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PS RU P1L16_WS[1] Revision 1

PS RU P1L16_WS[1] Revision 1

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REVISION (1)

Grammar
Exercise 1: Choose the most suitable answer and write its number in the brackets provided.

1. It is raining heavily. Please use umbrella. ()
(1) a (2) an

(3) the (4) and

2. Last week, each of us given an apple on Health Day. ()
(1) is (2) are
(3) was (4) were

3. Can I some noodles please? ()
()
(1) brother (2) brothers
(3) brother’s (4) brothers’

4. These cards are from my collection. They are his pride and joy.
(1) has (2) have
(3) had (4) having

5. Leon a chocolate cookie from the jar just now. ()
(1) take (2) taking
(3) takes (4) took ()

6. Uncle Roger loudly when he sleeps. ()
(1) snore (2) snored
(3) snores (4) snoring 1

7. The company John’s application in the mail yesterday.
(1) receive (2) receives
(3) received (4) receiving

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8. Jason was watching television by yesterday. ()
(1) he (2) his ()
(3) him (4) himself ()
()
9. Mandy’s father bought another set of storybooks. ()
(1) she (2) my ()
(3) he (4) her ()
()
10. The scouts marching in the rain just now.
(1) is (2) are 2
(3) was (4) were

11. The children their grandparents every weekend.
(1) visit (2) visited
(3) visits (4) visiting

12. The monkeys from tree to tree now.
(1) is swinging (2) are swinging
(3) was swinging (4) were swinging

13. Look at the dirty cupboard! There is so dust in it.
any
(1) some (2) many

(3) much (4)

14. Those books over there belongs to the princess. They are .

(1) mine (2) ours

(3) yours (4) hers

15. The snail slower than a tortoise.
(1) crawl (2) crawls
(3) crawling (4) crawled

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Exercise 2: Choose the most suitable answer and write its number in the brackets provided.

1. Susie does not like to eat .

(1) fruits (2) sweets

(3) vegetables (4) meat ()

2. Keeve enjoys playing . ()
(1) badminton (2) soccer
(3) basketball (4) tennis

3. Mother buys meat from Uncle Seng, the at the market.

(1) greengrocer (2) fishmonger

(3) florist (4) butcher ( )

4. have long necks. (2) Elephants ()
(1) Giraffes (4) Zebras
(3) Dogs

5. are used for deep sea fishing.

(1) Boats (2) Trawlers
Submarines
(3) Canoes (4) ()

6. The old man is very and walks with the aid of a walking stick.
(1) brave
(3) angry (2) strong

(4) frail ( )

7. The queen wears a on her head. ()
(1) crown (2) wreath
(3) hairpin (4) hairband

8. Be careful of the ferocious dog. It will when you walk past.

(1) mew (2) hoot

(3) bark (4) neigh ( )

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Exercise 3: Choose the correct answer and write it in the blanks provided.

eat fire join pain sour
crack hiking hungry smelled grateful

Mike and Annie went (1) up the mountain. They were

(2) . However, they could not find anything to

(3) . Annie spotted some blueberries but they tasted

(4) . Mike managed to find some nuts. He tried to
(5) the hard shells but he broke his teeth. Poor Mike, he was in

great (6) .

They continued walking until they reached a river. They (7)

food being cooked and followed the trail. There were some campers and they were grilling

fish over a (8) . Mike and Susan went over to

(9) the campers who offered them some food. Mike and Susan

were (10) to the campers.

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Exercise 4: Read the passage and answer the questions that follow.

Seven-year-old Kenny sat with his mother on the sofa. He was deep in thoughts. He
wanted a pet and asked his mother if he could buy a cat from the pet store.

“No cats,” said his mother. “We cannot have any cats or dogs in our small flat.”
“Can I have a bird then?” Kenny asked. James has a parrot. It stays in a cage.”
“No, a parrot is not what we want. We need a pet that is quiet. A parrot will not be
quiet,” said his mother.
Kenny wondered what kind of pet he could keep. His mother thought hard too. “Let’s
talk to Mr Scott at the pet store,” said his mother. “He might have a quiet pet for you.”
“Great!” said Kenny.
Kenny and his mother walked to the pet store. They told the pet store owner their
problem. Mr Scott nodded his head.
“I have just the pet you’re looking for. Meet Orange, a goldfish,” he said. “Is a goldfish
one of the pets you can have in your house?”

Both Kenny and his mother nodded in delight. Together, they brought Orange home.

Adapted from: Tommy Gets a Pet by Joyce Furstenau

1. Tick () the correct answer. when he was sitting on the
Kenny was thinking about
sofa.

James’s pet

having a pet

having a cat and a dog as pets

2. Why did Kenny’s mother not let him buy a cat?

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3. Why did Kenny’s mother disagree to him having a parrot as a pet?

.

4. Who was Mr Scott? Tick () the correct answer. .
Mr Scott was

a pet store owner.
Kenny’s father.
Kenny’s brother.

5. Which two-word phrase in the passage tells us that Kenny and his mother were very
happy?

6. What did Kenny get as a pet in the end?

.

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Exercise 5: Correct each word in old for spelling and each underlined word for grammar.
Write the correct word in the relevant box.

1. 2.
Jason was alone at home. He find a box of matches. He strike a match.
3. 4.

Jason was fasceenated by the flames. The fire grew big and Jason was scared. He

threw the match in a corner and the curtains caught fire.
5.

Luckily, his mother was around to put off the fire. Jason learnt his lesson not

to play with fire again.

Exercise 6: Rearrange the words to form sentences. Begin each sentence with a capital
letter and end it with a full stop.

1. The is swarm of towards bees flying us

2. did money to not buy enough food He have

3. Australia year will to We going be next

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