I AM BUSY AT THE MOMENT. I____________ ON THE COMPUTER.
I NEED TO BUY _______________
I _____________ FOR THREE COMPANIES IN MY LIFE.
WE _________________ TO IRELAND FOR OUR HOLIDAYS LAST YEAR.
OUR FRIENDS _____________ MEET US AT THE AIRPORT TONIGHT.
WE HAVENT HAD A HOLIDAY FOR ________ TIME.
AT THIS TIME TOMORROW _________ OVER THE ATLANTIC.
SOMEONE SUGGESTED ____________ FOR A WALK.
THE DRIVER WAS ARRESTED FOR FAILING ______________ THE ACCIDENT.
._____________ I CARRY THE BAG FOR YOU?
Choose the sentence which DOES NOT mean the same as the key sentence.
THE PRICE OF DINNER WAS REASONABLE
I DONT THINK THIS HOSTEL IS SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN.
Read the text and answer the questions below.
A hurricane is a very powerful rotating storm, also known as a typhoon or a cyclone. These storms can be huge, creating immense damage. These storms usually occur in America, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. A storm is usually classified as a hurricane when the wind speed reaches over 74 miles per hour (force 12). A hurricane is accompanied with heavy rainfall. The centre of the hurricane is known as the eye of the storm. During a hurricane trees can be uprooted, roofs can be blown off houses and windows can be broken. It is advisable to stay indoors during a hurricane. The UK does not usually have hurricane storms. The worst storm in the UK since 1703 happened in 1987. A violent storm hit Southern England with winds reaching 122 miles per hour. Technically the storm was not a hurricane but millions of trees were uprooted, roads were blocked with fallen trees and hundreds of homes lost their roofs.
WHAT OTHER NAMES ARE USED FOR HURRICANES?
WHAT FORCE IS USED TO CLASSIFY A HURRICANE?
WHAT IS THE CENTRE OF A HURRICANE STORM CALLED?
WHAT DO YOU THINK THE WORD IMMENSE MEANS?