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Exercices /vérification

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Exercices /vérification
Message de bernard02 posté le 17-12-2012 à 06:27:38 (S | E | F)
Bonjour à toutes et à tous,

pouvez-vous me dire, s'il vous plaît, si mes exercices suivants sont corrects?
Ils sont plus faciles que certains que j'ai diffusés récemment, mais je les ai traités un peu tard et j'étais un peu plus fatigué, surtout à la fin !
Merci d'avance.
Cordialement.

Exercises for Monday, 17th December 2012.

1 Add there, it, or they to the sentences.
1 I sometimes go to the beach. Is near my town. …................
My answer: I sometimes go to the beach. It is near my town.
2 Are many students in your class? …..........
My answer: are there many students in your class?
3 I like your hair! I think is nice. …...........
My answer: I like your hair! I think it is nice.
4 I've got a book. Are lots of photos in it. ….............
My answer: I've got a book. There are lots of photos in it.
5 I want some new shoes, but are expensive. …..............
My answer: I want some new shoes, but they are expensive.
6 Is very hot here today. ….............
My answer: it is very hot here today.
7 Is a good film on TV tonight. …........
My answer: there is a good film on TV tonight.
8 What date is today? ….........
My answer: what date is it today?

2 Look at the pictures. Write plural nouns.
1 two b..... → my answer: two books. :
2 three f.... → my answer: three fish or three fishes.
(«Fish: plural fish or fishes. Help. Fish is the usual plural form. The older form, fishes, can be used to refer to different kinds of fish.»).
3 four p.... → my answer: four people.
4 three k.... → my answer: three knives.
5 two f.... → my answer: two feet.
6 three g.... → my answer: three glasses.
7 two b.... → my answer: two babies.
8 two w.... → my answer: two women.

3 Complete the text with there's or there are.
Greg is sitting at his desk, but he's not working. (1) …........ some food on his desk and (2) …........ some water in a glass. He's having lunch. (3) ….......... some shelves above the desk and (4) ….........
a radio on the bottom shelf. (5) …............ some Russian music on the radio. Greg likes listening to the radio. He can see a field through the window. (6) …........... some sheep in the field. (7) …..........
some children in the field too. They are playing football. Greg also wants to play football, but unfortunately (8) …............ some homework in his bag. He has to do his homework before he can play football.

My answers:
Greg is sitting at his desk, but he's not working. (1) There's some food on his desk and (2) there's some water in a glass. He's having lunch. (3) There are some shelves above the desk and (4) there's a radio on the bottom shelf. (5) There's some Russian music on the radio. Greg likes listening to the radio. He can see a field through the window. (6) There are some sheep in the field. (7) There are some children in the field too. They are playing football. Greg also wants to play football, but unfortunately (8) there's some homework in his bag. He has to do his homework before he can play football.

4 Underline the correct word in each sentence.
1 Are you going to need many boxes/food?
2 There were a lot of furniture/men in the room.
3 We haven't got much hours/time.
4 He's only ten months old. He hasn't got many teeth/tooth.
5 There are lots of fish/salt in the sea.
6 There wasn't much information/people at Tourist Information.
7 There's lots of apples/fruit. Help yourselves!
8 Is there a lot of cheese/tomatoes on your pizza?

My answers:
1 Are you going to need many boxes?
2 There were a lot of men in the room.
3 We haven't got much time.
4 He's only ten months old. He hasn't got many teeth.
5 There are lots of fish in the sea.
6 There wasn't much information at Tourist Information.
7 There's lots of fruit. Help yourselves!
8 Is there a lot of cheese on your pizza?

5 Are the sentences right or wrong? Correct those which are wrong.
1 You can visit as many place as you like. ….........
2 Too much people got on the bus. …............
3 Have you got a lots of friends? …............
4 Can you pass me the oil? …...........
5 I've got a lot of homeworks this evening …................
6 I'd like a piece of cake. …............
7 How many countrys are there in Europe? …............
8 I listen to much music. …............

My answers:
1 You can visit as many place as you like. → Wrong.
The right sentence is: you can visit as many places as you like.
2 Too much people got on the bus. → Wrong.
The right sentence is: too many people got on the bus.
3 Have you got a lots of friends? → Wrong.
The right sentence is: have you got a lot of friends?
4 Can you pass me the oil? → Right sentence.
5 I've got a lot of homeworks this evening. → Wrong.
The right sentence is: I've got a lot of homework this evening.
6 I'd like a piece of cake. → Right sentence.
7 How many countrys are there in Europe? → Wrong.
The right sentence is: How many countries are there in Europe?
8 I listen to much music. → Right sentence.

Underline the correct form.
1 I'd like / I like some warmer gloves.
2 We'd like / We'd want to stay here until Monday.
3 We didn't want / We wouldn't like to stay out late last night.
4 I've got a computer, but I don't like / I wouldn't like using it for too long.
5 They'd like / They like to stay at home tomorrow.
6 My friend wants / My friend will want to visit me next week.
7 I like / I would like your new jumper. Where did you get it?
8 Do you like / Do you want a cup of coffee?

