Resitve-ts 4/dz

1 was 2 used 3 was 4 was 5 knifed 6 murdered 7 stole 8 became
9 was 10 was 11 became 12 became 13 wanted 14 caught
15 escaped 16 shot
Exercise 9
1 lived 2 loved 3 met 4 fell 5 decided 6 found out 7 became
8 didn't want 9 thought 10 called 11 said 12 heard 13 went 14 told
15 met 16 walked 17 picked 18 put 19 swallowed 20 said
21 knew 22 could not / couldn't 23 married
1 settlers 2 native 3 states 4 names 5 Indians 6 lakes 7 different
2 washing 3 getting 4 putting 5 shopping 6 crying 7 lying 8 skiing
8 languages
9 doing 10 riding 11 using 12 swimming 13 travelling 14 sitting
1 kissed 2 fell 3 took 4 became 5 went 6 put 7 called 8 had
1 Was she having her lunch? She wasn't having her lunch.
9 ate 10 thought 11 happened 12 was, were 13 said 14 told
2 They were studying. They weren't studying.
15 could 16 had to 17 knew 18 travelled
3 It was raining. Was it raining?
4 Was he sailing west? He wasn't sailing west.
5 He was reading a comic. He wasn't reading a comic.
1 Did they trade with India? They didn't trade with India.
6 They were standing in the queue. Were they standing in the queue?
2 The journey was very long. The journey wasn't very long.
3 He knew that America was in the way. Did he know that America
4 Columbus found America by chance. Columbus didn't find America
2 Tracy was skiing in the mountains. 3 Angela and Martin were
having a shower. 4 Joe was washing the car. 5 Mr Whitney was
5 Did he think he was in India? He didn't think he was in India.
watering the garden. 6 Nick and Gary were driving home. 7 Mrs
6 Columbus was right. Was Columbus right?
King was doing the shopping. 8 Jenny was eating.
2 Europeans / They didn't travel to India by air. 3 The journey overland
1 Mrs Black was using the hairdrier when the lights went out.
/ It wasn't very short and comfortable. 4 Columbus didn't know that
2 I was standing on a desk and shouting when the teacher arrived
the Earth was round. 5 He didn't sail east, around Africa. 6 He didn't
reach America in 1592. 7 He didn't know he was in America.
3 Judy was having a shower when the phone rang.
8 European settlers / They didn't come to America to help Indians
4 We were swimming in the lake when we saw a forest fire.
farm their land. 9 The white settlers and the Indians / They didn't like
5 Bill was skiing when he fell and broke his leg.
6 My sister was doing the dusting when she broke the vase.
7 I was climbing a tree when I saw a snake.
8 My mum was cleaning out drawers when she found an old diary.
9 They were driving along a quiet country road when they saw a UFO.
(Moæni odgovori)
1 but they didn't (eat potatoes / them). 2 but they didn't use them /
10 Mrs (X) was doing the shopping when a fire broke out.
didn't have to use them. 3 but they didn't need passports / them.
4 but they had enough fresh air / enough of it. 5 but they didn't have
them / any (hospitals). 6 but at that time there were no dentists /
1 got; prepared / was preparing 2 cut 3 woke up; was raining
there weren't any (dentists). 7 but they couldn't take photos / them.
4 lost 5 was having; came 6 was climbing; saw 7 crashed
8 but most of them did / but most of them lived in the country. 9 but
they didn’t use them / but they didn't have any (washing machines) /
but they had to wash their clothes by hand / but they washed their clothes by hand. 10 but they did / but they ate healthy food / but they
1 the doorbell rang. 2 We were playing in the park 3 a bicycle ran
could eat healthy food. 11 but they didn't (live in skyscrapers) / but
into her and knocked her down. 4 Judy and her friends were having
they lived in (small) country cottages. 12 but they couldn't / didn't
a (wild) party 5 he smelt something burning. 6 I was doing the
2 Did Primoæ Trubar write 'Abecednik'? - Yes, he did.
1 catch-caught-caught 2 come-came-come 3 read-read-read
3 Did Hannibal take elephants across the Alps? - Yes, he did.
4 break-broke-broken 5 take-took-taken 6 make-made-made
4 Did people in the Middle Ages play basketball? - No, they didn't.
7 say-said-said 8 get-got-got 9 write-wrote-written 10 buy-bought-
5 Were they happier? - Yes, they were. / No, they weren't.
bought 11 put-put-put 12 have-had-had 13 am/is/are-was/were-
6 Did they live longer? - No, they didn't.
been 14 do-did-done 15 drink-drank-drunk
7 Did they read newspapers? - No, they didn't.
Exercise 17
1 Has she taken the rubbish out? She hasn't taken the rubbish out.
2 What did van Gogh cut off? 3 How did Hannibal cross the Alps?
2 They have cleaned their shoes. They haven't cleaned their shoes.
4 Who discovered penicillin? 5 Where did Trubar publish his first
3 We have locked the door. Have you / we locked the door?
book? 6 When did Armstrong land on the moon? 7 How did people
4 Have they bought a new car? They haven't bought a new car.
in the Middle Ages travel? 8 Why did Columbus sail west? 9 What
5 He has cut himself. He hasn't cut himself.
was the journey overland like? 10 How long did the Thirty Years' War
6 She has had breakfast. Has she had breakfast?
last? 11 Who knew France Preπeren? (= Kdo je poznal F. Preπerna?)
/ Who did Matija »op know? (= Koga je poznal Matija »op?)
6 They speak Italian. Do they speak Italian?
1 The girl / She has made the beds. 2 The boy / He has washed the
7 They are from Australia. They're not from Australia.
car. 3 He has knocked him out. 4 The girl / She has taken the
8 Does Bob live in a block of flats? Bob doesn't live in a block of flats.
rubbish out. 5 The boy / He has scored a goal. 6 The wolf has eaten
up Little Red Riding Hood. 7 The boy / He has broken the window.
8 The lion has caught and killed the antelope.
2 At 8.00, they have breakfast. 3 At 8.30, Father/the father takes the
bus to work / the children take the bus to school. 4 At 8.55, Father/
the father gets to work / the children get to school. 5 At 9.00, Father/
3 They haven't taken the rubbish out yet. 4 They have already turned
the father starts work. 6 At 9.00, Mother/the mother goes shopping.
off the mains. 5 They haven't locked the back door yet. 6 They have
7 At 11.00, Father/the father has a coffee break. 8 At 11.30, Mother/
already pulled out all the plugs. 7 They have already written a note to
the mother takes the dog out for a walk. 9 At 1.00, the children have
the milkman. 8 They haven't left the key with the neighbour yet.
lunch at school. 10 At 2.00, Mother/the mother works in the garden.
9 They haven't left a note for the newspaper boy yet. 10 They have
11 At 4.00, Mother/the mother prepares dinner. 12 At 4.30, the chil-
dren get home. 13 At 6.00, they have dinner. 14 At 8.00, they watch
TV and drink tea. 15 At 11.00, the parents go to bed.
