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1 METU/SFL Dept. of B.E. Revision I February REPEAT GROUP SPRING SEMESTER FIRST SPAN Put the verbs in brackets into the correct present forms. I. "Well, I 1) have never won (never/win) anything like this before! I 2) (only/enter) a few competitions in my life so this is a big surprise. Of course, I 3) (watch) TV quiz shows for years, but now I 4) (think) of taking part in more. The prize is wonderful. We 5) (stay) here in Hawaii for ten days now and we 6) (have) a great time. We 7) (already/see) all the sights and my wife 8) (buy) lots of souvenirs. We 9) (send) postcards to all our friends to show them how we 10) (spend) our time. Yes, we 11) (enjoy) ourselves. In fact, we 12) (want) to stay forever." II. Dear John, First of all, sorry I 1) haven't written (not/write) for so long, but I was on holiday. 2) (you/learn) your exam results yet? I'm sure you 3) (pass) them all since you always 4) (study) so hard. I 5) (wait) for mine at the moment and I 6) (try) not to worry! Well, I 7) (write) from my new flat. Yes, I 8) (move) house! Now we 9) (paint) and 10) (clean) the place to make it look nice. When it's finished, I am going to have a party and because I 11) (not/see) you for weeks, so I 12) (want) you to come. Write soon and let me know if I'll see you there. Love, Mary III. 1 Alan is flying (fly) to Barcelona tonight. He (already/pack) his suitcase but he (not/call) a taxi yet. His plane (leave) at 8 pm. 2 Ann and Sally (be) flatmates. They sometimes (argue) because Sally (always/make) a mess in the kitchen. 3 "Look over there! It's John Cooper." "Oh yes! But he (look) so different! He (put on) at least 15 kilos and I (think) he (wear) a toupee." 4 Ever since the accident Susan (be) afraid to drive. Next week she (see) a psychologist. 5 "What a great match! Johnson (pass) the ball to Green, who (shoot) and (score)!" 6 "What on earth (you/do)? Your clothes are all dirty!" "Well, I (work) in the garden all day. Look! I (already/plant) a lot of flowers. I (plan) to cut the grass now. 1

2 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct past forms. I. Last year, Tom and Fiona 1) decided (decide) to buy a house. They 2) (save up) for ages, and by the end of May they 3) (put by) enough for the deposit on a house. They 4) (live) in a tiny flat at the time and she 5) (want) a house with a big garden. They 6) (search) for only a few days when they found exactly what they 7) (look for) - a two-bedroomed house in nearly an acre of garden. Unfortunately the owner 8) (ask) much more than they 9) (be) willing to pay, and when they 10) (look) more closely at the interior, they 11) (see) that the previous owners 12) (make) an absolute mess of the walls and floors. Still, Fiona 13) (like) the garden and the location so much that she 14) (manage) to convince Tom that, despite the price, it 15) (be) the perfect house for them. II. Last summer some friends and I 1) arranged (arrange) to go camping. We 2) (look) forward to going for weeks when finally the date of departure 3) (arrive). We 4) (load) the car with our luggage and 5) (set off) early in the morning. The weather was perfect, the sun 6) (shine) brightly and the wind 7) (blow) gently. There 8) (not/be) a cloud in the sky! Shortly afterwards, while we 9) (travel) along the motorway, we 10) (notice) that the car 11) (make) a strange noise. Pete, who 12) (drive) very fast, suddenly 13) (stop) the car. Everyone 14) (get out) and 15) (go) round to the back of the car. To our surprise the boot was wide open. Apparently, Philip, who was the last person to load the luggage, 16) (not/close) it properly, and everything 18) (fall out)! III. 1 Bill was painting (paint) his front door when the telephone (start) ringing. He (answer) the phone and (speak) to his friend. Later he (notice) that he (leave) red fingerprints all over the phone. 2 A: " (Tony/ring) you last night?" B: "Yes. He said he (wait) for days for you to phone him but since you (not/phone) he (sell) his motorbike to someone else." 3 A: "Your hair (look) different last night." B: "I know. I (want) to dye it red, but I (not/pay) attention when I (buy) the dye and I (not/realise) until it (be) too late that I (buy) the wrong colour." 4 Last Friday I (walk) to work when I (see) an old friend I (not/see) for a long time. I (throw) my arms around him. He (stare) at me with an open mouth. To my horror I (realise) I (mistake) him for my friend. Fill in the correct future forms. Technology has made such dramatic advances in the past decade that by the year 2050 who knows what changes 1) will have taken (take) place. It is quite likely that by 2050 we 2) (use up) most of the earth's natural resources and so we 3) 2

