Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Wednesday, 9 March 2016

7th graders

                           Modal Verbs
A-Choose the suitable modal verb.

1-I have no time. I  leave now.
2-I wish I  buy a new mobile phone but I don't have enough money.
3-She looks tired; she  take some days off.
4-Judy is not at home. She have gone to Madrid, I don't know.
5-Tom  play tennis quite well. I usually play with him every weekend.
6- we go out tonight, please? Yes, but you  be late.
7-I haven't decided yet where I  go in my next holidays. I think I  go to Paris.
8- you water my plants while I am away? If they don't get enough water they certainly die.
9- I buy the tickets for the concert?
10-If it rains on Saturday, we  go to the beach.
11- you speak German? No, I .
12-Jane  not play the violin when she was five, but now she  play it very well.
13-You  not be so nervous. I think it  be very easy.
14- You  eat in the classroom.
15- You  listen to music during classes.
16-  you have a cup of hot chocolate?

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7th graders

       Adjectives and Prepositions: exercises

  1. Fill in with the correct preposition.

    1) England is famous its rainy weather.

    2) I'm very proud my daughter, she worked very hard.

   3) He isn't really interested getting married.

   4) She is fond   having picnics.

  5) My niece is afraid dogs.

  6) Unfortunately, I'm very bad music.

  7) Mike wasn't very keen   
going to the cinema. 
  8) What is your town famous  ?

 9) She is interested jazz.

10) Lucy is extremely good languages.

11) He isn't afraid anything.

12) I am ready  help you now.

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7th graders

             Adjectives & Prepositions

Some adjectives go with certain prepositions. There is no real pattern – you need to learn them as you meet them. Here are some examples:
With ‘at’
  • I’m quite good at English but I’m bad at maths and I’m terrible at physics.
With ‘for
  • The town is famous for its cheese.
With ‘of’
  • I’m perfectly capable of doing it myself, thank you.
  • I’m very fond of this old sweatshirt.
  • I'm tired of horror movies.

With ‘with’
  • We’re very pleased with your progress.
  • You’re not still angry with me are you

With 'in'

  • I'm interested in running.
  • She's interested in History.

With 'on'

  • She's keen on sports.

 Remember too that a preposition is followed by a noun or a gerund (‘ing’ form). - See more at:

Monday, 7 March 2016

7th graders

                                           Plural of Nouns - IRREGULAR 

  1. Write the plural noun for each picture.

                                                  Go, go 7th graders!

                                            Practice makes it perfect!

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Sunday, 6 March 2016

7th graders

                       Plural Of Nouns

Here's a Trivia on the plural of nouns for you.

  1. Give the plural form of these nouns:

  • donkey
  • fox
  • puppy
  • thief
  • sky
  • dress
  • wish
  • toy
  • loaf
  • cherry
  • tomato
  • boss

Easy busy, right?

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