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Учебник. 3 Unit. Step 6

Ex. 1 Who is writing a letter? — Aunt Polly is. Who is going to be a success? — Jerry is. Who is learning French? — Jerry is. Who is a married man? — Tom is. Who is thinking about leaving London? — Tom and his wife are. Who is going to call Jane? — Aunt Polly is.

Ex. 4

  1. successful;
  2. useful;
  3. painful;
  4. wonderful;
  5. beautiful;
  6. joyful.

Ex. 6

  1. Pussy’s got a ball. It hasn’t got toy mice.
  2. Mr Clark’s got a bag. He hasn’t got a mobile phone.
  3. Mr Barton’s got pigs. He hasn’t got a sheep.
  4. Jack’s got a car. He hasn’t got a bike.
  5. Alice’s got an apple. She hasn’t got a hamburger.
  6. Helen’s got a TV. She hasn’t got a computer.
  7. Mrs Morrison’s got pies. She hasn’t got sweets.
  8. Bobby’s got a pen. He hasn’t got a pencil.
  9. Ruth and Rosie have got tulips. They haven’t got roses.

Ex. 7 B. called, talked, played, went, took, went, made, took (out), read, finished, watched.

Ex. 8

  1. have got;
  2. has got;
  3. has got;
  4. have got;
  5. has got;
  6. have got.

Ex. 9

  1. Let’s drink some juice.
  2. Let’s watch some film.
  3. Let’s have tea.
  4. Let’s go to the shop.
  5. Let’s have lunch.

Ex. 10 1d; 2c; 3a; 4b.