GRADE 11 THE FIRST SEMESTER REVISON Put the verbs in parentheses into the correct form. 1. When we meet, Jack avoided (look) …………………….……… at me. 2. I think I hear someone (open) ………………………… the window. Do you hear it too? 3. The teacher congratulated me on (make) …………………… such a clear speech. 4. I (sleep) ……………………… …. when I was suddenly woken up by walls of fire. 5. Someone usually (phone) ………… … …… while I’m out of the office. 6. My mother doesn’t allow me (enter) …………… ……………. the garden. 7. We (arrive) ……………………….……… after the electricity had been cut. 8. I’m sorry. I planned (come) …………………………… with you, but I was to busy. 9. That was a very strange question (ask). . 10.It was very kind of you (show.) the way. 11.The teacher let him (stay). at home to finish the assignment. 12.It was quite a surprise (see). him again. 13.I overheard him (say). that he didn’t want to learn Math. (overhear: hear by chance). 14.She stood there and watched him (drive). away. 15.It was very difficult for her (drive) the motorbike. 16.I could feel the robber (come). from the backdoor. 17.I suddenly remembered that I (forget) my keys. 18.While Diana (watch) her favourite TV programme, there (be) a power cut. 19.Who (drive) the car at the time of the accident?
20.By the time Sheila (get) back, Chris (go) home. 21.David (eat) Japanese food before, so he (know) what to order. 22.I (do) some shopping yesterday, when I (see) your friend. 23.What you (do) when I (come) to your office yesterday? 24.Laura (miss) the party because no one (tell) her about it. 25.I don’t remember (tell) of the decision to change the company policy on vacations. 26.Ms Drake expects (consult) about any revisions in her manuscript before it is printed. 27.Sally gave a good speech that I couldn’t resist (applaud) loudly when she finished. 28.Tommy admitted (throw) the rock through the window. 29.Paul really didn’t mind (surprise) by the party to celebrate this fortieth birthday. 30.Anne hoped (invite) to join the private club. 31.Most people enjoy (travel) to different parts of the world. 32.May I change the TV channel, or do you want (watch) more of this programme? 33.If someone (walk) in here with a gun, I would be very frightened. 34.I’m sure he (understand) if you explain the situation to her. 35.If she hadn’t walked to the meeting, she (not be) late. 36.He always (complain) if I’m late. 37.If he spoke more clearly, we (understand) him. 38.If the woman (say) what she wanted, I wouldn’t have put the phone down. 39.If they arrived in time, they (see) the ceremony. 40.If you (ask) me, I would explain it to you. 41.It is easy (see) animals on the road in daylight. 42.I asked him (explain) but he refused (say) any thing. 43.It is pleasant (sit) by the fire at night. 44.There was no way of (get) out of the building except by (climb) down a rope. 45.It’s no good (write) to him; he never answers letters. 46.Ask him (come) in. Don’t keep him (stand) at the door. 47.We watched the children (jump) from a window and (fall) into a blanket held by people below. 48.It is very pleasant (wake) up and (hear) the rain (beat) on the windows. Write the following sentences in Reported Speech. 49. “You had better go to the doctor”. He urged me 50. “You’ve got to lend me some money!” Page 1 THE FIRST SEMESTER GRADE 11 THE FIRST SEMESTER REVISON He begged me 51. “Give me your homework.” The teacher told us 52. “Please, don’t smoke in my car.” He asked us
53. “I’ll buy you an ice-cream.” My Dad promised 54. “Would you like to have a drink with me?” He invited me 55. “You should give up smoking.” The doctor advised me 56. “Don’t shoot.” The General ordered us Write the following sentences in Reported Speech. 57. “It was really kind of you to help me.” Mary said to you. Mary thanked me 58. “I’ll drive you to the airport.” John said to Linda. John insisted 59. “You have passed the final exams. Congratulations!” Jim said to you Jim congratulated me 60. “It was nice of you to invite me to the dinner. Thank you”, Miss White said to Peter. Miss White thanked 61. “Don’t play with the matches!” I said to Jack. I warned 62. “I’m sorry I didn’t phone you earlier”, Margaret said to you. Margaret apologized 63. “I have always wanted to be a pilot”, Paul said to you. Paul has always dreamed of 64. “You didn’t do what I said”, the mother said to her son. The mother accused Fill in the blanks with the pronouns: one(s), someone, anyone, no one, or every one. 65.Nearly on the Internet uses e-mail to communicate with each other. 