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Test 1
Choose the correct form.
1. We somtimes ....... books. ( read / reads)
2. Emily...... to the disco. ( go / goes)
3. It often ...... on Sundays. ( rain / rains)
4. Pete and his sister...... the family car. ( wash / washes)
5. I always ..... to the bus stop. ( hurry/ hurries)
Put the verbs into the correct form.
1. I (to like) lemonade very much.
2. The girls always (to listen) to pop music.
3. Janet never (to wear) jeans.
4. Mr Smith (to teach) Spanish and French.
5. You (to do) your homework after school.
Fill in the correct form of the verbs.
1. We (to have) a nice garden.
2. She (to be) six years old.
3. Simon (to have) two rabbits and five goldfish.
4. I (to be) from Vienna, Austria.
5. They (to be) Sandy's parents.
Make negative sentences.
1. My father makes breakfast. →
2. They are eleven. →
3. She writes a letter. →
4. I speak Italian. →
5. Danny phones his father on Sundays. →
Make questions.
1. you / to speak / English →
2. when / he / to go / home →
3. they / to clean / the bathroom →
4. where / she / to ride / her bike →
5. Billy / to work / in the supermarket →
Find the signal words for simple present.
1. Which is a signal word for simple present?
now last Monday often
2. Which is a signal word for simple present?
sometimes at the moment yesterday
3. Which is a signal word for simple present?
last Friday every Friday next Friday
4. Which is not a signal word for simple present?
never already usually
5. Which is not a signal word for simple present?
Listen! first ... then ... seldom

Test 2
Put the verbs into the correct form.
1. I (to listen) to music every day.
2. Simon (to collect) stamps.
3. We (to wash) the dishes once a day.
4. My mother always (to make) breakfast.
5. Sarah usually (to meet) Maria at the tennis club.
Put the verbs into the correct form.
1. Mr Williams often (to teach) the dogs new tricks.
2. They always (to throw) their litter in the bin.
3. The referee usually (to stop) the game after 90 minutes.
4. The kids (to hurry) to open their presents.
5. This car can (to do) 250 km/h.
Rewrite the sentences in the short form (where the long form is given) or in the long form
(where the short form is given).
1. She has got a nice mobile. →
2. We don't use a computer. →
3. Johnny does not swim in the lake. →
4. They are from Budapest, Hungary. →
5. This isn't my cup of tea. →
Make negative sentences.
1. They go to the supermarket. →
2. Ben does his homework in the kitchen. →
3. Jenny takes photos. →
4. I learn French words. →
5. He has two older sisters. →
Ask for the bold part of the sentence.
1. Danny goes to school from Monday to Friday. →
2. My rabbit has a cage in the garden. →
3. The children like cats because they are nice. →
4. Jenny is never late. →
5. Andrew's new mountain bike costs €1000. →
Test 3
Make sentences out of the words in the first column. Write the correct forms (affirmative
sentence, negative sentence, question) in the right columns.
affirmative negative question
I / speak
you / stop
he / work
she / have / time
it / be / okay
we / be / here
they / have / money
Write the third person singular. Note that sometimes there are exceptions in spelling.
1. can - he
2. cry - she
3. say - he
4. go - she
5. kiss - he
Rewrite the sentences in the short form (where the long form is given) or in the long form
(where the short form is given).
1. He doesn't know her. →
2. I'm tired. →
3. We do not understand. →
4. I haven't got a sister. →
5. She is not there. →
Choose the correct statement.
1. I live in London. - What does this sentence mean?
This is my permanent address.
This is my address only for a limited period of time.
I've just recently moved there.
2. The lesson starts at half past eight. - What does this sentence mean?
The action has already taken place.
The action is set by a timetable.
The action might take place.
3. He opens the book and reads. - Which situation is expressed by the simple present?
He opens the book first and then starts reading.
He opens the book after having read something.
He opens the book reading something else at the same time.
4. The sun sets in the west. - Which situation is expressed by the simple present?
The sun always sets in the west.
The action is going on right now.
If we are lucky, the sun might set in the west today.
5. He plays football. - Which situation cannot be expressed by the simple present?
If we want to say that the action is going on right now.
If we want to say that football is one of his hobbies.
If we want to say that he is able to play football.