sâmbătă, 28 septembrie 2013
GRAMMARWAY 2 - UNIT 7
Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la UNIT 7 din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa VI intitulat ENGLISH GRAMMAR BOOK – GRAMMARWAY 2, Editura Express Publishing, Autori Jenny Dooney si Virginia Evans, Editia 1998
UNIT 7: Present Perfect Continuous
2. SA: How long has Mary been teaching French?
SB: She has been teaching French since 1990.
3. SA: How long have the robbers been hiding in a farmhouse?
SB: They have been hiding in a farmhouse for a week.
4. SA: How long has Peter been making model planes?
SB: He has been making model planes since 1992.
5. SA: How long has Julie been playing the guitar?
SB: He has been playing the guitar for four years.
6. SA: How long have the children been watching TV?
SB: They have been watching TV for two hours.
2. Has Jim been repairing
3. have been reading
4. Has Ben been swimming
5. has been talking
6. have been writing
7. has not been doing
8. has been staying
9. have been working
10. has been learning
2. My mum has been cooking for three hours.
3. The teams have been playing football for twenty minutes.
4. The headmaster has been speaking for two hours.
5. Bill has been building his house for six months.
6. I have been doing my homework for three hours.
2. SA: Who is/’s your best friend?
SA: How long have you known her?
SB: I’ve known her for ten years.
3. SA: What is/’s your favourite TV programme?
SB: The Travel Show.
SA: How long have you been watching it?
SB: I’ve been watching it for three years.
4. SA: What is/’s your address?
SB: 21, South Grove.
SA: How long have you lived/ been living there?
SB: I have lived/ been living there since I was five years.
5. SA: What is/’s your favourite magazine?
SA: How long have you been reading it?
SB: I have been reading it for two years.
2. has/’s been exercising
3. have/’ve been playing
4. has/’s been working
2. have/ ‘ve been helping
3. has/ ‘s been reading
4. have/ ‘ve been writing
5. have/ ‘ve been training
6. Have you been lifting
7. Has she been studying
8. has/ ‘s been going
2. SA: Have people been listening to the radio since 1824?
SB: No, they haven’t. They’ve been listening to the radio since 1894.
3. SA: Have people been riding bicycles since 1771?
SB: No, they haven’t. They’ve been riding bicycles since 1791.
4. SA: Have people been travelling by plane since 1903?
SB: Yes, they have.
5. SA: Have people been printing books since 1450?
SB: Yes, they have.
6. SA: Have people been using fridges since 1836?
SB: No, they haven’t. They’ve been using fridges since 1856.
7. SA: Have people been using light bulbs since 1868?
SB: No, they haven’t. They’ve been using light bulbs since 1878.
8. SA: Have people been storing food in tins since 1709?
SB: No, they haven’t. They’ve been storing food in tins since 1809.
2. has/’s just gone
3. has/’s been learning
4. have/’ve known
5. has/ ‘s painted
6. has/’s been sleeping
A. 2. have/’ve looked
3. have/’ve already learned
B. 1. have/’ve been learning
2. have/’ve already learned
C. 1. has/’s been
2. has/ ‘s painted
3. has not/ hasn’t started
2. have/’ve finished
3. has/’s just come out
4. have given
5. Have you decided
6. have/’ve been reading
7. have not/ haven’t decided
8. have/’ve recently started
9. have/’ve been studying
10. have/’ve visited
6. How long
8. so far
2. has been
3. still have not/ haven’t finished
4. since you last decorated
5. still have not/ haven’t called
1. I have been looking for him all day. I can’t find him.
2. He has been trying to fix the car all morning.
3. I have bought lots of food this week.
4. I haven’t/ have not brought any shampoo.
5. It has been snowing, but it’s stopped now.
6. How long have they been cleaning the house?
7. I’ve known Lilian for two years.
8. Have you been crying? Your eyes are red.
2. don’t know
3. is cooking
4. has been cooking
5. has been mowing
6. always works
7. is doing
8. has been studying
9. never plays
10. is reading
11. is knitting
12. has been knitting
14. have been sitting
A. 2. are having/ going to have
3. doesn’t know
6. will/ is going to be
B. 1. writes
2. is writing
3. will/ is going to write
C. 1. have had
6. has not/ hasn’t done
2. SA: How long have you been painting pictures?
SB: I’ve been painting pictures since 1993.
SA: How many pictures have you painted so far?
SB: I’ve painted 10 pictures.
3. SA: How long have you been taking photos?
SB: I’ve been taking photos for nine months.
SA: How many photos have you taken so far?
SB: I’ve taken 300 photos.
4. SA: How long have you been climbing mountains?
SB: I’ve been climbing mountains since 1992.
SA: How many mountains have you climbed so far?
SB: I’ve climbed 4 pictures.
5. SA: How long have you been making pots?
SB: I’ve been making pots for six months.
SA: How many pots have you made so far?
SB: I’ve made 40 pots.
6. SA: How long have you been writing books?
SB: I’ve been writing books since 1985.
SA: How many books have you written so far?
SB: I’ve written 4 books.
… painting pictures. She has been painting pictures since 1993. She has painted ten pictures so far. Amanda Price’s hobby is taking photos. She has been taking photos for nine months. She has taken 300 photos so far. Dareen Mason’s hobby is climbing mountains. He has been climbing mountains since 1992. He has climbed four mountains so far. Jim brown’s hobby is making pots. He has been making pots for six months. He has made forty pots so far. Fiona Carson’s hobby is writing books. She has been writing books since 1985. She has written four books so far.