours). 13. (My, Mine) information is not very detailed. Neither is (my, mine.) 14. (Our, ours) flat is on the second floor. So is (her, hers). 15 He is a friend of (my, mine). 16. This book is not Marys. Its (my, mine). 17. That thought is not (her, hers), she has never arranged (her, hers) thoughts so clearly.

Ex. 3.Translate.

 

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Ex. 4.Insert the proper reflexive pronoun.

 

1. Sally knows _______ better than other people know her. 2. Simon calmed _______ with difficulty. 3. He saw that she was seating _______ in the chair at the door. 4. At two oclock I was cooling _______ in the lake. 5. I _______ dont like such activities. 6. He wasnt laughing at the situation, what he was laughing was _______. 7. One respects _______ more after making a serious decision. 8. The children opened the door _______. 9. Even love _______ finishes with death. 10. We wash _______ in the bathroom. 11. They blamed _______ for this unlucky marriage. 12. Look, our boss _______ is coming up to Jessica to greet her! 13. I am sure you want to do it _______, dear. 14. I hope you both enjoyed _______ in Paris. 15. Mary can be obedience _______ when she wants something. 16. We cant imagine _______ dancing at that party. 17. You dont have to remind _______ of it all the time. 17. Sit down and make _______ at home. 18. The dress _______ is good; you just cant wear it to that party. 19. She is loyalty _______.

Ex. 5.Insert a reflexive or a personal pronoun where necessary.

 

1. Behave _______! You are not at home. Learn to behave _______ in public. 2. He shaves _______ every day. 3. I plan to take my brother with _______. 4. My sister looks at _______ in the mirror every morning. 5. My sister likes sweets and often buys candies for _______. 6. She likes her daughter and dresses _______ very well. 7. We decided to keep the fruit for _______. 8. Take care of _______ or I _______ will take care of _______. 9 Ill talk to you when I make _______ a cup of tea. I can make one for _______ as well. 10. Go and wash _______. 11. John washed _______ and ran out. 12. When she wakes up she likes to stretch _______ in the bed. 13. I fell and hurt _______ badly. 14. Take the bread and cut _______, but be careful and dont cut _______. 15. Dont help me, I can do it _______. 16. Look at the baby! Feed _______ before he starts to feed _______. 17. When my Mum is at home I talk to _______, but when I am alone I talk to _______. 18. I felt _______ bad when I ate too many plumps. 19. After he fell from the stairs he felt _______ nervously. Fortunately, he had only two or three bruises.

 

Ex. 6.Change the sentences using reflexive pronouns.

E.g.: He was alone in the room. He was by himself in the room.

 

1. We can see it with our own eyes. 2. I prefer to keep it secret. 3. She recovered consciousness. 4. They live on their own. 5. You dont need to come in person, guys. 6. Jane looks a different person today. 7. Do you cook without other peoples help? 8. They left him alone. 9. He imagined he was a genius. 10. Did you study the language without a teacher? 11. On Monday I was greeted by none other than our boss. 12. They divided it among each other. 13. She is perfection incarnate. 14. You may have the computer at your disposal.

 

Ex. 7.Translate

 

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DEMONSTRATIVE, INTERROGATIVE, RELATIVE AND CONJUNCTIVE PRONOUNS

Ex. 1. A.Insert this, that, these, thoseorit.

 

1. ______ is a good idea. 2. All ______ is very interesting. 3. None of ______ present was surprised on hearing ______. 4. ______ will do. 5. Try one of ______ keys. 6. Whats this? ______ is a new machine. 7. ______ are computers of the latest type. 8. I felt something cold on my cheek. ______ was a snowflake. 9. Who were you listening to? ______ were my neighbours. 10. You can take ______ book beside you or ______ magazine on the farthest desk. 11. Can you see ______ men at the shop across the street? ______ are my Daddy and his friend. 12. ______ boy you are in love with is dangerous. Cant you feel ______?

B.Insertsuch (a) /soorthe same/like that.

 

1. This is ______ house we occupied last year. It is ______ nice house, and it is ______ cozy. 2. She was really ______ nice girl. She was ______ friendly. I always wanted to have a friend ______. 3. It was ______ cold that the game was cancelled. 4. It was ______ hot weather that I couldnt work. 5. We were in ______ class. 6. The book was ______ boring that I stopped reading it. I will never read books ______. 7. It was ______ good film that went to see it four times. 8. This is ______ bus we took in the morning. I like buses ______, they are quick. 9. They had ______ nice friends that I envied them. 10. And their garden is ______ beautiful! 11. Why do they talk in ______ loud voices? 12. The canteen served ______ food that I couldnt eat it. Who runs canteens ______? 13. It was ______ quick car that the police couldnt catch it. This criminal uses ______ car all the time. 14. It was ______ long lecture that I almost fell asleep. I dont usually attend lectures ______. 15. It was ______ dark that we stayed inside. 16. The bag was ______ heavy that we couldnt lift it. 17. He was ______ good person that everybody liked him. 18. The language is ______ difficult that foreigners cant learn it. 19. Id love to have a car ______. Its ______ fast. 20. I was ______ tired that I went to sleep standing up. 21. My sister and I share ______ room.

