26 maio 2022

Wings of Freedom – 55 questions

Imprima as perguntas que desejar, responda-as e entregue-as ao seu professor.

LESSONS 1 – 2 – 3
1) How expensive should wedding gifts be?
2) Are you going to get married to your boyfriend / girlfriend?
3) Where are you going to next weekend? Who are you meeting tomorrow?
4) What kind of reception do you like best, a sit-down dinner or a brunch?
5) Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings.
a) to take up (     ) to raise (a child)
b) to bring up (     ) to invite for a date
c) to wait on (     ) to serve
d) to ask out (     ) to occupy
6) If your best friend tells you she saw your mother dressing up, did she see the whole action or only part of it?
7) Have you ever thrown a dinner party? Do you find a candlelit dinner very romantic?
8) Choose the right option:
Our boss has made us attend lots of meetings this year.
Our boss has made us to attend lots of meetings this year.
9) Must men always shave when you go to a social event?
10) Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings.
a) to catch on (     ) to find the answer
b) to bring down (     ) to become popular
c) to figure out (     ) to make someone sad
11) What do you wish you were doing now?
12) Where did you go last weekend? Where do you wish you had gone?
13) Do you wish your parents would change the way they are? Why (not)?
14) What can’t you find in an office, a highlighter, a hole punch or a veil?
15) Match the phrasal verbs / idioms with their meanings.
a) to get rid of (     ) to cause
b) to bring about (     ) to survive
c) to get by (     ) to throw away

LESSONS 4 – 5 – 6 
1) This is an easy exercise. Do we do it easier or easily?
2) You are a hard student. Do you study hard or hardly?
3) Rewrite this sentence in the correct order: Always I go on weekends to the shopping mall with my friends. ____________________
4) Do you need only _____ kilo of chocolate?
a) a b) one c) a / one
5) How did the last recipe you tried out come out? What was it?
6) Change the following sentences to the passive voice. Use the two possible structures:

My girlfriend lent me her cell phone.
John has been reading those magazines for hours.

7) We believe that Brazil is the prettiest country ever. Brazil is believed to be the prettiest country ever.

People say that teenagers spend more money than adults.
Students think English is easier than French.

8) What’s the difference between ‘on sale’ and ‘for sale’?
9) Would you like to run a chain store or a dollar one? Why?
10) Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings.
a) to take over (     ) to gain control or responsibility for something
b) to show up (     ) to arrive or appear
c) to count on (     ) to trust someone or something
11) How often do you get cold feet before taking a test?
12) When someone cleans your house do you say?

I have my house cleaned.
I cleaned my house.

13) What places in your city have free admission?
14) The company needs (a lot of / much / many) new equipment.
15) Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings.
a) to pass out (     ) to be too afraid to do something
b) to chicken out (     ) to be ready to do something
c) to be about to (     ) to faint

LESSONS 7 – 8 – 9
1) What kinds of therapy have you tried so far?
2) How long had you been studying when you decided to take a break?
3) Have you ever undergone any surgical treatment?
4) What doesn’t a doctor do?

To check one’s ears
To prescribe cookies
To listen to one’s lungs
5) Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings.
a) to take on (     ) to catch (an illness)
b) to throw away (     ) to accept (responsibility)
c) to come down with (     ) to move by
d) to pass by (     ) to fail to use
6) When your parents are not from Africa, do you say none of them is or are from Africa?
7) Both July and August are thirty-one-day months. Which of these months is a thirty-day month?
8) Either you or your friend will get a prize at school. Will you two get a prize?
9) What awards give cash prizes to their winners?
10) Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings.
a) to check up on (     ) to get to do something bad without being punished
b) to get away with (     ) to investigate
c) to walk out on (     ) to leave someone
11) What can help you prevent wrinkles and crow’s feet?
12) Use indirect questions:

Where is your best friend? Do you know ______________.
Does he work here? Please tell me if _____________.

13) Do you know anyone who has lived to the age of 100?
14) Does a 20-year-old boy have 20 years old?
15) Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings.
a) to brag about (     ) to get extremely frightened.
b) to freak out (     ) to talk too proudly about what you have done
c) to look after (     ) to take good care of something or someone

LESSONS 10 – 11 – 12
1) Use indirect speech.

He said, “I study”. He told me he studied.
He said, “I studied”. _______________________
He said, “I was studying”. _______________________
He said, “I can study”._______________________
He said, “Study”._______________________
He said, “I am not going to study”. _______________________
He said, “Don’t study”. _______________________

2) Which natural phenomena are worse, floods or earthquakes?
3) Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings.
a) to pick out (     ) to provide
b) to cut down on (     ) to choose
c) to come up with (     ) to reduce
4) Have you ever had anything stolen? What is it?
5) Use indirect speech.

He said, “I study this morning”. He told me he studied that morning.
He said, “I brought it yesterday”. _______________________
He said, “I was studying last week”. _______________________
He said, “I will study tomorrow”._______________________
He said, “Come here now”._______________________
He said, “I am not going to study next year”. ___________________
6) Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings.
a) to be cut out (     ) to die
b) to make off with (     ) to be suited for
c) to pass away (     ) to steal
7) Which one does not belong in a courtroom, an attorney, a plaintiff or a landslide?
8) Donna’s buying a car is not going to happen because she already has a motorcycle. Is she going to have a car?
9) Follow the example:

One of my friends. A friend of mine.
One of their children. _________________
Some of Mary’s books. _________________
One of the students’ tests. _________________

10) What do ASAP, FYI, L8R and XOXO stand for?

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  • Anônimo 2 de fevereiro de 2014

    Por que não há exercícios do Expeding Horizons?

  • Maria Vitória Vieira 8 de janeiro de 2016

    muito bom,me ajudou muito a estudar!Obrigada


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