1 a. Nice to meet you.
b. We will meet again later on.
c. I am going to learn many new words.
d. I hope you will enjoy reading about the pupils in class six.
e. I will tell about myself later.
f. You will meet a lot of interesting people.
g. English is spoken all over the world.
h. You will be able to speak a lot of English.
1 a. My bike is red.
b. Which colour is yours?
c. I take my bike and you take yours.
d. Are these your socks?
e. No, they are not mine.
f. They are hers.
g. Her socks are wet.
h. This is our house.
i. Your house is bigger than ours.
j. But our house is bigger than theirs.
1 a. I am twelve years old.
b. My name is Peter.
c. My cat is very old.
d. Our teacher is not old.
e. She is older than I.
f. My father is a teacher.
g. He is in Scotland.
h. The boys are home.
i. Mandy and Alex were in England last summer.
j. David wasn’t in school yesterday.
k. Were you sick yesterday?
l. Are you tired?
m. The dogs were tired this morning.
n. Where is my book?
o. It was cold yesterday.
p. It was fun at the Music lesson.
q. You weren’t at home when we came.
r. They were too busy to speak to us.
a. are e. was h. is
b. was f. Were i. is
c. were g. was j. are
1 a. some g. Someone
b. any h. anyone
c. some i. any
d. any j. any
e. something k. some f. anything l. anything
1 a. How e. What i. What
b. Why f. Where j. Which
c. Who g. Whose k. When
d. When h. When l. Why
5 a I am e. I have h. cannot b. You are f. He has i. are not
c. She is g. do not j. cannot
d. They are
6 a. isn’t e. It’s h. couldn’t
b. didn’t f. We’re i. doesn’t
c. He’s g. That’s j. isn’t
1 a. The match started at seven o’clock.
b. The children watched too much TV.
c. The boy opened the window.
d. It rained last week.
e. I played the piano yesterday.
f. My uncle lived in Paris.
g. The singer dressed for the show.
h. I helped my mother in the garage.
1 a. bed c. convicts e. spoon
b. dustbin d. meat
3 [-d] [-t] [-d]
played liked wanted
washed talked pointed
rained helped shouted
opened looked painted
smiled stopped nodded
listened walked waited
1 A 7 B 6 C 1 D 8 E F 5 G 10 H I 9 J 4
b. drunk c cost d. done e. cut
1 a. slow fast
b. old young
c. full empty
d. cold warm/hot
e. late early
f. black white
g. right wrong/left
h. thin thick
i. wet dry
j. sunny rainy
k. north south
l. tall short
m. winter summer
n. spring autumn
o. boy girl
p. left right
q. man woman
r. strong weak
s. ugly beautiful
t. always never
u. love hate
v. buy sell
4 a. Yesterday I drove my new car.
b. I have only driven ten kilometres.
c. I have eaten too much ice cream.
d. I don’t feel well.
e. Before I ate the ice cream I felt fine.
f. The cat fell from the balcony.
g. He/she is fine.
h. Has your cat ever fallen from the balcony?
i. He has found his watch.
j. He found it in his bag.
a. I haven’t forgotten my sister’s birthday.
b. I have given her a book.
c. She has got many presents.
d. Now she has gone to France.
e. She has flown to Paris.
a. I heard the bell.
b. I kept the record.
c. I knew her before.
d. She held my hand.
e. He kept quiet.
f. We had some English lessons today.
g. The old man heard the birds singing.
h. We had breakfast this morning.
i. The girls knew what to do.
j. The pupils held up their hands.
a. The cat ran after the mouse.
b. I read an exciting book yesterday.
c. I bought it at the airport.
d. Mum said that she wanted to go to the cinema.
e. She paid for the tickets.
f. Then she put them in her pocket.
g. Have you heard the latest news?
h. Did you drive here?
i. No, I went by train.
j. Who cooked dinner yesterday?
Regelbundna verb Oregelbundna verb
4 Exempel på avslutningar:
a. The Carters had dinner at an Indian restaurant.
b. Indian food can be a little too strong for small children.
c. Dad ordered the strongest dish.
d. Everyone enjoyed their meal very much.
e. But Dad didn’t say much.
f. He drank glass after glass of ice cold water.
g. Dad thought the food was too hot.
h. David said that Dad would need a fire extinguisher.
i. They all got some cooling Indian ice cream.
j. They would definitely eat at the restaurant another evening.
a. Yesterday I spoke with a friend.
b. I have never spoken with Queen Elizabeth.
c. Did you spend your holiday in Wales?
d. No, I spent it in Scotland.
e. Have you ever swum 400 meters?
f. No, but last summer I swam 00 m.
g. Have you taken my pencil?
h. Yes, I took it because I couldn’t find my own.
