Ôn tập môn Anh khối 11(HKI)  

Ôn tập môn Anh khối 11(HKI)  

1. Good friendship should be based on …… understanding.

A. each other    B. mutual           C. capable          D. selfish

2. The children seem to be ….. of working quietly themselves.

A. incapable      B. capable          C. able                D. unable

3. He is a(n) ………….. man. He always helps people without thinking of his own benefit.

A. selfish           B. unselfish       C. pleasant        D. pleased

4. A(n) …………… is a person one simply knows.

A. farmer            B. acquaintance C. neighbor      D. friend

5. ……….. friendship is a tow-sided affair.

A. A                   B. An                  C. The                D. 0

6. A …. is a person with whom one has a deeper relationship.

A. teacher          B. neighbor       C. peasant         D. friend

7. Despite many changes in his life, he remained ………… working principles.

A. loyal to          B. loyalty to      C. ability to        D. able to

8. He started to get ……….. what I have told him.

A. suspicious   B. suspicions    C. suspicion      D. suspiciously

9. Friendship is a ………. affair.

A. two-side       B. two-sides      C. two-siding    D. two-sided

10. My friends often shows her ……. whenever I have troubles.

A. sympathy     B. sympathize   C. sympathetic  D. sympathetically

11. He does not know much about the project but he is very ……….

A. enthusiastic B.enthusiasm    C. enthusiast  D. enthusiastically

12. Daisy is so ………… she only cares about herself.

A. helpful              B.selfish                 C. loyal               D. talkative

13. She is not determined and often changes her ideas. What an/a ……….. girl she is.

A. uncertain          B.mutual                C. suspicious    D. changeable

14. John left ………. a impression on me. I will never forget him.

A. loyal                  B.lasting                C. capable          D. constant

15. Two friends should be loyal ………. each other.

A. on                      B.with                     C. over               D. to

16. My close friend is often concerned ………. all problems that I mention.

A. over                   B.with                     C. above            D. into

17. He is always ……. in word and deed.

A. loyal                  B.loyalty                C. loyally           D. loyalist

18. She has a wide circle of friends and …………

A. neighborhood B.acquaintances   C. friendship     D. relations

19. I was …………….. of his motives.

A. suspect             B.suspicious         C. suspicion      D. suspiciously

20. He tried to keep it …………. from his family.

A. secret                B.secretly              C. quietly           D. far

 

1. Tom was accused ……… some top secret document.

A. from               B. of                    C. on                   D. in

2. I don't like living in remote areas.

A. natural          B. central           C. suburb           D. faraway

3. What was the …….. of the match?-Three goals to nil.

A. participation                            B. repetitive       C. member          D. score

4. ………... the end of the program, a student would offer a bunch of flowers.

A. For                 B. At                   C. In                    D. On

5. She stayed ……. home to take care ………… her sick mother.

A. at/of              B. in/for              C. from/at           D. for/with

6. You are capable ……… better work.

A. to do             B. of doing        C. for doing       D. done

7. How many contestants were there in all?

A. as respected                            B. as a total       C. as usual         D. as a result

8. …………. are children whose parents passed away.

A. orphans                                    B. volunteers   

C. college students                      D. handicapped children

9. Each nation has many people who voluntarily take care of others.

A. look after      B. take part in    C. organize        D. clean up

10. Every summer, hundreds of students participate in a campaign to eradicate illiteracy.

A. promote                                    B. get rid of completely              

C. volunteer                                  D. provide

11. A ………. is the person that officially decides who is the winner of a competition.

A. judge             B. sponsor         C. participant    D. poet

12. The transition from school to work does not happen smoothly to everybody.

A. with problems                          B. full of troubles         C. plenty of challenges       D. without difficulties

13. He has only one aim in life, which is to become wealthy.

A. contest         B. score              C. purpose         D. sponsor

14. Peter is busy mowing the lawn so he can not answer the phone.

A. cutting the lawn with a knife

B. cutting the lawn with a pair of scissors

C. cutting the lawn with a machine                      

D. cutting the lawn with a sickle

15. Those students volunteered to care …… the sick and the aged.

A. with               B. in                    C. on                   D. for

16. Have you got any difficulty ……. …. learning these answers?

A. in                   B. with                C. for                  D. about

17. Those active boys like to go ………….. climbing.

A. mountainous                               B. mountain          

C. mountaineer                                 D. mountains

 

18. I often take part ………. social activities every weekend.

A. for                  B. from                   C. against              D. in

19. Mary often found her teacher’s remarks stimulating.

A. enjoying       B. participating     C. interesting        D. encouraging

20. Some high school students often take part in helping the disadvantaged or handicapped children.

A. overcome     B. look after           C. participate in    D. understand

21. Several world ………. have come to help poor people and orphans.

A. organize        B. organization     C. organizational  D. organizing

22. How many …….. are there in the competition?

A. participations B. participative   C. participates       D. participants

23. Although established not long ago, the Women’s World Cup is growing in popularity.

A. made up        B. given up            C. put up                D. set up

24. Why don’t you participate ……… in our trip this weekend?

A. in                   B. on                       C. at                        D. of

25. He struggled …………. cancer for two years.

A. against          B. over                   C. off                      D. to

26. I was extremely excited when I first enjoyed a football match in the stadium.

A. too                 B. very                   C. so                       D. much

27. Something that is ………. makes you feel shy and ashamed.

A. careful                                           B. careless            

C. sneaky                                           D. embarrassing

28. I started school when I was at the …… of six.

A. age                B. old                      C. elderly               D. ageing

29. We have a ……… look on his face.

A. sneak            B. sneaky               C. sneakily             D. sneaking

30. We have experienced this kind of holiday before.

A. happened     B. spent                 C. known               D. noticed

31. The boy glanced at me and turned away.

A. looked quickly                             B. looked attentively

C. looked carefully                           D. looked suspiciously

32. the lifeboat was launched at once to rescued the four fishermen.

