Verb to be
1. Choose the correct form of be (am, are, is). Example: He __ a boy. Answer: He is a boy. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) I __ a girl. My father __ at work. Trixie and Susi __ my cats. The hamster __ in the cage. I __ a painter. My green pencil __ on the floor. Emma and Betty __ good friends. __ you from Scotland? His sister __ seven years old.We __ adults. a) k) l) m) n) o) p) q) r) s) I am a girl. My father is at work. Trixie and Susi are my cats. The hamster is in the cage. I am a painter. My green pencil is on the floor. Emma and Betty are good friends. Are you from Scotland? His sister is seven years old. We are adults
2. Put in the following forms of be (am, are, is) into the gaps in the text. Do not use short/contractedforms. Example: He __ a boy. Answer: He is a boy. Peter Baker ___ from Manchester, but Paul and John ___ from London. Manchester and London ___ cities in England. Hamburg ___ a city in Germany. Sandra ___ at school today. Jack and Peter ___ her friends. They ___ in the same class. Mr. and Mrs. Baker ___ on a trip to the USA to visit their cousin Anne. She ___ a nice girl. Peter says: "My grandfather___ in hospital. I ___ at home with my grandmother." What time ___ it? It ___ 8 o'clock. ___ you tired? No, I ___ not. 3. Fill in the words correctly. advance, bunk beds, dormitory, double room, family room, key, reception, single room, twin room, vacancies a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) If you book a room for one person, you usually book a _____________. If you want a room with a double bed, youbook a _____________. If you want a room with two separated beds, you book a _____________. For families there are usually special offers if they take a _____________. In youth hostels rooms are often shared by 10 or more people. This kind of room is called _____________. To get 10 people into one room, two beds are usually placed on top of each other. They are called _____________. No matter whereyou're staying, you usually have to fill in a form at the _____________. Then the receptionist tells you your room number and gives you the _____________ for your room. During high season it's advisable to book a room in _____________. If a B&B is fully booked, they usually have a sign in the window saying _____________.
4. Fill in each blank with the correct word. If both words can be used,choose the one that sounds more natural in each situation: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Your room hasn't been (clean/cleaned) yet. 2. You can check (in/on) from 11:00 AM. 3. Check out (schedule/time) is 12:00 PM. 4. Let me know if you need anything else = Let me know if you (require/request) anything else 5. I can't (see/seem) to find your reservation. 6. Did you make your reservation (online/internet)? 7.Everything is in (good/order) = Everything is alright (= especially when talking about formal matters) h) 8. Do you have a restaurant on (promises/premises) ( = in or attached to the hotel) i) 9. We hope you (enjoy/please) your stay. j) 10. How long will you be (staying/stay)? 5. Fill in each blank with the correct word. If both words can be used, choose the one that sounds more natural in eachsituation: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) I'm sorry, we don't have any rooms (available/rentable) that weekend. Would you like me to check another (date/schedule) for you? I'm sorry, we're all- (books/booked) ( = we have no free rooms) because of a big conference. I'll need to see your passport, or some other form of (identity/identification). We don't have room (servants/service). ( = We don't bring food,etc. to your room) The concierge will (show/carry) you to your room. There's a (tiny/mini)-bar in every suite. Let me know if I can be of further (assistance/assistant) = Let me know if there's anything else I can do to help i) Before you arrive = (Prior/Previous) to your arrival j) We also have a gym which you can use at your (dispersal/disposal).
6. Fill in each blank with the correct...