A. Choose the correct option
When are you going to go out?
When going out are we?
When do we go out?
I work tomorrow
I don’t working tomorrow
I’m working tomorrow
Did you finish your project?
Have you finished your project?
Have you got finished your project?
Answer: Yes, just now
I am usually having some coffee and toast for my breakfast
I am used to have some coffee and toast for my breakfast
I usually have some coffee and toast for my breakfast
I’m trying to eat a more healthy diet
I try to eat a more healthy diet
I’m trying to eat a healthier diet
He’s never been to New York
He’s never gone to New York
He’s gone often to New York
C. Fill in the appropriate Preposition
I don’t agree at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ you.
Forget at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ it!
Does he still go at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ school ?
… or is he at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ University?
Please look at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ when I’m talking!
Are you listening at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ me?
I’m sorry at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ what I said earlier.
She’s married at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ a doctor, you know.
Can you have
«dinner at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ us next weekend?
That’s a lovely thing at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ say!
I haven’t seen him at/with/to/for/about/in/on/ ages.
I’ll come by your house at/with/to/for/about/in/on/Tuesday.
D. Fill in the gaps
throw away,grew into,sort out,set up,look after,started out,give up
When George set up his own business, everyone told him he was crazy to give up his old job. His friends told him not to throw away his fantastic lifestyle. His business started small, but soon it grew into a large company. Now it’s not an easy company to look after , but George manages to sort out his problems.»