A. FILL THE BLANKS WITH THE APPROPRIATE WORD FROM THE LIST.
tolerance – conflict – censorship – vaccine – constitution – robotics
1. Rajae has spent two years at the University of Tokyo studying ————-.
2. The ————— between Morocco and Algeria over Western Sahara can be settled in the near future.
3. The American ————– states that there mustn’t be any sort of segregation against the blacks.
4. Doctors and researchers are still working hard to find an efficient ————— against AIDS.
B. PUT THE VERBS BETWEEN BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT TENSE.
1. Last night, while I was doing my homework, Angela (phone) me.
2. Omar ( never/ to travel)by train.
3. I (never/to see)such a beautiful beach before I went to Hawaii.
4. By the time you come back from the U.S., you (to perfect) your English.
C. REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES USING THE WORDS BETWEEN BRACKETS.
1. I didn’t send her an invitation because I didn’t find her address. (If)
2. Emily: “Our teacher will go to Glassgow tomorrow.” (Emily said that …)
3. The committee must complete the report by next Friday. (The report)
4. Although I had a fever last night, I didn’t call a doctor. (Despite)
D. MATCH THE STATEMENTS WITH THE FUNCTIONS. (2 Points)
1. This is a very precious book. You mustn’t lose it. a. absence of necessity
2. In China many children must wear uniforms when they go to school. b. advice
3. You are short-sighted. You should wear your glasses regularly. c. prohibition
4. I don’t have to write the report myself. My secretary can do that for me. d.obligation.
E. PUT THE WORDS BETWEEN BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT FORM.
1. Coca-Cola is an (continent) company.
2. UNICEF is an (nation) governmental organization concerned with children’s welfare.
3. Most of the African countries are (develop).
4. A large number of immigrants in Europe are overworked and (pay).