By Vince M., Emmerson P.
This article revises the most grammar issues on the point of First certificates in addition to supplying perform in key lexical components. The booklet can be utilized as a self-study reference grammar and perform publication or as supplementary fabric in periods getting ready for examinations.
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A) If a word ends in vowel + consonant + -e (write) b) If a word ends in vowel + consonant (swim) c) Words which end in -y (try, annoy) 5 Rewrite each sentence. Use a verb from the box to replace the words in italics. be cost feel have see smell taste have think of have a) This flower has a wonderful perfume. the flower smells wonderful. b) I think you are behaving in a very silly way. c) She is expecting a baby in the summer. d) Nancy is considering moving to Scotland. e) Don't go in. They are holding a meeting.
The hall could not be used, and remained empty while discussions continued about its future. It was then and decided that the hall would to be rebuilt, and an appeal for money was launched. Two years ago a local businessman offered to pay for the building work, and plans were drawn up. The new hall is includes a swimming pool, running track and other sports facilities which can be used by anyone in the Fairdene area. The Minister was made a speech in which she congratulated everyone involved. Key p o i n t s 1 2 3 4 5 56i Not all verbs can be made passive.
And if he catches/caught/had caught a fish, he throws/would throw it back! GRAMMAR 7 3 CONDITIONALS Put each verb in brackets into a suitable verb f o r m . a) Why didn't you phone? had coming, I (meet) known you were you at the airport. b) It's a pity you missed the party. If you (come) you (meet) , my friends from Hungary. c) If we (have) some tools, we (be able) to repair the car, but we haven't got any with us. d) If you (not help) me, I (not pass) the exam. e) It's a beautiful house, and I (buy) it if I (have) the money, but I can't afford it.