66 has left their bag behind. 67.I’ve got some stamps here. Which is the you like? 68.Was there you knew at the meeting? 69.Goodbye, . I’ll see you next week. 70.Does else want to come? 71.Would you make a copy for in the office and a few extra for the visitors? 72.There’s at the door. Rewrite sentences. 73.I’m pleased to attend your 25 th wedding anniversary. I’m looking 74.He made an effort to reach to the station on time. He tried 75.The boy said that he hadn’t stolen the money. The boy denied 76.She never talked to me again after I forgot her birthday. She stopped 77.We spent ages preparing for the party on Christmas Eve. It took 78.Is it all right if I open the window and turn on the fan. Do you mind 79.“ I didn’t break the window”, the boy said Page 2 THE FIRST SEMESTER GRADE 11 THE FIRST SEMESTER REVISON The boy denied 80.They made us prepare refreshments for the party. We were 81.They had a good meal and then went to dance. After they 82.I’d rather drive than be driven. I prefer 83.The volunteers couldn’t mow the old lady’s lawns because of the rain. The rain prevented 84. “ Don’t touch the switch, Peter,” I said. I warned 85.“ read it before you sign it’ he said to his client. He advised 86.Will you help me , please” She said “ I can’t reach the top shelf” She asked 87. “ Don’t forget to prune the roses” said my aunt. My aunt reminded 88. “ Would you like me to help you with the cooking , Tom” Laura said. Laura offered 89. “ If you don’t pay the ransom , We’ll kill the boy” said the kidnapper The kidnapper threatened 90. “ I won’t answer any questions “ said the suspect. The suspect refused 91. “ all right I’ll wait a week” Paul said. Paul agreed 92. “ Would you like to go camping with us next weekend” said Minh to Phong. Minh invited 93. “ I’m sorry I’m late” said Mr Thanh. Mr Thanh apologized 94. “ you were cheating” said David to Henry. David accused 95. “ I must see the manager” he cried. He insisted “ If you want to take my bike , you should have asked me first” said Mike to his brother. Mike criticized 96. “ You won the scholarship . Congratulation,” Mary told me. Mary congratulated 97. “ It was very kind of you to help me with my homework” Lan said to Hoa. Lan thanked 98. “ Shall we walk there? It’s not far” he said. He proposed 99.“ Turn off the computer. You are not allowed to play the game now.” Ba’s mother said. Ba’s mother prevented 100. “ How about giving Tom a T- shirt on his birthday to night” said Jane. Jane suggested 101. “ If I catch the plane I’ll be home by five, ” he said. He said 102. “ If I had had my mobile yesterday , I would have contacted you,” my mother said. My mother said 103. “ If I don’t practice my English I won’t get any better,” she said. She said 104. “ I would have been in bad trouble if Jane hadn’t helped me, ” he said. He said Page 3 THE FIRST SEMESTER GRADE 11 THE FIRST SEMESTER REVISON 105. “ If the weather is fine, I will go on a picnic with my friends,” she said to me. – She told me that 106. “ What would you do if you had three days off ?” I asked him. -I asked him ……………………… Exercise 1. Rewrite each of the following sentences in reported speech.Using advise, beg, introduce, invite, offer, order, promise, remind, tell, warn. 107. “Remember to write to me soon,” she said to me. She reminded 108. “You’d better spend more time learning to write,” I said to the boy. I advised 109. “Would you like to have dinner with us tonight,” Mike said. – Mike invited 110. “Please, please turn off the T.V, John,” said Tom. Tom begged 111. “Don’t lean your bicycle against my windows, boys,” said the shopkeeper. The shopkeeper warned 112. “Open the safe,” the robber said to the bank clerk. The robber ordered 113. “ Leave this spaces clear,” the notice said. The noticed told 114. “Mr.Brown, this is Miss White,” he said. He introduced 115. “ Shall I open the window for you?” he said. He told 116. “ I’ll wait for you. I promise,” he said to me. He promised 117. “ Would you like to come with me?” John said. He invited 118. “ Don’t worry. Of course you can take a holiday,” John said. John ressured me that 119. “ Don’t forget to take the holiday,” John said. John reminded 120. “ You should take a holiday,” John said. John advised 121. “Are you going to take a holiday?” John said. John asked whether 122. “ It’s all right by me if you take a holiday,” John said. John agreed that 123. “ Actually, I’d rather you took a holiday,” John said. John prefered that 124. “I thought you were going to take a holiday” John said. John expected 125. “ Taking a holiday would be a good idea” John said John proposed that 126. “ You really must take a holiday,” John said. John insisted that 127. “ Don’t touch that switch, Peter.” I said I warned 128. “ Read it before you sign it” he said to his client. He advised 129. “ Will you help me, please?” he said, “ I can’t reach the top shelf” She asked 130. “ Please do as I say, “ he said to me. He begged Page 4 THE FIRST SEMESTER GRADE 11 THE FIRST SEMESTER REVISON 131. “ Don’t forget to prune the roses” said my aunt. My aunt reminded 132. “ Would you like me to help you with the cooking, Tom?” Laura said. Laura offered 133. “ If you don’t pay the rasom, we’ll kill the boy” said the kidnapper. The kinapper threatened 134. “ I won’t answer any questions” Paul said Paul agreed 135. “ Would you like to go camping with us next weekend?” said Minh to Phong. Minh invited 136. “ Don’t forget to join in the contest tomorrow morning” Lan said. Lan reminded 137. “ Would you like me to clean the room for you” she said She offered 138. “If I were you, I would join the voluntary team tomorrow, Tom.” said Mike. Mike advised Exercise 2. Rewrite the following sentences with Gerund 139. “ Why don’t you organize an English competition for our student?” said Ms Lien. Ms Lien suggested 140. “ I’m sorry I’m late, said Mr Thanh. Mr Thanh apologized 141. “Me? No, I didn’t take Sue’s calculator” Said Bob. Bob denied 142. “ You were cheating” said David to Henry. David accused 143. “ I must see the manager.” he cried. He insisted 144. “ If you wanted to take my bike, you should have asked me first” said Mike to his brother. Mike criticized 145. “ You won the scholarship. Congratulation,” Mary told me. Mary congratulated 146. “ It was kind of you to help me with my homework” Lan said to Hoa. Lan thanked 147. “ Shall we walk there? It’s not far,” he said. He proposed 148. “ turn off the computer. You are not allowed to play game now,” Dick mother said. Dick’s mother prevented 149. “ I’m sorry that I broke the glass,” said Peter. ( apologized) Peter 150. “ You should have waited for us,” the team leader said to John. ( criticized) 151. “ Let’s invite Mr. Brown to the party next weekend” he said. ( suggested) 152. “ You stole the jewels” the inspector said to him.( accused) 153. “ I only borrowed your car for some hours” the man said. (admitted) 154. “ I’m sorry I damaged your tape recorder, Mike.” Said Bob. Bob apologized 155. “ You damaged my camera’ said Jane to Henry. Jane accused Exercise 3. Rewrite the following sentences with Infinitive or Gerund 156. “ I will bring the sandwiches to the party” said Helen. Page 5 THE FIRST SEMESTER GRADE 11 THE FIRST SEMESTER REVISON Helen offered 157. “ Let’s all go to Lisbon!” they said. They suggested 158. “ You’d better leave that old flat,” my mother told us. My mother advised 159. “ Please let me go to Martin’s house!” Said Muriel three times. Muriel insisted 160. “ It was you and only you who stole the cake from the fridge” my mother told my sister. My mother accused 161. “I’m awful sorry, I will never again use your car without permission” she said almost crying. She apologized 162. “ Don’t cross the river, it’s full of crocodiles” They warned 163. “I’m sorry I’m late” He apologized 164. “ I think you’d better drink the medicine” the doctor said. The doctor advised 165. “Let’s eat something and then go for a stroll” she said. She suggested 166. “ Don’t worry, I’ll pay for the drink” He insisted 167. “ Yes, it was me who ate all the cake” She admitted 168. “Red wine is the best option for this dish” The waiter advised 169. “ Why don’t we go for a walk”? She suggested 170. “ I wasn’t anywhere near the scene of the crime. The accused claimed 171. “ This spot is the best place for a picnic.” My father said 172. “ The swallows return every spring and fly past my window.” She explained 173. “ Can you answer the phone? I’m having a shower.” He asked his son 174. “ I gave you my homework last week.” The boy insisted 175. “ Could you come and pick me up from school today, Dad?” Bill asked 176. “ If I were you, I wouldn’t drink so much” He advised his friend 177. “ I won’t help you because you didn’t help me” a. Joan said b. Joan refused 178. “ I’ll bring it back tomorrow” He said He promised Exercise 4. Restate the given sentences. Choose the most suitable reporting verb in brackets. Make it active or passive as appropriate. 