Test vremena-Ispit-Engleski jezik 1-Fakultet organizacionih nauka1, Ispiti' predlog Engleski jezik
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TENSE REVISION

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TENSE REVISION

I The simple present and the present continuous

1. You can't see Tom now: he _______________(have) a bath. 2. He usually ________________(drink) coffee but today he __________drink) tea. 3. What _________she__________ (do) in the evenings?

She usually____________(play) cards or__________ (watch) TV. 4. I won't go out now as it ______________(rain) and I ________(not have) an umbrella. 5. I ___________-(go) for a walk. You __________(come) with me?

Yes, I'd love to come. _______You ____________(mind) if I bring my dog? 6. We ____________(use) this room today because the window in the other room is broken. 7. He always _________(say) that he will mend the window but he never ___________(do) it. 8. Tom and Mr Pitt __________(have) a long conversation. I _________(wonder) what they ________(talk) about. 9. ________You ________(believe) all that the newspapers say? -No, I ______________(not believe) any of it. Then why ___________you __________(read) newspapers? 10. She always __________(borrow) from me and she never ____________- (remember) to pay me back. 11. What___________ you ____________(wait) for?

- I _____________(wait) for the shop to open. - But it ______________(not open) till 9.00.

12. Who ____________(own) this umbrella?- - I _____________(not know). Everybody ____________(use) it but

nobody _______________(know) who __________(own) it. 13. You ____________(hear) the wind? It _____________(blow) very strongly tonight. 14. You _______________(understand) what the lecturer is saying?-No, I _________________(not understand) him at all.

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II The Simple Past and the Past Continuous

1. Where _______he ________(live) when you saw him last? 2. She__________(stand) at the bus stop. I ____________(ask) her what bus she ____________(wait) for. 3. While I ____________(try) to reach John on the phone, Jenny __________(make) mess of the room. 4. The burglar ___________-(open) the safe when he ___________(hear) footsteps. 5. When I ________________(look) for my passport I ___________(find) this old photograph. 6. You ____________(look) very busy when I __________(see) you last night. What _________you __________(do)? 7. I ____________(share) a flat with him when we were students. He always ____________(complain) about my untidiness 8. When I _____________(arrive) the lecture had already started and the professor_____________ (write) on the board. 9. I _____________(make) a cake when the light __________(go) out. I had to finish it in the dark. 10. He ________(have) a bad fall while he ____________(repair) his roof. 11. While we _____________(fish) someone _________(come) to the house and ____________(leave) this note. 12. I just____________(open) the letter when the wind _________(blow) it out of my hand. 13. The burglar________________ (open) the safe when he ___________(hear) footsteps.

III The present perfect and the present perfect continuous

1 I ________________(make) sausage rolls for the party all the morning. 2 How many ___________you __________(make)? — I________ (make) 200. 3 That boy _______________-(eat) seven ice-creams. 4 I _______________(pull) up 100 dandelions. 5. I ________________(pull) up dandelions all day. 6. What ___________you ___________-(do)? –We___________(pick) apples.

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7. How many ___________you____________ (pick)? -We ________________(pick) ten basketfuls. 8. I ___________only _____________-(hear) from him twice since he went away. 9. I _____________(polish) this table all the morning and she isn't satisfied with it yet, 10. ____________You ____________(hear) the news? Tom and Ann are engaged! 11. Mr Smith, you _____________(whisper) to the student on your right for the last five minutes. _________You ________(help) him with his exam paper or ________he _________(help) you?

IV The Present Perfect and The Simple Past

1. How long _______you_________ (live) here?-I _______(live) here since 1970. 2. He ____________-(live) in London for two years and then________ (go) to Edinburgh. 3. Shakespeare _____________(write) a lot of plays. 4. He just _____________(go) out. 5. He _____________(go) out ten minutes ago. 6. The actors_________ (arrive) yesterday and __________(start) rehearsals early this morning. 7. It___________ (be) very cold this year. I wonder when it is going to get warmer. 8. I can't go out because I _____________(not finish) my work.

V The Simple Past and The Past Perfect, Simple and Continuous

1. A woman ___________(come) in with a baby, who she __________(say) just ________(swallow) a safety pin. 2. He __________(keep) looking at her, wondering where he ______(see) her before. 3. He __________(give) me back the book, _________(thank) me for lending it to him and ________(say) that he _________(enjoy) it very much, but I _________(know) that he _________(not read) it because most of the pages ___________(be) still uncut.

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4. When the old lady _________(return) to her flat she ________(see) at once that burglars _________(break) in during her absence, because the front door _________(be) open and everything in the flat______- (be) upside down. The burglars themselves _____(be) no longer there, but they probably only just_________- (leave) because a cigarette was still burning on an ornamental table. Probably they __________(hear) the lift coming up and _________(run) down the fire escape. 5. I _____________(put) the £5 note into one of my books; but next day it __________(take) me ages to find it because I ________(forget) which book I _________(put) it into. 6. I __________(arrive) in England in the middle of July. I ______(be told) that England ________(be) shrouded in fog all year round, so I _______(be) quite surprised to find that it was merely raining. I ___________(ask) another passenger, an Englishman, about the fog and he _____(say) that there __________(not be) any since the previous February. If I______ (want) fog, he said, I _________(come) at quite the wrong time. However, he _______(tell) me that I could buy tinned fog at a shop in Shaftesbury Avenue. He __________(admit) that he never_________ (buy) fog there himself but _________(assure) me that they _________(sell) good quality fog and that it __________(not be) expensive. I suppose he was joking.

