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Danijela Jambrušić
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Danijela Jambrušić
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English Quiz on UNIt 4 NBB6, created by Danijela Jambrušić on 02/24/2019.

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Question 1

Question
Fill in the blanks with the verb in the brackets in GOING TO FUTURE tense. Na praznine upiši glagol iz zagrade u Going to Future. NE upotrebljavaj skraćeni oblik npr. isn't, aren't. 1) It [blank_start]is going to rain[blank_end]! Look at the clouds. (RAIN) 2) Sonja [blank_start]is going to eat[blank_end] pasta for dinner tonight. (EAT) 3) Next Friday, we [blank_start]are not going to watch[blank_end] TV. (NOT WATCH) 4) What [blank_start]are[blank_end] you [blank_start]going to do[blank_end] tomorrow? (DO) 5) [blank_start]Is[blank_end] Rosa [blank_start]going to visit[blank_end] the museum? (VISIT) 6) I [blank_start]am going to[blank_end] Pula next summer. (GO) 7) He [blank_start]is not going to buy[blank_end] those jeans. (NOT BUY)
Answer
  • is going to rain
  • is going to eat
  • are
  • going to do
  • going to visit
  • is not going to buy
  • are not going to watch
  • am going to
  • Is

Question 2

Question
Comparison of adjectives 1) Albert Einstein is [blank_start]more intelligent[blank_end] than me. (INTELLIGENT) 2) My dog is [blank_start]the most beautiful[blank_end] dog in the street. (BEAUTIFUL) 3) Carlos thinks Ella is [blank_start]the prettiest[blank_end] girl in the school. (PRETTY) 4) Larry Smith is [blank_start]the worst[blank_end] actor in Hollywood. (BAD) 5) Jenny is [blank_start]braver[blank_end] than her cousin Alisa even though she is [blank_start]younger[blank_end] than her. (BRAVE, YOUNG) 6) I really like this dress. It is [blank_start]the loveliest[blank_end] in the store. (LOVELY) 7) People in Africa are [blank_start]the poorest[blank_end] in the world. (POOR) 8) Skiing is [blank_start]more difficult[blank_end] than sledging. (DIFFICULT)
Answer
  • more intelligent
  • the most beautiful
  • the prettiest
  • the worst
  • braver
  • younger
  • the loveliest
  • the poorest
  • more difficult

Question 3

Question
Name the things in the kitchen. Use a dictionary if you need it.
Answer
  • a cooker
  • an oven
  • a sink
  • drawers
  • a fridge
  • cupboards
  • faucet / tap
  • a microwave oven

Question 4

Question
Name the furniture. Describe the picture. Start the sentence with There is.... There are.... Use the words; on, in, under, above, behind, in front of, next to, near.
Answer
  • a bunk bed
  • a ladder
  • a bookcase
  • a carpet
  • a baseball bat
  • a pinboard

Question 5

Question
Use: A, AN, THE, - . My friend Petra lives in [blank_start]a[blank_end] house. [blank_start]The[blank_end] house is big and it has got three floors. There is [blank_start]a[blank_end] garden in front of it. [blank_start]The[blank_end] garden is beautiful. There are many nice [blank_start]-[blank_end] flowers in the garden. Her room is on [blank_start]the[blank_end] second floor. [blank_start]The[blank_end] room is big and there are [blank_start]-[blank_end] four pinboards on the wall. She has got [blank_start]a[blank_end] poster with zebra. There is also [blank_start]a[blank_end] big painting on [blank_start]the[blank_end] wall. [blank_start]The[blank_end] painting has got [blank_start]an[blank_end] orange frame. Petra wants to be [blank_start]a[blank_end] vet and work with [blank_start]-[blank_end] animals.
Answer
  • a
  • an
  • the
  • The
  • A
  • -
  • a
  • an
  • the
  • -
  • The
  • -
  • A
  • -
  • a
  • the
  • the
  • -
  • a
  • The
  • A
  • -
  • -
  • a
  • the
  • a
  • an
  • the
  • -
  • a
  • the
  • -
  • the
  • -
  • a
  • The
  • A
  • -
  • an
  • a
  • the
  • -
  • a
  • an
  • the
  • -
  • -
  • an
  • a
  • the
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