3 (rely) on wind power and hydropower for our energy needs. As a result of this shortage of energy, it is quite probable that scientists 4) (find) a way for us to live outside the earth. By the next century it's possible that people 5) (live) in cities on the Moon or perhaps in cities on the seabed. It is to be hoped that scientists 6) (discover) cures for fatal diseases such as Aids and, due to the advancement of genetic engineering, hereditary diseases passed down from generation to generation 7) (exist) any longer. It is quite possible that by 2050 life expectancy 8) (increase) to 100. Another area likely to have been further affected by technology in the year 2050 is education. In schools, computers 9) (replace) teachers and many students 10) (stay) at home to complete their education. We 11) (see) changes in the workplace too. The two main areas of employment 12) (be) the so-called creative and caring professions, and the disappearance of jobs in manufacturing 13) (result) in massive unemployment. Fill in "will" or "be going to': 1 A: Why do you need so much sugar? B: I 'm going to make a cake. 2 A: Oh no! I've left my purse at home and I haven't got any money on me! B: Don't worry. I lend you some. 3 A: I don't know how to use this mixer. B: That's OK. I show you. 4 A: Why are all these people gathered here? B: The Prime Minister open the new hospital ward. 5 A: Did you remember to buy the magazine I asked for? B: Sorry, I didn't. I buy it when I go out again. 6 A: What's that on your curtains? B: It's a stain. I take them to the dry cleaner's tomorrow. 7 A: These bags are very heavy. I can't lift them. B: I carry them for you. 8 A: I hear you're going to Leeds University in September. B: Yes, I study French and German. 9 A: Why don't you tidy your room? B: I play football in ten minutes, so I haven't got time. 10 A: How can we get all this home? B: I ask James to come and help. Put the verbs in brackets into a correct tense. A. Last summer I 1) visited (visit) the United States. I 2) (look forward) to the trip for ages, and I 3) (enjoy) myself very much. On the 4th of July a friend 4) (suggest) we go and watch the fireworks. I 5) (see) fireworks before, but I 6) (never/experience) anything like the spectacle we 7) (witness) that night. B. Sarah 1) (leave) school two years ago and for the last year she 2) (look) for a decent job. She 3) (hope) to find work as a secretary but as she 4) (never/do) a secretarial course before, I think she 5) (have) some difficulty in finding such a job. C. A: "Where 1) (you/be) lately? The last time I 2) (see) you was two years ago." 3

4 B: "I 4) (move) to London 18 months ago I 5) (work) as a nurse there since then." A: "Oh really! How 6) (it/go)?" B: "Great! I 7) (enjoy) it very much at the moment, although at first it 8) (be) very hard." D. A: "I 1) (have) a party tonight. Would you like to come?" B: "I'd love to but unfortunately I 2) (already/arrange) to go out for dinner. A: "What 3) (you/do) tomorrow?" B: "Not much. I think a friend 4) (come) to visit me in the morning, but I 5) (not/have) any plans for later in the day. 6) (you/fancy) going for a drive?" E. Peter 1) (drive) to work yesterday when a dog 2) (run) into the middle of the road. Peter 3) (manage) to stop in time but the car which 4) (follow) behind him 5) (crash) into the back of his car. Then the two cars 6) (collide) with a police car which 7) (travel) in the opposite direction. F. Some thieves 1) (break into) my house yesterday. Apparently, I 2) (leave) the window open. This is the first time anything like this 3) (happen) to me. The thieves 4) (get in) through the window and 5) (steal) all my jewellery. None of the neighbours 6) (see) anything happen. G. A: "What 1) (you/do) tonight?" B: "I 2) (study) for my exams." A: "What time 3) (you/finish) studying? B: "I 4) (finish) by 8 o'clock, I hope." A: "Good - let's go to the cinema then. The film 5) (start) at 8.30." H. A: "1) (you/see) "The Cure" concert last night?" B: "No, but I 2) (see) them before. I 3) (go) to one of their concerts five years ago." A: "They 4) (improve) a lot since then." B: "5) (they/still/make) records?" A: "Oh yes, they 6) (just/release) a new one." I. This time next week I 1) (be) on my honeymoon and I 2) (forget) all about my problems at work. My husband and I 3) (relax) by the pool and we 4) (look forward) to spending romantic evenings together. 4