1 since 2 since 3 for 4 since 5 for 6 since 7 for 8 for 9 since
10 for 11 for
2 Do they have breakfast at 10.00? - No, they don't. 3 Do the children
go to school at 8.30? - Yes, they do. 4 Does Father/the father go to
work at 11.00? - No, he doesn't. 5 Does Mother/the mother go shop-
ping at 12.00? - No, she doesn't. 6 Does Father/the father have a
1 How long have you had it? - I've had it for an hour.
coffee break at 11.00? - Yes, he does. 7 Do the children have lunch
2 How long has he collected them? - He has collected them since
at 1.00? - Yes, they do. 8 Does Mother/the mother work in the garden
3 How long has she lived in Ljubljana? - She has lived here / there
since last winter.
4 How long has she been Great Britain's Queen? - She has been
GB's Queen since 1953.
2 Father/The father doesn't get to work at 7.00. 3 The children don't
have lunch at home. 4 Mother/The mother doesn't go shopping be-
fore breakfast. 5 The children don't start school at 8.00. 6 They
don't have dinner at 4.00. 7 They don't watch TV in the afternoon.
8 The parents don't go to bed at midnight.
1 came 2 Have you ever played 3 went 4 I've never lived 5 hasn't
done 6 played 7 When did you do 8 has been
Exercise 36
1 is 2 works 3 gets up 4 has 5 starts 6 has 7 live 8 share 9 work
10 stay 11 don't earn 12 like 13 gets 14 is 15 eats 16 goes
1 has changed 2 saw 3 Have you ever tried; did you try; ate 4 Have
17 watches 18 likes 19 has 20 goes
you read; read 5 has won 6 has worked / (worked) 7 have never
been; went 8 have seen 9 has gone
2 Where does she work? / Where does Sarah live? 3 How often
1 ago 2 already 3 just / already 4 for 5 ever 6 since 7 ever; never
does she get up at five o'clock? / How often does she stay at the 8 yet 9 ago 10 yet; already
hospital until eight o'clock? / How often does she go out with friends?
/ How often does she go for a swim? 4 What time does she (usually)
get up? / What time does she start work? 5 How many nurses live in
1 They've been building that castle for an hour. 2 They've been
the same block of flats? / How many nurses share a taxi to the hospi- writing all those cards since lunch time. 3 She's been looking at him
tal? 6 Who lives in the same block of flats? / Who shares a taxi to the
for five minutes. 4 He's been doing that puzzle for a short time.
hospital? / Who often stays at the hospital until eight o'clock in the 5 He's been sleeping for nine hours. 6 They've been talking since
evening? / Who likes swimming? 7 How long do the three nurses
five o'clock. 7 He's been painting the ceiling for two and a half hours.
stay at the hospital? 8 When does she get up? / When does she
8 He's / It's been digging the hole for some time. 9 She's been doing
start work? / When does she get home? / When does Sarah go swim- her hair for half an hour. 10 He's been waiting for the bus since 2.30.
1 Sue has been living in Slovenia for a long time. 2 It has been
1 The population of Slovenia is about two million. / Slovenia has
snowing here for days. 3 Have you been waiting long? 4 How long
a population of (almost) two million. / Slovenia is a country with has Fred been watching TV? 5 They have been working all day.
a population of (almost) two million.
6 What have you been doing this afternoon? 7 My teacher has been
2 The people speak Slovene / Slovenian. / We speak the Slovene /
teaching English for a long time. 8 My brother has been collecting
Slovenian language. / The official language is Slovene / Slovenian.
/ (Italian and Hungarian are the languages of the nationalities /national minorities.) 3 Slovenia covers an area of 20,251 sq. km (=square kilometres). /
Morebitne razliËne odtenke v pomenu med posameznima stavkoma vam bo The area of Slovenia is 20, 251 sq. km.
pojasnil(a) uËitelj(ica). Na sploπno lahko reËemo le to, da je present perfect 4 The Slovenian (unit of) currency is (called) the (Slovenian) tolar.
continuous bolj ‘pogovorna’ oblika.
(Dodatni komentar: Notes currently come in 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1,000, 5,000 and 10,000 denominations. / Notes are in denominations of . tolars. The tolar, written as SIT, is subdivided into 100 stotins. The currencyis issued in coins of 50 stotins.) 1 Is Mr Wilson a doctor? Mr Wilson isn't a doctor.
5 It has a weak economy. (It has a mixed economy. / Its economy
2 I come home at four. I don't come home at four.
3 She goes out very often. Does she go out very often?
6 We spend money on (cars, houses, travelling, clothes, food and
4 Have you got a car? I haven't got car.
5 He likes fish. He doesn't like fish.
7 Most of them live in houses.
8 Some of them do, but an average Slovenian doesn't travel a lot /
9 Yes, we do. As a small country, we have to learn foreign languages.
(Many Slovenians can speak two or more languages. / Many Slovenians are bilingual or multilingual.) 1 have a better school report. 2 win first prize in a (crossword /
10 (Pri odgovoru na to vpraπanje si lahko pomagaπ tudi z vajo 6 na str. 28
swimming / singing / gymnastics) competition. 3 win in the/an English
v delovnem zvezku, z vpraπanikom na str. 34 v uËbeniku in z besediπËem language competition 4 waste water. / turn off the tap while I'm
brushing my teeth. 5 call my friends names. 6 quarrel with my parents.
7 talk back to my parents / teachers. 8 play truant / skip school / play
hookey / pip off. 9 do some sports / take up sports / take up a sport.
Slovenian food is (probably) cheap and filling. Our cuisine is under Austrian and 10 take good care of my dog. 11 help with the housework. 12 put
Italian influence. There are different styles of cooking in different parts of the up / make / build a birdhouse 13 steal fruit from the neighbour’s/
country. We eat lots of meat dishes, vegetables, pasta, fish, potatoes, rice, etc.
the neighbours’ garden / scrump apples from our neighbour’s You can also have a street snack at street kiosks. (Unfortunately), the number orchard (= ‘rabutati’). 14 read more. 15 cheat on tests. 16 drop litter.
of fast-food restaurants is increasing. Meals are served outdoors during the 17 watch less TV. 18 cross streets at the zebra crossing.
summer {e.g. hot dogs, chips, hamburgers, burek (= Turkish-style pastry), sau-sages, ËevapËiËi (= spiced minced meat rolls), pljeskavica (= beefburger), raænjiËi (= shish kebab), etc.}.
1 does, get down; climbs, waits 2 has been 3 has, seen, will, see
4 got; wasn't raining 5 is doing; is getting 6 Have, seen 7 are, writing;
have eaten 8 Will, be; won't be, will be 9 are going to be 10 feel;
1 Are the children leaving school? The children aren't leaving school.
2 He is watching cartoons. He isn't watching cartoons.
3 She is learning her history. Is she learning her history?
4 Are you reading a book? I'm not reading a book.
a 2 b 1 c 3 d 1 e 2 f 2 g 3 h 3 i 3 j 1 k 1 l 2 m 2 n
5 They are playing football. They aren't playing football.
3 o 3 p 1 q 2 r 1 s 1 t 1 u 3
Exercise 40
(Moæni odgovori)
1 Somebody is (wind)surfing. 2 A girl is reading a newspaper.
3 A boy is playing the guitar. 4 A man is taking / having a shower.
5 A boy is diving. 6 A boy is undressing / taking off his clothes. 7 Two
boys are playing (with a) frisbee. / Two boys are throwing a frisbee.
