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Завдання на весняні канікули. Виконати до 14.04.19

Завдання на весняні канікули. Виконати до 14.04.19

10th form

Complete the sentences in Past Perfect  (affirmative form.)
1.   I lost the key that he (give) to me.
2.   He told me that he (see) the film .
3.   I went outside as I (hear) a noise.
4.   When they came home, Liza (cook) dinner.
5.   We could not send you a postcard because we (lose) your address.
Complete the sentences in Past Perfect  (negative).
1.   The waiter served something that we (not / order) .
2.   He went to the country which he (not / visit) before.
3.   She picked out the red dress, which she (not / wear) for ages.
4.   He (not / swim) in the beach before that day.
5.   His mother was angry because he (not / do) the shopping for her.
Complete the questions in Past Perfect.
1.   (you / finish) your homework before you went to the cinema?
2.   Why (you / not /clean) the bathroom before you took a bath?
3.   (you / have) breakfast before you left the house?
4.   (she / manage) to find a place to stay when she went to London?
5.   Where (she / stay) before she moved to live with her friend?

Put the verbs into the correct form (Past Perfect Continuous).
1.   We (sleep) for 12 hours when he woke us up.
2.   They (wait) at the station for 90 minutes when the train finally arrived.
3.   We (look for) her ring for two hours and then we found it in the bathroom.
4.   I (not / walk) for a long time, when it suddenly began to rain.
5.   How long (learn / she) English before she went to London?
6.   Frank Sinatra caught the flu because he (sing) in the rain too long.
7.   He (drive) less than an hour when he ran out of petrol.
8.   They were very tired in the evening because they (help) on the farm all day.
9.   I (not / work) all day; so I wasn't tired and went to the disco at night.
10.                    They (cycle) all day so their legs were sore in the evening. 

Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense (Past Perfect Simple or Continuous.)

1.   I (try) to get tickets for that play for months before my friend finally got them.

2.   When I arrived at the theater, my friend (pick, already) up the tickets.

3.   He was really angry because he (wait) for more than half an hour when I arrived.

4.   When the play started, I (already, apologize) to my friend.

11th form

Do the exercises:

9th form
    Do tests 5-12
8th form
 Watch the video and make a list of capitals, symbols, saints and flags of all the parts of the UK

7th form

Watch the story and put the sentences in order.

 He helped build a new theatre called The Globe, which opened in 1599.
  Three years later he married Anne Hathaway and they had three children.
  William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, in England.
  He died when he was 52 on 23 April 1616.
  He worked in London as an actor and then started writing plays.
   William left school when he was14 or 15.
  He wrote at least 38 plays, and was rich and famous. 
  Sometime before 1590 he left Stratford and went to London
6th form 
Watch the video and make a list of sights of London

5th form

1) Do ex.2, p.178-179
2) Watch the video and rewise the Past Simple Tense

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5-th form

Watch the video, make a poster "My Family Tree" and prepare an oral report about your family.

6-th form

Watch the video, rewise the names of the shops and services. Answer the questions in the video. Be ready to write a dictation on the words.

7-th form 

 Watch the video, do the tasks in it, write down the text into your vocabularies. Be ready to tell about the rules of healthy living.

8-th form

 Rewise the vocabulary on the topic "Music".Be ready to write a dictation on the words. Write down the text into your vocabularies, translate it.
Music in Our Life
People cannot live without music. They listen to music, dance to music or learn to play musical instruments. There is music everywhere: at home, in a concert hall, in the park, at the seaside, in the forest and even in the street.
Music is not only a combination of pleasant sounds. It is an art which reflects life. Music reflects people's ideas and emotions. In this world of ours, filled with conflicts, tragedies, joys and hopes, music strives to speak to people of what is most important, urgent and poignant.
Music in the lives of different people is different: some compose music, others play music, and others only listen to it. A lot of people who cannot play any musical instrument love to listen to music either at home or at a con-cert. Different people like different kinds of music. You may prefer pop or rock music, country or folk music, classical music or jazz, but you certainly cannot think of a day without music.
As for me, I prefer ... music. I have a lot of cassettes (CDs, records). I try to watch all the programmes dealing with it on TV and to go to the concerts as often as possible. My favourite composer (singer, musician) is... I think he (she) is very talented. I can (not) play an instrument (the piano, the guitar, the violin). It is a great pleasure to be able to play an instrument and I like it a lot.

9-th form


 Watch the videos, make a list of inventions mentioned in the text.

10-th form

Study the rule and do the tests. 


