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Teil 3

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Teil 3

Grammar

Read the following story and do the task. Decide which words are missing in items 1 - 15. Then tick the correct answer.
A Bear Called Paddington
Mr and Mrs Brown first met Paddington on a railway platform. In fact, that was how he came to have (1) unusual name for a bear, for Paddington was the name of the station.
The Browns were there to meet their daughter Judy, (2) was coming home from school for the holidays. It was a warm summer day and the station was crowded with people on their way to the seaside. There was so (3) noise that Mr Brown, who saw him first, had to tell his wife several times before she (4) . "A bear? A bear with a hat? At Paddington Station?"
Mrs Brown looked at her hubsand in amazement. "Henry, (5) silly. There can't be!" "But there is," he insisted. Without (6) for a reply, he pushed her through the crowd, round a trolley laden with chocolate and cups of tea, towards the Lost Property Office. "There you are," he announced triumphantly, "I told you (7) !" Mrs Brown followed the direction of his arm and dimly made out a small, furry object in the shadows. "Why, Henry," she exclaimed. "I believe you were right after all. It is a bear!" It was brown in color and it was wearing a most odd-looking hat, just as Mr Brown (8) .
Seeing that something was expected of it, the bear stood up and (9) raised its hat, revealng two black ears. "Good afternoon," it said, in a small, clear voice. "Er… good afternoon," replied Mr Brown doubtfully. "Can I help you?" asked the bear.
Mr Brown looked (10) embarrassed. "Well - no. As a matter of fact, we were wondering (11) we could help you." Mrs Brown bent down. "You're a very small bear," she said. The bear puffed out its chest. "I am a very rare sort of bear," he replied importantly.
"there aren't many of us left where I come from." "And where would that be?" asked Mrs Brown. "I (12) live with my Aunt Luxy in Peru, but she had to go into a home for retired bears."
"You don't mean to say you've come all the way from South America by yourself?" exclaimed Mrs Brown. The bear nodded. "Aunt Lucy (13) she wanted me to emigrate when I was old enough. That's why she taught me the English language."
"But what (14) now?" said Mr Brown. "You can't just sit at Paddington Station waiting for something to happen." "Oh, I shall be fine…" The bear bent down to his suitcase. As he did so, Mrs Brown caught a glimpse of the writing on the label. It just said PLEASE LOOK (15) THIS BEAR. THANK YOU.
1.
such
such a
such an
2.
whose
which
who
3.
many
lots of
much
4.
has understood
understands
understood
5.
mustn't be
be not
don't be
6.
to wait
wait
waiting
7.
it
so
such
8.
has said
had said
will have said
9.
polite
politely
politeness
10.
little
rather
something
11.
if
that
what
12.
am used to
use to
used to
13.
said
said us
told
14.
are you going to do
do you do
have you done
15.
after
for
of
#grammar#useofenglish

Vocabulary

Read the following blog and decide which word is missing in each gap. Write the correct word in the gap.
aware - cook - destroys - die - easier - escape - hiddem - hundreds - involve - jumper - latest - sure - made - perhaps - possibilities - solve - spend - recipe - umbrella - come
aware - cook - destroys - die - easier - escape - hiddem - hundreds - involve - jumper - latest - sure - made - perhaps - possibilities - solve - spend - recipe - umbrella - come
In today's world we are constantly surrounded by technology. It is true to say that technology makes our lives (1) . However, increasingly scientiests are saying that we need to give ourselves a break - otherwise we put ourselves at risk of developing (2) of health problems. Over the summer the days are longer, sunnier and free from school. So why not put all that free time to good use and do something that doesn't (3) technology?
To begin with, you could learn a new skill. There are lots of (4) : crafts, cooking, learning a musical instrument or a new sport. Maybe you've always wanted to try out that delicious (5) , but haven't had time? Perhaps you would like learning how to knit, so you can have a woolly (6) to keep you warm in autumn? You could use your free time to learn something new and - who knows? - (7) it'll lead to an exciting opportunity in the future.
If you want to make your wish (8) true, why not head to a beach? Relax on the sand or go for a walk along the coastline, but be (9) of the tides! And make (10) you bring along your favourite book. If you don't live near a beach, you could go to your local park. Bring a picnic with you or try and identify some wildlife.
Little things, like challenging yourself to (11) a crossword or a Sudoku, are a great place to start. You could even check out the (12) trend: colouring books for adults. Colouring is surprisingly therapeutic, and it can be a nice way to (13) from the stress of modern life!
Whatever you choose to do with your summer, try out something new! You might surprise yourself and find a (14) talent within you; you might make new friends along the way. Next time you find yourself aimlessly channel-hopping, think about what else you could (15) your time doing.
#useofenglish
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Teil 3

Grammar

$\blacktriangleright$  Tick the correct answer
1.
such
such a
such an
2.
whose
which
who
3.
many
lots of
much
4.
has understood
understands
understood
5.
mustn't be
be not
don't be
6.
to wait
wait
waiting
7.
it
so
such
8.
has said
had said
will have said
9.
polite
politely
politeness
10.
little
rather
something
11.
if
that
what
12.
am used to
use to
used to
13.
said
said us
told
14.
are you going to do
do you do
have you done
15.
after
for
of

Vocabulary

$\blacktriangleright$  Fill in the gaps
In today's world we are constantly surrounded by technology. It is true to say that technology makes our lives (1) easier. However, increasingly scientists are saying that we need to give ourselves a break - otherwise we put ourselves at risk of developing (2) hundreds of health problems. Over the summer the days are longer, sunnier and free from school. So why not put all that free time to good use and do something that doesn't (3) involve technology?
To begin with, you could learn a new skill. There are lots of (4) possibilities: crafts, cooking, learning a musical instrument or a new sport. Maybe you've always wanted to try out that delicious (5) recipe, but haven't had time? Perhaps you would like learning how to knit, so you can have a woolly (6) jumper to keep you warm in autumn? You could use your free time to learn something new and - who knows? - (7) perhaps it'll lead to an exciting opportunity in the future.
If you want to make your wish (8) come true, why not head to a beach? Relax on the sand or go for a walk along the coastline, but be (9) aware of the tides! And make (10) sure you bring along your favourite book. If you don't live near a beach, you could go to your local park. Bring a picnic with you or try and identify some wildlife.
Little things, like challenging yourself to (11) solve a crossword or a Sudoku, are a great place to start. You could even check out the (12) latest trend: colouring books for adults. Colouring is surprisingly therapeutic, and it can be a nice way to (13) escape from the stress of modern life!
Whatever you choose to do with your summer, try out something new! You might surprise yourself and find a (14) hidden talent within you; you might make new friends along the way. Next time you find yourself aimlessly channel-hopping, think about what else you could (15) spend your time doing.
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