8 A man is sunbathing / sunning himself. 9 Some people are playing
cards. 10 A boy is listening to music / a/his walkman. 11 A girl is
1 bread (meat, potatoes, etc.) 2 tree (rice, wheat, etc.) 3 potato (tomato;
eating an ice cream. 12 A boy and a girl are playing badminton.
lettuce, etc.) 4 milk / (meat) 5 fruit
13 A child is crying. / A child is playing with a bucket and spade.
(14 A dog is swimming in the sea.)
butter, (fried) eggs, toast, apples, sandwich, salami, 1 Alice writes computer programmes. She is doing the washing-up
at the moment. 2 Don models clothes. He is sunbathing at the mo-
Lunch/(dinner):soup, (fried) fish, (roast) chicken, lettuce / salad,
ment. 3 David and Ray work underground. They are playing darts at
pancakes, cake, juice, spaghetti, mineral water, the moment. 4 Martin sells things in a shop. He is playing football at
the moment. 5 Andrea arranges goods in shop windows. She is wait-
Dinner/supper: pancakes, sandwich, juice, soup
Exercise 42
2 They're having dinner at granny's house. 3 He's going for a run.
4 She's going for a swim. 5 She's going to the dentist's. 6 He's playing
tennis. 7 She's travelling to Cambridge. 8 They're going to the party
at Ann's. 9 They're going on a picnic in the country.
1 Will you pass your exams? You won't pass your exams.
2 He will find a holiday job. He won't find a holiday job.
3 She will like her new class. Will she like her new class?
1 It means they are going to make lots of new friends. 2 It means she
is going to hear some very good news. 3 It means s/he is going to be
lonely and down. 4 It means s/he is going to receive an important
letter. 5 It means their friends are going to let them down. 6 It means
they are going to fall in love. 7 It means she is going to have great
1 Is it going to rain? It's not going to rain.
2 They are going to help us. They are not going to help us.
3 You are going to be a millionaire. Are you going to be a millionaire?
4 Are you going to wash your hair? I'm not going to wash my hair.
1 are killed 2 are hunted 3 are used 4 are destroyed 5 is used 6 are
hunted 7 are used
Main course: Spaghetti Bolognese
1 Hair is done/cut/styled by a hairdresser. 2 Bridges are built by en-
gineers. 3 Cars are mended / repaired by a mechanic. 4 Football
Total price:
players are trained by a coach. 5 Films are developed by a photographer.
6 Buses are driven by bus drivers.
Main course: Veal steak with baked potatoes
2 Then the cream is separated from the milk. 3 The cream is heated
to kill germs. 4 The cream is placed into a revolving drum. 5 The
cream is churned into butter. 6 The butter is salted. 7 The butter is
Total price:
coloured. 8 The butter is cut up into blocks. 9 The butter is packed.
Main course: Fish fillet
1 Customers are forbidden to smoke in the non-smoking area. 2 Ani-
mals are not permitted in(to) the restaurant. 3 Alcoholic drinks are
not served to customers under 18 years of age. 4 Customers are
kindly asked not to disturb other guests. 5 All major credit cards are
Total price:
1 F 2 T 3 T 4 T 5 T 6 F 7 F 8 T 9 T 10 T
Borut: Gospod bo dnevno juho, jaz bom pa piπËanËjo/kokoπjo juho.
Borut: Za gospoda goveji golaæ s polento. Zame pa svinjski kotlet
2 In American restaurants, any sandwich that is made in the form of
Borut: Pa πe zeleno solato za gospoda in zeljno solato zame.
a hamburger is called a burger: a tunaburger, a chickenburger, a
Borut: e dva jabolËna zavitka, prosim.
3 And there is Coca-cola that is drunk all over the world, including
4 The bar was packed with teenagers, students and busy people.
(5) Orehova potica (8) Prekmurska gibanica, (9) Koruzni æganci 5 I've got nothing against America, but I protest against all this
z ocvirki, (10) Krvavice s kislim zeljem, (7) Kruhovi cmoki v omaki, unhealthy food that is offered to our people.
(2) Kraπki prπut z olivami, (3) Kranjska klobasa s kislim zeljem, 6 On TV junk food is often advertised, but very few commercials are
(4) Goveji golaæ s polento, (6) Ajdovi æganci, (1) Kuhana πunka made that would encourage people to eat healthy food: vegetables,
(1) S (2) S (3) MC (4) MC (5) D (6) MC (7) MC (8) D (9) MC 7 People are also not encouraged to practise sports and to keep fit.
1 was made 2 was baked, was cut 3 was made, was cut 4 was
made, was cooked 5 was made
It is / It tastes / It looks . tasty, wonderful, delicious, lovely/fantastic,sweet.
2 This church / This cathedral / Hagia Sophia was built between 532-
537. 3 This picture was painted by Picasso. 4 The telephone was
1 honey: sweet 2 tea without sugar: bitter 3 oranges: sweet, sour,
made in Japan / by Panasonic. 5 'Jurassic Park' was directed by
juicy 4 ice cream: (crunchy), sweet, creamy 5 grapefruit: sour, bit-
Steven Spielberg. 6 This vase was made in China. 7 The poem 'SoËi'
ter, juicy 6 Philadelphia cheese: salty, creamy 7 corn flakes: crunchy,
(sweet) 8 mushroom soup: salty, creamy 9 cocoa: sweet 10 carrots:
crunchy, (juicy) 11 cake: sweet, creamy, juicy
Exercise 19
1 It was held at the National Museum (in Ljubljana). 2 It was held
from 31 March 1992 to 1 September 1992. / It was held in the period 2 grow, grew, grown 3 sell, sold, sold 4 stop, stopped, stopped
between 31 March 1992 and 1 September 1992. 3 (The) 19th cen-
5 steal, stole, stolen 6 spend, spent, spent 7 eat, ate, eaten 8 break,
tury industrial design products were exhibited there. 4 They were
broke, broken 9 build, built, built 10 speak, spoke, spoken 11 write,
designed in the 19th century. 5 They were made in Slovenia. 6 It is
made of (beech) wood. 7 It is kept at kofja Loka Museum. 8 It is
made of (crystal souvenir) glass. 9 It was produced at/in the Hrastnik
glass factory / … Hrastnik Glass Factory. 10 It was made (some-
1 is delivered 2 is polluted 3 Is . made 4 are . sold 5 are caused
time) after 1860. 11 It was produced at Dvor Foundry near Æuæemberk.
