Choose the best pronoun from the menu and write the missing word in the space. Follow the example.

Example: The place people go when they want to travel by plane is an .
1. A is a person doesn’t eat meat.
2. The day on you celebrate the day you were born is your .
3. The object in you put your clothes when you travel is a .
4. A is a shop you can buy medicines.
5. A is a document you have to have if you want to drive a car.
6. The thing with wheels you put your shopping when you go to a supermarket is a .
7. The person job it is to protect famous people (like politicians, actors, sports personalities etc) is a .
8. What do you call the person stands in front of the orchestra? .
9. What’s the name of the machine in your kitchen cooks or heats food very quickly.
10. What’s the name of the place in the street you wait for the bus? .
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Pronunciation – Past Regular Verbs

To make the past form of regular verbs, add –ed. Here are the pronunciation rules:

Write the past tense of the following verbs and put them into the group that has the same pronunciation of ‘ed’. Follow the examples.

 

start

 

happen

 

need

 

escape

laugh

 

hope

 

call

 

phone

wait

 

carry

 

want

 

arrive

contact

 

relax

 

stop

 

end

repeat

 

like

 

travel

 

listen

study

 

watch

 

dance

 

rent

hate

     

live

 

kiss


/t/   /d/   /Id/
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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Write the word which fits each description.

1. You use these when you listen to music and when you hear people speaking, for example.
2. This is inside your head and you use it to think with.
3. These are in your mouth and you use them to bite and chew food.
4. Giraffes have very long ones.
5. Thin pieces of skin that cover your eyes when you close them.
6. You use these to smile and kiss someone with.
7. You have ten of these on your feet.
8. On your hands, you have eight and two .
9. This is in your mouth and you taste food with it.
10. An organ inside you which pumps blood around your body.
11. These two joints connect your feet to your legs.
12. These two joints are in the middle of your legs.
13. These two joints are in the middle of your arms.
14. These two joints connect your hands to your arms. The part of your body where you would wear a watch.
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Change the word in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the space. You may have to make two changes to the 'root' word.
 

Example: definite - (in)definite(ly)

1. It’s getting harder to find good service these days.

INCREASE
2. Although there were a lot of players in the team, they beat last year’s champions.
EXPERIENCE
3. The 110 metre race has been to 100 metres.
SHORT
4. We take full for any inconvenience experienced by our customers.
RESPONSE
5. Don’t try to get her to change her mind. She’s very stubborn and it’s extremely you’ll convince her.
LIKE
6. I just want to say how I am for all your support at this difficult moment.
GRATITUDE
7. Jogging is a relatively sport to take up. You only need a good pair of trainers.
EXPENSE
8. The sound of the crowd cheering was when they scored the winning goal.
DEAF
9. This knife needs . I can’t cut anything with it.
SHARP
10. My ex-girlfriend and I were both invited to the same party, so me meeting her was .
AVOID
11. My parents’ opposition my determination to succeed.
STRONG
12. The hat and sunglasses made her almost .
RECOGNISE
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