A. quickly          B. carefully            C. immediately      D. excitedly

33. He had finally accomplished his dream ……. becoming a pilot.

A. on                  B. at                        C. of                        D. for

34. Naomi ……… her father as she was growing up.

A. idol                B. idolized              C. idolizing            D. idolatry

35. She looked great ………. her new dress.

A. in                   B. with                C. at                    D. for

36. When the leading actor appeared on the stage, the audience greeted him warmly ………. once.

A. for                  B. in                    C. at                    D. on

37. I admired him for being so confident ……… his age.

A. on                  B. in                    C. from               D. at

38. On my birthday, before I blew …….. the candles, I had prayed for my future and my family.

A. on                  B. out                 C. in                    D. at

39. They always celebrate their wedding ………. with a dinner in an expensive restaurant every year.

A. party             B. anniversary  C. cake               D. rings

40. Can you keep …….. when I am on the phone, please? Don’t make so much noise.

A. quiet              B. enjoyable      C. happy            D. comfortable

41. Your …… is the anniversary of the date on which you were born.

A. wedding       B. birthday        C. party              D. congratulation

42. The bride’s father will make a speech at the wedding ……….. to say thank you to the guests.

A. anniversary  B. party              C. presentation D. holiday

43. I have just received a letter …… my friend.

A. in                   B. on                   C. from               D. to

44. In the United States, people ……. all ages celebrate birthdays.

A. on                  B. at                    C. of                    D. in

45. Their …… took placed in Saint John’s church.

A. marry             B. married          C. marriage        D. marital

46. The aim of the conference is to promote international …….

A. friend            B. friendship     C. friendly          D. friendless

47. Do you know how Vietnamese people ….. Lunar New Year?

A. joke               B. blow               C. keep               D. celebrate

48. ………. anniversary is the day exactly 50 years after marriage, often celebrated with a party.

A. silver             B. golden           C. copper           D. diamond

49. He apologized                         not being able to complete the poem.

A. for                  B. in                    C. on                   D. of

50. I often          of being famous when I was younger.

A. dreamed        B. accused         C. prevented     D. assured

51. He's very good                                                   playing games.

A. at                   B. of                    C. in                    D. about

52. People are not aware              the problem of overpopulation.

A. of                   B. in                    C. at                    D. for

53. Some scientists say that there are enough resources to         8 billion people.

A. raise              B. provide          C. distribute      support

54. Children are always               about Tet holiday.

A. concerned    B. interested      C. keen               D. excited

55. It’s believed that friendship cannot last long which is all give…………one side and take…………the others.

A. on/ on           B. on/ to             C. to/ on             D. to/ to

56. For boys who no…………have father, there is a voluntary organization called Big Brothers to help them.

A. long               B. longest          C. longer            D. length

57. They give care and comfort to them and help them to overcome their difficulties.

A. attention       B. happiness     C. love                D. satisfaction

58. When the candles were blown ………, the room was in dark.

A. out                 B. of                    C. at                    D. for

59. They have …….. many social activities, but not all the members want to be drawn in.

A. volunteered B. spent             C. participated  D. organized

60. John has just move to the city. He ………. lives here.

A. no longer      B. any longer    C. any more       D. more than


Infinitive With To or Without To
  1. He made us (do) ……………….…. it allover again.
  2. He will able (swim) …………..……. very soon.
  3. I want (see) ………………... the house where Shakespeare was born.
  4. He made her (repeat) …………………. the message.
  5. Would you like (go) ……………….…. now or shall we (wait) …………….…. for the end.
  6. They don’t let us (leave) …………….……. the customs shed until our luggage has been examined.
  7. Will you help me (move) …………………. the bookcase?
  8. He wouldn’t let the boy (play) …………………. with matches.
  9. He is expected (arrive) ……………….…. in a few hours.
  10. Please let me (know) ……………..…. your decision as soon as possible.
  11. He made us (wait) ………………….. for hours.
  12. You seem (know) …………………. this area very well.
  13. I used (live) ………………….. here.

Combine Each of The Following Sentences Into One Using The Infinitive.

  1. He rushed into the burning house. He wanted to save the child.

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  1. I am buying some paint. I want to paint my door.

…………………………………………………………………………………………….

  1. He has a box. He plans to put his saving in it.

…………………………………………………………………………………………….

  1. They got up very early. They wanted to get to the top of the hill before sunrise.

…………………………………………………………………………………………….

  1. The boys are collecting sticks. They intend to put them on the fire.

…………………………………………………………………………………………….

  1. They employ a detective. They wanted to learn what he did in the evenings.

…………………………………………………………………………………………….

