Circle the correct word. (4 POINTS)
1. I don’t really like my neighborhood. It’s very (dangerous / convenient / safe).
2. I have a lot of windows in my living room, so it’s usually (bright / noisy / huge).
3. It’s (comfortable / convenient / dingy) to have parking spaces near my apartment.
4. Our house is only two years old. It’s very (modern / shabby / cramped) and spacious.
Complete the sentences. Use not enough . . . or not . . . enough and the words given. (3 POINTS)
1. Our apartment is too dark. There are _____________ . (windows)
2. People can see into our house. There is _____________ . (privacy)
3. My apartment is very inconvenient. It’s _____________ for me. (convenient)
Complete the sentences. Use as . . . as, as many . . . as, or as much . . . as and the words given. (3 POINTS)
1. My new apartment doesn’t have _____________ my old one. (bedrooms)
2. Our house is just _____________ your apartment. (comfortable)
3. Modern apartments often don’t have _____________ older ones. (space)
they would buy me a car
Complete the sentences. Use wish and the correct form of the underlined verbs. (3 POINTS)
Example: My parents won’t buy me a car. I wish _______________________ .
1. I don’t like my neighborhood. I wish _______________________ .
2. I can’t find my keys. I wish _______________________ .
3. My sister isn’t in good shape. I wish _______________________ .
Complete the conversation. Use the correct form of the verbs. (4 POINTS)
A: _____________ you ever _____________ (try) Japanese food?
B: Yes, I _____________ . I _____________ (go) to a Japanese restaurant last week.
A: _____________ you _____________ (like) it?
B: Yeah, it _____________ (be) delicious.