Control №1 English, option 1

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1. Wear suitable form of the verb «to be» and turn the offer:
1. Bob ... a student of the Ural Law College next year.
2. This book ... very interesting.
3. I ... a militia officer.
4. My grandparents ... pensioners.
5. Last week we ... in the country.

2. Wear suitable form of the verb «to have» and turn the offer:
1. Mary ... a family of her own.
2. We ... two lectures today.
3. Next month Mr. Green ... holidays.
4. Yesterday I ... lunch in the college canteen.
5. Usually we ... short breaks between lessons.

3. Replace the appropriate personal pronoun subject and set offer:
1. The table is brown.
2. Mike and Jack are good friends.
3. My mother is a doctor.
4. These students have holidays in summer.
5. Tom and I usually watch TV in the evening.

4. Replace the pronoun in brackets corresponding possessive pronoun and put the offer:
1. (I) house is situated in Green street.
2. (He) lessons begin at 9 am
3. (She) children are pupils.
4. (They) duty is to maintain public order.
5. (We) country is rich in natural resources.

5. Put the personal pronouns in the objective case form, and set the offer:
1. What a nice dress! Where did you buy (it)?
2. Mary often visits (he).
3. I help (she) about the house.
4. Wait for (they) please.
5. Tell (I) about your hobby.

6. Put the underlined noun in the plural form, make the necessary changes and put the offer:
1. I'd like to read this story.
2. Little mouse lives under the floor.
3. Susan bought a new dress.
4. Take a tomato from the fridge.
5. We saw a wolf in the Zoo yesterday.

7. Shelf instead of points turnover «there is / there are» and turn the offer:
1. ... many trees in the garden.
2. ... a TV set in your room?
3. ... some flowers on the ground.
4. ... some coffee in the cup.
5. ... any children in the yard?

8. Consume the right form of the verb and put the offer:
1. Yesterday the Browns (to watch) TV in the evening.
2. As a rule I (to buy) clothes in Moscow.
3. Tomorrow Max and Paul (to go) for a walk together.
4. Usually Peter (to play) tennis with Jack.
5. I often (to write) letters to my relatives.

9. Put offer in negative form and set them:
1. Ann cooks very well.
2. I washed the plates after dinner.
3. Pamela drives a car carefully.
4. Eric and Rita gave music lessons.
5. On Friday we'll go to the theatre.

10. Ask for suggestions:
1. I have two brothers. (How many ...?)
2. Sue eats vegetables for supper. (Does ...?)
3. His wife liked to cook. (Did ...?)
4. Tim woke up at night. (When ...?)
5. They read books in English. (Do ...?)

11.Prochitayte and translate the text. Answer the question:
What is Washington famous for?
Washington DC
Washington is the capital of the United States of America. It is situated on the Potomac River in the District of Columbia. The population of the city is 900,000 people. Washington was named after the first US president George Washington. It was founded in 1790. There are no skyscrapers there, because no other building must be taller than the Capitol.
The Capitol is the seat of the American Congress. It is the huge building full of paintings and statues.
The White House is the official residence of the US President. It was built in 1799.
The Library of Congress is situated not far from the Capitol. It is the largest library in the States. It contains more than 13 million books, more than 19 million manuscripts.
There is one more well-known building in Washington - Pentagon. It is the residence of the US Military Department. It is in the suburbs to the south of the Potomac.
Washington DC is the city where you think about the glorious history of the USA.

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