5 ANSWER KEY I. "Well, I 1) have never won (never/win) anything like this before! I 2) have only entered (only/enter) a few competitions in my life so this is a big surprise. Of course, I 3) have been watching (watch) TV quiz shows for years, but now I 4) am thinking of (think) of taking part in more. The prize is wonderful. We 5) have been staying (stay) here in Hawaii for ten days now and we 6) are having (have) a great time. We 7) have already seen (already/see) all the sights and my wife 8) has bought (buy) lots of souvenirs. We 9) have sent (send) postcards to all our friends to show them how we 10) are spending (spend) our time. Yes, we 11) are enjoying (enjoy) ourselves. In fact, we 12) want (want) to stay forever." II. Dear John, First of all, sorry I 1) haven't written (not/write) for so long, but I was on holiday. 2) Have you learnt (you/learn) your exam results yet? I'm sure you 3) have passed (pass) them all since you always 4) study (study) so hard. I 5) am waiting (wait) for mine at the moment and I 6) am trying (try) not to worry! Well, I 7) am writing (write) from my new flat. Yes, I 8) have moved (move) house! Now we 9) are painting (paint) and 10) cleaning (clean) the place to make it look nice. When it's finished, I am going to have a party and because I 11) haven t seen (not/see) you for weeks, so I 12) want (want) you to come. Write soon and let me know if I'll see you there. Love, Mary III. 1 Alan is flying (fly) to Barcelona tonight. He has already packed (already/pack) his suitcase but he hasn t called (not/call) a taxi yet. His plane leaves (leave) at 8 pm. 2 Ann and Sally are (be) flatmates. They sometimes argue (argue) because Sally is always making (always/make) a mess in the kitchen. 3 "Look over there! It's John Cooper." "Oh yes! But he looks (look) so different! He has put on (put on) at least 15 kilos and I think (think) he is wearing (wear) a toupee." 4 Ever since the accident Susan has been (be) afraid to drive. Next week she is seeing (see) a psychologist. 5 "What a great match! Johnson passes (pass) the ball to Green, who shoots (shoot) and scores (score)!" 5

6 6 "What on earth have you been doing (you/do)? Your clothes are all dirty!" "Well, I have been working (work) in the garden all day. Look! I have already planted (already/plant) a lot of flowers. I am planning (plan) to cut the grass now. I. Last year, Tom and Fiona 1) decided (decide) to buy a house. They 2) had been saving (save up) for ages, and by the end of May they 3) had put by (put by) enough for the deposit on a house. They 4) were living (live) in a tiny flat at the time and she 5) wanted (want) a house with a big garden. They 6) had been searching (search) for only a few days when they found exactly what they 7) were looking for (look for) - a two-bedroomed house in nearly an acre of garden. Unfortunately the owner 8) asked (ask) much more than they 9) were (be) willing to pay, and when they 10) looked (look) more closely at the interior, they 11) saw (see) that the previous owners 12) had made (make) an absolute mess of the walls and floors. Still, Fiona 13) liked (like) the garden and the location so much that she 14) managed (manage) to convince Tom that, despite the price, it 15) was (be) the perfect house for them. II. Last summer some friends and I 1) arranged (arrange) to go camping. We 2) had been looking (look) forward to going for weeks when finally the date of departure 3) arrived (arrive). We 4) loaded (load) the car with our luggage and 5)set off (set off) early in the morning. The weather was perfect, the sun 6) was shining (shine) brightly and the wind 7) was blowing (blow) gently. There 8) wasn t (not/be) a cloud in the sky! Shortly afterwards, while we 9) were traveling (travel) along the motorway, we 10) noticed (notice) that the car 11) was making (make) a strange noise. Pete, who 12) was driving (drive) very fast, suddenly 13) stopped (stop) the car. Everyone 14) got out (get out) and 15) went (go) round to the back of the car. To our surprise the boot was wide open. Apparently, Philip, who was the last person to load the luggage, 16) hadn t closed (not/close) it properly, and everything 17) had fallen (fall out)! III. 1 Bill was painting (paint) his front door when the telephone started (start) ringing. He answered (answer) the phone and spoke (speak) to his friend. Later he noticed (notice) that he had left (leave) red fingerprints all over the phone. 2 A: "Did Tony ring (Tony/ring) you last night?" B: "Yes. He said he had been waiting / had waited (wait) for days for you to phone him but since you didn t call (not/phone) he sold (sell) his motorbike to someone else." 3 A: "Your hair looked (look) different last night." 6