  1. The workmen left red lights near the hole. They wanted to warn motorists.

…………………………………………………………………………………………….

Give the correct form of verbs in brackets.

  1. I suggest (call) …………..…. an ambulance for the injured boy.
  2. My watch keep (stop) …………..……. that is because you keep (forget) …………. (change) …………. the battery.
  3. Have you finished (work) ………..……. on this project.
  4. Don’t forget (lock) ……………….…. the door before going to bed.
  5. I don’t remember (see) ……………….…. this film before.
  6. You have to avoid (drive) ……………….…. in heavy traffic.
  7. Is there anything here worth (buy) ………………….?
  8. He has postponed (take) ……………..…. the trip.
  9. He pretended (not/see) …………………. me yesterday.
  10. We were looking forward to (see) ………….……. you again.
  11. We plan (take) ……………… our holidays abroad this year.
  12. The headmaster doesn’t permit (smoke) ……………….…….during the meeting.
  13. Come over here. I would like you (see) ………………….….this.
  14. Children should (start) ………..……. (learn) ……….a foreign language at primary school.
  15. He remembered (pass) …………..….on most of the information.
  16. The film was so terrifying that she could hardly bear (watch) …………….…….it.
  17. Would you mind (lend) ………………….$5? I need (buy) ………………..a pen.
  18. I suggest (telephone) ……….the hospitals before (ask) ………………..the police (look) ……………..…….for him.
  19. After (hear) ……………..…. the condition I decided (not/enter) ………………….for the competition.
  20. I tried (explain) ………….……. to him but he refused (listen) ……………….…. and went on (grumble) ……….
  21. Try (forget) ………….….it. It is not worth (worry) …………..…….about.
  22. At first I enjoyed (listen) ……….to him but a while i got tired of (hear) ……….the same story again and again.

SIMPLE PAST or PAST CONTINUOUS:

  1. She (work) ………...…. quietly at her desk when suddenly the door (open) ………. and her daughter (rush) ……….in.
  2. She (stand) ………….up, (walk) …….…….across the room, and (close) ………..…….the window.
  3. A strange man (walk) …………….…. into the room. He (wear) ……..……….red trousers and pink shirt.
  4. You (not meet) ……………….your wife while you (work) ………….……. in England?
  5. I (see) ……………….you in the park yesterday. You (sit) ………….on the bench with your arm around Tom.
  6. As soon as I (walk) ………..….into the room, he (hand) ………………. me a letter.
  7. His father was really angry with him because he (listen) ……………..to music while he (do) ………. his homework.
  8. Why they (not visit) ……………..….me while they (stay) ……………….in London?
  9. As he (pass) ……………………. the bank, a man in a mask (knock)………. ………. him onto the ground?
  10. What you (write) ………….….when your computer (crash) ………….….?
  11. When I (look) ………………. my passport I (find) ……………..….this old photographs.
  12. As I (cross) ……………... the street, I (step) ………………….on banana skin and (fall) ……….……. heavily.
  13. I lit the fire at 6.00 and it (burn) ………………….brightly when Tom came in at 7.00.
  14. I (make) ……………..….a cake when the light went out. I had to finish it in the dark.
  15. He suddenly (realize) …………….….that he (travel) ………………….in the wrong direction.

EXERCISE I: Rewrite the sentences, using conditional clauses.

1/ I (do) if I (have) time.

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- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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2/ If she (not try), she (not succeed).

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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3/ If I (see) her, I (tell) her.

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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4/ (You do) it if I (ask) you ?

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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5/ If I (be) ill, I (stay) at home.

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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6/ What (you do) if the bus (not come).

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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7/ I (be) sorry if she (leave).

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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8/ I (not stay) in this job if I (can find) another one.

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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9/ They (get) wet if it (rain).

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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10/ It (not bite) you unless you (move)

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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11/ We (go) out unless it (stop) snowing.

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

- ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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EXERCISE II: Put the verbs in brackets in correct tenses.

1/ If I (have) ________ a typewriter, I could type it myself.

2/ If I had known that you were in hospital, I (visit) ________ you.

3/ You could make much progress if you (attend) ________ class regularly.

4/ If I (know) ________ his telephone number, I would give it to you.

5/ If you (arrive) ________ ten minutes earlier, you would have got a seat.

6/ If he (study) ________ harder, he can pass an exam.

7/ She may be late if she (not hurry) ________.

8/ Tell him to ring me if you (see) ________ him.

9/ If you (speak) ________ more slowly, he might have understood you.

10/ What (you do) ________ if you got fat ?

Exercise III : Supply the correct verb tense.

1/ If you are kind to me, I (be) _______ good to you.

2/ He (come) _______ if you waited.

3/ If you (ring) _______ the bell, the servant would come.

4/ If I had known that the baby was hungry, I (feed) _______ him.

5/ If it (not, rain) _______ a lot, the rice crop wouln’t grow.

6/ If today (be) _______ Sunday, we wouldn’t have to work.

7/ If she had had your address, she (write) _______ to you.

8/ We lost the match. If you (play) _______ for us, we (win) _______.

9/ So long as you return the book by Saturday, I (lend) _______ it to you with pleasure.

10/ They would not be paid unless they (do) _______ their work well.

