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Intermediate I

EXERCISE 1

Have you ever gone snorkeling?

No, I haven’t , have you?
Yes, I have, did you?
No, I haven’t, haven’t you?

EXERCISE 2

I see you are reading People magazine.

I have just got it a few minutes ago.
I just got it this morning.
I just get it this morning.

EXERCISE 3

Have you met Julia?

No, I don’t believe I have.
No, she knows you.
I’d like you to meet Alice.

EXERCISE 4

How long have you lived in Washington, DC?

Since three years.
For three years.
For three years ago.

EXERCISE 5

Somewhere in the Past is on channel 9.

It’s supposed excellent.
It’s supposed to be excellent.
I suppose is excellent.

EXERCISE 6

We are thinking of going to the Rivera exhibit on Sunday.

Can you join us?
He went already.
We’ve already seen it.

EXERCISE 7

____ language do you speak?

What
Which
Whom

EXERCISE 8

Donna understands English ____ well but her fluency is still limited.

perfection
perfect
perfectly

EXERCISE 9

A: Some of us are getting together Saturday night. Do you want to join us?
B:  I’d like to, but I ____ have to work.

might
must
should

EXERCISE 10

I ____  dinner when the telephone rang.

had
were having
was having

EXERCISE 11

What did you ____ before you came here?

use to doing
used to do
use to do

EXERCISE 12

Do you know ____?

where I can rent a bike
where can I rent a bike
where could I rent

EXERCISE 13

Do you ever get any exercise?

Hardly ever. I ought to exercise more.
Hardly ever. I ought exercise more.
Hardly ever. I must to exercise more.

EXERCISE 14

John is the ____ person I’ve ever met.

busier
busiest
busy

EXERCISE 15

A: I borrowed this book from Laila a month ago.
B: She is in my class. I’ll give ____

it her.
it to her.
it to hers.

EXERCISE 16 - DROP ME A LINE OR GIVE ME A CALL

Where has all this new technology
take taken took us ? And where
will would going to it lead us to in the near future? The idea is that all information systems - from telephones to libraries to publications - will form one huge communications network and
something anyone anything with a computer can travel on this electronic highway. This is all very well.
And Or But the practical result is that there is less and less person-to-person communication
as that than there was in the past. For example, not so long ago, when you called a place of business, a receptionist or a switchboard operator
answer  answered would like to answer.  The receptionist would try to find the person you wanted to talk to or someone who could help you. These days you are connected to a computer-controlled message system. Sometimes it is impossible to speak to a live human; you
can should had better only listen to a recording. E-mail makes written communication
most less more immediate than a phone call. But it’s not a phone call with a warm, human voice at the
other another same end of the line. And it lacks the personal touch of a handwritten note.
Why Do Does progress have to be so impersonal?