My answers:
1 I'd like some warmer gloves.
2 We'd like to stay here until Monday.
3 We didn't want to stay out late last night.
4 I've got a computer, but I don't like using it for too long.
5 They'd like to stay at home tomorrow.
6 My friend wants to visit me next week.
7 I like your new jumper. Where did you get it?
8 Do you want a cup of coffee?

How likely are these things in the future? Make sentences with these words about.
1 online relationships / be / important
2 newspapers and books / disappear
3 everyone / do their shopping online
4 most people / speak / Mandarin
5 people / stop / writing with pens
6 I / have an unexpected email in my inbox.
7 I / make a close friend online
8 I / get my dream job
9 I / move to another country
10 I / learn another language

Example : online relationships will probably be more important in the future.

My answers:
2 Newspapers and books might well disappear by the end of the century.
3 Everyone will probably do their shopping online.
4 I don't think that most people will probably speak Mandarin.
5 People will definitely stop writing with pens.
6 I may well have an unexpected email in my inbox.
7 I have likely made a close friend online.
8 I'm unlikely to get my dream job.
9 I'll definitely move to another country.
10 He'll probably learn another language.

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Modifié par bernard02 le 17-12-2012 06:28



Réponse: Exercices /vérification de gerondif, postée le 17-12-2012 à 23:50:37 (S | E)
Bonsoir,
tout semble correct sauf peut-être:
8 I listen to much music
en effet, "normalement" much et many s'emploient plutôt en forme interrogative et négative et sont remplacés par " a lot of" en forme affirmative: ( "a lot of" étant d'ailleurs correct partout)
Have you got many friends? Yes, I have got a lot of friends.
Did you spend much money ? Yes, I spent a lot of money.

Il est peu probable qu'on dise: I drink much whisky, ou I listen to much music.Ca sonne faux.Mais la règle a pu évoluer....on trouve assez souvent many en forme affirmative, je trouve que pour much, c'est plus rare.

Pour le tout dernier exercice, certaines phrases sont inattendues ou bancales.


Example : online relationships will probably be more important in the future.

My answers:
2 Newspapers and books might well disappear by the end of the century.
3 Everyone will probably do their shopping online.
4 I don't think that most people will probably speak Mandarin. (ne vont pas ensemble à mon avis)
5 People will definitely stop writing with pens.
6 I may well have an unexpected email in my inbox.(j'aurais mis I might have mais c'est mon imaginaire )
7 I have likely made a close friend online.(sens bizarre)(je pencherais plus pour l'improbable)
8 I'm unlikely to get my dream job.
9 I'll definitely move to another country.
10 He'll probably learn another language. (exemple en I)





Réponse: Exercices /vérification de bernard02, postée le 18-12-2012 à 01:29:37 (S | E)
Bonjour,

ces exercices ont été rendus ce soir (17/12 soir), voici les corrections de mon professeur d'anglais.
Cordialement et .

Exercises for Monday, 17th December 2012.

1 Add there, it, or they to the sentences.

1 I sometimes go to the beach. Is near my town. …................
My answer: I sometimes go to the beach. It is near my town.
Correction course: OK.
2 Are many students in your class? …..........
My answer: are there many students in your class?
Correction course: OK.
3 I like your hair! I think is nice. …...........
My answer: I like your hair! I think it is nice.
Correction course: OK.

4 I've got a book. Are lots of photos in it. ….............
My answer: I've got a book. There are lots of photos in it.
Correction course: OK.
5 I want some new shoes, but are expensive. …..............
My answer: I want some new shoes, but they are expensive.
Correction course: OK.
6 Is very hot here today. ….............
My answer: it is very hot here today.
Correction course: OK.
7 Is a good film on TV tonight. …........
My answer: there is a good film on TV tonight.
Correction course: OK.
8 What date is today? ….........
My answer: what date is it today?
Correction course: OK.

2 Look at the pictures. Write plural nouns.
1 two b..... → my answer: two books.
Correction course: OK.
2 three f.... → my answer: three fish or three fishes («Fish: plural fish or fishes. Help. Fish is the usual plural form. The older form, fishes, can be used to refer to different kinds of fish.»).
Correction course: three fish ("fishes" is wrong).

3 four p.... → my answer: four people.
Correction course: OK.
4 three k.... → my answer: three knives.
Correction course: OK.
5 two f.... → my answer: two feet.
Correction course: OK.

6 three g.... → my answer: three glasses.
Correction course: OK.

7 two b.... → my answer: two babies.
Correction course: OK.
8 two w.... → my answer: two women.
Correction course: OK.

3 Complete the text with there's or there are.

Greg is sitting at his desk, but he's not working. (1) …........ some food on his desk and (2) …........ some water in a glass. He's having lunch. (3) ….......... some shelves above the desk and (4) ….........
a radio on the bottom shelf. (5) …............ some Russian music on the radio. Greg likes listening to the radio. He can see a field through the window. (6) …........... some sheep in the field. (7) …..........
some children in the field too. They are playing football. Greg also wants to play football, but unfortunately (8) …............ some homework in his bag. He has to do his homework before he can play football.

