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English in Mind/Everyday English

Hi Alvina(your name)

I’m so excited. Guess what it’s my Dad’s 40th birthday next month, and so he’s taking us all to London for a weekend! Cool, eh?

We’re flying over on the Thursday evening. As soon as we arrive, we’re going on a tour of the city. They say London is really beautiful by night, and I’m really looking forward to seeing all those famous places.

On the Friday we’re going to the Tate Modern (the art gallery near the river Thames), then to the Design Museum. It’s not far from our hotel, so we’re planning to walk there. In the afternoon, we’re going on the London Eye. I can’t wait to see the Houses of Parliament from up there!

Saturday is for shopping — there’s no doubt about that! We’re going to Portobello Road first. Then in the afternoon, we’re visiting Harrods — the most famous shop in London! Dad’s not very happy about it, but I’m sure he’ll enjoy it when we’re there.

On Sunday morning we’re going to Hyde Park, and we’re flying home in the afternoon. It’s my dream trip and it’s happening! Hope everything’s OK with you. Love, Cynthia

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If I were a rich lady at first I would make all hospitals free , because I know there is a-lot of people in needs. Also I would help all homeless animals by making them small houses and finding for them owner so they will be in safe hands. And the last thing I would probably do help all soldiers that participated in the war.

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1)What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘mother’?
The picture of a beautiful sunrise
(2)Can you describe your mother in one word? Why that word?
Love, because she always giving love to others
(3)What are the biggest differences between mothers and fathers?
Mothers take care of kids more than fathers I think
(4)Do you always buy your mother a present on Mother’s Day?
Yes, I do
(5)What’s the best piece of advice your mother has given you?
She has advice my to be self-reliant
(6)In what ways do you take after your mother?
I help my mother with house work
(7)What is your mother’s biggest fault?
I think that my mom always do right decisions
(8)Is your mother more like a mother or a best friend?
I think that my mother is a best friend and mother too
(9)What do/did your mother and you argue about?
We argue because of my sister
(10)What do you think of Mother’s Day? Is it necessary?
I think that Mothers Day is very good day, because they get presents wich make them happy

We should celebrate and be thankful to our mothers every day of the year but, unfortunately, we often forget in our busy and fast-paced lives. This is one day of the year when we must not. This is one day of the year when we must all say to our mothers, ‘Thank you for everything.’

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English test in class

Fill in the correct form of the words in brackets (comparative or superlative).

  1. My house is (big) bigger than yours.
  2. This flower is (beautiful) more beautiful than that one.
  3. This is the (interesting) most interesting book I have ever read.
  4. Non-smokers usually live (long) longer than smokers.
  5. Which is the (dangerous) most dangerous  animal in the world?
  6. A holiday by the sea is (good) better  than a holiday in the mountains.
  7. It is strange but often a coke is (expensive) more expensive than a beer.
  8. Who is the (rich) richest woman on earth?
  9. The weather this summer is even (bad) worse than last summer.
  10. He was the (clever) cleverest thief of all.

Comparative of adjectives exercise. Fill in the gaps with the comparative or superlative forms of the adjectives in brackets to complete the following sentences in English.

1. Our further research should prove it. (far)
2. It will be easier to remove it now. (easy)
3. The weather today is worse than it was yesterday. (bad)
4. My older brother is a lawyer. (old)
5. Hit it harder (hard)
6. It stank  worse  than you could imagine. (badly)
7. Who is a  better driver: you or your wife? (good)
8. Here is a   more detailed map. (detailed)
9. Neptune is  farther   away from the Sun than Jupiter. (far)
10. Mary cooks better  than I do. (well)
11. I lost  less    than I’d thought. (little)
12. He treats the boy   worse than his dog. (badly)
13. I don’t want any  further hints. (far)
14. It is  farther away than I’ve expected. (far)
15. John is a better   actor than I am. (good)
16. This copy is in a   better  condition. (good)
17. I got  more  than they’d promised. (much)
18. His younger  sister is  nicer than his older sister. (young / nice)
19. It took me longer   than you think. (long)
20. I sleep    better now. (well)

2.goodbetterthe best
3.interestingmore interestingmost interesting
4.beautifulmore beautifulthe most beautiful
7.importantmore importantmost important
8.farfarther farthest 
10.disagreeablemore disagreeablemost disagreeable
13.prettyprettierthe prettiest
14.comfortablemore comfortablethe most comfortable
15.convenientmore convenientmost convenient
17.courageousmore courageousmost courageous
19.excellentmore excellentmost excellent
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English test

1It’s an animal.

2.I need a new bed.

3.It’s a useful machine.

4I’m a waiter.

5.Do you have an umbrella?

6.I’m an English teacher.

7.I need a hat.

8Is she a student?

9We have an ugly duck.

10.I need an hour.

1.a university  universities

2.a sandwich  sandwiches

a university ⇒ universitiesCorrect

2a sandwich ⇒ sandwichesCorrect

3.a street  streets

4.a rich man rich man foot two feet

a dirty bag ⇒ dirty bagsCorrect

➪ Add -s as a general rule

7an expensive watch ⇒ expensive watchesCorrect

8a new phone ⇒ new phonesCorrect

9a nice photograph nice photographsCorrect

10One glass of wine two glassesCorrect of wine

  1. a bus  busesCorrect

2. a nice family nice familiesCorrect

3. an Italian child Italian childrenCorrect

4. a strong tooth strong teethCorrect

5. a nice dress nice dressesCorrect

6. an angry wife angry wivesCorrect

7. a uniform uniformsCorrect

8. an amazing website amazing websitesCorrect

9. an elephant  elephantsCorrect

10. an empty library empty librariesCorrect

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What does success mean for you?

Lesson one

  • Classwork– English-in-Mind-1, page 41, Successful people
  • Homework-What does success mean for you. Write a short essay. 

For me, success is a very big concept. For example, having successful friends, good surroundings and a successful job. But if you look the other way, make happiness a goal for me and go after it and don’t give up, because if you give up, everything will fail and you will be weak.

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My hero

I like to sing very much and I admire Armenian singers very much. Among the Armenian singers, my hero is Gor Sujyan and Ruben Hakhverdyan. I love them very much because their songs are very deep and very touching. I love their songs and them very much and I am going to go soon. at their concert. At the concert.