6 are produced 7 are made 8 are eaten 9 are made / produced /
12 It is made of metal.
manufactured 10 are given 11 are read / sold 12 is visited
1 The plays 'Hamlet' and 'Romeo and Juliet' were written by Shakespeare.
Then they are boiled. After that, the boiled potatoes are peeled and 2 Paper was invented by the Chinese. 3 Paper is made from wood.
sliced. The potatoes are left to cool. Then the onion is chopped. After 4 The first bars of chocolate were produced by Francois-Louis Cailler.
that the onion is mixed with the cooled potatoes. Then some vinegar 5 The first matches were produced (by John Walker) in 1826. 6 J. F.
and oil are poured onto the potatoes. Some salt is added and every- Kennedy was assassinated by Oswald. 7 Nowadays, lots of
thing is mixed together. The salad is put into the fridge. It is served hamburgers are eaten by teenagers. 8 The World Cup at football in
cold. / (It should be served cold.) Good luck! 1 When was the Mona Lisa painted? 2 Who was the poem 'SoËi'
written by? 3 Where were the pyramids built? 4 Who was printing
invented by? 5 Why was the Great Wall of China built? 6 Where was
1 skateboarding / surfing 2 athletics / (marathon) 3 swimming
4 skiing 5 canoeing
Exercise 22
1 was performed 2 circled 3 became 4 was cut 5 is kept 6 were
named 7 was
1 play - playing 2 lie - lying 3 sit - sitting 4 have - having 5 put -
putting 6 die - dying 7 jog - jogging 8 shine - shining 9 make -
making 10 swim - swimming 11 see - seeing 12 speak - speaking
2 was given; started; was played 3 were spoken; spoke 4 arrived;
thought; realized; was killed 5 was . called; was settled 6 is not
made 7 is called 8 was completed 9 painted 10 was brought 11 were
1 travelling / going 2 eating 3 reading / travelling 4 being 5 swimming
kept; warned 12 was made 13 was built 14 was . written 15 wrote;
6 going 7 watching 8 talking 9 travelling 10 drinking 11 seeing
was . omitted. 16 was hung 17 are used
1 boring: adjective 2 getting up: gerund 3 talking: present participle
1 built 2 was watching; heard 3 are made / were made; 4 is waiting
4 exciting: adjective 5 being: gerund 6 doing: present participle
5 have . seen; were 6 were stopped; was driving 7 don't smoke
7 cooking: gerund 8 interesting: adjective 9 listening: present participle
8 were killed 9 is visited 10 sell
1 If you lie to me, I'll be very angry with you. 2 If you cheat at the test,
A) English-Slovenian
the teacher will notice. 3 If you make too many mistakes, you won't
pass the exam. 4 If you take an aspirin, you'll feel better. 5 If you do
(1a) VËeraj so poËistili πolo. / (ola je bila vËeraj poËiπËena.) (1b) UËenci
exercises every day, you'll be fit. 6 If you forget your umbrella, you'll
so vËeraj poËistili πolo. (2a) EgipËani so gradili piramide. / Piramide
get wet. 7 If you stay up late, you'll be sleepy tomorrow. 8 If you eat
so gradili EgipËani. (2b) EgipËani so gradili piramide. (3a) Teniske
nosijo fantje in dekleta. (3b) Fantje in dekleta nosijo teniske.
B) Slovenian-English
1 A/The bank was robbed yesterday. / Yesterday a/the bank was
1 If my toothache doesn't get (any) better. 2 If there is enough snow.
robbed. / Somebody robbed a/the bank yesterday. 2 The Greens eat
3 If I don't forget. / If I remember. 4 If there is an interesting film on.
a lot of Italian food. / A lot of Italian food is eaten by the Greens.
5 If you lie to me. 6 If I have / find time. 7 If I see / meet him.
3 Elephants are found in Africa and India. / We can find elephants in
Africa and India. 4 Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa in 1503.
/ (The Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo da Vinci in 1503.) 5 This
1 If Dumbo eats all the food, he'll get stomachache. 2 If Mrs Walker
castle was built in the 16th century. 6 In our family I (usually) do the
goes on a diet, she'll lose weight. 3 If Frank reads by dull light, he'll
washing-up. / (In our family it is me who does the washing-up.). / In need glasses very soon. 4 If you drive too fast, the police will stop
our family the washing-up is (usually) done by me.
(1) 1,400 = one thousand and four hundred (2) 249 = two hundred 1 If (.) becomes a teacher, s/he'll work in school. 2 If (.) becomes
and forty-nine (3) 5,020 = five thousand and twenty (4) 1,994 = one a farmer, s/he'll produce food. 3 If (.) becomes a mechanic, s/he'll
thousand nine hundred and ninety-four (5) 713 = seven hundred repair cars. 4 If (.) becomes a pilot, s/he'll fly aeroplanes. 5 If (.)
and thirteen (6) 8,915 = eight thousand nine hundred and fifteen becomes a newspaper reporter, s/he'll write articles. 6 If (.) becomes
(7) 17,635 = seventeen thousand six hundred and thirty-five a coal miner, s/he'll work underground. 7 If (.) becomes a football
player, s/he'll make a lot of money. 8 If (.) becomes a photographic
model, s/he'll travel a lot. 9 If (.) becomes an office worker, s/he'll sit
at a desk for hours. 10 If (.) becomes a postman / postwoman, s/
he'll work outside in all kinds od weather.
1 Yes, Ted, if you eat too much before going to bed, you'll have bad
2 Yes, if you eat too many sweets, you'll put on weight.
3 Yes, if you buy those trousers, you'll run out of money.
4 Yes, if the weather is nice tomorrow, we'll go on a picnic.
5 Yes, if you ask her very nicely, do your homework and clean
6 Yes, if Mary doesn't want to go out with you tonight, Nina will be
Bowling/Bowls: PLAY bowls; GO bowlingAthletics: DOSkating: GO If it sees the mouse, it will run after it / it will try to catch it. If the cat Frisbee throwing: GO / or: PLAY (with a) frisbee runs after the mouse, the dog will see the cat. If the dog sees the cat, it will start chasing it / it will try to catch it. If the dog starts chasing the cat, it will snatch/pull the leash from the boy's hands. If the dog snatches/pulls the leash from the boy's hands, the boy’s hands will shake/move/slip. If his hands shake/move/slip, the other boy will lose his balance. If he loses his balance, he'll fall. If he falls, he'll hurt 1 pairs of 2 some / a piece of 3 a . pair / two . pairs 4 lots of / a lot
of 5 bits / pieces 6 pairs 7 bit / piece 8 piece / (bit) 9 some 10 lots
1 When I come back, I want to have the room cleaned. 2 When
Susan has a birthday party, all her friends will be there. 3 When you
wake up tomorrow, I'll be in New York. 4 When I find somewhere to
2 are; they 3 is 4 are; them 5 is 6 are; they 7 is 8 them; are
live, I'll give you my address. 5 When Tina Turner has a concert in
Ljubljana, the concert hall will be packed to the doors. 6 When you
grow up, you'll understand your parents better. 7 When I'm thirty
years old, I'll be very famous.
1 I think he is (very) adventurous. 2 I find them competitive. 3 He
seems (very) impolite. 4 He looks (very) studious. 5 It looks (very)
helpful. 6 I think he is (very) patient. 7 I find him (very) sympathetic.
