A. FILL THE BLANKS WITH THE APPROPRIATE WORD FROM THE LIST.
cloning – resolution – charter – sacrifice – lobbies – co-existence
1. Up to now, all governments of the world have agreed that ————- human beings is illegal.
2. Some ———— are trying hard to prevent Morocco from implementing deep changes in the bank system.
3. John: Is ————– between the Palestinians and the Israelis possible?
Jannett: I don’t think so.
4. The last UN ———— has imposed new economic and political sanctions on Iran.
B. PUT THE VERBS BETWEEN BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT TENSE.
1. John and Mary (to know) each other since they studied together in college.
2. I was eating when the phone rang. I (to get) upset because I hate being disturbed
3. When Andrew arrived at the airport, the plane (already/to leave).
4. James and his sister, Anna, (to graduate) from Cambridge by July 2023
C. REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENSES USING THE WORDS BETWEEN BRACKETS.
1. Patricia: “My mother will celebrate her birthday next weekend.” (Patricia said …)
2. He was playing the guitar. ( The guitar)
3. He missed the plane. So he didn’t fly to Australia. (If)
4. Although her salary is higher than mine, we do the same work. (Despite)
D. MATCH THE STATEMENTS WITH THE FUNCTIONS.
1. People with high cholesterol should eat low-fat foods. a. absence of necessity
2. You must have a permit to enter the national park. b.advice
3. You mustn’t drink too much alcohol c. prohibition
4. She needn’t go to the mosque if she doesn’t want to. It’s not obligatory. d. obligation
E. PUT THE WORDS BETWEEN BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT FORM.
1. The boss says that all the (employ) in his company will be promoted.
2. The local authorities have created an (industry) zone in the outskirts of the city.
3. The two parties have not reached an (agree) to form the government yet.
4. It was (kind) of him to insult his teacher.