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"English" PART 1
1. Do written tests.
Examination №1
1. Fill in the blanks of articles where necessary.
1. This is ____ nice city. 2. ____ pen is red, and ____ pencil is black. 3. Please, give Bess ____ pen and ____ pencil. 4. Volgograd is ____ big city. 5. Please, send Jane ____ text. 6. This is his ____ flat. 7. Please give me ____ black pencil. 8. This is ____ text. Read ____ text! 9. This is ____ cap. ____ Cap is black. 10. This is ____ match. It is ____ thin match. 11. This is ____ fine film. 12. Please, give me ____ pen, Kate. 13. Please, take that pencil, Jane. Give me ____ pencil. It is ____ bad pencil. 14. This is a room. It is ____ good room.

2. Fill in the blanks of articles, paying attention to the meaning of nouns.
1. ____ Volga is ____ longest river in ____ European part of ____ Russia. 2. My brother is ____ pupil of ____ 8-th form and he wants to become ____ doctor. 3. ____ chemistry is his favourite subject at _____ school. 4. ____ children like ____ ice-cream. 5. ____ butter and ____ cheese are made of ____ milk. 6. Which ____ fruit do you like: ____ apples or ____ oranges? 7. I go to ____ bed at 12 o'clock at night. 8. I get up at 7 o'clock in ____ morning.

3.Upotrebite necessary form of personal pronouns:
1) I often see (they, them) in the bus.
2) She lives near (we, us).
3) (We, us) always walk to office together.
4) He teaches (we, us) English.
5) I often see (them, they) at the Institute.
6) She wants to talk with (he, him)
7) What is the matter with (he, him) today?
8) He explained this rule to (we, us) yesterday.
9) There are some letters here for you and (I, me).
10) I know (she, her) and her sister very well.

4. Fill in the blanks personal pronouns in the objective case.
1. I see a student, I see ____. 2. I like the picture, I like ____. 3. I know the girl, I know ____. 4. Jim can play tennis, he can play ____. 5. Give me these books, give me _____. 6. Ask your teacher about it, ask _____. 7. This task was given to you and me, it was given to ____.

5. Replace the personal pronouns, in parentheses, the corresponding possessive pronouns:
1) I have some notebooks and pens in (I) bag.
2) (He) composition is very interesting.
3) Is this (you) child? Yes, it is (we) child.
4) I saw (you) brother in the café.
5) (We) table is in front of the window.
6) (They) knowledge of English is very good.
7) (She) friends often visit her.

6. Consume the necessary form of possessive pronouns:
1) You take care of (your, yours) things and I'll take care of (my, mine).
2) Their, theirs) boat was faster than (our, ours).
3) Their, theirs) home is good but (our, ours) is better.
4) She likes (her, hers) work.

7. Paraphrase sentences using possessive pronouns or absolute form of possessive pronouns (my - mine, her - hers, etc.).
1. This book belongs to me. 2. Does this watch belong to you? 3. Will this new flat belong to them? 4. This umbrella does not belong to me. 5. These books belong to us. 6. Do these things belong to him or to her?

8. Use the absolute form of possessive pronouns given in brackets.
1. His composition is much more interesting than (your) or (my). 2. It was through no fault of (her). 3. You can do without my help but not without (their). 4. This radio-set of (his) is always out of order. - But so is (your)! 5. The books on the table are (our). 6. The pleasure was all (my).

9. Put in place permits indefinite pronouns some or any.

Additional information

10. Write the plural form of the following nouns:
carpet, glass, photo, box, lady, wife, valley, thief, man, woman, child, foot, tooth, life, tomato, sheep, deer, information, fish, coat.

11. Form the plural of these nouns.
1) bag, dog, bird, verb, spoon, room, ring, thing, apple, song.
2) tree, pie,, lady, teacher, letter, play, city, toy, berry, table.

12.Napishite following sentences in the plural.
1) This is a book. 2) That is a table. 3) This pencil is red. 4) That is a green apple. 5) This is our office. 6) That work is difficult.

13. Replace nouns with the preposition of nouns in the possessive case:
1) the title of the book 2) the toys of my children 3) the hobby of my wife 4) the handbags of these women 5) the life of animals 6) the voice of this girl 7) the letter of Peter 8) the questions of my child 9) the newspaper of last Saturday 10) the photo of her boyfriend 11) the economy of the country.

14.Perevedite following phrases into English, using the possessive case.
1) a letter of my friend, 2) stories of this writer, 3) the library of the Institute, 4) the daughter of my younger sisters, 5) the walls of the old house.

15. Form the comparative and superlative adjectives:
cold, young, old, difficult, good, far, bad, beautiful, weak, little, easy, near, strong, late, interesting, pretty, great, quick, important, warm, happy, early, deep, large, hot, long, simple, thin, much.
16.Obrazuyte degree of comparison the following adjectives:
Large, short, difficult, good, interesting, nice, busy, happy, little, famous, bad, beautiful, young, quick, remarkable, high, comfortable, popular, great, hot, special, late, fast, cold, low, pleasant.

17. Put the adjectives in brackets in the positive, comparative and superlative.
1. Which is (long) day of the year? 2. Winter is (cold) season. 3. Moscow is (large) than St. Petersburg. 4. My friend's car is not so (new) as my car. 5. Where is it (beautiful), in the mountains or near the sea? 6. It was (good) meal I've ever had. 7. It was (bad) cold I've ever had. 8. In spring the days are (long) than in winter. 9. It is (cold) today than it was yesterday. 10. The Russian grammar is (difficult) than the English one. 11. The Caucasus are (high) mountains in Europe.

18. translated into English.
1. We have the hottest days are in July. 2. The more I read, the more I know. 3. March is not as cold as February. 4. Mathematics is the most difficult thing in college. 5. University of farther from my home than the school. 6. Today, as cold as yesterday. 7. It is better late than never. 8. This film is as interesting as the one. 9. Ànya best student in the group. 10. The United Kingdom is less than France. 11. I have less time today than yesterday. 12. This phone is cheaper, but it is worse. 13. My son is two years older than my daughter. 14. This is the most important issue today. 15. The news is better than those. 16. These films are as good as those.
19. used the verb to be in the following sentences
1) The new film____ at our cinema next week.
2) The door ___ open now.
3) They __busy yesterday.
4) Sentence 5 ___ on page 15.
5) It ___six o'clock. He ___ at home at this time.
6) Sunday __ my day off.
7) He ___ at home two weeks ago.
8) There __four seasons in a year.
9) They ___ in London last year.
10) Soon there______a new film on.

20. Put the question to the next sentence.
1. This park is fine. 2. These little boys are very noisy. 3. Her dress is grey. 4. They often sit in the garden. 5. She has a new hat. 6. Tom likes this girl. 7. They eat three times a day.

21. Answer the following questions briefly.
1. Do you live in Volgograd? 2. Do you work here every day? 3. Is he a


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