VI The present continuous and the future simple

1 I am sure that I____________(recognize) him. 2 We _____________(know) tonight. 3 I _____________(believe) it when I see it. 4 I hope that you ___________(have) a good time tomorrow. 5 Look! I've broken the teapot. What ____Mrs Pitt ___________(say)?

-She ___________(not mind); she never liked that one. 6 He _____________(not forget) to come. 7 He ____________(leave) in a few days. 8 I __________(remember) it. 9 I never __________(forgive) him. 10 You _____________-(understand) when you are older. 11 The cat __________scratch) you if you pull its tail. 12 I __________(be) back at 8.30. 13 She (go) on a cruise next summer. 14 I (move) to a new flat next wee

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VII The future perfect tense or the future continuous tense

1. I ___________(finish) this book by tomorrow evening. 2. By this time tomorrow we ___________(have) our injections 3. This time next month I __________(sit) on a beach. 4. Air hostess: We ____________(take off) in a few minutes. Please fasten your safety belts. 5. The train ____________(leave) before we reach the station. 6. The police ___________(hear) of the theft by this time. 7. On 21 October they _______________-(be) married for twenty-five years. 8. He _______________(use) the car this afternoon 9. I suppose that when I come back in ten years' time all these old houses ____________(be) pulled down 10. I'll still be here next summer but Tom ____________(leave).

VIII Time clauses Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense, using the future, present, or present perfect.

1 When we ___________- (take) our exam we'll have a holiday. 2 When I ____________(finish) the book I'll lend it to you. 3 When I __________(be) here for a year I'll ask for a rise. 4 When you open the safe you __________(see) a small black box. 5 When we __________(have) lunch we'll go for a walk. 6 I'll bolt all the doors before I ________(go) to bed. 7 I _________(pay) you when I __________(get) my cheque. 8 I ________(go) on doing it until he ________(tell) me to stop. 9 When the fog ________(lift) we _________(be) able to see where we are. 10 The refrigerator _______(go on) making that noise till we (repaire) it. 11 As soon as the holidays_________(begin) this beach________ (become) very crowded.

IX Gerund or Infinitive?

1. Would you mind (buy) me lunch?

2. Try (forget) your past.

3. There's no point in (do) such dangerous things.

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4. Some people seem (be) very kind.

5. It is not worth (worry) about.

6. It is usually easier (learn) English in English- speaking countries.

7. I prefer (drive) to walking.

8. I have a passion for (write) to the newspapers.

9. I suggested (not go) out in the rain.

10. He keeps (ask) me such stupid questions.

11. Did you remember (give) him the key?

12. He postponed (go) to the cinema.

13. I decided (enter) for the competition.

14. (lie) on this beach is very pleasant.

15. I tried (explain) it to him, but he didn't understand.

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VERB + gerund / infinitive

Verb + Gerund

Verb +Preposition +Gerund

Be +Adjective +Preposition +Gerund

Verb + Infinitive

Verb +Inifinitive or Gerund

acknowledge adapt to be accustomed to agree attempt

admit adjust to be afraid of aim begin

advise agree (with) on be angry about afford can/can't bear

anticipate apologize for be ashamed of appear can/can't stand

appreciate approve of be capable of arrange cease

avoid argue about be certain about ask continue

consider ask about be concerned with care forget

defend believe in be critical of choose go on

defer blame for be discouraged from

claim hate

delay care about be enthusiastic about

consent like

deny complain about be familiar with dare love

detest consist of be famous for decide neglect

discuss decided on be fond of decline prefer

dislike depend on be glad about demand regret

endure disapprove of be good at deserve propose

enjoy discourage from be happy about desire remember

escape engage in be interested in expect see

excuse forgive for be known for fail start

feel like give up be nervous about guarantee stop

finish help with be perfect for happen try

go inquire about be proud of hope

imagine insist on be responsible for intend

involve interfere with be sad about know

keep keep on be successful in learn

mention look forward to be suitable for manage

mind (object to)

object to be tired of need

miss participate in be tolerant of offer

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need (passive) persist in be upset about plan

omit plan on be used to pledge

postpone prepare for be useful for prepare

practice profit from be worried about pretend

prevent prohibit from promise

quit put off refuse

recall result from resolve

recollect succeed in seem

recommend suffer from tend

regret talk about struggle

resent take part in swear

resist there's no point in volunteer

resume think about wait

risk warn about want

suggest work on wish

tolerate worry about would like

understand

Verbs Followed by Gerunds OR Infinitives (Similar Meaning)

can't bear He can't bear being alone. He can't bear to be alone. can't stand

Nancy can't stand working the late shift.

Nancy can't stand to work the late shift.

cease The government ceased providing free health care.

The government ceased to provide free health care.

continue She continued talking. She continued to talk. hate He hates cleaning dishes. He hates to clean dishes. like Samantha likes reading. Samantha likes to read. love We love scuba diving. We love to scuba dive. neglect He neglected doing his daily

chores. He neglected to do his daily chores.

prefer He prefers eating at 7 PM. He prefers to eat at 7 PM. propose Drew proposed paying for the

trip. Drew proposed to pay for the trip

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Verbs Followed by Gerunds OR Infinitives (Difference in meaning Meaning)

+ gerund + infinitive attempt experiment make an effort forget I forgot locking the door.

( but I locked them) I forgot to lock the door. ( I didn’t lock them)

mean Sth that exists, have significance This means working a lot.

Have an intention to do it I meant to call tou, but I didn’t have time.

regret I regret quitting my job last year.

I regret to inform you that you are fired.

remember She remembered seeing him somewhere before.

Please, remember to bring your essays tomorrow.

try Try calling him! I tried to open the door, but it was stuck.

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