11/ Provided he (not, be) _______ interrupted, he can finish the work on time.

12/ If it (be) _______ convenient, let’s meet at three o’clock.

13/ If I became very rich, I (build ) _______ a hospital for the poor.

14/ If he (give) _______ up smoking, as his doctor orders, he will be soon well again.

15/ He (not, have) _______ an accident if he had not been driving so fast.

16/ If she (write) _______ more carefully, she might not have made too many mistakes.

17/ You would have to stay in bed unless your health (improve) _______.

18/ Did she have more practice, she (speak) _______ English better.

19/ Had I known that she was sick, I (visit) _______ her.

20/ Supposing World War III (happen) ________, human civilization (be) _______ destroyed.

EXERCISE IV : Put “if” or “unless” into these spaces.

1/ ________ we hurry, we’ll miss the bus.

2/ Will you phone me ________ you come to England ?

3/ ________ you see Jane, ask her to contact me.

4/ You’ll never pass your exam ________ you don’t work harder.

5/ Liverpool won’t win ________ they begin playing better.

6/ ________ you forget our address, you can find it in the phone book.

7/ You won’t pass your driving test ________ you drive more carefully.

8/ He’ll be ill ________ he doesn’t stop worrying so much.

9/ We’ll go to the beach tomorrow ________ it’s raining.

10/ We’ll never get there on time ________ the train leaves soon.

EXERCISE V : Use “if” in place of “unless”

1/ We won’t go out unless it stops raining.

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2/ I will call the police unless you give back my bicycle.

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3/ You wouldn’t be able to do this exercise unless your English were good.

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4/ Unless we had enough rain, we couldn’t grow rice.

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5/ The fishermen couldn’t have caught a lot of fish unless they had had good nets.

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6/ I wouldn’t buy it unless I could afford it.

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7/ I would refuse to go unless they paid my expenses.

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8/ I don’t agree with his economic policy. I wouldn’t vote for him unless he changed it.

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9/ He wouldn’t have written unless he had heard news.

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10/ You might not have a terrible toothache unless you went to the dentist regularly.

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EXERCISE VI: The following sentences are first, second or third conditional. Put the verbs in brackets into the appropriate form.

1/ We wanted to go out yesterday but the weather was terrible. If it (be) … had been … a nice day, we (go) … would have gone … for a picnic.

2/ Why don’t you explain everything to him ? If you (not tell) _______ him the truth, I’m sure you (regret) _______ it one day.

3/ Mary was here not long ago. If you (come round) _______ earlier, you (see) ______ her.

4/ Apparently, the ferry company are planning to close the port in this town. If that (happen) _______, the town (lose) _______ a great deal of money.

5/ I (help) _______ you with it if I (have) _______ more time but I’m afraid I haven’t got any spare time at all at the moment.

6/ The government is expecting to win the next election, but if it (lose) _______, the Prime Minister (resign) _______ from politics.

7/ I am so glad that you took me to your friend’s party. If we (not go) _______ there, I (never meet) _______ Kate Winset.

8/ It’s ridiculous that trains are so expensive. If fares (be) _______ cheaper, I’m sure more people (use) _______ the train and leave their cars at home.

9/ If she (get) _______ that job she’s applied for, she (be) _______ delighted. And I think she’s got a good chance of getting it.

10/ Fortunately the explosion took place at night when the streets were empty. It (be) _______ a disaster if it (happen) _______ in the middle of the day.

11/ The talks between the two leaders keep breaking down. If they (break down) _______ again, it is possible that there (be) _______ a war between the two countries.

12/ If Alison (know) _______ anything about car mechanics, I’m sure she (help) _______ us fix the car, but I think she knows even less than we do.

13/ They’ve been married for twenty years now but I don’t think she (marry) _______ him if she (know) _______ what a selfish man he was.

14/ Children spend too much time watching television and playing computer games. I’m sure they (be) _______ happier if they (spend) _______ more time playing outside.

15/ James has everything he wants but he’s always moaning. I’m sure that if I (have) _______ so much money, I (not moan) _______ all the time.

EXERCISE VII: Rewrite the following sentences using If clauses.

1/ She can’t be employed because she doesn’t have a college degree.

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2/ I don’t have enough money. I can’t go on a long holiday this year.

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3/ He is very slow, so we won’t give his such an important task.

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4/ I’ll have to work this Sunday, so I shan’t join your picnic.

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5/ He works overtime to get more money because he has to pay father’s debt.

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6/ City life isn’t enjoyable because everything is very expensive.

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7/ There are industrial factories inside the city, that’s why pollution can’t be reduced.

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8/ Everything on the earth grows well because the sun always shines.

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9/ There is a grammar error in this English composition, that’s why it can’t get a full mark.

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10/ I don’t have a typewriter. I can’t type it myself.

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11/ I’ll buy a new hat. I’ll give it to you.

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12/ You’ll ask the teacher. He’ll explain the lesson to you.

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13/ Mary doesn’t see the sight. She can’t tell you about that.

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14/ I don’t know his address. I can’t give it to you.

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15/ He didn’t look a lot better because he didn’t shave more often.

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16/ She was ill. She didn’t go to work.

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17/ It was raining all morning. We didn’t go out.

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18/ He was tired. He made a mistake.