 

C ( creative task). Suggest your partner a sentence with such or so. He should paraphrase it using such instead of so or so instead of such. You can use the following words in your sentences:

Nouns: boy, girl, weather, friend, idea, walk, car, classroom, bed, song, animal, film, story, tree, house, street etc.

Adjectives: good, busy, bad, clever, big, comfortable, nasty, sunny, naughty, devoted, long, interesting, quick, light, large, merry, sad, boring, high, low, short etc.

E.g.: He is such a good boy. This boy is so good.

The bed is so comfortable. It is such a comfortable bed.

Ex. 2. Substitute thatorthose for a repeated noun.

E.g.: You will not find better flowers here than the flowers in the central park. You will not find better flowers here than those in the central park.

1. The music composed by Mozart and the music composed by Churlionis are very different. 2. The English of Great Britain is more accurate than the English of the States. 3. I like stories by OHenry more than the stories by Mark Twain. 4. I prefer sweets made with honey to the sweets made with sugar. 5. Natural silk is of higher quality than the silk produced artificially. 6. He is interested in the history of his country much more than in the history of the whole world. 7. I spend the holidays of winter in a much more interesting way than the holidays of spring. 8. There are no richer museums than the museums of St. Petersburg. 9. Not a single day out of the days you spent in Manchester was useful. 10. Barbaras eyes met the eyes of Grandma. 11. The expression of her face was the expression of an angry child. 12. My family would consider such a job as the job of my uncle very boring. 13. The climate of England is worse than the climate of the Crimea. 14. The trees of our garden are very similar to the trees of my childhood.

 

Ex. 3.Insert an interrogative, relative or conjunctive pronoun.

 

1. ______ color is your sweater? 2. ______ color is your sweater, blue or grey? 3. No book ______ you have bought is worth the money ______ you spent. 4. ______ a fine day! 5. ______ is he, your brother or just a friend? 6. ______ is he, an economist or a manager of a big concern? 6. ______ is the person we are looking for: Bob, John or George? 7. ______ do you think can do it? 8. ______ are your plans for this summer? 9. ______ works as an assistant in the office? 10. There was Michael ______ father wrote the letters. 11. I dont know ______ you would like to see. 12. ______ turn is it now? 13. I saw the mountain the top of ______ was covered with snow. 14. This is the reason ______ she did it. 15. He liked the people among ______ he lived. 16. I have the same difficulty ______ you had. 17. Do you know the man ______ wrote the letter? 18. The magazine ______ you gave me is very interesting. 19. There is the student ______ book youve found. 20. The street ______ leads there is very wide.

 

Ex. 4.Ask questions to the italicized words.

 

1. You are watchingthem. 2. Our manager works from nine till five. 3. Jane will help me. 4. This is my sisters dog. 5. Some of your books are on the table. 6. My suitcase will be either blue or green. 7. Our children are sitting under the tree. 8. Our neighbour is waiting for them. 9. We saw Mrs. Black yesterday. 10. My name is John Lee. 11. That car is mine. 12. I bought a few new magazines several days ago. 13. Shes got a pink blouse on. 14. Our dining-room is the largest room in the house. 15. These boys are my brothers. 16. I rang up my niece. 17. Iam looking for the dictionary. 18. May is the fifth month of the year. 19. The sweater is made of wool. 20. The man asked for a cup of tea. 21. He has bought a gold watch. 22. He dictated a letter to the secretary. 23. My new car is black. 24. The directors office is on the third floor. 25. My uncle is a mechanic in the garage.

 

Ex. 5. Translate.

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QUANTIFIERS

Ex. 1.Replace the Ukrainian words by suitable English equivalents.

 

1. Have you got () money till tomorrow? 2. There is () bread in the house, but not enough to feed everybody. 3. She has () books on this subject in her library. 4. There is () stationery in our local book-shop. 5. He takes () sugar in his tea. 6. There is () sugar in the sugar-bowl. 7. You wont get () advice from him. He is too young. 8. Youve brought too () luggage with you. 9. () furniture in the room makes it too empty. 10. Fortunately, they have () extra chairs in their house. 11. If you are thirsty, they can give you () water. 12. There is () butter in the butter-dish.

Ex. 2. A.Fill in the gaps with much, many, a lot of

 

1. ______ people want to see this play. 2. Well have to go. We havent got ______ time. 3. ______ is said about the book and ______ read it. 4. He always puts ______ salt on his food. 5. I didnt drink ______ wine. 6. We spent ______ money on our test. 7. How ______ sheets of paper do you want. I want ______ paper. 8. How ______ does it cost? 9. Hes got so ______ information; he doesnt know what to do with it. 10. I put ______ sugar in my tea. Perhaps too ______ 11. Have you got ______ friends? 12. Her head is always inaccurate. Perhaps shes got too ______ hair. No, she just cant take care of it. 13. There are very many illustrations in the magazine. 14. Hes received so ______ advice that he doesnt know what to do with it. 15. ______ of the work was done in the morning. 16. She is a very quiet person. She doesnt say ______. 17. Do you work ______ during the week? 18. There isnt ______ harm in it.

