Arbeitsblatt: Repetition Grammar Unit 1

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Inspiration 2 mit Lösungen
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Grammatik
9. Schuljahr
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27.11.2013

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Repetition Grammar Unit 1 1. Whose Who is put the right one into the gap: Jenny has sister. sister is called Penelope. Steve and Tom have black cat. cat is called Mimi. This is my book it is. These are your pens. They are . This is our house it is. cat is this? Its Toms cat called Choochoo. in the classroom? Its the English class 1CD! your boyfriend? My boyfriend is John, he is really cool! These are his horses. They are . books are these? These are Patricias books. 3. Present simple or present continuous? You choose! pencil is on the floor? This is Bobbys pencil. singing Umbrella? Its Rihanna, the singer from Barbados. This is her baby it is. This is Cindy and Tom car it is. 1 Look! It (snow). We are going to have white Christmas. 2 They usually (travel) to the mountains, but this summer they (travel) to the beach. 3 Bob (watch) the news on TV every morning. book is this? Its Anna book called Freedom. classroom is this? Its Miss Kunz classroom. the man with the dog? It my new neighbour Mister Black. cats are these? These are Martina cats. playing the guitar? It Joey he is really good! the girl over there? Its Jenny from Lucerne she is nice. 2. Possessive adjectives and pronouns 4 have to go now. It (get) dark. 5 Online courses (need) lot of selfdiscipline. 6 They (have) great time at today party. 7 Who (he wait) for? guess for his mother. 8 How often (you eat) out? Not very often. Once month. 9 You (look) sad. What the matter? 10 Would you like some chocolate? No, thanks. (hate) chocolate. 11 Dont go. Bob still (want) to talk to you. You have little brother. It is little brother John. We have big classroom. It classroom number 2.6. These are John books. These are books. WHOSE cat is this? Its Toms cat called Choochoo. want to have car. want to have car. WHOS in the classroom? Its the English class 1CD! 12 Who (do) the dishes every day in your house? My sister. 2. Whose Who is put the right one into the gap: WHOS your boyfriend? My boyfriend is John, he is really cool! WHOSE books are these? These are Patricias books. 3 Bob watches (watch) the news on TV every morning. WHOSE pencil is on the floor? This is Bobbys pencil. 4 have to go now. It is WHOS singing Umbrella? Its Rihanna, the singer from Barbados. 5 Online courses need (need) lot of selfdiscipline. WHOSE book is this? Its Anna book called Freedom. 7 Who is WHOSE classroom is this? Its Miss Kunz classroom. WHOS the man with the dog? It my new neighbour Mister Black. WHOSE cats are these? These are Martina cats. 10 Would you like some chocolate? No, thanks. hate (hate) chocolate. WHOS playing the guitar? It Joey he is really good! 11 Dont go. Bob still wants (want) to talk to you. WHOS the girl over there? Its Jenny from Lucerne she is nice. 12 Who does (do) the dishes every day in your house? My sister. 3. Possessive adjectives and pronouns You have little brother. We have big classroom. These are John books. want to have car. Jenny has sister. Steve and Tom have black cat. This is my book it is MINE. These are his horses. They are HIS. It is YOUR little brother John. It OUR classroom number 2.6. These are HIS books. want to have MY car. HIS sister is called Penelope. THEIR cat is called Mimi. These are your pens. They are YOURS. This is our house it is OURS. This is her baby it is HERS. This is Cindy and Tom car it is THEIRS. 3. Present simple or present continuous? You choose! 1 Look! It is snowing (snow). We are going to have white Christmas. 2 They usually travel (travel) to the mountains, but this summer they are 6 They are having travelling (travel) to the beach. getting (get) dark. (have) great time at today party. he waiting (he wait) for? guess for his mother. 8 How often do 9 You are you eat (you eat) out? Not very often. looking (look) sad. What the matter?