1- Complete the conversation with my, you, his or her. (3 POINTS)
Jake: Rico, this is a new student. _____________ name is Sandra Kinsley. Sandra is in _____________ English class.
Rico: Nice to meet you. What’s _____________ last name again?
Sandra: It’s Kinsley.
2- Complete the conversations. (4 POINTS)
A: Excuse me. _____________ you Ms. Brown?
B: No, _____________ not. _____________ over there. My name is Nicole Parker.
A: Oh, I’m sorry. Well, _____________ nice to meet you.
B: Nice to meet you, too.
Check () the correct response. (4 POINTS)
1. Good-bye. Have a great weekend.
I’m just fine. Thank you.
It’s nice to meet you.
Thanks. You, too.
2. See you later.
I’m OK. Thank you.
I’m just fine. How are you?
3. Hi. How are you?
Pretty good, thanks.
Nice to meet you, too.
4. Good evening, Beth.
Hello. How are you, Mr. Smith?
Great. How about you, Mr. Smith?
Good night. See you tomorrow, Mr. Smith.
Circle the correct words. (6 POINTS)
1. A: What are (it / this / these)?
B: (This / They’re / It’s) earrings.
2. A: (Is this / This is / Are these) your sunglasses?
B: No, (is / it’s / they’re) not.
3. A: Is (the / this / they) a notebook?
B: No, it isn’t. It’s (this / a / an) address book.
Complete the conversations. Use the correct prepositions from the box. (4 POINTS)
in front of next to on under
1. A: Where are the keys?
B: They’re _____________ the briefcase.
2. A: Is the cell phone behind the briefcase?
B: No, it’s not. It’s _____________ the briefcase.
3. A: Where is the newspaper?
B: It’s _____________ the briefcase.
4. A: Are the books _____________ the cell phone?
B: Yes, they are.