.Fill in the gaps with (a) little, (a) few

 

1. Hurry up! Weve got ______ time. 2. I last saw Tom ______ days ago. 3. The village was very small. There were only ______ houses. 4. Have you got any money? Yes, ______. Do you want to borrow some? 5. Ive got ______ books on this subject.6. Theres no use asking him about it. He has ______ knowledge of the subject. 7. He is not popular. He has very ______ friends. 8. Please, give me ______ water. 9. You rest too ______. 10. The theatre is almost empty. There are only ______ people there. 11. May I have ______ wine, please? 12. Would you like some more ice-cream? Yes, but only ______. 13. As this town is not well-known, ______ tourists come here. 14. He doesnt speak much English, there are only ______ words. 15. I have only ______ things left undone. 16. ______ know about it. 17. It is ______ use trying to change her mind. 18. Could you possibly give me ______ help? 19. ______ teenagers in the village could read. 20. I only need ______ minutes to get ready. 21. She only wanted ______ love, ______ kindness. 22. Nadia drank ______ coffee and no alcohol. 23. Unfortunately, he had ______ friends.

 

Ex. 3.Write much/many or little/few with so, as, too or very.

 

1. Thank you ______ for your help. 2. There is ______ friendship in the world, people behave like animals. 3. Are there ______ chairs as people? 4. You can never have ______ love. 5. I like your hair ______. 6. ______ learning is a dangerous thing. 7. Men of ______ words are the best men. 8. Never before have we had ______ time in which to do ______. 9. Bob feels ______ better today. 10. I dont know ______ poems as you. 11. Shes got ______ relatives! Only a mother and a sister, I think. 12. Get ______ tickets as you can. 13. We are ______ today that wed better go home. 14. You want ______ from me.

 

Ex. 4.Make the sentences using there be/I have + much/many/ (a) little/ (a) few:

E.g.: This is the old part of the city (historical places). There are many historical places there.

I must go but (minutes to talk to you). I must go but I have a few minutes to talk to you.

 

1. London is a very big city (streets, avenues and squares). 2. This side street is very quiet (traffic). 3. The film wasnt very interesting (people who liked it). 4. It was very late (time to finish the task). 5. We cant make sandwiches (butter in the fridge). 6. The lecturer was a very interesting man (questions after his lecture). 7. (books) if you need them. 8. I need all the paper but (sheets for you). 9. We will have a hard time this spring (examinations). 10. Im looking forward to this party (interesting people). 11. I dont have good friends in this town but (good acquaintances). 12. He was a difficult person (friends). 13. Ten years ago you could cross this river practically everywhere (bridges across it). 14. We have no tea in our house but (coffee). 15. My tea is not sweet enough (sugar).

Ex. 5.Translate.

 

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INDEFINITE AND NEGATIVE PRONOUNS

 

Ex. 1.Choose the right word.

 

1. I cant find (some/any) butter, but weve got (some/any) margarine. 2. Emma has got (some/any) old pictures of the house to show us. 3. There arent (some/any) buses on Sunday. 4. Helen has brought me (some/any) beautiful roses from the garden. 5. Have you got (some/any) free time on Wednesday? 6. (Some/Any) of Lauras friends were at the party last night. 7. I had three sets of those keys, but I cant find (some/any) of them now. 8. Hardly (some/any) of the smaller cars had enough leg room for Jack. 9. Do you know if (some/any) of the Jacksons are coming with them? 10. Can I get you (some/any) coffee? Ive just made (some/any). 11. I havent done (some/any) revisions for the exam I know I will fail. 12. If there is (some/any) soup left, put it in the fridge. 13. Helen can ride a bike without (some/any) help now. 14. Do you know if Eve has got (some/any) brothers or sisters? 15. Harriet has got (some/any) beautiful jewelry, but she never wears it. 16. (Any/No) doctor can tell you if youve got flu. 17. (Any/No) doctor can tell you exactly how long you are going to live. 18. You can hear (any/no) kind of music you like at the world festival.

 

Ex. 2.Insert some orany.

 

1. I have ______ friends living in Liverpool. 2. If you have ______ news, call me back. 3. We certainly dont want ______ trouble. 4. There is ______ soup in the pan, you can eat it. Do you need ______ bread? 5. There arent ______ trains until morning. 6. There is hardly ______ place in this house where we can talk alone. 7. Why do you always ask if ______ has come? 8. She looked everywhere for salt, but she couldnt find ______. 9. Can you help me to borrow ______ more money? 10. It was unlikely that ______ of the guests will leave soon. 11. They understood each other without ______ words. 12. He wants ______ more tea, Jessica. Give him ______. 13. Ann is younger than ______ other girl in her class. 14. I suppose we are going to return ______ time. 15. Go and ask him for ______ more paper. I dont have ______ in my desk. 16. Would you like ______ tea?

