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1Write the numbers.

2Complete the sentences. Use my, your, his, her, our, and their.
1She’s from Spain. .... house is in Malaga.
2I’m from Germany.husband’s from France.
3Ruth and Peter are students.school is in London.
4A Hello. What arenames?
B Clare and Nick.address is 45, Arundel Road, Andover.
5A Stefan is in Rome.
B What’sphone number?

3 Complete the sentences. Use has, have, is, and are.
1Our housein Manchester.
2Wea big house.
3Tonytwo sisters and one brother.
4Tony’s sistersat school.
5His brothera teacher.
6Tonya good job.

4 Write general questions.
1Kevin and Jan work in Paris.
2Teresa and Paula are Brazilian.
3Beatrice and Norman drink beer.
4Peter and Viv work in a bank.
5Jo and Jack have a dog.
6Stella and Rob are from England.
7Xavier and Maria like oranges.

5 Write there´s, there are, there isit ´t, or there aren7.
1... a sofa. (+)
2... any chairs. (-)
3.... some keys in the drawer. (+)
4... a computer on the table. (+)
5.... any photographs on the wall. (-)
6.... any apples in the bag. (-)
7..... a lot of people in this room. (+)
8.... a dog in the garden. (-)
9.... a CD player in my house. (-)
10 .... a lot of pictures in this book.(+)
11.... a telephone here. (-)
12....... two magazines on that table.(+)

6Complete the sentences. Circle the correct letter.
1Last week Ishopping in London.
a go b went c goes d were
2 Pamelaa film yesterday evening.
a saw b saws c see d sees
3Pamelathe film was very good.
a says b say c said d saids
4Frank and Bettya beautiful painting.
a buy b bought c be d were
5 Theythe painting to an expert.
a went b take c took d tell
6Ito see my grandparents last Wednesday.
a go b goes c were d went

7Circle the correct letter.
1Guests ... pay their bill before they leave the hotel,
a don’t have to b mustcmustn’t
2Do you ... finishthistoday?
a should b have to c must
3You ... bring a hairdryer. There is one in every hotel room, a shouldn’t b mustn’t c don’t have to
4You ... forget to call me on my birthday, a mustn’t b should c must
5He wants to keep fit so he ... walk not drive, a shouldn’t b should c doesn’t have to
6You ... try to read a map while you are driving, a shouldn’t b must c mustn’t
7Do I have to work this evening?
a Yes, you have, b Yes, you should, c No, you don’t.

8Read the text, translate it in written form and answer the questions.
James Prescott Joule
James Prescott Joule, famous British physicist, was born in 1818 in Salford, England. Joule was one of the most outstanding physicist of his time. He is best known for his research in electricity and thermodynamics. In the course of his investigations in electrical circuit, he formulated the law, now known as Joule´s law. This law states that the amount of heat produced each second in a conductor by electric current is proportional to the resistance of the conductor and to the square of the current. Joule experimentally verified the law of conservation of energy in his study of the conversion of mechanical energy into heat energy. Joule determined the numerical relation between heat and mechanical energy, or the mechanical equivalent of heat, called the joule, is named after him. It is equal to 1 watt - second.

1. What was James Prescott Joule?
2. When and where was he born?
3. What lies in the operation of air - conditioning system?
4. What did he determine?


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