Match two parts to a correct and reasonable sentence.
Sarah likes to read books because she has allergies. Linda writes a letter until she gets tired. Sandy gets good marks (Noten) before she goes to the cinema. When the sun goes down because she is clever. Rachel doesn’t have a pet it usually gets dark, too.
Julie wrote a text about her family but the sentences got mixed up. Help her putting the right parts together.
Julie – My – is – name – Clark. in – I – Nottingham – live. old – ten years – am – I. works – My father – a big computer company – for – my mother – and – a teacher – is. two sisters – I – have got –, – Liz – Anne – and. My sister Anne – twelve years old – is. only (erst) six months old – My sister Liz – is. a dog – We –, – have got – too. name – His – Frank – is. in March – is – My birthday. the many presents – like – I. we – And – a lot of sweets – eat – on that day
Look at the classroom and write eight sentences. Use there is and there are.
In this classroom ...
What are their hobbies?
Dan and Mark (collect)
Susan and Liz (play)
Jenny (listen to)
Fill in the simple present. Then make negative sentences and write them down.
a. Jane and Laura __________ (play) volleyball on Tuesday.
b. Mr Taylor __________ (go) swimming in summer.
c. The Millers __________ (have) a picnic at the weekend.
d. Tim __________ (watch) TV in the evening.