 

Ex. 3.Insert some, any, no, not anyornone.

 

1. There is ______ milk left in the bottle. Its empty. 2. Put ______ salt in your salad, there is ______ salt in it. 3. ______ boy at the school could perform this exercise, it was too difficult. 4. He wants ______ more pudding. You can take it away. 5. There are ______ matches left. You must buy ______. ______ of us have time for it. 6. ______ time ago I read about it. 7. We have heard ______ news that might interest you. 8. The hall was full, we could find ______ vacant seat. 9. They told me ______ strange story. There was ______ clear idea there but ______ of the episodes were funny. 10. ______ thirty questions have been discussed. 11. Have ______ jam, it is very good. Thanks, I dont want ______. I take ______ jam with my tea. 12. ______ of them visited the exhibition. 13. ______ student did it correctly. 14. You can take ______ book you like. 15. Can I offer you ______ help? 16. Will you have ______ more juice? Youve had only one glass. 17. Are there ______ questions? 18. You can talk to ______ of them. 19. ______ news is good news. Little time is ______ time. 20. ______ twenty people came here.

 

Ex. 4.Translate.

 

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Ex. 5. A.Choose the right word.

 

1. I havent got (something/anything) to wear to the party. 2. Theres (somebody/ anybody) waiting for you at reception. 3. Nobody can find out (something/anything) about where the exams will be. 4. Theres (something/anything) strange about Peters behavior today. 5. Is there (something/anything) we should bring to the meeting? 6. Shall I bring you (something/anything) to read while you wait? 7. She refuses to have (something/anything) to do with her family now. 8. I doubt that theres (something/ anything) we can do now. 9. Never trust (someone/anyone) who has a perfectly tidy desk. 10. Just say (anything/nothing) for us to see if the microphone works. 11. If you are arrested, say (anything/nothing) until your lawyer comes. 12. I (cant hear/can hear) any music. 13. Belinda talks to (anybody/nobody) about her problems. 14. My old Granny will talk to (anybody/nobody) who will listen. 14. I have seen him (somewhere/anywhere), but I dont remember where exactly. 15. You will find red double-deckers only in London and (anywhere/nowhere) else. 16. I dont know where you can find James. He can be (anywhere/somewhere). 17. You may play (somewhere/anywhere) you like, kids.

B.Insert the necessary indefinite pronoun.

 

1. ______ of them has come yet. 2. Where did you walk? ______. I was at home. 3. Jack and Bob pretended to see ______. 4. Have you got ______ in-laws? 5. There is ______ bread and ______ forks on the table. 6. Have you learnt ______ Chinese? 7. I am tired of Sydney. Can we go ______ else? 8. ______ tells me anything. 9. Did you meet ______ interesting at the party? 10. Is there ______ I can buy here? 11. Shall we watch ______ film? 12. ______ believed Simon after his indecent action. 13. Jack said he saw him ______, but he didnt remember where. 14. Can I offer you ______ cake? 15. She wants to go ______ to buy a CD-player. 16. Would you like ______ to explain it to you?

 

Ex. 6.Put in no/none/nobody.

 

1. Why cant I have toast for breakfast? Because theres ______ bread. 2. My students expect me to know everything. ______ knows everything. 3. ______ newspaper tells the whole truth. 4. What were your photos like? I am afraid ______ of them came out. 5. ______ answered her as she addressed ______ in particular. 6. ______ was afraid of him. 7. Do you think he is honest? ______ politician is completely honest. 8. ______ of the people remembered seeing anything unusual. 9. He looked for a taxi but there was ______ in sight. 10. We had ______ to say to each other. 11. My son shows ______ patience with people like her. 12. Theres ______ who can help me here. 13. ______ of them worries about the situation. 14. He had ______ friends, ___ relatives and ______ he could talk to at all.

B.Answer the questions using no, none, nothingandnobody.

E.g.: Why cant you take me to the zoo today? Because I have no time.

 

1. Can you ask any of your friends to help you with your mathematics? 2. Jane says her father knows all languages. 3. May I have meat for supper? 4. Can I stay at home and eat something here? 5. Could I invite your sister to the movie? 6. Call to your neighbor and ask him to feed your dog. 7. If you are tired, you can go for a walk. 8. Why didnt you buy any bread? 9. Why didnt you participate in the discussion last night? 10. How many of your articles are published. 11. Which of these two men do you know? 12. Lets join a drama club. 13. Have you written a letter to your granny yet? 14. Who has taken my umbrella? 15. I dont like this bitter medicine.

 

Ex. 7.Translate.

 

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RECIPROCAL PRONOUNS

 

Ex. 1.Insert a proper reciprocal pronoun where necessary.