8 He seems (very) generous.
1 finish; will go 2 is; won't have 3 aren't; will cause 4 don't hurry; will
miss 5 will go; rings 6 sees; will invite 7 leave; will steal 8 don't
come; will ground 9 will start; am 10 happens; will be 11 will explain;
are 12 has; will buy
(Moæni odgovori)
1 a car; a plane; a motorcycle 2 the weather; a place; a day 3 a person
(a girl, a woman, a boy, a man) 4 a person; a party; a film 5 a crocodile;
a lion; a criminal; a monster 6 a crocodile; a snake 7 a dish; food
8 a sport; a job
1 fast, faster, the fastest 2 heavy, heavier, the heaviest 3 expensive,
more expensive, the most expensive 4 sunny, sunnier, the sunniest
1 babyhood: 0 -1 yrs 2 childhood: 2 - 12 yrs 3 the teenage years: 13
5 fat, fatter, the fattest 6 boring, more boring, the most boring
- 19 yrs 4 adulthood: 20 - 39 yrs 5 middle age: 40 - 60 yrs
7 crazy, crazier, the craziest 8 long, longer, the longest 9 delicious,
6 old age: 60 - yrs
more delicious, the most delicious 10 bad, worse, the worst
1 Angela (59 yrs) = a middle-aged person 2 Darja (38 yrs) = an adult
1 bright: bister, pameten, duhovit 2 friendly: prijazen, prijateljski
3 Bojan (41 yrs) = a middle-aged person 4 Alenka (31 yrs) = an adult
3 different: drugaËen, nenavaden 4 possessive: posesiven, posest-
5 Saπo (16 yrs) = a teenager, an adolescent 6 Aljoπa (11 yrs) = a child
niπki, polaπËevalen 5 studious: marljiv; ki se rad uËi 6 honest: poπten,
7 Peter (7 yrs) = a child 8 Lara (4 months) = a baby
odkrit 7 sympathetic: soËuten, dobrohoten 8 lazy: len 9 calm: miren,
umirjen 10 lively: æivahen, vesel 11 practical: praktiËen, spreten
12 adventurous: pustolovski, smel 13 responsible: odgovoren, zanesljiv
14 competitive: tekmovalen 15 shy: plaπen, plah, bojeË, zadræan
It's a man. When a man is a baby (the morning of his life), he crawls 16 moody: muhast; ki pogosto spreminja razpoloæenje 17 pushy:
on hands and feet (four 'legs'). When he is an adult, he walks on two vsiljiv; zagrizen; neobziren 18 stubborn: trmast 19 naive: naiven,
feet. When he is an old person, he walks with a stick, so he has three preprost, prostoduπen 20 helpful: ustreæljiv, usluæen
1 messy 2 flexible 3 easygoing 4 pushy 5 amusing 6 insecure
1 Kadar ni novic, so to najboljπe novice. 2 Slaba novica ima peruti
7 clever; hard-working (or vice versa) 8 quiet 9 enthusiastic
kot ptica. 3 Materina ljubezen ne stari. 4 »esar ne zmore ljubezen,
10 dreamy 11 energetic 12 bossy 13 neat / quiet 14 reliable
zmore zlato (denar). 5 Razgovor dveh zaljubljencev je molk. 6 Kdor
hoËe vedeti, mora vpraπati. / Kdor vpraπa, izve. 7 Kdor po svetu gre,
mnogo izve. 8 Do znanja teæko, z znanjem lahko. / Korenine znanja
so grenke, sadovi sladki. 9 Bolje ti je starejπega od sebe posluπati.
10 »lovek skuπen ve veË kot uËen. 11 Boljπi odkrit sovraænik kot
potuhnjen lizun. 12 Prijatelji so tatovi Ëasa. 13 Knjige in prijatelji naj
1 CITY: bright, friendly, important, lively, silly, boring, funny
bodo redki, vendar dobri. 14 Mnogim so oËi bolj laËne kot æelodec.
2 PIECE OF CLOTHING: bright, important, serious, practical, tidy,
15 Prsti so nastali pred vilicami in roke pred noæi. 16 Jemo zato, da
æivimo, a ne æivimo zato, da jemo.
3 FRUIT: important, practical, silly, boring, funny
4 BOOK: friendly, important, dreamy, serious, practical, lively, silly,
boring, funny, reliable
Exercise 7
1 water: U 2 knowledge: U 3 information: U 4 satchel: C 5 advice: U
6 cheese: U 7 man: C 8 pyjamas: P 9 glasses: C (= kozarci); P (=
oËala) 10 homework: U 11 news: U 12 baby: C 13 rice: U 14 jeans: P
2 impolite: nevljuden, neprijazen 3 unfriendly: neprijazen 4 untidy:
15 fun: U 16 school: C/U
neurejen, zanemarjen 5 unkind: neprijazen, neljubezniv 6 unhappy:
nesreÊen 7 unhelpful: ne biti v pomoË; brezkoristen; neroden
8 unreliable: nezanesljiv 9 unadventurous: nepustolovski; enoliËen
10 unimportant: nepomemben; postranski 11 impatient: nestrpen,
2 seven geese 3 a lot of buses 4 those women 5 these cities
nepotrpeæljiv 12 unfair: nepoπten, kriviËen, pristranski 13 unusual:
6 some potatoes 7 two loaves 8 fifteen sheep 9 some shelves
nenavaden; izreden 14 impractical: nepraktiËen, neizkuπen;
10 two mice 11 too many dresses 12 too few boys 13 these expensive
penknives 14 five teeth 15 a hundred turkeys
1 shy 2 mean 3 dishonest 4 hard-working 5 patient 6 impolite
1 some; C 2 some; U 3 a; C 4 some; U 5 some; U 6 an; C 7 some;
7 light-hearted / (amusing)
U 8 some; C 9 some; U 10 a; C
1 shy - open - shyly 2 reliable - unreliable - reliably 3 happy - unhappy
- happily 4 patient - impatient - patiently 5 serious - light-hearted /
(amusing) - seriously 6 polite - impolite - politely 7 honest - dishonest
- honestly 8 generous - mean - generously
1 bookshelf; (books); (bookcase) 2 blanket(s); (bed); (sheets);
(mattress) 3 desk / (table lamp) 4 pyjamas 5 wallclock 6 (family)
photo 7 bulb 8 camera 9 plug 10 radio alarm 11 socket 12 switch
13 stereo system
1 write - wrote 2 can - could 3 live - lived 4 am/is/are - was/were
5 buy - bought 6 go - went 7 help - helped 8 must - had to 9 find -
found 10 speak - spoke 11 fly - flew
2 a clock / (a wallclock) 3 a TV set 4 a bookshelf 5 a fridge 6 a table
lamp 7 a bed 8 a mirror
Exercise 29
1 won; 'd travel (= would travel) 2 'd go; was / were 3 went; 'd send
4 'd become; discovered 5 offered; 'd accept 6 met; 'd marry 7 would
teach; went 8 had; 'd drive 9 spoke; wouldn't have to 10 were/was;
'd ask; went 11 could; 'd live
(Moæni odgovori)
1 If I were you, I'd work hard / harder. / If I were you, I wouldn't be so
lazy. 2 If I were you, I'd go to bed earlier / I wouldn't go to bed so late.
