Affirmative and negative sentence I. Affirmative and negative sentence. Task 1 - Complete the sentences with the correct form of to be.

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Task 1 - Complete the sentences with the correct form of “have got”.

1) My mother ____________ a watch. 2) You ____________ an umbrella. 3) Jeff ____________ an MP3 player. 4) I ____________ dog.

5) Mr and Mrs Tomlin ____________ a car. 6) We ____________ a parrot.

7) Agnes ____________ a hamster. 8) I ____________ a spider.

9) Mr Tidwell ____________ a DVD player. 10) Victor and you ____________ a computer. Task 1 - Complete the sentences with the

correct form of “to be”. 1) I ________ your new teacher. 2) Molly ________ my friend.

3) Larry and Tom ________ brothers. 4) We ________ from Hong Kong. 5) Sarah and you ________ friendly. 6) The Smiths ________ at the shops. 7) Chris ________ my uncle.

8) This ________ my favourite game. 9) Her name ________ Lilly.

10) You ________ a pupil.

Task 2 – Rewrite the sentence into a negative sentence.

1) I am fine.

________________________________ 2) These are my father’s books.

________________________________ 3) You are a nice boy.

________________________________ 4) Mrs Rhodes is our teacher.

________________________________ 5) There are six birds here.

________________________________ 6) Mr Richardson is my grandpa.

________________________________ 7) My first name is Mariah.

________________________________ 8) We are at home.

________________________________ 9) They are from Italy.

________________________________ 10) I am twelve today.

________________________________

Task 2 – Rewrite the sentence into a negative sentence.

1) I have got a mobile phone.

________________________________ 2) Terri has got a mug.

________________________________ 3) Mr Weber has got sixteen students. ________________________________ 4) You have got a badge.

________________________________ 5) Darlene and Ben have got a new teacher. ________________________________ 6) We have got a cat.

________________________________ 7) Daniel has got a radio.

________________________________ 8) My father has got two brothers.

________________________________ 9) The child has got a bike.

________________________________ 10) Grandma and grandpa have got a television. ________________________________ Forming the verb to be in Present Simple

Affirmative and negative sentence

I am / ‘mam not at home. in hospital. on holiday. in London. … He is / ‘s is not isn’t She It

You are / ‘re

We are not

They aren’t

Forming the verb “have got” in Present Simple.

Affirmative and negative sentence

I You We They

have / ‘ve have not / haven’t

got a book. a pen. an ice-cream. a brother. an umbrella. a mother. a brother. He She It has / ‘s has not / hasn’t

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Task 3 - Change the following sentences into interrogative then give short answers according to the sign.

1) My aunt’s surname is Horner. N

________________________________ ________________________________ 2) Ms Peabody is married. Y

________________________________ ________________________________ 3) There is an orange in your bag. N

________________________________ ________________________________ 4) Her middle name is Clark. Y

________________________________ ________________________________ 5) These are my pens and pencils. Y

________________________________ ________________________________ 6) You are tired. Y

________________________________ ________________________________ 7) Linda is in the kitchen. N

________________________________ ________________________________ 8) Fluffy is a great dog. N

________________________________ ________________________________ 9) My exercise book is in my bag. Y

________________________________ ________________________________ 10) Tim and Kim are at school. N

________________________________ ________________________________

Task 3 - Change the following sentences into interrogative then give short answers according to the sign.

1) Martin has got a rat. Y

________________________________ ________________________________ 2) Adam and Henry have got six fish. N ________________________________ ________________________________ 3) I have got twenty books. N

________________________________ ________________________________ 4) Mr Taylor has got thirty-four DVDs. Y ________________________________ ________________________________ 5) You have got three budgies. N

________________________________ ________________________________ 6) Danny has got a new CD player. Y

________________________________ ________________________________ 7) My uncle and aunt have got two sons. N ________________________________ ________________________________ 8) Martha has got birthday today. Y

________________________________ ________________________________ 9) I have got a toothbrush. Y

________________________________ ________________________________ 10) Her cousin has got an apple. N

________________________________ ________________________________

Interrogative sentence

(Where) (Who) (What) (Why)… Am I at home? in hospital? on holiday? in London? … he Is she it you Are we they Short answer:

 Is Mr Smith at home? Yes, he is.

 Are Tim and Peter in the library? No, they aren’t.

Interrogative sentence

(What) (Who) (Where) Have I you we they got a book? a pen? an ice-cream? a brother? an umbrella? a mother? a brother? Has shehe it Short answer:

 Has Mr Smith got a pet? Yes, he has.

 Have Tim and Peter got a blue car? No, they haven’t.

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Task 4 – Rewrite the sentences using the short forms of the verbs.

1) We are eleven today.

________________________________ 2) She is not my sister.

________________________________ 3) I am happy.

________________________________ 4) You are from the USA.

________________________________ 5) There are not two bags in the picture. ________________________________ 6) That is a book.

________________________________ 7) These are not our photos.

________________________________ 8) Peter is my brother. ________________________________ 9) I am not a pupil. ________________________________ 10) Mother is not 34. ________________________________

Task 4 – Rewrite the sentences using the short forms of the verbs.

