A Put the correct form of one of these key verbs in the gaps.
do make play run take
1 Most parents an important part in their
2 You shouldn't exams too seriously. There
are more important things to worry about.
3 The police are enquiries into the theft of my
4 Falling into the river made me feel very cold and
wet, but it didn't me any real harm.
5 You need a certain sort of personality to a
B Put the correct form of one of these key verbs in the gaps.
say speak talk tell
6 I asked my father if I could borrow his car and he
7 Did I ever you the story of how I broke my
8 I'd love to be able Italian. It's such a
9 Apparently George Washington never a lie.
10 There's no point in being shy. You've just got to
C Write the words for these definitions about the body.
11 one of the two passages in your nose that you
12 you kiss with these
13 the back of the lower part of your leg
14 the red liquid that runs through veins round your
15 you bite and chew things with these
16 a closed hand which boxers use to hit each other
17 to open and close both eyes at the same time
18 the front of the lower part of your leg
19 you do this to make food go out of your mouth
into your stomach
20 the narrow part around the middle of your body
D Fill the gaps in these conditional sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets.
21 If it (stop) raining, we'll go out for the
22 I (not tell) you if I'd known you were
going to get so upset.
23 If I won the lottery, I (give) most of
the money away.
24 If you hadn't broken my arm, I (be
able) to play tennis with you tomorrow afternoon.
25 Her eyes get tired if she (wear) her
glasses for too long.
26 I'd go and see the doctor, if I (be) in your position.
27 If I (meet) your parents, I won't tell
them I've seen you.
28 We wouldn't be in this terrible position now if we
(be) more careful with our money.
29 John (get) toothache if he eats ice
30 If we (check) the car before we left,
we probably wouldn't have had the accident.
E Choose the correct word or phrase in these sentences.
31 You'll be late unless I provided that you leave now.
32 I'll give you a lift in my car as long as I unless you
33 If / unless you don't stop drinking you're going to
make yourself ill.
34 I'm sure we'll have a good holiday, provided that I
unless the weather's good.
35 If / unless you tell me what's wrong, I can't help
F Fill the gaps in the following sentences with a suitable preposition.
36 Every time I drink milk I get a headache -1 think I
must be allergic it.
37 Hi! How are you? I haven't seen you ages.
38 Can't we watch something else? I'm not very keen
39 I don't know about you, but my point of
view this is the best thing that could have happened.
40 general I prefer French food to English.
8 to speak
11 a nostril
22 would not have told / wouldn’t have told
23 I ‘ d give
24 I would be able
28 had been
30 had checked
32 as long as
34 provided that
37 for ( in )