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19/ Peter didn’t write to me. I didn’t write to him.

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20/ You didn’t ask Alice. She didn’t tell you the truth.

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1  Examples: (if [present], [present])

a  If Mr Perkins (catch)  ………………… someone napping, he always (make)  ………………… them do twenty press-ups.

b  If you (put)  ………………… a block of ice in the sun, it (melt)   ………………….

c  If she (be) sad, she usually (listen)   ………………… to Cat Stevens.

d  If the roads (be)   ………………… wet, it (be)   ………………… more dangerous to drive on them.

e  If it (rain) )  …………………, we never (go)  …………………  for a ramble.

2  Example: (imperatives: if [present], [present])

a  (not drive)   ………………… if you (be)  …………………  drunk. You could have an accident.

b  (not tell)   ………………… her if you (not want)  …………………  to.

c  If you (not be)   …………………  busy, (help)   ………………… me.

d  (not eat)   …………………  it if you (be)  ………………… full.

e  (not add)   …………………  fuel to the flames if you (not want)  ………………… to have a row   with your wife.

3  Example: (if [present], [will4   + infinitive])

a  If you (present)  ………………… your proposal, we (see)   …………………  what we can do about   it.

b  If we (put)   …………………  off the meeting now, when it (be)   ………………… held again?

c  If you (let)   ………………… me down again, I no longer (rely)   …………………  on you.

d  If you (break)   …………………  your promise, you (suffer) ………………… for it.

e  We (give)  …………………  them a call if we (decide)  …………………  to pay them a visit.

4  Example:

a  He needn’t come if he (have)  ………………… many things to do.

b  If we (tell)  ………………… them the whole truth now, they may forgive us.

c  We must leave now if we (want)  …………………  to get there before dark.

d  If the weather (not improve)  …………………, we should (stay)  …………………   at home.

e  We had better tell her everything if she (ask)  …………………  us.

5  Examples:

Note that apart from the simple present and the future simple  (will + infinitive), we can have other verb forms.

a  If it (not snow)  ………………… now, I (show)  ………………… you round town.

b  If you (not finish)  …………………  yet, you’d better stay at home and finish   it.

c  If you (come)  ………………… tomorrow at midday, I (cook)  ………………… the dinner. Can you   come a bit later?

d  If you (study)  ………………… Chinese for five years, you should at least   speak it.

e  If my memory (not deceive) ………………… me, we (be) …………………  married for forty-five   years in May.

6  Revision exercise.

a  If you (be) ………………… bitten by a cobra, you can die from it, unless you take an antidote.

b  Water (boil) …………………  and (evaporate) …………………  if it (be)   ………………… heated.

c  If you (be) )  ………………… exposed to the sun’s rays for a long time, you (get)   ………………… your skin burnt.

d  We’d better postpone the match if it still (rain)  ………………….

e  We may go to Africa next winter if we (save)   ………………… enough money by then.

f  I (lend) ………………….

 you the money providing that you (pay)  ………………… me back by Monday.

g  I (stay) ………………….

 here with you so long as you (not make)  ………………… a scene.

h  I (go) out with you on condition that you (pay)   …………………  for the drinks.

i  Unless you (tell) …………………the teacher’s pet our intentions, everything (go) …………………alright5.

j  Suppose you (see) …………………a policeman. What you (do) …………………then?

k  My mother (get) …………………angry whenever I (arrive) …………………home late.

l  If you (play) …………………with fire, you can get burnt.

m  If you (not do) …………………the chores yet, you’d better hurry up.

n  If you (pour) …………………oil on the flames, they (sack) …………………you. So, please don’t.

o  If he (take) ………………… part in the race, he may win.

p  If the worst (come) …………………to the worst, we (have) …………………to repeat the year.

q  If you (talk) …………………behind my back again, you (regret) …………………it.

r  If you (want) …………………to do it, you must do it off your own bat.

s  If you (take) …………………care of my sister, I (reward) ………………… you for it.

t  If you (not mind) …………………, I’d like to repay you for your kindness.

   How about going to the theatre tomorrow evening?

u  If you (happen) ………………… to run into her, please (tell) ………………… her to come over for dinner.

v  She (tell) ………………… me tomorrow whether she can come or not6.

w  (close) …………………the window if you (be) …………………cold.

x  If we (not preserve) ………………… nature, we (destroy) …………………the humankind as   well.

y  (not stick) …………………your tongue out at Mr Smith if you (not want) …………………to be gated for a week.

z  If you (hitch-hike) ………………… again, we (not give) ………………… you any pocket money   for a month.

7  Examples: (unreal or improbable: if [past], [would7   + infinitive])

a  If I (have) ………………… a time machine, time (be) ………………… in my hands.

b  If it (not rain) ………………… buckets, we (drop) ………………… in on him.

c  If I (be) ………………… in your place, I (leave) …………………the phone off the hook.

d  If you (be) ………………… to take the post, what you (do) …………………?

e  If the brakes of your car (fail) …………………, you (jump) ………………… out?

