Accessed on Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 07:21:52 AM [GMT +0900]
       

 

Grammar check: Using conditionals with "if" and "when"

Match the two parts of each sentence. (5 points)

 

     

1. I'll be worried                                a. if you forget to do your
                                                                                                                 homework?

2. When the class is too long          b. I'll be very disappointed.

3. How will the teacher feel            c. if my dog doesn't come
                                                                              home.

4. If my friend doesn't call me,      d. give me a call.

5. If you feel lonely tonight,            e. when I speak English.

6. I get very excited                           f. I get bored.

 


Vocabulary check: Feelings

Look at the situation. Write how you would feel. The word must fit in the spaces. (10 points)

1. You are going to see a friend you haven't seen in a few years.
(exc_ _ _ _ )

2. You see your boyfriend or girlfriend with someone else.
(jea_ _ _ _)

3. You don't have anything to do.
(bo_ _ _)

4. You have tried to put something together many times, but you can't.
(fr_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ )

5. You did something you shouldn't have done.
(ash _ _ _ _ )

6. You are home alone when you hear a strange noise outside the window.
(sc _ _ _ _ )

7. You have an important test tomorrow.
(ner _ _ _ _ )

8. You lost your job and your boyfriend or girlfriend broke up with you.
(de_ _ _ _ _ _ _ )

9. Your brother borrowed your new camera without asking and lost it.
(an _ _ _ )

10. You see someone you went to school with, but you can't remember his or her name.
(emb_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ )

11. You have been working every day for three weeks with no days off.
(ex_ _ _ _ _ _ _ )