My answers: Greg is sitting at his desk, but he's not working. (1) There's some food on his desk and (2) there's some water in a glass. He's having lunch. (3) There are some shelves above the desk and (4) there's a radio on the bottom shelf. (5) There's some Russian music on the radio. Greg likes listening to the radio. He can see a field through the window. (6) There are some sheep in the field. (7) There are some children in the field too. They are playing football. Greg also wants to play football, but unfortunately (8) there's some homework in his bag. He has to do his homework before he can play football.
Correction course: OK everywhere.

4 Underline the correct word in each sentence

1 Are you going to need many boxes/food?
2 There were a lot of furniture/men in the room.
3 We haven't got much hours/time.
4 He's only ten months old. He hasn't got many teeth/tooth.
5 There are lots of fish/salt in the sea.
6 There wasn't much information/people at Tourist Information.
7 There's lots of apples/fruit. Help yourselves!
8 Is there a lot of cheese/tomatoes on your pizza?
My answers:
1 Are you going to need many boxes/food?
2 There were a lot of furniture/men in the room.
3 We haven't got much hours/time.
4 He's only ten months old. He hasn't got many teeth/tooth.
5 There are lots of fish/salt in the sea.
6 There wasn't much information/people at Tourist Information.
7 There's lots of apples/fruit. Help yourselves!
8 Is there a lot of cheese/tomatoes on your pizza?
Correction course: OK everywhere.

5 Are the sentences right or wrong? Correct those which are wrong.

1 You can visit as many place as you like. ….........
2 Too much people got on the bus. …............
3 Have you got a lots of friends? …............
4 Can you pass me the oil? …...........
5 I've got a lot of homeworks this evening …................
6 I'd like a piece of cake. …............
7 How many countrys are there in Europe? …............
8 I listen to much music. …............
My answers:
1 You can visit as many place as you like. → Wrong.
The right sentence is: you can visit as many places as you like.
Correction course: OK.

2 Too much people got on the bus. → Wrong.
The right sentence is: too many people got on the bus.
Correction course: OK.

3 Have you got a lots of friends? → Wrong.
The right sentence is: have you got a lot of friends?
Correction course: OK.

4 Can you pass me the oil? → Right sentence.
Correction course: OK.

5 I've got a lot of homeworks this evening. → Wrong.
The right sentence is: I've got a lot of homework this evening.
Correction course: OK.
6 I'd like a piece of cake. → Right sentence.
Correction course: OK.

7 How many countrys are there in Europe? → Wrong.
The right sentence is: How many countries are there in Europe?
Correction course: OK.
8 I listen to much music. → Right sentence.
Correction course: I listen to a lot of music (or, I listen to lots of music).


Underline the correct form.
1 I'd like / I like some warmer gloves.
2 We'd like / We'd want to stay here until Monday.
3 We didn't want / We wouldn't like to stay out late last night.
4 I've got a computer, but I don't like / I wouldn't like using it for too long.
5 They'd like / They like to stay at home tomorrow.
6 My friend wants / My friend will want to visit me next week.
7 I like / I would like your new jumper. Where did you get it?
8 Do you like / Do you want a cup of coffee?
My answers:
1 I'd like / I like some warmer gloves.
2 We'd like / We'd want to stay here until Monday.
3 We didn't want / We wouldn't like to stay out late last night.
4 I've got a computer, but I don't like / I wouldn't like using it for too long.
5 They'd like / They like to stay at home tomorrow.
6 My friend wants / My friend will want to visit me next week.
7 I like / I would like your new jumper. Where did you get it?
8 Do you like / Do you want a cup of coffee?
Correction course: OK everywhere.

How likely are these things in the future? Make sentences with these words about.
1 online relationships / be / important
2 newspapers and books / disappear
3 everyone / do their shopping online
4 most people / speak / Mandarin
5 people / stop / writing with pens
6 I / have an unexpected email in my inbox.
7 I / make a close friend online
8 I / get my dream job
9 I / move to another country
10 I / learn another language
Example : online relationships will probably be more important in the future.
My answers:
2 Newspapers and books might well disappear by the end of the century.
Correction course: newspapers and books may well disappear by the end of the century.

3 Everyone will probably do their shopping online.
Correction course: OK.
4 I don't think that most people will probably speak Mandarin.
Correction course: most people will probably speak Mandarin.

5 People will definitely stop writing with pens.
Correction course: OK.
6 I may well have an unexpected email in my inbox.
Correction course: OK.

7 I have likely made a close friend online.
Correction course: I am likely to make a close friend online.

8 I'm unlikely to get my dream job.
Correction course: OK.

9 I'll definitely move to another country.
Correction course: OK.
10 I'll probably learn another language.
Correction course: OK.




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