1 Positiv Komparativ Superlativ
bad worse the worst
great greater the greatest
fine finer the finest
dry drier the driest
early earlier the earliest
tall taller the tallest
beautiful more beautiful the most beautiful interesting more interesting the most interesting
hot hotter the hottest
old older the oldest
strong stronger the strongest
famous more famous the most famous
clever cleverer the cleverest
fat fatter the fattest
nice nicer the nicest
sad sadder the saddest
pretty prettier the prettiest
long longer the longest
a. The weather is bad today and tomorrow it is going to be worse.
b. This was the most interesting book I have ever read.
c. The black horse is more beautiful than the white one.
d. Today it is warmer than yesterday.
e. Victoria is the most famous princess.
f. Can you come a little earlier tomorrow?
g. My cat is sweeter than yours.
h. Your cat is fatter than mine.
i. John is the smartest boy in the whole class.
j. I think your jacket is nicer than mine.
k. Are you taller than me?
l. No, but I am stronger.
1 a. You are from France, aren’t you?
b. You’re not from France, are you?
c. The girls went to the cinema, didn’t they?
d. I have been here before, haven’t I?
e. I hadn’t paid, had I?
f. Prince Charles won’t be there, will he?
g. My brothers will be there, won’t they?
h. You have a new sweater, haven’t you?
i. You like your new bicycle, don’t you?
j. Zlatan plays football, doesn’t he?
k. You have never eaten mushrooms before, have you?
l. It’s nice there, isn’t it?
a. He is fixing the car.
b. The exhaust pipe is leaking.
c. So that her clothes will not get dirty.
d. Vauxhall is made in Britain.
e. It is a tool with which you can lift the car.
f. They need to take off the rear wheel.
g. A wrench is a tool which helps you get a good grip of things, for example nuts and bolts.
h. The old one is corroded and the new one isn’t.
3 infinitiv preteritum supinum
buy bought bought
think thought thought
make made made
put put put
open opened opened
remove removed removed
help helped helped
a. can’t he? f. have you?
b. does she? g. are you?
c. do you? h. didn’t they?
d. doesn’t she? i. haven’t you?
e. won’t they? j. isn’t it?
a. Look at the bird in the big tree.
b. Can the pig see the bird at the zoo?
c. Do you like fish and chips?
d. Please, give me my jeans.
e. Today I must buy a toy for my friend.
1 a. Do you like tomatoes?
b. Does he play the piano?
c. Did you buy a new jacket yesterday?
d. Does your friend play a lot on the computer?
e. Did he drive the new car to school last week?
f. Do I know you?
g. Did you have breakfast this morning?
h. Did you get up early?
i. Do you like going to school?
j. Does it rain a lot in the Himalayas?
k. Do Bob and Johan like skiing?
l. Did you see the match last night?
m. Does your sister live at home?
n. Do you speak German?
a. No, he caught a dog.
b. No, I bought a dvd.
c. No, she came home late.
d. No, they ate just a little.
e. No, I just felt happy.
f. No, he only drove a bit.
g. No, Amanda fed the animals.
h. No, they drank a lot of milk.
i. No, they left the party at ten o’clock.
4 a. I don’t like holidays.
b. Joseph doesn’t go to school every day.
c. We don’t like to go swimming.
d. Lisa doesn’t eat a lot of fruit.
e. I didn’t choose the TV-program last night.
f. Joseph didn’t break the window.
g. I didn’t go to Denmark last weekend.
h. My classroom doesn’t look nice.
i. I am not very intelligent.
j. They don’t read a lot of books in the evenings.
k. It doesn’t rain a lot in England.
l. You don’t speak many languages.
m. Peter didn’t work a lot.
n. The teacher didn’t eat an apple.
o. The dog didn’t bite the postman.
