Müəllim: Nəsirov Elşən Nurəddin oğlu
Birinci Ali Təhsili: N. A. Voznesenskiy adına Leninqrad Maliyyə-İqtisad İnstitutu, 1990
İkinci Ali Təhsili: Moskva Beynəlxalq Hüquq və Ali Biznes Məktəbi, 1995
İngilis dili üzrə pedaqoji təcrübəsi: 30 il
İşgüzar fəaliyyəti: "İdeal" Firmasının Prezidenti (2001), "Birja-N" qəzetinin təsisçisi (2013)
Pedaqoji fəaliyyəti: Naxçıvan Dövlət Universiteti
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Exercises

Exercise 1. Translate into Azerbaijani

1. The firm stated that a license was required for the export of these goods.
2. Russia has the world’s largest deposits of oil.
3. We have received some important information on the state of the wool market.
4. Mathematics forms the basis of many other sciences.
5. Coal is extracted in many districts of our country.
6. A new glass works has been built near the village.
7. He is the father of my sister’s husband.
8. A woman of her intelligence would make a good Supreme Court justice.
9. His clothes were wet as he had been caught in the rain.
10 The “Neva’s” cargo consisted of wheat and barley.
11. In this article you will find the figures of Italian exports and imports for the last three months.
12. Scientists have been collecting data on air pollution levels.

Exercise 2. Paraphrase the following sentences using the Possessive Case

1. The office of our manager is very big.
2. They will consider the proposals of Mr. Black at their next meeting.
3. This is, in the opinion of the critics, their best record for years.
4. The computer of Tom and Helen is modern.
5. We have not yet received the answer of buyers.
6. The working day of our Commercial Director begins at 9 o’clock in the morning.
7. Do you know the telephone number of the Petrovs?
8. My husband knows a lot about detective novels of Agatha Christie.
9. She put the wet boots of the boys near the stove.

Exercise 3. Test. Articles. Choose the correct variant

I. …Smiths have a dog and a cat.
a) …
b) The
c) A

2. He knows how to work on … computer.
a) a
b) an
c) …

3. She was the first woman to swim across … English Channel.
a) a
b) …
c) the

4. Go down … Kingston Street and turn left into Oxford Street.
a) the
b) a
c) …

5. I don’t like milk in … tea.
a) …
b) the
с) а

6. At the end of… busy day, sleep is the best way to restore your energy.
a) the
b) a
c) …

7. We’ll go for a walk if … weather is fine.
a) a
b) …
c) the

8. Could you give me … information I asked for in my letter?
a) the
b) …
c) a

9. …war is a terrible thing.
a) The
b) …
с) А

10. I spent … very interesting holiday in England.
a) the
b) a
c) …

Exercise 4. Fill the gaps with personal or reflexive pronouns

1. He is quit right, I agree with … completely.
2. I looked at … in the mirror and left the house in a very good mood.
3. “Who is it?” — “It’s … may I come in?”
4. Mr. Lloyds is very fat … weighs over a hundred kilos?
5. … introduced his wife to the quests.
6. Where shall … meet, Bob?
7. James took the book and opened ….
8. We don’t dress … for dinner here.
9. I taught … to play the quitar.
10. Selfish people only care about …

Exercise 5. Put “some”, “any” or “no”.

1. He does his homework without … difficulty.
2. This yeas all the apples are red, we are going out this morning to pick …
3. I’d like … water, please.
4. There weren’t … tomatoes left.
5. I won’t go with you. I have … free time.
6. There aren’t … students at the moment.
7. Sorry, I have … matches.
8. Do you have … money?
9. The box was empty. There were … apples in it.
10. Pour me … milk, please.

Exercise 6. Complete the sentences using possessive pronouns

1. I left … car in the garage.
2. Mary hung … coat on the peg.
3. Jack had … hair cut.
4. Neil and David ate … supper.
5. I hope you enjoy … holiday.
6. We’ll invite you round to … house sometime and complete these by addig a possessive with own.
7. You must make up … own mind.
8. The children had to cook … own supper.
9. Bill borrowed Jenny’s car … own can was being repaired.
10. I’ll bring … own sheets and towels.
11. Every dog had … own special basket to sleep in.
12. You should do … own washing up.

Exercise 7. Make the nouns in bold plural. Change sentences if necessary

1. A copy of the contract was sent to London.
2. The last leaf fell from the tree.
3. The woman standing by the window is our secretary.
4. This shoe is too large for my foot.
5. “Is this worker an Englishman or a German?” — “He is a Frenchman”.
6. The mouse was caught.
7. What is the child’s name?
8. The roof of the house was covered with snow.
9. A potato is a vegetable and a cherry is a fruit.

Exercise 8. Make the nouns in bold singular. Change sentences if necessary

1. These factories produce furniture.
2. The wives of the sailors came to the shore.
3. I have hurt my feet and hands.
4. In the farmyard we could see oxen, sheep, cows and geese.
5. Do your teeth still ache?
6. These are my friends’ studies.
7. He keeps his toys in the boxes.
8. These ladies are those gentlemen’s wives.
9. The children are sitting on the benches.

Exercise 9. Fill in the correct article

1. “Is this your ... friend?” — “No, it isn’t my ... friend, it is my sister”.
2. I have ... sister. My ... sister is ... teacher. My sister’s ... husband is ... pilot.
3. I have no ... car.
4. She has got ... terrible … headache.
5. They have ... dog and two ... cats.
6. My ... cousin says he is going to be ... manager one ... day.
7. Would you like ... apple?
8. This is ... tree. ... tree is green.
9. I can see three ... children. ... children are playing in … yard.
10. I have ... car. ... car is white. My ... friend has no ... car.

Exercise 10. Fill in the articles in the proverbs if necessary

1. … apple … day keeps … doctor away.
2. … appetite comes with eating.
3. … good beginning makes … good ending.
4. … bird in … hand is worth two in … bush.
5. Among … blind … one-eyed man is king.
6. … brevity is … soul of wit.
7. … cat has nine lives.
8. … charity begins at … home.
9. … clothes make … man.
10. … curiosity killed … cat.

Exercise 11. Choose an adjective or an adverb to make sentences grammatically correct

1. It is (correct, correctly).
2. Spell the word (correct, correctly).
3. You know it (good, well).
4. Of course it is (good, well).
5. It is (cold, coldly) in the room.
6. Don’t look so (cold, coldly) at me.
7. It is (easy, easily).
8. I can do it (easy, easily).
9. It is (warm, warmly) today.
10. He always greets us (warm, warmly).

Exercise 12. Put adjectives into correct forms

1. John is (young) of the 3 brothers.
2. The Sun is (bright) the Moon.
3. Is the diameter of Jupiter (big) than that of the Earth?
4. That room is (light) than yours.
5. This room is (large) than the one upstairs.
6. It doesn’t take (much) than four days to cross the Atlantic, does it?

Exercise 13. Choose the correct form of an adjective

1. Jane is the (taller — tallest) of the 2 girls.
2. Father was the (eldest — elder) of seven sons.
3. Albert is (elder — older) than John.
4. I think your plan is the (best — better) of the two.
5. This is the (most large-largest) power — station, I’ve ever seen.
6. Henry is the (oldest — eldest) of the 3 brothers.




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