C) DESNO: grandmother; grandson; granddaughter; niece; uncle 3 If I were you, I wouldn't smoke / I'd give up smoking. 4 If I were
you, I'd buy him/her a nice watch. / If I were you, I'd split up with her/
him. / If I were you, I wouldn't go out with him/her any more. 5 If I
were you, I wouldn't play truant. 6 If I were you, I wouldn't shoplift
Amalia comes from a large family. She has got two sisters and a any more / I'd stop shoplifting at once and for good. 7 If I were you,
brother. Her brother Jimmy is fourteen and goes to secondary school.
I'd always wear a crash helmet / I wouldn't ride a motorbike without He has got many friends because he is very sociable. Amalia's sister Susan is ten and goes to primary school. She is a bit shy. Amalia'ssister Jenny is the youngest in the family. She is only four and is some- times naughty. Jenny is in fact Amalia's half-sister only. Her mother 1 are 2 will melt 3 broke out 4 go 5 was / were 6 goes 7 wasn't /
got divorced some years ago, and then married Amalia's step-father weren't 8 don't give up 9 had
David. He is a taxi driver. Amalia likes him because he is very talka-tive. Her father Jack is an engineer and very hard-working. Amalia sees him twice a week. Her mother is a housewife. She is very reli-able. Her uncle Terry has a very difficult job: he drives an ambu- lance. Her aunt Maggy often takes her to the countryside. She knowsso much about nature because she is a biology teacher. Amalia's favourite cousins are Carmen, Mike and Leo. They are all students.
I got your address from a friend of mine / in the magazine 'Antena'.
She loves her granny Mabel and her grandpa Anthony. They are I am a Slovenian boy and I am fourteen years old. I have two sisters and a brother. They are 18, 10 and 7 years old. My motheris an office worker and works for an export-import firm. My father is a market researcher and works for an advertising agency. Mysisters and my brother all go to school (primary and secondary).
women/girls: she, mother, girl, wife, aunt
We live in a house which is about three kilometres from my school.
either: parents, us, people, we, person, you, men, children, teacher,
My town is small. It has 18,000 inhabitants. My favourite hobby is cousin, friend, I, grandparents, child, them, baby, adult, student collecting stamps and am also interested in sports. I also like going • men/boys: boy, husband, him, brother, men, uncle, son
to the cinema.
What about you? Do you like sports and collecting stamps? I am looking forward to hearing from you. Please write soon.
1 What 2 How many 3 When 4 Where 5 What 6 Who 7 Why
neck: 8; lips: 7; eye: 4; hair: 1; mouth: 10; ear: 3; nose: 6; chin: 9;eyelashes: 2; cheeks: 5 1 at Christmas 2 by heart 3 At first 4 for a run 5 on your own 6 in
a minute 7 in love; in fact 8 at home 9 by chance 10 on foot 11 for
hours 12 at the moment 13 in any case 14 on the other hand 15 for
hand: 11; leg: 10; toe: 8; finger: 6; knee: 7; foot: 9; shoulder: 2; arm: 4; the best 16 for ages 17 after a while
Exercise 12
2 gloves: HANDS 3 trousers: LEGS 4 glasses: EYES 5 ring: FINGER
6 shirt: ARMS 7 tie: NECK 8 trainers: FEET 9 lipstick: LIPS 10 sham-
poo: HAIR 11 earphones: EARS 12 paper handkerchiefs: NOSE
Exercise 13
s/he looks: handsome, beautiful, attractive
the same age, in her early teens, over thirty in Neath. 7 go in for canoeing. 8 watch animals and birds from all
over the world. 8 see the longest showcave in Britain. 9 ride ponies.
big, green, short-sighted, long eyelashes 10 stop for a picnic / have a picnic in many country parks. 11 go to
the theatre in Margam Country Park. 12 walk through forests / go for
1 fifties 2 fat 3 height 4 curly 5 hair 6 eyes 7 face 8 full 9 baggy
(Povsod je moænih veË odgovorov) 10 person 11 holiday 12 amusing 13 humour 14 stories 15 generous
1 Can / May / Could 2 Can / May; can't / may not 3 can / may; can
16 presents 17 advice
/ may 4 Can / May / Could 5 Can / May / Could 6 can / may / could
7 Can / May / Could; can't / may not 8 Can / May / Could
Exercise 16
1 anything / something 2 anyone 3 no one 4 somewhere 5 anywhere
6 somebody 7 everybody 8 something 9 something 10 something
11 anything 12 Nowhere 13 everywhere
(Moæni odgovori)
2 I must go home. / I must go now. 3 I must hurry up. / I must get
ready. / I must wash my hair. 4 I must have a haircut. / I must go for
a haircut. / I must go to the hairdresser's. 5 I must go on a diet. / I
(Odgovori so samo na 1. vpraπanje za vseh pet slik) must lose weight. / I mustn't eat so much (bread). 6 I must clean it.
1 She is making / preparing breakfast. 2 She is doing the shopping.
7 I must clean it. / I must tidy it up.
3 She is doing the washing. 4 He is doing the washing-up. / He is
washing the dishes. 5 She is doing the hoovering. / She is hoovering
(Moæni odgovori)
2 A nurse has to work hard / work shifts / stand most of the time.
3 A scientist has to think fast / work hard. 4 A model has to look her/
his best all the time. 5 An engineer has to work hard. 6 A computer
operator has to sit at a desk for hours. 7 A coal miner has to work
1 Could I have your autograph, please? - Okay.
hard / work shifts / work underground. 8 A hairdresser has to stand
2 Could I have your phone number, please? - Yes, of course.
most of the time. 9 A stewardess has to travel most of the time /
3 Would you do the hoovering, please? - I'm sorry, but I'm just going out.
4 Can you make the beds, please? - Sure.
5 Will you go to the shops, please? - I'm afraid I don't have time.
6 Will you switch the light off, please? - Certainly.
7 Could you pass me the butter, please? / Could you pass the butter
1 I need to go to the supermarket. / I need to go shopping. 2 You
need (to have) a bath / a shower. / You need to wash. 3 You don't
need to take your umbrella. / You needn't take your umbrella. 4 You
don't need to worry. / You needn't worry. 5 I need to water them.
1 Shall I carry that suitcase? - It's all right. I can manage.
6 I don't need to stay in bed. / I needn't take my medicine. 7 You
2 I can do the washing-up, if you want. - Yes, please.
need to clean it. / You need to tidy it (up).