1. Study the rule and do the tests.

 2.Study the rule:
Forms of the Infinitive

As the infinitive has no tense, it does not in itself indicate the time of the action that it refers to. However, it can have aspect, which shows the temporal relationship between the action expressed by the infinitive and the time of the preceding verb. There are four types of infinitive, each of which has an active and passive form:
Active Passive
Simple infinitive (to) write (to) be written
Continuous infinitive (to) be writing (to) be being written
Perfect infinitive (to) have written (to) have been written
Perfect continuous infinitive (to) have been writing (to) have been being written

Simple infinitive

The simple infinitive refers to the same time as that of the preceding verb:
I was glad to see her.
He must be very happy.
I'll arrange a meeting with the manager.
My son's football coach is said to be very strict.

Continuous infinitive

The continuous infinitive refers to the same time as that of the preceding verb and expresses an action in progress or happening over a period of time:
I'm glad to be sitting here.
You must be joking.
This time next week, I'll be lying on the beach in Croatia.
Vincent was reported to be staying in Paris at that time.

Perfect infinitive

The perfect infinitive refers to a time before that of the preceding verb:
I'm glad to have studied at that school.
They must have forgotten about the deadline.
By next week, they'll have finished painting the rooms.
Lucy was assumed to have left the day before.

Perfect continuous infinitive

The perfect continuous infinitive refers to a time before that of the preceding verb and expresses an action in progress or happening over a period of time:
I'm glad to have been living in Barcelona for the last ten years.
He must have been waiting for ages.
Soon, he'll have been running for four hours.
The organisers were thought to have been preparing for days.

Passive infinitives

Passive forms are also possible:
Your composition has to be typed. (passive simple infinitive)
The spy's phone was believed to be being tapped.
(passive continuous infinitive, rarely used)
This sonnet must have been written by Shakespeare.
(passive perfect infinitive)
The picture is believed to have been being painted for years.
(passive perfect continuous infinitive, rarely used)

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Завдання на осінні канікули. Виконати до 27.10.18

5th form

Watch the video and do the test:


1. She is ………………… than her sister.

2. Martha is a ………………….. girl.

3. Supriya is the …………………… girl in the class.

4. Martin speaks English …………………..

5. Russia is the …………………. country in the world.

6. China is a ……………….. country.

7. China is ………………… than India.

8. This is the ………………… book I have ever read.

9. I am …………………. than you.

10. Take the ………………….. of the two routes.

6th form

Make a poster about your family.


7th form

Study new vocabulary on pages 48,49,52,53

 Watch the video 


8th form

Watch the video and do the test:


1. Be careful! That tree fall.
2. Bye! I be back!
3. I'm all dressed up in my new football kit because I play today.
4. I see you sometime this evening.
5. I have dinner with you because I booked a table for two. (-)
6. The President arrive at 6:00pm.
7. I be late tomorrow. (-)
8. Jane have a baby in the summer.
9. Bye for now. Perhaps I see you later.
10. It's hot in here, I think I turn on the a/c.
11. The English test be on June 7th.
12. It was nice to talk to you. I phone you again tomorrow.
13. This summer I stay here. What are you plans?
14. Jim’s tired so he go to bed early tonight.
15. Have you heard the news? Helen move to London.
16. The dinosaurs walk the Earth again in the future. 

9th form

 Watch the videos and do the test:

  1. My friend is good playing volleyball.
  2. She complains bullying.
  3. They are afraid losing the match.
  4. She doesn't feel working on the computer.
  5. We are looking forward going out at the weekend.
  6. Laura dreams living on a small island.
  7. Andrew apologized being late.
  8. I don't agree what you are saying.
  9. The girls insisted going out with Kerry.
  10. Edward thinks climbing trees this afternoon. 

10th form

Study the rule:

Do 4 exercises:

11th form

 Watch the videos and do the test:

Positive Sentences

Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
  1. I (practise) the piano for 30 minutes.
  2. Bob (run) 10 km.
  3. The children (be) on holiday for six days.
  4. The dog (bark) since midnight.
  5. We (miss) the bus twice this week.

Negative Sentences

Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
  1. You (eat / not) up yet.
  2. He (speak / not) on the phone for half an hour, just a couple of minutes.
  3. They (work / not) since 5 o'clock. They just started an hour ago.
  4. We (know / not) them for a long time.
  5. She (hang / not) up all the pictures yet.


Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
  1. How long (wait / she) for us?
  2. How many times (tell / I) you?
  3. How often (clean / you) the windows this year?
  4. How many months (take / you) piano lessons?
  5. (stay / you / ever) in a castle?