1) We have got a big house.

________________________________ 2) My sister has got a guinea pig.

________________________________ 3) Her daughter has got a pink box.

________________________________ 4) You have not got a photo.

________________________________ 5) Samantha has got a new friend.

________________________________ 6) I have not got a pen.

________________________________ 7) You have got a son.

________________________________ 8) Willy has not got a brother.

________________________________ 9) Your grandpa has got three radios.

________________________________ 10) The Coltons have not got a horse.

________________________________ Task 5 – Ask questions about the

underlined words.

1) Loretta has got a rabbit.

________________________________ 2) I have got a car in the garage.

________________________________ 3) We have got a house.

________________________________ 4) His mother has got a red car.

________________________________ 5) Tim has got eight DVDs.

________________________________ 6) They have got English on Monday.

________________________________ 7) Sally’s parents have got a shop.

________________________________ 8) You have got karate training twice a week. ________________________________ 9) Billy has got a watch from his grandparents. ________________________________ 10) We have got ten balloons for your party. ________________________________ Task 5 – Ask questions about the

underlined words. 1) We are in the bed.

________________________________ 2) That is a camera.

________________________________ 3) His name is Edward.

________________________________ 4) This is my daughter. ________________________________ 5) I am from Austria. ________________________________ 6) Sarah is 11. ________________________________ 7) Frank and Milo are in the garden.

________________________________ 8) Leslie is happy today.

________________________________ 9) My toothbrush is blue.

________________________________ 10) The ball is small.

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SOLUTION

To be

Task 1 1) am 2) is 3) are 4) are 5) are 6) are 7) is 8) is 9) is 10) are Task 2 1) I am not fine.

2) These are not / aren’t my father’s books. 3) You are not / aren’t a nice boy.

4) Mrs Rhodes is not / isn’t our teacher. 5) There are not / aren’t six birds here. 6) Mr Richardson is not / isn’t my grandpa. 7) My first name is not / isn’t Mariah. 8) We are not / aren’t at home. 9) They are not / aren’t from Italy. 10) I am not twelve today.

Task 3

1) Is my aunt’s surname Horner? No, it isn’t. 2) Is Ms Peabody married? Yes, she is.

3) Is there an orange in your bag? No, there isn’t. 4) Is her middle name Clark? Yes, it is.

5) Are these my pens and pencils? Yes, they are. 6) Are you tired? Yes, you are / I am.

7) Is Linda in the kitchen? No, she isn’t. 8) Is Fluffy a great dog? No, it isn’t. 9) Is my exercise book in my bag? Yes, it is. 10)Are Tim and Kim at school? No, they aren’t

Task 4

1) We’re eleven today. 2) She isn’t my sister. 3) I’m happy.

4) You’re from the USA.

5) There aren’t two bags in the picture. 6) That’s a book.

7) These aren’t our photos. 8) Peter’s my brother. 9) I’m not a pupil. 10) Mother isn’t 34.

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Task 5

1) Where are we / you? 2) What is that? 3) What’s his name? 4) Whose daughter is this? 5) Where am I / are you from? 6) How old is Sarah?

7) Who is in the garden? 8) When is Leslie happy?

9) What colour is my toothbrush? 10) What is small?

Have got

Task 1 1) has got 2) have got 3) has got 4) have got 5) have got 6) have got 7) has got 8) have got 9) has got 10) have got Task 2

1) I have not /haven’t got a mobile phone. 2) Terri has not / hasn’t got a mug.

3) Mr Weber has not / hasn’t got sixteen students. 4) You have not /haven’t got a badge.

5) Darlene and Ben have not /haven’t got a new teacher. 6) We have not /haven’t got a cat.

7) Daniel has not / hasn’t got a radio.

8) My father has not / hasn’t got two brothers. 9) The child has not / hasn’t got a bike.

10) Grandma and grandpa have not /haven’t got a television.

Task 3

1) Has Martin got a rat? Yes, he has.

2) Have Adam and Henry got six fish? No, they haven’t. 3) Have I / you got twenty books? No, I / you haven’t. 4) Has Mr Taylor got thirty-four DVDs? Yes, he has. 5) Have you got three budgies? No, you / I haven’t. 6) Has Danny got a new CD player? Yes, he has.

7) Have my uncle and aunt got two sons? No, they haven’t. 8) Has Martha got birthday today? Yes, she has.

9) Have I got a toothbrush? Yes, I / you have. 10) Has her cousin got an apple? No, s/he hasn’t.

Task 4

1) We’ve got a big house. 2) My sister’s got a guinea pig. 3) Her daughter’s got a pink box. 4) You haven’t got a photo.

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5) Samantha’s got a new friend. 6) I haven’t got a pen.

7) You’ve got a son.

8) Willy hasn’t got a brother. 9) Your grandpa’s got three radios. 10) The Coltons haven’t got a horse.

Task 5

1) What has Loretta got?

2) Where have I / you got a car? 3) Who has got a house?

4) What colour car has his mother got? 5) How many DVDs has Tim got? 6) When have they got English? 7) Whose parents have got a shop?

8) How often / How many times have you got karate training? 9) Who has Billy got a watch from?

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