Choose the correct words to complete the sentences. ‘1)(Every / Each) of you will need to decide on your project soon,’ said the teacher.
2)A (little / Little) rain would be very welcome right now – it’s so hot and dry.
3)Ten years ago there were twenty-five of the species left; today there are( neither / none.)
4)(Every / Each) student I’ve spoken to was happy with the course.
5)Unfortunately, (a few / few )colleges are still offering the animal science course.
6)Brian and Sue both attempted to reconnect the battery, (but either / neither) could do it.
7)The great thing about this invention is it uses( little / few) energy.
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speaks german. 8. i know him well. 9. he goes to the gym every day. 10. my flight leaves at6 a. m. 11. i have much free time.
waiting - my mother. she always … me at the station. a. meets b. is meeting 4. – here is your ticket, sir. your train … at 3.30. a. leaves b. is leaving 5. - hurry up! the train … in a couple of minutes! a. leaves b. is leaving
… love and … concern. 5) … three of them went for … swim, carefully avoiding … subject of charles. 6) i must say … girl has … sense of … humour, as well as … common sense. 7) charles is … special breed of … man. he is … british aristocrat.
,"i was reading this book at 5 o'clock yesterday.' he said."when i saw the car accident ,i did not stop." he said,"it rained last week." he said,"they were not able to come to the party.' she said,"he was writing a letter when i came.
glasses. 6. to do this job you speak at least two languages, 7. i help you tonight if you want. 8. they find a flat yet. they are still looking.
that you (ought to, can, have to) … help this old and miserable man. 5. my niece (can, might, should) … visit us this summer. 6. we (must, can, could) … go to venezuela for our holidays. what do you say? 7. for changing over the trains you (need to, is to, ought to) … buy another ticket. 8. with new technology you (should, can, might) … cut communication costs considerably. 9.
you (could stay, could have stayed, needn’t have stayed) … at my place when you visited london. why didn’t you do it? 10. your hands are full. (shall, will, should) … i help you?