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Autumn in my yard

Look out of your window, describe autumn in your yard, in your street, make videos, recordings.

Autumn is one of the four seasons. I love fall because the leaves are turning red, yellow, orange, and it’s nice. I had a week’s vacation. I visited my grandmother during my vacation. It was a very beautiful autumn. And also the sunsets were very beautiful, it has red, yellow, pink, orange colors. I also like to walk with my friends in autumn. I hope I can enjoy the beauty of autumn. Because we can enjoy the colors given by autumn.

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Helping at hospital

Every year many people in Britain finish school and they take a year off before they start work or go to university. Some of them go to other countries and work as volunteers. Volunteers give their time
to help people –for example, they work in schools or hospitals, or they help with conservation.

Mike Coleman is 19 and lives in Canterbury in England. He wants to become a teacher, but now he’s
living in Namibia. He’s working in a hospital near Katima Mulilo. He says,’ I’m working with the
doctors and nurses here to help sick people. I’m not a doctor but I can do a lot of things to help – for
example, I help to carry people who can’t walk. Sometimes I go to villages in the mobile hospital, too.
There aren’t many doctors here so they need help from people like me. I don’t get any money – but
that’s OK, I’m not here for the money.
I’m staying here for two months and I’m living in a small house with five other volunteers. The work is
hard and the days are long but I’m enjoying my life here. I’m learning a lot about life in southern
Africa- and about myself! when I finish the two months’ work, I want to travel in and around Namibia
for three weeks – for example, I want to see the animals in the Okavango Delta in Botswana.

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Unusual hobby

My name is Alvin Kharazyan. I have an unusual hobby. One of my unusual hobbies is making sushi. I learned how to make sushi since I was 11 years old. Sushi is very easy to make. The main ingredients of sushi are fish, rice, nori, crab, cucumber, mozzarella and more. And they are served with wasabi, soy sauce and red cabbage.

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I am Alvina Kharazyan. I’m Armenian and live Erevan.I’m 12. I love sport.My hobby is a swwiming.My best firends hobby painting.I love watching kino in TV.My best friend are Maria,and David.We like laughing and we like to do our lessons together often.My friends favorite actors are Jenifer Lopez and Maya Hawke. My favorite actor is Daniel Jacob Radcliffe․

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Present Simple or Progressive — Exercise

Fill in the present simple or the present progressive.
1. Mr Cooper always buys a pound of sugar. (buy)
2. The shop assistant is closing the door now. (close)
3. Kevin and Alan never throw away glass bottles. (throw)
4. Look! Freddy is carrying two baskets. (carry)
5. Now Mrs Caveman is looking out of the window. (look)
6. Mrs Bingham goes shopping every Saturday. (go)
7. I am counting the money at the moment. (count)
8. Mr Root always opens a box of eggs before buying them. (open)
9. Mum often forgets her change. (forget)
10. Listen! The manager is talking to a customer. (talk)
11. My friends often go to the computer shop. (go)
12. We always put our things in a basket. (put)
13. The shop is closing at the moment. (close)
14. They play tennis every Sunday. (play)
15. She is taking a shower now. (take)

Present Simple or Progressive — Exercise 2

1. It’s seven o’clock and they are going to school now. (go)
2. Mrs Cooper eats in the restaurant every Sunday. (eat)
3. Our cat never jumps on the kitchen table. (jump)
4. Look! The men are wearing blue uniforms. (wear)
5. Curt always plays his guitar in the afternoon. (play)
6. The taxi is waiting for them at the moment. (wait)
7. He always helps his grandmother in the coat. (help)
8. They never eat very much. (eat)
9. Listen! Bill is playing his electric guitar. (play)
10. He washes his car every Sunday. (wash)
11. The alarm rings at seven o’clock every morning. (ring)
12. They always bring their aunt a tree for Christmas. (bring)
13. She is wearing a red pullover and black jeans today. (wear)
14. The boys are throwing snowballs at the girls now. (throw)
15. Mr Black is walking into the classroom at the moment. (walk)

Present Simple or Progressive — Exercise 3

Complete with the present simple or present progressive form of the verbs.
1. Listen! The baby is crying. (cry)
2. Sue sometimes has an egg for breakfast. (have)
3. We always walk to school, but today we are taking the bus. (walk / take)
4. What are you doing? I am cleaning the dishes. (clean)
5. I never drink beer. (drink)
6. Who is playing in the garden now? (play)
7. Look! I am painting a picture. (paint)
8. English children learn French in their school. (learn)
9. Can you help me? No, sorry, I am studying for the test. (study)
10. Joe often goes to school with me. (go)
11. It’s nine o’clock and we are eating lunch now. (eat)
12. My sister never plays table tennis. (play)
13. I always eat breakfast at 7 o’clock. (eat)
14. Susan is watching TV now. (watch)
15. We are reading a book at this moment. (read)

