1. I love (spend) time with my family.
2. I enjoy (read) a good book.
3. I like (listen) a variety of music.
4. I like (listen) to rock music.
5. I prefer (run) to (walk).
There are too many
isn't enough( too many, too much, aren't enough, isn't enough ) reality TV shows.
7. There too much
aren't enough( too much, isn't enough, too many, aren't enough ) educational shows for children on TV.
8. It probably rain tomorrow.
9. We be able to use solar energy.
10. He definitely come to the meeting.
11. They definitely go back to the beach this year.
12. I be able get some tickets.
A famous person
Children or animals
To another country
15. Work with
17. Fly in
19. call / a / me / give
20. soon / see / I / you
21. worry / don't
22. it / forward / to / I'm / looking
TEACHER OF THE YEAR
A social studies teacher from the state of California has been honored as the National Teacher of the Year. President Bush presented the award to retired Army officer Chauncey Veatch at a ceremony at the White House last week. The president praised Mister Veatch for serving both the children and the nation well. In accepting his award, Mister Veatch urged others to become teachers. He praised teaching as a way to become part of America's future. He spoke in English and Spanish. Mister Veatch teaches at Coachella Valley High School in Thermal, California. Most of his students have families who speak Spanish. Many of the families are farm workers who move from place to place to pick grapes. Mister Veatch is the son of a military family who also moved often. As a child he once attended five different schools in four states during a single school year. Mister Veatch's students have won competitions on science, spelling and mathematics. They also have earned scholarships -- money to attend universities. This year, half of his thirty-four students said they want to become teachers. Mister Veatch is fifty-four years old. Before becoming a teacher, he served for twenty-two years as an Army officer. He was a medical administrator. After retiring from the Army in 1995, he became interested in teaching. He ask the local school system if he could be a substitute teacher. He had never taught before. Still, the school system gave him a job teaching science and mathematics to middle-school students. Mister Veatch, attended university classes at night, on weekends and during the summers. After three years, he completed the training required to become a permanent teacher.
23. What is this article about?
A new single
And award given to a teacher
A new way to recruit teachers in the USA
24. Where does Mr. Veatch live?
25. Why did Mr. Veatch go to the White House?
Because he rescued someone
Because he is a good teacher
Because he was the organizer of a big concert
26. When he was young Mr. Veatch attended a lot of schools.
27. Why did Mr. Veatch make his speech in English and Spanish?
Because he lived in Spain for 20 years.
Because he doesn't speak English very well.
Because most of his students come from Spanish-speaking families.
28. Mr Veatch's students are very good students.
29. All his students want to become teachers.
30. Mr Veatch has always been a teacher.
31. Mr Veatch studied very hard to become a teacher.
Match these verbs often used with TVs or other machines.
32. Switch over...
Increase the volume
Reduce the volume
Change the TV channel
Start a machine
Stop a machine / light
33. Switch / turn of
34. Turn up...
35. Turn down...
36. Switch / turn on
38. N T
Complete the following prepositions of place.
38. A R M
39. B T W N
40. B H D
41. I N O F
Still, yet & ever
42. haven't / heard / still / I / boss / my / from
43. Lisa / finished / has / homework / yet? / her
44. person / you / met / have / ever / famous / a
FOR & SINCE
45. He's been the manager since
for( since, for ) 2001
46. We have studied German for
since( for, since ) 3 years.
47. I've had this for
since( for, since ) 1989.
Jack has been a doctor since
for( since, for ) 1999.
BEEN or GONE?
49. Sarah have been
has been( have been, has gone, have gone, has been ) to the store. She will be back soon.
50. Sam and Jane have been
has been( have been, has gone, have gone, has been ) to Canada many times. They're planning to go again.