3 I could fix the car for you. - Would you? That's very kind of you.
4 I'll answer the telephone. - No, thank you. It's all right.
5 Can I go to the supermarket for you? - Thank you very much.
6 Shall I meet you at the station? - No, there's no need, thanks.
2 He had to drive on the left. 3 He didn't have to pay to go into a
museum/museums. 4 He often had to carry an umbrella. 5 He didn't
have to carry an/his identity card. 6 He had to pay for drinks before
1 can 2 can 3 can 4 can't / cannot 5 can 6 can 7 can't / cannot
Darja & Peter
8 can't / cannot; can 9 can 10 can
2 They'll have to drive on the left. 3 They won't have to pay to go into a
museum/museums. 4 They'll often have to carry an umbrella. 5 They
won't have to carry their identity cards. 6 They'll have to pay for drinks
before they drink them / before drinking.
1 It can't be C because he is short. / . because he is wearing a hat.
/ . because he isn't wearing a polo-neck sweater. / . because his
hair isn't curly. 2 It can't be A because he is wearing light trousers /
because he is not wearing dark trousers. / . because he is wearing
1 You mustn't drop litter. 2 You mustn't pick the flowers. 3 You mustn't
a hat. / . because he isn't wearing a polo-neck sweater. / . be- feed the birds. 4 You mustn't ride a bicycle. 5 You mustn't play ball
cause his hair isn't curly. 3 It can't be D because he is wearing a hat.
games. 6 You mustn't walk on the grass.
/ . because his hair isn't curly. 4 It can't be E because he has got
straight hair / because he hasn't got curly hair. 5 It must be B be-
cause he has got curly hair / . because he isn't short. / . because 1 embarrassed 2 boring 3 worries 4 interested 5 annoy 6 embarrassing
he is wearing dark trousers. / . because he isn't wearing a hat. / .
7 bored 8 interesting 9 exciting
because he is wearing a polo-neck sweater.
2 I'm sorry, but I can't go out with you tonight. 3 Tomorrow's maths
1 could 2 could 3 couldn't 4 could 5 cloudn't 6 could
test is cancelled / called off. 4 I've won in a lottery. 5 This summer
I'm going to Hawaii. 6 I spent my childhood in Berlin. 7 I'm not
allowed to choose my own clothes.
(Nekaj moænih odgovorov)
He'll be able to .
1 visit the birthplace of Dylan Thomas. 2 visit museums and art galler-
ies in Swansea. 3 go sightseeing in Swansea. 4 go to the Welsh
Miners' Museum. 5 go on a trip to country parks. 6 look at the Abbey
Henry Ford was a famous car manufacturer. He pioneered mass
production of cars. He completed his first automobile in 1892. Eleven years later he formed the Ford Motor Company. In 1909 his factory 1 You should listen to the weather forecast before you start out.
was producing one hundred cars a day.
2 You should take a map and a compass (a sleeping bag, .). 3 You
shouldn't forget to take a framed rucksack (a woollen sweater, .).
4 You shouldn't start out without a windproof jacket (gloves, .).
1 in 2 to 3 for 4 to 5 to 6 for
5 You should wear walking shoes. 6 You should never walk alone.
7 You should tell your parents where you are going. 8 You should
2 goes . on 3 drive 4 fly 5 ride 6 sails / navigates 7 driven
(Moæni odgovori)
1 You should go on a diet. / You shouldn't eat so many sweets. 2 You
should wear glasses. / You should see the/an optician. / You should van - 6; submarine - 4; sports car - 10; lorry - 8; motorbike - 2;
go to the/an optician's. 3 You should take them back to the shop. /
ambulance - 11; bus/double-decker - 12; coach - 13; boat - 5; helicopter
You should use bandages / plastic strips. 4 You should have/de-
- 9; yacht - 7; plane - 3; steamer - 1
velop a hobby. / You should do some sports. / You should start paint- BY LAND: van, sports car, lorry, motorbike, ambulance; bus/double-
ing / reading more. / (You shouldn't …) 5 You should stay in bed. /
You should take an aspirin. / You shouldn't go skiing. 6 You shouldn't
play truant any more. 7 You should stop shoplifting immediately.
1 can 2 Can / Would / Could 3 mustn't / (shouldn't) 4 can / could /
1 by 2 in 3 on 4 by 5 on 6 on 7 by 8 on 9 in 10 by
may 5 can't 6 Can / Would / Could 7 Can / May; can't / may not
8 Can / Shall 9 can / could / may 10 needn't 11 should 12 shouldn't
Exercise 7
1 voyage 2 ship 3 captain 4 crew 5 submarine 6 port
1 must 2 can't / cannot 3 had to 4 can't / cannot 5 should 6 Could
/ Would / Will 7 Can / May / Could 8 has to 9 mustn't / (may not) 10 will
1 car 2 car 3 journey 4 car 5 bus 6 on foot 7 bike (or: with bikes)
be able to 11 could 12 don't have to 13 am not allowed to 14 need to
8 train/bus 9 bus
/ must / have to 15 won't have to 16 will be able to 17 Shall 18 couldn't
19 Could / Can 20 didn't have to
1 plane 2 airport 3 flight 4 check in 5 customs 6 took off 7 captain
8 flight 9 stewardesses 10 landed
(Moæni odgovori)
1 Cereals are grown in tajersko / (Styria).
2 Vegetables are grown in Primorsko / (the Littoral).
3 Grapes are grown in Primorsko and tajersko.
1 train, steamer, seven 2 steamer, eleven 3 train, five 4 steamer,
4 Cattle are reared in Gorenjsko / (Upper Carniola).
twelve 5 eight, steamer 6 steamer, nineteen 7 train, eight 8 nine,
5 Pigs are reared in (the) Prekmurje.
6 Potatoes are grown in Dolenjsko / (Lower Carniola).
7 Fruits are grown in Primorsko and tajersko.
8 Hens, geese and turkeys are reared in (the) Prekmurje and
9 Sugar beet is grown in (the) Prekmurje.
A - make model gliders in their bicycle repair shopB - in 1928 / fly the Atlantic with two men 1 between 2 between 3 On 4 in front of 5 next to 6 On 7 next to
8 Near 9 on 10 over
C - eleven years later / form the Ford Motor Company A - in 1903 / design and fly the first powered aircraft 2 across 3 down / up 4 out (of) / (through) 5 along / on; towards
6 out of / from 7 into 8 over 9 through / out of 10 past
B - in 1932 / fly the Atlantic aloneC - in 1909 / factory produce one hundred cars a day A - the longest flight on that day / be fifty-nine seconds 1 hill 2 wood 3 river 4 bridge 5 railway line 6 path 7 mountain
8 lake 9 island 10 park 11 valley 12 slope 13 tunnel 14 waterfall
15 road 16 stream
The Wright Brothers were famous aviation pioneers. They were al-
ways fascinated with the idea of flying. They made model gliders in
their bicycle repair shop. In 1903 they designed and flew the first powered aircraft. (On that day they flew four times.) The longest The bird flew (a)round the third tree. Then it flew towards the hills. It flight on that day was fifty-nine seconds.
flew up the first hill, then over / across the second one, and then itflew down the third one. Then it flew along the river, down to the Amelia Earhart was a famous woman/female pilot. In 1928 she flew
bridge, flew over the bridge and went on to the trees. Then it turned the Atlantic with two men. She became very famous for this. In 1932 around and flew directly into - the cat's mouth. Poor birdie! she flew the Atlantic alone and she was the first woman to do so.
