Complete the conversations. Use the present continuous of the verbs. (4 POINTS)
Example: A: You look nice, Anna. Are you going (go) somewhere special?
B: Yes, I am. I’m on my way to a new restaurant downtown.
1. A: How is your sister? __________________ (study) these days?
B: No, she isn’t. She __________________ (work) as a salesperson at a department store.
2. A: Is that Martin over there? Who __________________ (wait) for?
B: His parents. They __________________ (meet) him for dinner.
Rewrite each sentence using most, some, few, or no one. (3 POINTS)
Example: In the United States, zero percent of the people can vote before age 18.
In the United States, no one can vote before age 18.
1. About 80 percent of American mothers work.
2. A very small percent of Japanese families have more than three children.
3. In Britain, about 25 percent of young adult men live at home with their parents.
Circle the correct word. (3 POINTS)
1. Jared does (yoga / football / jogging) every morning before breakfast.
2. How often do you (go / do / play) swimming in the summer?
3. I sometimes play (karate / aerobics / baseball) with my friends.
Put the words in the correct order to make statements or questions. (3 POINTS)
1. (dinner / often / TV / I / watch / after)
2. (in / you / coffee / the / do / drink / ever / evening)
3. (very / doesn’t / Jeff / much / exercise)
Complete the conversations with good, long, often, or well. (4 POINTS)
1. A: How _______________ do you work out?
B: Every day. I’m a real fitness freak.
2. A: How _______________ do you play tennis?
B: About average. But I’m getting better and better!
3. A: How _______________ do you spend at the gym?
B: Just thirty minutes a day. Who has more time than that?
4. A: How _______________ are you at soccer?
B: OK, I guess. It’s not really my favorite sport.