8  Example: (impossible: if [past perfect], [would9 have   + past participle])

b  If she (not overbid) …………………us, we (buy) …………………the prehistoric axe.

c  If we (not underbid) ………………… her, we (obtain) …………………the prehistoric axe.

d  ‘If you (reset) ………………… your watch, you (not be) …………………late,’

   ‘Yes, you’re right, but I forgot that the time had been changed.’

e  If you (sit) ………………… under the overhanging branches of the plane tree,   you (be) …………………cooler. Why didn’t you sit there?

9  Example:

   If [past perfect], [would + infinitive]

If [past], [would have   + past participle]: They would have gone there if they were   not ill.

a  If you (not sling) ………………… your satchel on the mud, it (not be) ………………… so   dirty. Now you’ll have to wash it yourself with soap

   and water.b  She was so angry that she rent her blouse in two. If she   (not rend) ………………… it in two, she (use) ………………… it for tomorrow’s party.

c  He’s guilty in the eyes of the law, but only because he didn’t   tell all the truth. If he (not conceal) …………………any facts of what   occurred that night, now he (not be) ………………… regarded as one of the   people implicated in the robbery.

d  He’s lucky not to be here now. If he (be) …………………here now, I (tell)  ………………… him a few home truths.

e  They lent us the money we needed to continue with the business;   if they (not come) …………………to our rescue, we (not run) …………………it now.

10 Examples:

a  If you already (finish) …………………, why we (not take) …………………the kids to the zoo?

b  If you (feel) …………………dizzy, why you (not lie) …………………down a bit?

c  If you (know) …………………he was so pigheaded, why you (try) …………………to convince   him that he was wrong?

d  If you (be) …………………so sure that she wouldn’t be ready in a twinkle,   why you (wait) ………………… for her? Why you (not tell) …………………her to come here?

e  If you (realise) …………………how smarmy she was, why you (believe) …………………her?

12 Revision exercise.

a  Your jacket is very creased. If you (sling) …………………it over the back of  the armchair, it (not crease). …………………

b  ‘I overslept this morning.’ ‘If you (set) ………………… your alarm clock as I told you last night, you (not oversleep) ………………….’

c  We were hidden behind a bush, but she saw a spider and shrieked with fright. If she (not shriek) …………………with fright, they (not discover) …………………us.

d  If I (be) …………………in your shoes, I (not be) ………………… so meek and mild. I (be) …………………tougher. This is what they deserve.

e  He scored five baskets in the first minutes of the second   half, which spurred his team to victory. If he (not score)   them, his team probably (not win) ………………… the game.

f  ‘Why don’t you ask him to help you?’

   ‘If he (not be) …………………so angry with me, I __________.’ (short answer)

g  ‘She felt light-headed after drinking two gins and tonic, so   she went to bed.’

   ‘If she (not drink) …………………any alcohol, she (not feel) ………………… light-headed,   and (not have) …………………to go to bed; and of course, she (be) …………………here now.’

h  My parents got very cross with me because we married in a   registy office. If we (marry) …………………in church, I (have) …………………a very good   dowry.’

i  I don’t think it’ll rain, but if it (rain) …………………, (bring) …………………the washing   in, please.

j  He talked ill about you. If you (make) a good impression on   him, he (not talk) ………………… ill about you.

k  ‘If you (not keep) ………………… this omelette in the fridge, it (spoil) ………………… in   the heat.’

   ‘Don’t worry! I’ll put it in the fridge immediately.’

l  If we (leave) now, we (reach) ………………… home in time to watch the match   on telly.

m  I fell into the river and couldn’t swim. But for her, I   (drown). …………………

n  I fell into the river and couldn’t swim. But for her, I (be) …………………  dead now.

o  I hope you don’t need any outside help; but if such (be) …………………the   case, you could always rely on us.

p  Does any of you want to work for us? If so, please (raise)   …………………your hands. If not, you can leave.

q  ‘I had the accident because I was exhausted.’

   ‘If you (be) …………………exhausted, why you (not stop) ………………… the car and (sleep)   …………………a little bit?’

r  If I (tell) …………………my mother a lie, she usually (find) …………………out, so I   won’t tell her any.’

s  (not make) …………………promises if you can’t keep them.

t  My father’s lighter doesn’t work because it hasn’t got a flint.   If it (have) …………………one, it (work) ………………….

u  Her children are given to answering back. If she (not spoil) …………………   them so much, they (not do) ………………… such a thing.

v  If I (see) ………………… him, I (give) …………………him a piece of my mind. What he’s   been doing is despicable.

w  ‘What (happen) ………………… if I hit this button?’

   ‘If you (press) …………………it, the machine (stop) ………………… working, so please   don’t.’

x  ‘If you (not slow) …………………up, you never (recover) …………………from your illness.’

   ‘But, I can’t, doctor: my business cannot be neglected!’

   ‘Well, in that case, your illness will go from bad to worse,   and in the near future you won’t be able to work at all. If   this (be) …………………what you want, (not slow) …………………up’

y  Why didn’t you tell me you were coming. If I (know) ………………… you   were coming, I (prepare) ………………… a special meal.

z  If I (not give) …………………up my studies, I (be) ………………… an important lawyer now;   but my father fell ill, and had to take up a job as a waiter.

