Use the right pronoun to complete the sentences.
1. Pete is ill. He asked me to hand in _____ paper.
2. Do you see that man? Do you know _____?
3. I don’t recognize these boys. Have you ever met ______?
4. Ann, have you found the article? Have ____translated _____?
5. My dog Rex is here. But where is _____ dog-collar?
You want the missing information (?). Write questions.
0. ? spends a lot of time online. Who spends a lot of time online?
1. there are ? on the table. __________________________
2. it is ? mobile phone. __________________________
3. I met ? on my way home. __________________________
4. ? bought a new DVD player. __________________________
5. we had to do? __________________________
Put in few/a few/little/a little.
1. Would you mind if I ask you ______ questions about your journey?
2. At his new school he met _____ students whom he knew well.
3. My mother knows ______ French, so she can’t help me with this article.
4. They are always quarrelling. They both have _____ patience.
5. I have ______ money. I can’t pay for the Internet right now.
6. He gave us ______ advice and we followed it.
7. She passed her exams. I think she has _____ free time now.
8. I can’t make up my mind right now. I need _____ time to think.
9. Listen carefully! I’m going to give you ______ useful information.
10. Could you spare me _____ minutes?
Write the conversation with the correct punctuation.
Kate is talking to her friend Ann.
s o r r y i f o r g o t t o c a l l y o u n e v e r m i n d i t w a s n o t i m p o r t
a n t h o n es t l y
Kate: Sorry ___________________
1. his; 2. him; 3. them; 4. you, it; 5. its/his
1. What are there on the table?
2. Whose mobile phone is it?
3. Who did you meet on your way home?
4. Who bought a new DVD player?
5. What did you have to do?
1. a few; 2. few/a few; 3. little; 4. little; 5. little; 6. a little; 7. a little; 8. a
little; 9. a little; 10. a few
Kate: Sorry, I forgot to call you.
Ann: Never mind. It was not important, honestly.
By Youdif Boyarskaya,
School No. 814, Moscow