Test yourself. Sections 1-2 - Биболетова, Денисенко, Трубанева 6 класс (ответы)

1. a) Match the words:

(to) watch the wildlife

(to) fall asleep

(to) join a club

(to) go on rides

(to) play board games

(to) save the animals

b) Complete the sentences with the word combination from Ex.1 (a)

Example: Scientist have done a lot to ... . You can see them in different wildlife parks all over the world. - Scientist have done a lot to save the animals

1. When it is cold and windy, they stay at home and play board games. Sam is always lucky in Monopoly but Ann prefers Scrabble.

2. This park has great fun for children and teenagers. They can go on rides or enjoy other amazing activities.

3. Do you like to draw or to dance, to play chess or tennis? Then you can join a club any time during the school year.

4. Another way to learn more about nature is to watch the wildlife. You can do it everywhere: at the zoo, in the country or even in the centre of the city.

5. "I'm so tired that I could fall asleep sitting on my chair," Emma said in a quiet voice.



2. Complete the text

Use: although, over, insects, various, watch, world, endangered

Sydney Wildlife Worlds is an Australian zoo. Although it was only opened in 2006, the zoo has become famous all over the world.

The Australian zoo consists of 10 parts where visitors can see different kinds of animals, birds, reptiles and insects. In fact, there are more than 6,000 creatures in the zoo. Some of them belong to the most endangered species on the planet.

In Sydney Wildlife World visitors can watch kangaroos, touch a snake, make friends with koala bears and meet Rex, who is the biggest salt water crocodile in captivity in the world.

There is always something happening in the zoo - exhibitions, shows, festivals. Visitors can take part in various activities and have a lot of fun.

Sydney Wildlife World is open evety day excert for Christmas Day and New Year's Eve.


3. Make questions for the following answers

Example: How ...? - Visitors can get to the wildlife park by bus.

                  How can visitors get to the wildlife park.

1. When does the zoo open?

2. Where did the children play with koala bears?

3. What will visitors see next summer?

4. Why has Jim taken some photos of swans?

5. How many animals are there in the zoo?



4. Complete the sentences. Circle the right letter

Example: Nowadays there ... many endangered animals on the planet

                  a) were   b) are   c) will be

1. Unfortunately, we ... cut down the old trees in the park last year.

a) have to   b) will have to   c) had to

2. Where are the children? - They ... Lotto in the living room.

a) are playing   b) play   c) played

3. They ... their work a month ago. Now there is a nice pond in the park.

a) start   b) started   c) have started

4. The scientisit ... his book about rare insects yet.

a) won't ... finish   b) didn't ... finish   c) hasn't ... finished

5. What ... you ...? - It's the picture of my kitten.

a) are ... drawing   b) do ... draw   c) have ... drawn

6. ... you ... a good time in the wildlife park yesterday?

a) Do ... have   b) Did ... have   c) Have ... had

7. ... you ... me to set the table? - Yes, of course.

a) Do ... help   b) Did ... help   c) Will ... help

8. Peter is fond of sport. He ... football three times a week.

a) play   b) plays   c) is playing


5. Complete the sentences. Underline the right variant

Example: It was rainy yesterday. I (have to/had to) put my raincoat on.

1. He has a sore throat, so he (had to/will have to) go to the doctor tomorrow.

2. The children (don't have to/didn't have to)get up early now. It's summer.

3. I have already watered the plants, you (don't have to/won't have to) water them in the evening.

4. The students (have to/had to) do a lot of homework every day. There are going to have a test in a week.

5. My grandma (have to/has to) wear glasses. She can't see well.

6. "Let's plant the flowers now, so we (don't have to/won't have to/won't have to) do it tomorrow."