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES

1 I am sure she would go out if you .......................(ask) her nicely.
2 I would buy the shoes if they ................................. (not be) so expensive.
3 If people were more reasonable, there ............................... (be) no wars.
4 If you ..................... (be) at home, I would visit you.
5 If Norah were older, she .............................. (have) more sense.
6 If I were a famous film star, I ............................. (be) rich.
7 What ............................... (you, do) if you were me?
8 I would have a birthday party if mum .......................... (let) me have one.
9 If the sun shone, we ............................... (have) a picnic.
10 I would be sad if you ................................ (not help) me.
11 If I were a millionaire, I ......................... (have) a Rolls Royce.
12 If I were you, I .......................... (not do) that.
13 If it .......................... (not rain), I would go on a bike tour.
14 Sue would write a good test if she .................. (study) harder.
15 If you ........................... (not be) distracted, your results would be better.
16 Dad would repair my bike if I ......................... (be) at home.
17 If I ....................... (be) you, I would buy the house.
18 I would be sad if you ........................... (not help) me.
19 Our little cat would drink the milk if you ..................... (leave) the room.
20 If the weather ........................... (be) fine, we would go swimming.
21 Jane ........................ (go) skiing if it was snowing.
22 He would win the tennis match if he ........................... (train) harder.
23 What would you do if you .............................. (win) the lottery?
24 I would do it if I ............................ (can).
25 Tenerife would be my ideal holiday spot if there .................... (not be) so many tourists.

26.          If he ………………………… (study) hard, he will pass the exam.

27.          If he comes, we ………………………………….. (go) to the theatre.

28.          If she ……………………………. (get) the money, she will spend it on clothes.

29.          If it rains, we …………………………………….(stay) at home.

30.          If you invite him, he ……………………………….(come) to the party.

31.          If he works hard, he ……………………………………… (succeed).

32.          If the weather ……………………………… (be) fine, Peter will go swimming.

33.          If dinner is not ready, I …………………………………… (go) out without it.

34.          If he ……………………………. (play) the violin, I will play the piano.

35.          If they ……………………………………. (not shut) the window, we’ll all die of cold.

36.          She ………………………………… (not, come) to the party if you don’t invite her.

37.          They won’t move to London if he …………………………. (not find) a job.

38.          What ……………………………………… (you, do) if your mobile is lost?

39.          If the lights B………………………. red, you must not cross the road.

40.          The dog will bite you if you ………………………………..(not stop) teasing it.

41.          If you help me with the housework, you………………………….. (get) some extra pocket money.

42.          If Aunt Gwyneth sends you a birthday present, you ....................... (must) call her.

43.          You will be overweight if you………………………………….. (not change) your diet.

44.          If you ………………………………….. (not stop) that noise, I’ll get really angry.

45.          If I have got a cold, I …………………………………….. (stay) in bed.

46.          If they ………………………………………. (not turn) down the volume, I will call the police.

47.          The milk turn sour if you …………………………………………… (not put) it in the fridge.

48.          The baby ……………………………….. (wake) up if you are too noisy.

49.          I can always talk to my friend if there ………………………………… (be) a problem.

50.          If Peter …………………………….. (not drive) carefully, he will get off the road.

Type 3

1.   If you ……………….. (to check) the car, it …………………..(not/to break) down in the middle of the desert.

2.   If it …………………………..  (not/to rain), the children…………………………….. (to play) outside.

3.   If my parents …………………..  (not/to be) so tired, they …………………….. (to watch) the film on TV.

4.   If she …………………..  (to buy) a new hard disk, she ……………………………..  (not/to lose) all data.

5.   If we ……………………..  (to use) the town map, we …………………………………(not/to get) lost.

6.   If Tom ……………………………(to eat) more salad, he ………………………….(not/to catch) a cold.

7.   If the police ……………………………..(not/to stop) me, I ……………………………(to reach) you in time.

8.   If his older brother ………………(not/to drive) so fast, he ………………….(not/to crash) into the other car.

9.   If Fred …………………(not/to cheat) at the test, his teacher ……………………..(not/to phone) his father.

10.          If I ……………………..(not/to switch off) the radio, I ………………….(to know) about the second goal.

Put in the correct phrases and form a conditional sentence (type I, II, III).

1) If we meet at 9:30, we …………………………………….(to have) plenty of time.

2) Lisa would find the milk if she ……………………………………..(to look) in the fridge.

3) The zookeeper would have punished her with a fine if she ………………………….(to feed) the animals.

4) If you spoke louder, your classmates ………………………………(to understand) you.

5) Dan …………………………………….(to arrive) safe if he drove slowly.

6) You …………………………………………..(to have) no trouble at school if you had done your homework

7) If you  …………………………………………….(to swim) in this lake, you'll shiver from cold.

8) The door will unlock if you ……………………………………(to press) the green button.

9) If Mel……………………………….(to ask) her teacher, he'd have answered her questions

10) I  …………………………. (to call) the office if I were you.


