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Closure 2019 (3rd grade)
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    Closure game before the final exam.
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  • In 2040 people ___ (use / future continuous) better and faster technology than today’s.
    will be using
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  • In the next twenty years, people __ (work / future continuous) in things that we cannot even imagine right now.
    will be working
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  • By 2035 some things ___ (change / negative future perfect).
    won’t have changed
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  • By the time the bell rings, the teacher __ (give / future perfect) the project’s instructions.
    will have given
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  • By Christmas we __ (date / future perfect progressive) for two years.
    will have been dating
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  • The food __ (be / future perfect) ready by 3 o’clock.
    will have been
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  • We had to rescue my neighbor’s dog because it was only skin and __. He wasn’t well fed.
    bone
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  • I hope that you had heard me __ and clear since this is the last time I’ll explain you my reasons.
    Loud
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  • Asking her to be my girlfriend was a __ or break situation.
    Make
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  • I’m sure that __ or later I will travel to Asia.
    Sooner
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  • Waking up earlier and writing projects and exams are part and __ of being a successful student.
    Parcel
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  • You must be aware of all the rules and __ of the airport as you travel.
    Regulations
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  • You must be aware of all the rules and __ of the airport as you travel.
    Regulations
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  • Why are you wearing your t-shirt back to __? Did you get dressed in the dark?
    Front
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  • When you try something for the first time, you must take it step __.
    By step
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  • She would have told you. You ________________ by her. A) would have been told B) would be told C) were being told
    A
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  • This surprises me. I ________________ by this. A) would have been surprised B) will be surprised C) am surprised
    C
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  • She would reject the offer. The offer ________________ by her. A) will have been rejected B) would be rejected C) will be rejected
    B
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  • They say that women are smarter than men. Women ________________ to be smarter than men. A) were being said B) were said C) are said
    C
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  • The professor told him not to talk in class. He ________________ by the professor not to talk in class. A) has been told B) was told C) was being told
    B
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  • The child is eating bananas. / Bananas .................... by the child. A) are eaten B) are being eaten C) have been eaten
    B
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  • She is writing a letter. / A letter ....................... by her. A) is written B) is being written C) has been written
    B
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  • The master punished the servant. / The servant ......................... by the master. A) is punished B) was punished C) has punished
    B
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  • We use this kind of relative clauses to give essential information about someone or something – information that we need in order to understand what or who is being referred to.
    Defining
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  • What kind of relative clause is included in the following sentence? They’re the people who want to buy our house.
    Defining
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  • What kind of relative clause is included in the following sentence? They should give the money to somebody who they think needs the treatment most.
    Defining
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  • What kind of relative clause is included in the following sentence? She’s the lady who lent me her phone.
    Defining
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  • We use this kind of relative clause to give extra information about the person or thing. It is not necessary information. We don’t need it to understand who or what is being referred to.
    Non-defining
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  • What kind of relative clause is included in the following sentence? Clare, who I work with, is doing the London marathon this year.
    Non-defining
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  • What kind of relative clause is included in the following sentence? Alice, who has worked in Brussels and London ever since leaving Edinburgh, will be starting a teaching course in the autumn.
    Non-defining
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  • What kind of relative clause is included in the following sentence? Allen, who scored three goals in the first game, was the only player to perform well.
    Non-defining
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  • Peter __ football yesterday. A) played B) has played C) played
    A
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  • Last year we __ to Italy. A) went B) goed C) have gone D) has gone
    A
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  • John and Peggy __ the book. Now they can watch the film. A) have just read B) just have read C) read D) just read
    A
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  • I __ my friend two days ago. A) meeted B) have met C) has met D) met
    D
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  • She __ a new car in 2011. A) has bought B) have bought C) bought D) buyed
    C
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  • By 9 o'clock, we __ our homework. (Future perfect / finish)
    Will have finished
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  • They (leave) the classroom by the end of the hour. (Future perfect)
    will have left
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  • She (return) from the excursion by 6 o'clock. (Future perfect)
    will have returned
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  • The sun (not / rise) by 4 o'clock. (Future perfect)
    won’t have risen
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  • By the end of the month I (live) in this town for ten years. (Future perfect continuous)
    will have been living
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  • By the end of this week we (work) on the project for a month. (Future perfect continuous)
    will have been working
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  • By 10 o'clock she (watch) TV for 4 hours. (Future perfect continuous)
    will have been watching
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  • She (sleep) for 10 hours by 11 o'clock. (Future perfect continuous)
    will have been sleeping
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  • They (wait) for the president for 5 hours. (Future perfect continuous)
    have been waiting
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  • Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense (future perfect simple or continuous.) By 2018 we (live) in Madrid for 20 years.
    will have been living
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  • Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense (future perfect simple or continuous.) He (write) a book by the end of the year.
    will have written
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  • If I hadn't overslept, I ______ on time. A) will have been B) would have been C) will be
    B
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  • If you had eaten a good breakfast, you______ so hungry now. A) wouldn't have been B) can't be C) won't be
    A
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  • That horse could have won the race if he ______ hurt his leg. A) doesn't hurt B) hasn't hurt C) hadn't hurt
    C
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  • If the road hadn't been icy, we ______ an accident. A) won't have B) wouldn't have had C) didn't have
    B
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  • Complete the sentence and mention what conditional it is: If I __ to LA, I'll visit the zoo. (Go)
    Go, first conditional
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  • Complete the sentence and mention what conditional it is: If you __ a lighter jacket, the car driver would have seen you earlier. (Wear)
    Had worn, third conditional
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  • Complete the sentence and mention what conditional it is: We __ TV tonight if Peter hadn’t bought the theatre tickets. (Watch)
    Would have watched, third conditional
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  • Complete the sentence and mention what conditional it is: If I were a millionaire, I __ in Beverly Hills. (Live)
    Would live, second conditional
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  • If I had had enough money, I __ that radio. a. bought b. would buy c. would have bought d. had bought
    C
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  • If it rains, you __ wet. a. will get b. would get c. get d. had got
    A
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  • The dog __ you if it hadn´t been tied up. a. would bite b. will bite c. would have bitten d. bites
    C
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  • It __ easy to paint pictures if you knew how to. a. would be b. had been c. would have been d. be
    A
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  • You will catch the train if you __ earlier a. left b. leaves c. leave d. would leave
    C
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