Упражнения

1
I am a teacher.
You are a student.
He is a driver.
She is a nurse.
It is a worker.
We are engineers.
You are doctors.
They are shop assistants.
I am a father.
You are a guest.
He is a friend.
She is a child.
It is a grandfather.
We are brothers.
You are cousins.
They are sisters.

2
It is my garden.
It is your kitchen.
It is his balcony.
It is her family.
It is its chicken.
It is our bedroom.
It is your mother.
It is their room.
It is my stop.
It is your cabbage.
It is his place.
It is her porridge.
It is its center.
It is our ice-cream.
It is your soup.
It is their rice.

3
I have a pear.
You have an onion.
He has an apricot.
She has a comb.
We have a beet.
They have a grandmother.
I have a sandwich.
You have a pineapple .
He has an orange.
She has a lemon.
We have a bun.
They have a fish.
I have a surprise.
You have an hour.


4
The telephone is black.
The sky is blue.
The scarf is brown.
The pillow is green.
The sofa is grey.
The apple is red.
The fridge is white.
The melon is yellow.
The toilet is free.

5
The bottle is full.
This plane is old.
That bridge is new.
The toy is soft.
This bathroom is big.
That bicycle is small.
The nut is hard.
This train is good.
That tram is bad.
The man is handsome.
This daughter is young.
That son is married.

6
This is a hungry animal.
That is a beautiful bird.
It is a high mountain.
This is a cold flat.
That is a light bag.
It is a slow bus.
This is a heavy suitcase.
That is a hot pie.
It is a fast car.

7
I come from Russia.
You came from England.
He is coming from school.
She will come from the bank.
We have come from hospital.
They come on Tuesday.
I came in February.
You are coming today.
He will come tomorrow.
She has come in spring.
We come every Thursday.
They came in autumn.

8
I can live here.
You can learn there.
He can go to the country.
She can speak English.
We can make tea.
They can send a letter.

9
May I open the window?
May I close the door?
May I sit on the chair?
May I drink coffee?
May I eat sweets?

10
I must see the paper.
You must say good-bye.
He must find a job.
She must thank the woman.
We must wash the plates.
They must buy food.

11
I will  celebrate my birthday.
You will sleep in the bed.
He will stand on the street.
She will cook lunch.
We will swim in the river.
They will sing a song.

12
I like teaching.
You like drawing.
He likes reading.
She likes dancing.
We like playing.
They like smiling.

13
Have I many grapes?
Have you many vegetables?
Has he much bread?
Has she few tomatoes?
Have we little butter?
Have they many berries?
Have I many cucumbers?
Have you much meat?
Have he few potatoes?
Have she little cheese?
Have we many mushrooms?
Have they much luck?

14
I've got a lot of eggs.
You've got much jam.
He's got many carrots.
She's got little honey.
We've got a lot of sugar.
They've got few peaches.
I've got much fruit.
You've got many peas.
He's got little soda.
She's got a lot of bills.
We've got much pork.
They've got little time.

15
I got a key yesterday.
You broke the mirror last week.
He woke the boy in the morning.
She brought sausages on Monday.
We knew the people before January.
They showed the city in winter.
I fell from the table a minute ago.
She cried in the hall on Wednesday.

16
I gave the blanket to my uncle.
You gave the cat to the girls.
He gave the dogs to his aunt.
She gave oil to her husband.
We gave the present to our parents.
They gave the books to the pupils.

17
I listen to music.
You wait for your  father-in-law.
He writes to his wife.
She thinks about holidays.
We listen to the radio.
They wait for dinner.
I write to the accountant.
You think about the problem.

18
I want to do homework.
You want to change the shoes.
He wants to ask the artist.
She wants to choose a dress.
We want to collect pictures.
They want to salt the salad.
I want to come early.
You want to take a shower.

19
There is a park near the theater.
There are armchairs in the living room.
There are houses at the crossroads.
There is a forest behind the hotel.
There are shops on the square.
There is a cafe between the church and the cinema.
There is a post office in front of the station.
There are pens under the newspaper.
There is water in the glass.
There is milk in the saucer.
There is a clock on the right.
There is a TV-set on the left.
There is beef on the market.
There is a sweater under the jacket.
There are twelve months in a year.

20
I have already won the money.
You have already taken a banana.
He has already cut a watermelon.
She has already baked a cake.
We have already tried to answer.
They have already heard the joke.

21
It is such a warm day!
It is such a sharp knife!
It is such a spicy pepper!
It is such a short fork!
It is such a long spoon!
It is such a dark night!
It is such an expensive thing!
It is such a cheap camera!

22
I am late for the party.
You are angry with the police.
He is sorry about it.
She is glad about the chocolate.
It is ready for breakfast.
We are happy about it.
They are sad about it.
I am careful with the cup.

23
I have one coat.
You have two socks.
He has three shirts.
She has four skirts.
It has five floors.
We have six napkins.
They have seven tickets.
I have seventeen balloons.
You have nineteen T-shirts.
He has eighteen handkerchiefs.
She has twenty chops.
It has thousand addresses.
We have thirty ties.
They have hundred envelopes.

24
Who are you?
What are you?
Where are you?
How are you?
Why do you love summer?
When does it snow?

25
The juice costs ninety cents.
The noodles cost eight dollars.
The iron costs sixteen dollars.
The soap costs eighty cents.
The card costs eleven cents.
The map costs fifteen dollars.
The flowers cost fifty dollars.
The vase costs fourteen dollars.
The ball costs nine dollars.
The gloves cost thirteen dollars.
The hat costs ten dollars.
The trousers cost forty dollars.

26
I work every day.
I worked on Monday.
I am working now.
I will work next Sunday.
He sleeps well.
She runs fast.
We will speak Russian.
They got up early.
You are doing well.
He read the book.
She will cook lunch.
He opened the door.
She is cooking soup.
We like potatoes.
They will make tea.
I know Maths.
He is driving a car.
They ate porrige.
She will sell the house.
They played football.
I buy food.
He will iron the clothes.
She is learning Italian.
He works at a plant.
She went to school.
They are eating at the restaurant.
We'll come home.
It flies in the sky.
They are sleeping on the sofa.
He learned at home.
She'll stay at a hotel.
They are eating here.
She got to London.
He'll study at university.
You stopped at the corner.
He spent seven days there.
They watch two shows.
You are eating two sandwiches.
She'll teach two languages.
I know three guys.
We'll play two games.
She is preparing two dishes.
He saw four cars.
They have two cars.
He is making three hamburgers.
She lost two documents.