Although & Even Though

1. It was raining. We went to the beach.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

2. We were tired. We continued working.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

3. It was getting late. We decided to stay and talk a little longer.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

4. She has to drive twenty minutes to get to his house. She gave him a ride home, which was very nice of her.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

5. It was very cold out. We decided to go for a walk in the park.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

6. She was getting impatient and wanted to leave. He stayed at the computer for a little while longer.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

7. The roads were really bad, and many people decided not to drive that night. We went to the market anyway.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

8. The prices are a little higher at that supermarket. We like to go shopping there anyway.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

9. He's extremely afraid of traveling by airplane. We were able to convince him to go with us.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

10. They said they were on a diet. They had chocolate cake for dessert.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Because of- in spite of- although- because


1. I couldn't get to sleep…………….. the noise.
2. She accepted the job…………….. the salary, which was rather low.
3. ………….. the traffic was bad, I arrived on time.
4. I couldn't sleep…………….. very tired.
5. I went home early…………….. I was feeling unwell.
6. She can sleep…………….. the noise.
7. He passed the exam………….. he didn't study well.
8. I didn't eat anything…………….. being hungry.
9. She accepted the job……….. the salary, which was very high.
10. ……………. it rained a lot, they enjoyed themselves.

1. David can swim………….. he can play the flute.
2. She can dance………….. she can't sing.
3. I can play the guitar and I can play the piano……………..
4. Tom and Julie can speak French………….. they can speak English too
5. Dennis can read a comic………….. he can't watch TV.
6. Mike is tall……….. he can't play basketball.
7. Kelly can play rugby and Tracy can play rugby……………..
8. Paul can ski…………….. he can't play tennis.
9. I can play baseball…………….. football too.
10. Tony can't run…………….. he can't jump.


And- because-however-but -so

1. She can speak French, …………………….. she can't write it.
2. He's going to work in Colombia, …………………….. he's learning Spanish.
3. I went into town. I bought some food…………………….. I went to the library.
4. I don't have a car, …………………….. I have a motorcycle
5. She's working late next Friday, …………………….. she can't come to the party
6. We enjoyed the vacation. …………………….., it rained a lot.
7. She went home…………………….. she was tired
8. He worked hard, …………………….. he passed all his exams.
Choose the correct answer.


1 - She went out ____________ the rain.

2 - She went out ___________ it was raining.              

3 - She went out __________ the fact that it was raining.          

4 - ___________ she didn't like it, I enjoyed it a lot.    

5 - It was good, _____________ expensive.                 

6 - I was late. ___________, the others were all on time.

7 - __________ I was late, the others were all on time.

8 - They managed it ______________ I wasn't there.

9 - They managed it ___________ the fact that I wasn't there.

10 - ____________ tired, he managed to finish it on time.

11 - __________ hard she tried, she still couldn't manage it.

12 - ____________ of the opportunity, no one bothered


Because / because of / although / despite / in spite of


1.  Hanh didn’t go out ………… her cold.

2.  I don’t eat apples ………….. I don’t like them.

3.  The streets were crowded …………. the football match.

4.  I couldn’t sleep ………. the noise.

5.  The train was delayed ……………. the storm.

6.  I took a taxi ……….. I was in hurry.

7.  ………………. I have taken the pills, I am no better.

8.  Nam went on working ……………. feeling unwell.

9.  My sister gets a job …………. she didn’t expect to.

10.     …………. I told the whole truth, no one would believe me.

11.     She wanted to go out …………… the danger.

12.     …………… I dropped it, it didn’t break.

13.     ………………. it was sunny, it quite a cold day.

14.     The goods were never delivered ………….. the promise we had received.

15.     Mai wants to fly …………. the fact that she feels afraid.


Complete the sentences below with although - despite - in spite of.
  1.      ___________ the weather was bad, we enjoyed our trip.

  2.      The children slept well ____________ the noise.
  3.      ________________ earning a low salary, Linda gave money to her parents.

  4   John rarely sees Paul ___________ they live in the same town.
  5.      Julie failed the exam ____________ of working very hard.
  6.      ____________ it was cold, she didn't put on her coat.
  7.     Tom went to work ___________ not feeling very well.
  8.      Anna never learned the language ___________ she lived there for two years.

  9.      ____________ of the difficulty, they managed to climb to the top of the mountain.
  10.    I couldn't eat _____________ I was very hungry.

Use “In spite of” in place of “Although” and vice versa :

1/ In spite of all the noise outside, the students kept on studying.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

2/ Though they are poor, they are always neatly dressed.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

3/ We don’t feel tired although we have walked three miles.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

4/ She ate very little in spite of the delicious food.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

5/ Though I am fond of music, I can’t play any musical instruments.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

6/ In spite of being warned, he still got an electric shock.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

7/ My grandfather is till an active man despite his age.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

8/ Despite the narrow streets in that city, they drive cars.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

9/ Although she is wealthy, she is not happy.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

10/ Nobody liked it though the price was low.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

11/ He didn’t eat much in spite of being hungry.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

12/ Although he was talented, nobody admired him.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

13/ He didn’t get a promotion though his work was very good.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

14/ He bought that car despite our advice.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

15/ Our country will certainly become prosperous in spite of all the difficulties.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

16.     Although the weather was bad, they went swimming.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

17.     Although Lan was ill, she still came to the meeting.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

18.     Although he is rich, he never helps the poor.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

19.     Although she is rich, she always helps the poor.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

20.     Although she passed the exam, she didn’t feel satisfied.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

21.     Although he was inexperienced, he got a good salary.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

22.     She decided to accept the job although the salary is low.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

23.     Although she is an accountant, she never seems to have any money.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

24.     He is very nice, but I don’t trust him.

- …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

25.     Despite the rain, they went to work.

 
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