Present Simple or Present Progressive — Exercise 4

1. Look! Pauline is watering the flowers. (water)
2. Listen! The girls are singing a song. (sing)
3. She usually drives home by bus. (drive)
4. Jack goes to his grandmother every day. (go)
5. Look! Sally and Joe are playing tennis. (play)
6. Nelly drinks a cup of tea every morning. (drink)
7. We can’t play tennis. It is raining now. (rain)
8. Bill is doing his homework at the moment. (do)
9. Jane always does her homework in her room. (do)
10. The boys sometimes run in the park. (run)
11. My cat never sleeps in my room. (sleep)
12. Listen! Phil is singing an English song. (sing)
13. No, I am not listening to music on my mobile phone, I am having a bath. (not listen / have)
14. Michael can’t play football. He is playing the guitar at the moment. (play)
15. We never write letters to America. (write)
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English In Maind

Simple Present — Exercise

Fill in the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
Examples: We are (be) never late. She likes (like) popcorn.
1. She is (be) good at school.
2. Elephants eat (eat) grass.
3. I like (like) fish and chips.
4. She always meets (meet) her friends after school.
5. Tom often wears (wear) a white shirt and blue jeans.
6. They are (be) never tired in the morning.
7. He likes (like) apples and bananas.
8. The children sometimes go (go) to the playground.
9. Sandra usually takes (take) the bus to school.
10. Derrick always has (have) lunch at a restaurant.
11. The boys often play (play) computer games.
12. Our cat hardly ever catches (catch) a mouse.
13. Paul walks (walk) his dog every day.
14. Our daughter often gets (get) up too late.
15. My mother bakes (bake) a cake every Saturday.

Present Tense Questions — Exercise 6

Form the questions with do or does.
Example: I often help her. — Do you often help her?
1. They wash the car.
Do they wash the car?
2. I get up early.
Do you get up early?
3. They walk to school.
Do they walk to school?
4. Jim eats an orange.
Does Jim eat an orange?
5. My sister listens to her new CD.
Does your sister listen to her new CD?
6. Ann cleans her shoes.
Does Ann clean her shoes?
7. Henry climbs the tree.
Does Henry climb the tree?
8. Tina and Paul eat spaghetti.
Do Tina and Paul eat spaghetti?
9. We like pizza.
Do you like pizza?
10. Gary and Peter go to the party.
Do Gary and Peter go to the party?
11. My parents work in a restaurant.
Do your parents work in a restaurant?
12. We like our uncle.
Do you like your uncle?
13. She sings her favourite song.
Does she sing her favourite song?
14. Bill reads a book.
Does Bill read a book?
15. Mary goes to the zoo.
Does Mary go to the zoo?

Present Simple Negative — Exercise

Use the negative form of the verbs to complete the sentences. Use short forms (don’t, isn’t, can’t, …).
Example: We get up early. We don’t get up early.
1. He has a sister.
He doesn’t have a sister.
2. They know his address.
They don’t know his address.
3. She loves strawberry milkshake.
She doesn’t love strawberry milkshake.
4. They live in New York.
They don’t live in New York.
5. He can speak English.
He can’t speak English.
6. Peter eats fruit every day.
Peter doesn’t eat fruit every day.
7. We study Spanish in school.
We don’t study Spanish in school.
8. I like reading books.
don’t like reading books.
9. Francis likes his new teacher.
Francis doesn’t like his new teacher.
10. Sue is a smart girl.
Sue isn’t a smart girl.
11. I can play the piano.
can’t play the piano.
12. They drink coffee.
They don’t drink coffee.
13. He meets his friends after school.
He doesn’t meet his friends after school.
14. The boys are at home.
The boys aren’t at home.
15. My brother sings in a band.
My brother doesn’t sing in a band.
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Something interesting about my summer holidays

This summer I managed to go to many places. My fascinating and unforgettable days began on July 1. I spent the summer with my family, my sisters and relatives, I went on a trip to Tsaghkadzor, and I discovered many places that I had not even heard about. I also spent a lot of time with my friends, often leaving the house to walk and talk. We often went to the cinema with my parents. During the summer, I attended various dance, swimming, singing and English classes. During the summer, I also prepared various cakes and foods. As a family, we also went to Stepanavan village where we spent 2 weeks. This summer was one of my most memorable summers.