7 B: "I know. I wanted (want) to dye it red, but I didn t pay (not/pay) attention when I bought (buy) the dye and I didn t realise (not/realise) until it was (be) too late that I had bought (buy) the wrong colour." 4 Last Friday I was walking (walk) to work when I saw (see) an old friend I hadn t seen (not/see) for a long time. I threw (throw) my arms around him. He stared (stare) at me with an open mouth. To my horror I realised (realise) I had mistaken (mistake) him for my friend. Fill in the correct future forms. Technology has made such dramatic advances in the past decade that by the year 2050 who knows what changes 1) will have taken (take) place. It is quite likely that by 2050 we 2) will have used (use up) most of the earth's natural resources and so we 3) will be relying (rely) on wind power and hydropower for our energy needs. As a result of this shortage of energy, it is quite probable that scientists 4) will have found (find) a way for us to live outside the earth. By the next century it's possible that people 5) will be living (live) in cities on the Moon or perhaps in cities on the seabed. It is to be hoped that scientists 6) will have discovered (discover) cures for fatal diseases such as Aids and, due to the advancement of genetic engineering, hereditary diseases passed down from generation to generation 7) won t exist (exist) any longer. It is quite possible that by 2050 life expectancy 8) will have increased (increase) to 100. Another area likely to have been further affected by technology in the year 2050 is education. In schools, computers 9) will have replaced (replace) teachers and many students 10) will be staying / will stay (stay) at home to complete their education. We 12) will see (see) changes in the workplace too. The two main areas of employment 13) will be (be) the so-called creative and caring professions, and the disappearance of jobs in manufacturing 14) will result (result) in massive unemployment. Fill in "will" or "be going to': 1 A: Why do you need so much sugar? B: I 'm going to make a cake. 2 A: Oh no! I've left my purse at home and I haven't got any money on me! B: Don't worry. I will lend you some. 3 A: I don't know how to use this mixer. B: That's OK. I will show you. 4 A: Why are all these people gathered here? B: The Prime Minister is going to open the new hospital ward. 5 A: Did you remember to buy the magazine I asked for? B: Sorry, I didn't. I will buy it when I go out again. 6 A: What's that on your curtains? B: It's a stain. I am going to take them to the dry cleaner's tomorrow. 7 A: These bags are very heavy. I can't lift them. B: I will carry them for you. 8 A: I hear you're going to Leeds University in September. B: Yes, I am going to study French and German. 9 A: Why don't you tidy your room? B: I am going to play football in ten minutes, so I haven't got time. 10 A: How can we get all this home? B: I will ask James to come and help. 7

8 Put the verbs in brackets into a correct tense. A. Last summer I 1) visited (visit) the United States. I 2) had been looking forward (look forward) to the trip for ages, and I 3) enjoyed (enjoy) myself very much. On the 4th of July a friend 4) suggested (suggest) we go and watch the fireworks. I 5) had seen (see) fireworks before, but I 6) had never experienced (never/experience) anything like the spectacle we 7) witnessed (witness) that night. B. Sarah 1) left (leave) school two years ago and for the last year she 2)has been looking (look) for a decent job. She 3) hopes (hope) to find work as a secretary but as she 4) has never done (never/do) a secretarial course before, I think she 5) will have (have) some difficulty in finding such a job. C. A: "Where 1) have you been (you/be) lately? The last time I 2) saw (see) you was two years ago." B: "I 4) moved (move) to London 18 months ago I 5) have been working (work) as a nurse there since then." A: "Oh really! How 6) is it going (it/go)?" B: "Great! I 7) am enjoying (enjoy) it very much at the moment, although at first it 8) was (be) very hard." D. A: "I 1) am having / am going to have (have) a party tonight. Would you like to come?" B: "I'd love to but unfortunately I 2) have already arranged (already/arrange) to go out for dinner. A: "What 3) are you doing (you/do) tomorrow?" B: "Not much. I think a friend 4) will come (come) to visit me in the morning, but I 5) don t have (not/have) any plans for later in the day. 6) Do you fancy (you/fancy) going for a drive?" E. Peter 1) was driving (drive) to work yesterday when a dog 2) ran (run) into the middle of the road. Peter 3) managed (manage) to stop in time but the car which 4) was following (follow) behind him 5) crashed (crash) into the back of his car. Then the two cars 6) collided (collide) with a police car which 7) was traveling (travel) in the opposite direction. F. Some thieves 1) broke into (break into) my house yesterday. Apparently, I 2) had left (leave) the window open. This is the first time anything like this 3) has happened (happen) to me. The thieves 4) got in (get in) through the window and 5) stole (steal) all my jewellery. None of the neighbours 6) saw (see) anything happen. G. A: "What 1) are you doing (you/do) tonight?" B: "I 2) am studying / am going to study (study) for my exams." A: "What time 3) are you going to finish / will you finish (you/finish) studying? B: "I 4) will have finished (finish) by 8 o'clock, I hope." A: "Good - let's go to the cinema then. The film 5) starts (start) at 8.30." H. A: "1) Did you see (you/see) "The Cure" concert last night?" B: "No, but I 2) have seen (see) them before. I 3) went (go) to one of their concerts five years ago." A: "They 4) have improved (improve) a lot since then." B: "5) Are they still making (they/still/make) records?" A: "Oh yes, they 6) have just released (just/release) a new one." I. This time next week I 1) will be (be) on my honeymoon and I 2) will have forgotten (forget) all about my problems at work. My husband and I 3) will be relaxing (relax) by the pool and we 4) will be looking forward (look forward) to spending romantic evenings together. 8

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