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Irregular Plurals

tooth teeth
man foot woman child fish men feet women children fish

I. Change to the plural as in the example:

1. book books 2. cat 3. bird 4. glass 5. baby 6. star 7. photo 8. bush 9. chair 10. tree 11. radio 12. dress 13. piano 14. potato 15. leaf 16. knife 17. foot 18. child 19. brush 20. man 21. woman 22. girl 23. flower 24. policeman 25. boy 26. bus 27. orange 28. student

 

II. Fill in a, an or ---

1. an aeroplane 2. .car 3. .chairs 4. .glass 5. .bus 6. .animal 7. .men 8. .armchair 9. .birds 10. .tree 11. .flower 12. .umbrella 13. .shoes 14. .hand 15. .foot 16. .apple 17. .eye 18. .books 19. .star 20. .lady 21. .knife 22. .girls 23. .eagle 24. .schools 25. .teacher 26. .boy 27. .house 28. .gardens 29. .pen 30. .brothers

III. Fill in I, you, he, she, it, we, or they

1. Greg he 2. you and I 3. cat 4. man 5. Steve and I 6. policeman 7. car 8. Eva and I 9. John 10. John and Charlie 11. Farther and I 12. skirt 13. dog 14. hat 15. David 16. Joanna 17. books 18. tooth 19. girls 20. houses 21. Ben 22. woman 23. Tom and Sally 24. men 25. Tom and I 26. boy 27. policemen 28. she and I 29. flowers 30. orange

The verb to be

Affirmative Negative Interrogative
Long form Short form Long form Short form  
I am You are He is She is It is We are You are They are I`m You`re He`s She`s It`s We`re You`re They`re I am not You are not He is not She is not It is not We are not You are not They are not I`m not You aren`t He isn`t She isn`t It isn`t We aren`t You aren`t They aren`t Am I? Are you? Is he? Is she? Is it? Are we? Are you? Are they?

Short answers:

Am I / Are youtall? Is he / she / it in the garden? Yes, I am. Yes, he / she / it is. No, I`m not. No, he / she / it isn`t.
Are we / you/ they students? Yes, we / you / they are. No, we / you / they aren`t.

IV. Write is or are as in the example:

Peter is eighteen years old.

1. Helen . from Madrid. 2. Joanna .a teacher. 3. Peter and Helen . students. 4. Helen . Spanish. 5. Greg . from Athens. 6. Joanna . English. 7. Peter . from Los Angeles. 8. Greg . thirty years old. 9. Helen . a student. 10. Joanna and Greg . thirty years old. 11. It . a bus. 12. He . a doctor. 13. I . a student. 14. It . a bicycle. 15. We . friends. 16. I . a policeman. 17. She . a dancer. 18. They . books. 19. It . an orange. 20. Tom . a lawyer.

1. I .. a pupil.

2. My father .. not a teacher, he .. a scientist.

3. .. your aunt a doctor? Yes, she .. .

4. .. they at home? No, they .. not at home, they .. at work.

5. My brother .. a worker. He .. at work.

6. .. you an engineer? Yes, I .. .

7. .. your sister a typist? No, she .. not a typist, she .. a student.

8. .. your brother at school? Yes, he .. .

9. .. your sister at school? No, she .. not at school.

10. My sister .. at home.

11. .. this your watch? Yes, it .. .

12. She .. an actress.

13. This .. my bag.

14. My uncle .. an office-worker.

15. He .. at work.

16. Helen .. a painter. She has some fine pictures. They .. on the walls. She has much paper. It .. on the shelf. The shelf .. brown. It .. on the wall. Helen has a brother. He .. a student. He has a family. His family .. not in St. Petersburg, it .. in Moscow.

 

V. Change to the plural as in the example:

It is a pen. They are pens. 1. It is an apple. 2. She is a girl. 3. He is a child. 4. He is a teacher. 5. It is a bicycle. 6. He is a man. 7. She is a woman. 8. I am a dancer. 9. She is a student. 10. It is a fox.     11. You are a policeman. 12. It is a house. 13. You are a teacher. 14. It is a bus. 15. He is a doctor. 16. It is a book. 17. It is a fish. 18. She is a friend. 19. It is an orange. 20. It is a radio.  



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