179. The girl said to Jim, “ Would you give your book to Mary?” ( ask, tell order) The girl 180. The little said to her father, “ Daddy, I really like tricycle. Can we buy it?” (require, ask, advise) Everyone Page 6 THE FIRST SEMESTER GRADE 11 THE FIRST SEMESTER REVISON 181. The sign on the side door says, “ Do not enter,” so we have to use a different door. ( ask, remind, force). Nobody 182. Before Bobby went to bed, his father said, “ Don’t forget to brush your teeth” (invite, allow, remind). Before Bobby went to bed, his father 183. The factory manager said to the employees” Don’t come late. If you do, you will lose your work” ( ask, warn, encourage) The employees 184. When I asked the nurse about my skin rash, she said, “ You should consult dermatologist” (ask, advise) The nurse 185. “ I will not tell anyone else about our plan.” He said to me ( order, promise, warn). He 186. “ Okay, you can go alone to Hanoi this summer” ( warn, persuade, agree) My parents 187. “ Don’t worry. If your car breaks down, I will give you a lift home.” (agree, order, offer) My friend’s brother 188. Under the law, drivers and all passengers must wear seat belt while in a moving vehicle.(encourage, require, permit). Drivers and all passengers Exercise 5. Choose the most suitable verb form the box to report each of the sentences. Remember they all follow the pattern verb + to – infinitive. promise, ask, order, remind, advise, encourage, bed, invite, warn, allow 189. “ Could you possible do for me a favour?” She said to Tom. She 190. “ Come and have dinner with us” Rosy said to John. Rosy 191. “ Don’t forget to post the letter,” my wife said to me. My wife 192. The man said the boys, “Don’t swim in the lake without an adult present”. The boy 193. He said to me, “ It would be best if you limited the sugar consumption.” He 194. “ You must a fine of one hundred pounds” the judge said to Edward. The judge 195. “ Please don’t tell him about my absence from class yesterday” she said to me. She 196. My parents often said to me “ Good for you! It’s good to be independent” My parents often 197. Mrs. Jones said to her children” Each of you may have one piece of candy”. Mrs. Jones 198. “ I wont be late next time” Mary said to the teacher. Mary Exercise 6. Rewrite these sentences below, using the words in blankets. 199. He said to her, “ Come to the party. You’ll enjoy it,” (persuade ) 200. He said to me, “ I’ll lend you some money if you like”. (offer) 201. He said to us “ Why don’t you have a holiday in my country cottage?”(invite) 202. “ All right. I’ll help you” Tom said to Joe.(agree) 203. “ I’ll tell you the truth” Tom said to Joe. Page 7 THE FIRST SEMESTER GRADE 11 THE FIRST SEMESTER REVISON 204. “ Whatever you do, don’t walk on the grass” the safeguard said to the tourists. (warn) 205. “You must pay for the damage you’ve done,” she said. So I paid (make) 206. “ I haven’t done anything wrong,” Tom said. (deny) 207. “ No, I won’t talk to the lawyer,” Tom said. ( refuse) 208. “ Yes, I did drive too fast through the town, she said (admit) 209. “ You damage my sweater, Tom” said Ben. Ben accused 210. Many people feel like taking part in the Boston Marathon. Many people look 211. “ Stop speeding or you will get a ticket” said the traffic warden to the driver. The traffic warden warned 212. “ Please do go to the movies with me tonight.” said Aunt Fancy. Aunt Fancy persuaded me 213. “ Why don’t we work and keep ourselves from starving?” said Mike. Mike suggested 214. “ Go on holiday when the weather gets warmer,” she told him.(advise) 215. “ Keep out of this room at all time,” she said to them. (warn) 216. “Remember to post those letters” he said to me. (remind) 217. “ If you can’t find anyone else,I’ll drive you you to the airport” he said to me. (volunteer) 218. “ If you don’t give me a pay rise, I’ll resign,” he said to me.(threaten) 219. “ You’ve broken my radio,Frank!” said Jane. Jane accused 220. “ You should have waited for us” the team leader said to John. The team leader criticized 221. “ It certainly wasn’t me who took your car!” said Bob. Bob denied 222. ´Shall we go to Paris for the weekend?” Mary said to me. Mary suggested 223. “ I saw Megan in town,” he said. He metioned 224. “ Be careful of malefactors and don’t go out at night alone” (warn) 225. “ Nam, you shouldn’t spend so much money on gambling” (advise) 226. ‘ Would you like to have lunch with me today”(invite) 227. “Why don’t you open a bank account” (encourage) 228. “ Remember to book a table in advance”( remind) 229. “ Fasten your seat belts” (tell) 230. “ I’ll offer you some more wine tomorrow”( promise) Page 8 THE FIRST SEMESTER