 

1. Lenny and Ben looked at ______ in surprise. 2. The old couple smiled to ______. 3. The rest of us looked at ______ in amazement. 4. George and I couldnt hear ______s words for the wind. 5. She ate ______ candy after ______. 6. The two men lived in the same street but seldom greeted ______. 7. For the next week neither Phil nor they spoke to ______. 8. Joan and Jill spoke to ______ only about business. 9. The newcomer and the guests shook hands with ______. 10. When they met ______ they looked at ______ in horror. 11. The sisters resembled ______ very much. 12. The two families dont know ______. 13. The friends kissed and embraced ______. 14. Hey, people, lets respect ______.

 

Ex. 2.Insert a reflexive, personal or reciprocal pronoun.

 

1. Before leaving Johns office robbers tied ______ up and broke the telephone. 2. We made up our mind to keep most of the money for ______. 3. Christine and Holly always take ______ to lunch on their birthdays. 4. Dont stand here shouting at ______. Do something! 5. When a puppy starts to feed ______ for the first time, it looks very funny. 6. Ask Alice if her boss has phoned ___ yet. 7. Can I call ___ back when I cook ______ some porridge? 8. You cant be sure that she knows it unless you phoned ______ ______. 9. Dont help me I want to do it ______. 10. The ring ______ is not expensive, but it belonged to the Queen and is certainly very valuable. 11. Teenagers want to be independent but they expect ______ to help ______ whenever they need. 12. Ive never met Bess, but Ive been writing to ______ for about a year now. 13. Hilary and Jane write to ______ every week. 14. Agnes and Sam have bought ______ a flat in Rome. 15. Do you and your husband tell ______ everything? 16. You will need photos of ______ for your membership cards. 17. Weve promised ______ to telephone if one of ______ is going to be late. 18. Weve decided to give ______ a nice holiday.

 

Ex. 3.Translate.

 

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DEFINING PRONOUNS

 

Ex. 1. Insert other in the proper form.

 

1. Mary took two books. She gave one to her brother and ______ to his guest. 2. I can have ______ cup of tea, uncle Jim said looking at the apple pie. 3. Standing near the river, I saw a horse on ______ bank. 4. Hey, guys, stop fighting! There is ______ chair in the room. 5. He spread the magazine oh the floor and opened it so that all pages were on one side and the cover on ______. 6. Some members of their family like rock and ______ like classical music. 7. I looked at the door. Three girls ran into the room one after ______ like a hurricane. 8. I lost my book, my new pen and some ______ things. 9. You are wet. Put on ______ clothes. 10. I have to put on ______ shoes and ______ suit before going to the party. 11. Have you got some ______ books on the subject? I am sorry but there are no ______. 12. Give me ______ pen please. I dont want a red pen, but any ______ will do. 13. The old doctor examined one patient after ______ and left the ward. 14. He spoke to us from ______ side of the table. 15. There are several pairs of gloves here. Ive tried on two, and I want to try on ______. 16. Is there ______ train to Kyiv? Yes, there is one that lives at 3.00 and there are two ______ that leave now. 17. He stretched out his fist and protruded one finger after ______. 18. Ann turned her eyes from one twin to ______.

 

Ex. 2. A.Write expressions with anotheror with more.

E.g.: money more money; match another match; children more children

 

English; milk; clothes; friend; six times; eggs; sleep; time; thee pages; problem; hour; mile; job positions; ten apples; freedom; meat; few days; holidays; fifty dollars; book; news; possibilities; twenty miles; relatives

. Fill in the blanks withanotheror with (some) more.

 

1. We need ______ salt to make pickles. 2. Our company bought ______ ship. 3. I can give you ______ books on the subject you study. 4. Who wants ______ biscuits? 5. I can give you ______ advice but you dont need it. 6. You may have ______ cup of tea. 7. ______ honey will do you only good. 8. Where can we find ______ boxes to pack our things? 9. Have you got ______ pen to lend me? 10. Ask my brother. He will surely give you ______ information about the show.

 

Ex. 3.Insert (the) other or (the) others.

 

1. Long after all ______ cars had left, the BMW was still there. 2. Ill warn all ______, if you warn Karin. 3. I can see Jane and Ally, but where are ______? 4. Ive found one glove, but where is ______? 5. I can play the Sonata in C, but not any of ______. 6. Do you know any ______ people who can help us? 7. This color doesnt suit me. Do you have any ______ colors? 8. Some metals are magnetic and ______ are not. 9. The police arrested Mike, Bill and three ______. 10. Your daughter should play with ______ children more. 11. Gerald Durrel wrote a book called My Family and ______ Animals. 12. I can see some of your relatives, but where are ______?

 

Ex. 4 (advanced). .Insert another or (a) different.

