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«Тест по теме " Complex Object" для 6-7 классов»
1. Join each pair of sentences into one using the complex object:
She is very good at English. I know it.
The boys will explore the place round the camp. The girls expect it.
The boys clean the classroom. The teacher wants it.
She will go to France. Her husband expects it.
John will return on Sunday. Everybody expects it.
Tom is a great doctor. I know it.
Breakfast will be ready in time. John would like it.
He is a pilot. I know it.
2. Fill in the gaps with the following verbs: to become, to buy, to paint, to win, to write, to cook, to arrive.
They expected their favourite team the game.
He wants John supper.
We expected the bus at 7o'clock.
I want mother me a new book.
Bert expected Lucy an interesting article.
I'd like him my room.
Mum doesn't want Billy a dancer.
3. Read the text below. Think of the word which best fits each space. Use one word for each space.
Christmas time starts early in Britain. In the weeks (1) __________________ Christmas, people send cards to (2) __________________ they know, and when they (3) __________________ cards, they hang them on all the walls. British people put up (4) __________________ Christmas trees many days before the real holiday, Christmas Day. Father Christmas, or Santa Claus, brings his (5) __________________ late on Christmas Eve. He usually comes down the chimney (6) __________________ the children (7) __________________ their presents in the morning. Christmas dinner with turkey and plum pudding is the main (8) __________________ of the holiday. Christmas and New Year are (9) __________________ time for parties. In Scotland, New Year's Eve is called Hogmanay. It is the (10) __________________ important holiday in the year for many Scots. People leave their doors open, and if you go in you will always get a glass of whisky (if you are old enough!).