Урок 3

Listening Three

Identifying Affirmative and Negative Sentences

  1. Affirmative or Negative Verbs? Listen and circle the sentences you hear.
  2. They (are/aren’t) much older than me.
  3. He (is/isn’t) ale to do it.
  4. We (have/haven’t) been interested in it for a time.
  5. We (were/weren’t) surprised at finding the house empty.
  6. She (has/hasn’t) got an American accent.
  7. Many of us (were/weren’t) watching the game.
  8. I (was/wasn’t) bored listening to him.
  9. They (will/won’t) be determined to carry on.
  10. The children (were/weren’t0 delighted to go on a trip.
  11. I (have/haven’t) got much to say.

 

  1. Affirmative or Negative Modals?
  2. He (could/couldn’t) decide what to do.
  3. You (should/shouldn’t) leave the door open.
  4. These animals (can/can’t) climb well.
  5. Cars (must/mustn’t) be parked in front of the entrance.
  6. Such frost (can/can’t) kill the flowers.
  7. You (should/shouldn’t) press him to do it.
  8. The pilot (could/couldn’t) land the airliner safely.
  9. I (must/mustn’t) tidy the room before the guests arrive.
  10. I say you (should/shouldn’t) do it at once.
  11. The planets (can/can’t) influence human character.

 

  1. Positive or Negative Adjectives?
  2. He was (aware/unaware) of my presence in the house.
  3. She did her best to give (a coloured/an uncoloured) description of events.
  4. Those were (personal/impersonal) remarks, weren’t they?
  5. It was an (important/unimportant) matter.
  6. Has it been an (official/unofficial) strike?
  7. He felt (certain/uncertain) about what to do next.
  8. It’s (convenient/inconvenient) for them to live in such a small house.
  9. He has an (educated/uneducated) mind.
  10. He is an (attentive/inattentive0 listener.
  11. His face is not (familiar/unfamiliar) to me.

 

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