 

1. My friend gave me ______ explanation of the problem and I understood it at once. 2. This will not work. Lets try ______ variant. 3. Weve taken this possibility, but its not enough. Lets try ______ variant. 4. The cake is simply perfect. May I have ______ piece? 4. Your layer cake is perfect, but may I try ______ piece? A piece of apple pie for example? 5. The child returned the book to the library and asked for ______ book, but of ______ kind. He wanted to read something new. 6. This film is so ______ from what Ive seen before. 7. I dont like high-heeled shoes. I want to try something ______. 8. Youll have to put on ______ sweater, its too cold outside. 9. May I have ______ magazine? Ive finished reading this one. 10. He finished his sausage and asked for ______ one. 11. If you want a double room it will cost ______ $ 50. 12. The road to the castle is closed, but there must be ______ road there. 13. This road is ______. Its shorter and is planned better.

.Fill in the blanks with another, other, else, yet, stillormore(as English equivalents of Ukrainian ).

 

1. What ______ books by A. Christie, besides N or M, have you read? 2. Nobody ______ is going to come. 3. Do you want some ______ tea? 4. Arent you ready ______? 5. How many ______ days are we going to wait here? 6. Are they ______ in their office? We are late! 7. Take ______ piece of bread. 8. Who ______ would you like to see here? Hope. You are not tired ______. 9. Does she plan to buy anything ______? 10. Do you know any ______ jokes about Yankees? No one ______ can tell them better than you. 11 Ask someone ______ to help you today. 12. Who ______ left his money at home? 13. Ill have ______ cup of tea. I am ______ thirsty. 14. Have ______ beer, its on me. 15. What ______ languages does your friend speak? 16. Well ______ be working at the project at 2 p.m.. 17. Will anybody ______ take part in the talk? 18. A few ______ people will join us at the meeting. 19. As far as I know, five ______ people may ______ come, but they havent phoned ______.

C.Insert still, yetor already.

 

1. Are you doing the same job? 2. Hes seventeen, but he is married. 3. Has Susan arrived? 4. Ive come home. 5. Its 9 a.m, and its dark. 6. Its 4 p.m. and its dark. 7. Have you had breakfast? 8. Look its raining. 9. Our car runs OK. 10. Is the rice cooked? 11. Shes gone to bed. 12. Is he in that car? 13. Why are you in bed? 14. Im bored with my new job. 15. Its not time to stop.

 

Ex. 5.Translate.

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Ex. 6. A.Insert eachor every.

 

1. He was sitting with a hand on ______ knee. 2. The next year he worked a lot, and his ______ picture was a masterpiece. 3. She was serious about ______ word she said. 4. ______ student takes exams at the end of the academic year. 5. ______ student of our group has a personal tutor. 6. The hotel rooms were very similar: ______ got a balcony, a big window and bright wall-paper. 7. She is a good teacher: ______ minute she is ready to instruct, comfort or scold ______ pupil of her class. 8. In her letter Mary described ______ detail of ______ family event. 9. There was ______ kind of news in the paper: politics, sport, gossip, accidents. 10. We were sitting silently, ______ trying to find a reason to leave the party immediately. 11. ______ man who came to the party was thinking of a reason to leave it immediately. 12. He tried to take part in the discussion several times, but ______ time he failed. 13. ______ time he looked out of the window, he saw an old gentleman sitting on the bench. 14. ______ twenty minutes our telephone rang and disturbed us.15. ______ car was driven by a serious driver, and almost ______ driver had sunglasses on.

B.Insert every, eachoreither.

 

1. The two girls were holding his hand, one on ______ side.2. He comes here ______ day and ______ time he asks me the same thing. 3. ______ of them had a cup coffee which looked like tea but didnt taste like ______. 4. There were four trees on ______ side of the road, ______ having a bench under it. 5. Jim told Jo to stop talking. She didnt know if she should obey or get offended, so she did ______. 6. ______ side of the cube is equal to ______ other. 7. Which do you like: the Collins or the Longman dictionary? ______ will do, thanks. 8. He was shaking hands with ______ man who was entering, but still found a minute to talk to ______ member of his family. 9. I am expecting him ______ moment. 10. There were two pictures on the wall, ______ of them on ______ side of the door. 11. The children were leaving the room. ______ of them had a coat on. 12. I dont know him. You dont know him ______.

C.Insert any, everyor their compounds.

 

1. He comes here ______ day. You can see him here ______ time in the morning. 2. I told you ______ I wanted to. I have hardly ______ to add. 3. In ______ village ______ will tell you ______ about ______ you want. 4. You can wear clothes of ______ color, because ______ becomes to you. 5. Ken will let ______ know ______ they want. 6. ______ student is to attend classes and take exams. ______ student who skips classes and exams will be punished. 7. One can see this boring wallpaper ______ in their house. 8. ______ here knows traffic regulations without ______ exception. 9. ______ mother will give ______ she has in exchange for ______ that will help her child. 10. ______ of them can do ______ task here. 11. Cats can sleep ______ they like. 12. ______ person will help you without ______ questions.

D.Translate.

 

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Ex. 7. A. Insert all, everybody or everything.