Yesterday my friends and I went on an outing. We started from myhouse at 7.30 am. We were walking along a country road when we MEDICINE
1978-test tube baby; 1967-first human heart transplant came to a bridge and crossed it. At 9.30 am we arrived in a village.
1975-Vietnam (US pulls out); 1945-The United Nations We stopped for a while and bought some fruit. We went on along anice (and) quiet road, and after some time we could see an old cas- founded; 1939-Hitler invades Poland; 1947-India wins tle on our left. Soon we reached a second village, but it started to independence (from Britain); 1963-Kennedy rain very heavily, so we had to stop and took shelter. When the storm assassinated; 1936-Spanish Civil War begins; was over, we went on and at 1 pm we came to a beautiful waterfall.
We stopped for a picnic lunch there. Refreshed, we continued (on) 1980-Tito dies; 1945-atom bombs on Hiroshima & our trip. We walked by/(through) some beautiful mountains. At 4 pm Nagasaki; 1961-East Germany builds Berlin Wall we came to the sea. There was a nice beach there and we could ENTERTAINMENT 1949-the bikini; 1955-James Dean dies;
swim and fish. After that we made for home and at 7 pm we got & LEISURE
1951 transcontinental television introduced; SPACE RESEARCH 1957-Sputnik I (first earth satellite);
1969-Armstrong & Aldrin land on moon; The red double-decker went off round Piccadilly Circus. Then it/the ENVIRONMENT
986-Chernobyl (nuclear plant explosion); bus drove along the Haymarket and turned left into Trafalgar Square.
Karin saw the National Gallery on her left and Nelson's Column in the middle of the square. Then the bus drove along Whitehall. Shecould see the Horse Guards on the right. The bus drove past No. 10 1 was; was; started 2 was; started 3 travelled; was / were 4 liked;
Downing Street, the home of the English Prime Minister. Then the was 5 returned; had; lost 6 got; wrote; was 7 went 8 lived; died
bus went towards Parliament Square, and on her right Karin sawWestminster Abbey. The bus turned left and stopped in front of the Houses of Parliament. Karin saw the famous clock tower, called 'Big 1 schoolboy 2 mark 3 excellent 4 Romania 5 painting 6 world
7 government 8 mates 9 hours
Minolta - Japan; Gorenje - Slovenia; SEAT - Spain; Siemens - 1 Yuri Gagarin first circled the earth in space.
Germany; Benetton - Italy; Peugeot - France; Philips - the Nether- 2 Ferdinand Magellan first sailed round the world.
3 Hillary and Tenzing first climbed Mount Everest.
4 Charles Lindbergh first flew alone across the Atlantic.
1 SLOVENIA: It's a Slovenian fridge. 2 SPAIN: It's a Spanish car.
5 Leonardo da Vinci painted the Last Supper and the Mona Lisa.
3 GERMANY: It's a German video player/recorder. 4 the USA: It's an
6 Nicolaus Copernicus worked out that the Sun was at the centre
American computer. 5 ITALY: It's an Italian watch. 6 FRANCE: It's a
French car. 7 the NETHERLANDS / HOLLAND: It's a Dutch car ra-
7 Jurij Vega wrote logarithmic tables.
8 George Eastman invented the camera.
9 Felix Hoffmann developed the aspirin.
10 Bell and Gray developed the telephone.
Mexico City is a very large city with a population of 13 million. It's a
crowded, noisy and dangerous city. It's famous for the baroque cathedral.
Exercise 29• At that time they didn't use . London is a very large city with a population of 8 million. It's a crowded,
In the 19th century they couldn't use . exciting and beautiful city. It's famous for the Tower of London.
1 the telephone 2 the radio 3 the vacuum cleaner 4 the typewriter
5 the car 6 the camera 7 the electrical bulb / electricity 8 the computer
9 the television 10 the plane.
If I go to Venice, I'll
1 They cleaned their houses with brooms. We clean our houses with
vacuum cleaners. 2 They wore shoes. We wear trainers. 3 They
be able to go sightseeing by gondola.
used letters and postcards (as a means of communication). We use the telephone (as a means of communication). 4 They played mar-
bles. We play computer games. 5 They travelled slowly. We (can)
travel very fast. 6 They only had notebooks and pencils in schools.
be able to travel by underground / on the Underground.
We have computers in schools. 7 They ate healthy food. We eat
be able to see London from the top of a double decker.
unhealthy food. 8 Their life / lives was / were simpler. Our life / lives
is /are very stressful. 9 At that time cities were quieter. Nowadays,
see the Brandenburg Gate.
go to many interesting (gift / clothes) shops.
Rudolf DIESEL gave his name to a powerful engine. The Earl of
SANDWICH gave his name to a snack. William Henry HOOVER
gave his name to a vacuum cleaner. Charles Robert RICHTER
gave his name to a scale used to describe the intensity of earth- quakes. Candido JACUZZI gave his name to a type of underwater
Exercise 35
1 cities: the / x 2 happiness: the / x 3 cheese: the / x 4 jeans: the / x
5 trip: a / the 6 air: the / x 7 crossroads: a / the / x (odvisno od tega, ali
je samostalnik v ednini ali mnoæini
) 8 cathedrals: the / x 9 biro: a / the
Exercise 36
1 odkljukaj drevo na sredi 2 odkljukaj katerokoli drevo 3 odkljukaj
peto Ëeπnjo 4 odkljukaj katerokoli Ëeπnjo 5 nereπljivo, ker Ëlen 'the'
pomeni toËno doloËeno (skodelico), vendar tukaj ne vemo, katero
Exercise 37
1 a; The 2 a 3 the 4 - 5 the; a; the
Exercise 38
A) a cloud; a cloud; a cloud; the sun
B) the ceiling; a window; a window; a wall; a wall; the floor; the door
1 a 2 a 3 the 4 a; the 5 the; the; a 6 The; the 7 the; a 8 The
Exercise 40
1 - / (the) 2 a; The 3 a / (the) 4 - 5 a 6 an 7 a 8 a 9 the
10 - 11 an / the 12 a 13 - 14 - 15 -; -
At the supermarket
Mr Poke is a detective. He works in a supermarket. One day he saw
a young man and a woman there. The man was wearing a dark raincoat
and the woman had a big, black bag and a shopping basket. They
looked very suspicious. Suddenly the man put a bottle of whisky into
a pocket of his raincoat. The woman put a jar of mayonnaise and
a box of eggs into her bag. Then she put a carton of milk into
the shopping basket. At the checkout they only paid for the milk. Mr
Poke stopped them outside. They had to go back into the supermar-
ket with him. They had to pay for the whisky, the mayonnaise and
the eggs.
A trip in the country
man was driving in the country. He stopped at a farm and bought
a kilo of cherries. He drove away eating the cherries. Suddenly
a deer ran across the road. He got frightened and drove off the road
into a ditch. The man couldn't drive the car out of the ditch so he
walked back to the farm. The farmer had an old tractor. He pulled
the car out of the ditch.


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