1 a. It’s 16.
b. The king’s name is Fredrik VII Adolf
c. The king lives in the royal castle in Stockholm.
d. The king has one sister and one brother.
e. The oldest son emigrated to America.
f. Sweden, that is me.
a. Is this your bike?
b. Are those shoes new?
c. Look at that man!
d. This is my first visit in London.
e. How many of these children can speak English?
f. I can take these books and you can take those.
g. That boy is from China.
h. Please, give me that bread.
i. Are these trousers really yours?
j. Is that your first tooth?
1 a. Lisa lives at a boarding school in Tanzania.
b. Her father works as a doctor.
c. An adult sleeps in the house every night.
d. Lisa is writing a letter to her parents.
e. She always writes letters during the lunch break.
f. They go home every Sunday.
g. What are you doing?
h. I am cooking dinner for my cousins.
i. John is sitting on the sofa and is reading the newspaper.
j. He always reads the newspaper in the morning.
k. Johanna always watches TV in the evening, but this evening she is playing tennis.
l. Eric is playing on his computer, but he usually has dinner at this time.
a. Lisa lives in Tanzania because her parents work there.
b. She has to go to a boarding school because there is no school near where her family lives.
c. They go home every fourth weekend.
d. Eget svar.
e. It is too hot during the breaks.
f. It is always shady in the trees.
g. Eget svar.
h. Eget svar.
1 a. The African elephant is bigger than the Indian elephant.
It has larger ears and also has two “fingers” on its trunk instead of one. It is also much more difficult to tame an African elephant.
b. When the leopard is in the tree it gets away from the flies on the ground.
c. The tongue can be over 40 centimetres long.
d. When the hippo tries to float it sinks to the bottom because it is too heavy.
e. The hyena sounds like as if it is laughing when it is attacked.
f. The cheetah is the fastest runner in the world.
a. The hippopotamus is the most dangerous animal which lives in Africa.
b. The cheetah is the fastest animal (which lives) in the world.
c. I share a room with Sara, who is the same age as me.
d. We learn the same things as children who go to school in Sweden.
e. There is a big elephant (which is) walking over there.
f. The elephant is the biggest animal which lives on land.
g. What did you think about the book, which I gave you?
h. Lisa goes to Nzega, which is situated in Tanzania.
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E P H A N T
Z B R A
R I N O C E R O S H
I P P O
E T A H H C
C O R C
D I L E
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F A R
1 a. David Livingstone discovered the lake of Ngami and Victoria Falls.
b. Dr Livingstone I presume?
c. He had been missing for five years.
d. They observed animals and followed their tracks.
e. He wanted to find the source of the Nile River.
f. He died at the age of 60.
a. Victoria came to Sweden on December 4th.
b. It was on a Wednesday.
c. In 16, there was a big battle at Lützen.
d. I have to go to bed at ten o’clock in the evening.
e. School always starts at eight o’clock in the morning.
f. School starts again in January.
g. See you at half past nine.
h. The children have summer holiday in July.
i. We are also free from school on May 1st.
j. He was born on June rd.
1 Stig av vid Canary Wharf-stationen och fortsätt därifrån till fots tills du kommer till en liten rund tegelbyggnad. Inuti hittar du en spiraltrappa som leder dig under jorden. Fortsätt tills du kommer till gångtunneln. Denna tunnel, som byggdes för över 100 år sedan, är omkring ,5 meter i diameter och går rakt under Themsen till Greenwich på södra stranden.
Den byggdes för att varvsarbetarna skulle kunna komma till arbetet enkelt och billigt.
1 The following week everybody was busy setting up at the Base Camp. Tents were put up, food was stored and ice was melted so that they had water to take with them. Once ready, the climb began starting with short walks around the camp in the surrounding area. They then started carrying small loads of equipment up to the next camp.
One of the climbers explained:
”At this altitude it was almost impossible to sleep and you could totally loose your appetite. Anything you ate could make you feel a bit sick. In addition, strong winds shook the tent violently and drifting snow threatened to bury it. It was so cold that if you lost a glove even for a minute, you would get frostbitten. You also had to be really careful when climbing as the thin air made you feel light-headed, tired and apathetic.
4 a. It is very cold on Mount Everest, isn’t it?
b. It snowed heavily, didn’t it?
c. They were 16 climbers, weren’t they?
d. You can´t climb the mountain easily, can you?
e. It must be very hard, mustn’t it?
f. She is not very strong, is she?
g. You don’t think it is necessary, do you?
h. Your father doesn’t like it, does he?