 

1. ______ people were tired. ______ needed some rest. 2. Not ______ of the students would like to know it. ______ they want is long holidays. 3. She gave me ______ she had. 4. The thieves took ______. ______ they left was a door and a window. 5. We followed ______ their movements. ______ was very attentive. 6. ______ was waiting for a signal. 7. ______ was explained to ______. 8. Jason read ______ the English books in our library. 9. He will give you ______ he has and leave ______ for himself. 10. To know ______ is to know ______. 11. ______ I want is a flat of my own.

B.Put in all if possible; if not, put in everything. Translate.

 

1. ______ you need is love. J. Lennon

2. ______ I need to make a comedy is a park, a policeman and a pretty girl. C. Chaplin

3. I can resist ______ except temptation. O. Wilde

4. You can have power over people as long as you dont take ______ from them. A. Solzhenitsyn

5. They say, ______ in the world is good for something. J. Dryden

6. A cynic knows the price of ______ and the value of nothing. O. Wilde

7. Life is like nothing, because it is ______. W. Golding.

C.Put in allor everybody.Translate.

 

1. ______ women become like their mothers. Its their tragedy. No man does. Thats his. O. Wilde

2. In the future ______ will be famous for fifteen minutes. A. Warhol

3. ______ human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Universal Declaration of Human Rights

4. I am free of ______ prejudices I hate ______equally. W.C. Fields

5. He who praises ______ praises nobody. S. Johnson

6. Justice is open to ______ people the same way as the Ritz Hotel. Judge Sturgess

D.Translate.

 

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Ex. 8. .Write expressions with whole or all for each item.

E.g.: a hockey team the whole hockey team; hockey players all hockey players; food all the food

A family; the children; the islands; the road system; a book; vegetables; the baggage; South America; the traffic; the country; pieces of bread; meat; Europe; Sunday; week-ends; a class; the students; animals; room; flowers; a political party; MPs

Note: afternoon/night/week/day/time/life etc. all=whole (the whole afternoon = all (the) afternoon)

 

.Insert all/all the or whole/the whole of.

 

1. ______ Asia watched this war ______ week. 2. ______ food was finished in two minutes if not faster. 3. I listened to ______ concert and liked ______ music. 4. ______ progressive people are fighting against terrorism ______ over the world. 5. People of ______ countries like to travel. 6. He washed ______ bathtub and took a bath. 7. Look! Your ______ sweater is wet. 8. ______ wool was spoilt by two kittens. 9. ______ period of the existence of the Roman Empire is marked by wars in ______ world. 10. I put ______ blame upon myself. 11. ______ North America was interested in this event. 12. ______ city is being reconstructed ______ time. 13. Jessica spilt ______ milk and had to clean the carpet ______ evening. 14. ______ mountain was covered with show. I wanted to see it ______ (my) life.

.Translate.

 

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Ex. 9. A.Put in all or all the.

 

1. ______ babies must sleep several times a day. 2. ______ people in the park heard a loud scream. 3. ______ children received candies from Uncle George. 4. ______ seas have salty water. 5. ______ dogs bark at strangers. 6. ______ cars break if operated wrongly. 7. ______ people who apply for a visa must show their documents to the embassy officers. 8. Ive met ______ girls here before

B.Put inmost people ormost of the people.

 

1. ______ enjoy talking about themselves. 2. ______ who wanted to visit the exhibition were disappointed. 3. I know ______ in our village. 4. ______ like music. 5. I think hunting for sport is wrong and hope that ______ would agree. 6. ______ on the plain got sick and suffered from jet lag afterwards. 7. He gets on with ______. 8. ______ at the party were friends of Marks.

 

Ex. 10. A.Insert both, either or neither.

 

1. There are beautiful houses on ______ bank of the river (on its ______ banks). 2. ______ of these expressions is correct, its a common mistake. 3. ______ were present, ______ was helpful. 4. He carried a suitcase in ______ hand. 5. They ______ were afraid, but ______ noticed it in the other. 6. As ______ his hands were busy, he greeted me with a nod. 7. The two guests sat on ______ side of a long table, but ______ said anything. 8. ______ of them could sing. 9. ______ of them were of the same opinion. 10. You may take ______ of the two, but not ______. 11. I could hear them ______ but saw ______. 12. He invited us ______, but actually wanted ______ of us at the family party. We didnt want to stay at the party ______. 13. The valley stretched on ______ side of me. 14. There was a pie and juice on the table, but we were too shy to touch ______. 15. These are ______ very small rooms. Im afraid ______ will suit me. 16. ______ his legs were broken. 17. She wore her hair in plaits which hung down on ______ side of her face. 18. Are you going to have Coke or 7-up? ______. I am not thirsty. 19. Which job are you going to take? ______ I am afraid. 20. His ______ sisters got married and ______ got divorced. 21. Nick and Tim are ______ my friends, but ______ is in town. They ______ are in the Navy. 22. These ______ jars are empty. You can take ______. 23. He didnt like the idea of going there ______.

B.Insert both and, either ororneither nor.

