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Ex. 1/174



Turn the following into the
past tense:



1.
He walks all day without feeling tired.


2.
The teacher always counts the students at the beginning of the
lesson.


3.
Hob generally burns the potatoes when he cooks them.


4.
Before the lesson the teacher opens the windows and closes the
door.


5.
Jan’s good work always pleases Mr. Priestley very much.


6.
For my holiday I generally stay at the seaside.


7.
Susan works in the house all day, and studies Spanish every
evening.


8.
Jan sometimes smokes a cigarette as he waits for the train.


9.
Pedro looks handsome; he always dresses well.




Ex 5/175

In place of the adjectives in brackets put the
correct form adding “more” or “most” where
necessary :


1. Frieda is
(old) than Hans; she is the (old) of the family.


2. Summer is
(warm) than winter.


3. Summer is
the (warm) of the four seasons.


4. London is
(big) than Manchester.


5. Manchester
is (small) than London.


6. The
aeroplane is (fast) than the train.


7. This picture
is (beautiful) than Romeo and Juliet and is (moving) than Limelight.


8. The train is
(slow) than the aeroplane.


9. Frieda is
(pretty) than her sister.


10. Lucille is (slim) than she was a year ago.

11. Winter in
London is (foggy) than in Paris.


12.These are
the (bad) cigarettes I have ever smoked.


13.The (good)
cigarettes in London , 10/-a hundred.


14.If these are
the (good) cigarettes in London the (bad) must be terrible.


15. I think I am
the (bad) dancer in the world.


16.You are not
(bad) than I am.


17. Your work is
much (bad) than I thought.




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2014-09-13T22:29:23+03:00
1.   He walked all day without feeling tired.
2.  The teacher always counted the students at the beginning of the
lesson.

3.  Hob generally burned the potatoes when he cooked them.
4.   Before the lesson the teacher opened the windows and closed the
door.

5.  Jan’s good work always pleased Mr. Priestley very much.
6.   For my holiday I generally stayed at the seaside.
7.   Susan worked in the house all day, and studied Spanish every
evening.

8.   Jan sometimes smoked a cigarette as he waited for the train.
9.   Pedro looked handsome; he always dressed well.

Ex 5/175

In place of the adjectives in brackets put the
correct form adding “more” or “most” where 
necessary :


1.   older +oldest   
2.   warmer
3.    warmest

4.    bigger

5.    smaller

6.    faster

7.     more beautiful + more moving 

8.  slower  
9.   prettier 
10.   slimmer

11.  foggier

12.worst

13. best 

14. best cigarettes + the worst 

15. worst

16.  worse

17. worse 
2014-09-13T23:49:46+03:00
1. walked
2. counted
3. burned
4. oped
5. pleased
6. stayed
7. worked
8. smoked
9. looked - dressed
ex.5 1. older ,  the oldest
2. warmer
3. the warmest
4. bigger
5. smaller
6. faster
7. more beautiful,  more moving
8. slower
9. prettier
10. slimer
11. foggier
12. the worst
13. the best
14. the best,  the worst
15. the worst
16. worse
17. worse