 

1. ______ my sister ______ I were happy when we heard the news. 2. You can get off ______ at this station ______ the next one. 3. ______ my friend ______ his wife were surprised to see me. 4. ______ my son ______ I like hiking. 5. ______ my friend ______ I visited the exhibition. We were late. 6. ______ the children ______ their parents enjoyed the performance. It was too long and boring. 7. Are ______ books ______ magazines sold here? 8. ______ a boat ______ a ship could be seen in the distance, it was too foggy. 9. I was surprised to hear that she couldnt ______ read ______ write. 10. I will ______ tell her about it ______ let anybody else do it.

C (advanced).Insert English equivalents of Ukrainian (, , .) .

 

1. I want to eat. ______. 2. We are very grateful to you. ______. 3. My brother cant draw. ______. 4. I got an important letter today. ______. 5. You will pass your exam. ______. 6. We will not meet at 6.30. ______. 7. He doesnt know the rules. ______. 8. I am not upset. ______. 9. Ive never seen her dance. ______. 10. He is not shy. ______. 11. She always gives me good advice. ______.

D.Translate.

 

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Ex. 11. A.Use one (ones) instead of the repeated noun where possible. Make other changes if needed.

 

1. I didnt look for any special book. I took the first book I saw. 2. These apples are too sour. Have you got sweeter apples? 3. She made two rooms into one large room 4. That year was a year of great scientific achievements. 5. My skis are too small for you. Take Bettys skis. 6. This copy is spoilt. Bring me another copy. 7. The difference between a good walker and a bad walker is that one walks with his heart and the other with his feet. 8. Your boots are ready. And what about my boots? 9. Five penny stamps and three two penny stamps. 10. There are two vacant seats. Which seat will you occupy? 11. Are there any letters for me? There are three letters. 12. Ive had enough soup. Give me no more soup. 13. This news is better than the news you brought us before. 14. She loves the boy as if he were her child.

B.Insert words or expressions from the list with or without one(s):

big grey leather, blue, bright woolen, busy local, heavy brown, crazy and violent, sweetened, new, long sunny, Thai, thick, solid practical, long sharp

E.g.: What colour cardigans would you like to see? Blue ones, please.

 

1. I am going to buy a skirt. Its A ______. 2. What kind of juice are you drinking? ______. 3. Do you remember a market we passed by yesterday? ______? 4. Do you send only used cars here or ______ too? 5. What kind of holiday are you going to have this summer? ______. 6. Have you seen my wallet? ______? 7. This isnt Chinese food. Its ______. 8. Have you read any historical books? For example, that ______? 9. I dont want pretty shoes, but ______. 10. Cut the bread with the knife that ______. 11. Theres my suitcase the ______! 12. What do you think about the rock concert, that ______?

 

PRONOUNS: REVISION

Ex. 1.Insert necessary pronouns.

A.1. ______ of ______ two books would you like to read? I havent read ______. Could you give me ______? Ill bring ___ back in a week. 2. If this is your test-paper, than that ______ is ______. 3. ______ can do it. Its easy. 4. Do you want ______ book by this author or do you prefer a completely ______ book? 5. You talk too ______. Can you be ______ quieter? 6. The two friends looked at ______ and smiled. 7. ______ child must have a mother and a father. 8. ______ Africa suffered through severe famine. 9. Miss Laura is not going to receive these guests. ______ is her mother. 10. ______ of them knew about her illness and ______ visited her. 11. I plan to buy three ______ T-shirts. Do you want me to buy ______ for you too? 12. The cold summer upset ______ my plans for the season. 13. ______ John ______ Jim were ready for a tragedy, but ______ was ready for a comedy. 14. Your sister is ______ a happy girl! I adore people ______. 15. Say ______ you like, but ______ of your arguments will convince me. 16. Look at ______! ______ have you done to your clothes? 17. What ______ countries of Europe have you visited? 18. I am confused. ______ that I know is that I know ______.

B.1. ______ my sister ______ I will come. We are not invited. 2. ______ say, theres been a great earthquake in the Pacific. It is ______ dangerous. 3. Go and ask him for ______ more paper. ______ paper will do. 4. Read ______ story without saying ______ about it. 5. She is ignorant. ______ of them tried to teach her ______. 6. Where can I buy ______ fish? 7. You give too ______ advice. I wont follow ______. 8. I want ______ to be happy. I love ______ people. 9. He called her twice, ______ time still louder. 10. We enjoyed ______ at the dance. 11. Ive baked ______ cherry pies. Would you like ______? 12. The three men shook hands with ______. 13. Looking at him she wondered ______ sort of a child he had been. 14. Beefsteak or chops? ______ I dont care. 15. ______ was clear that ______ had happened. ______ visitors looked excited. 16. She gave ______ answer as before. ______ managed to make her change her mind. 17. He put ______ hand in ______. 18. ______ professors approved of the plan, but ______ suggested a different way of fulfilling it than the ______. 19. Sally, Simone! You ______ have come, but ______ is helping us. Dont just stand looking at ______. Do ______!

Ex. 2.Translate.

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