Aluno (a): ______________________________________________
Data:______/______/_________ Professora: Beatriz e Ana Paula .
Ano: 1º Turma:__________
LISTA DE EXERCÍCIOS # 3
BE GOING TO – PERSONAL PRONOUNS – IMPERATIVE – SIMPLE PAST
1. Answer the question. You are going to do all these things but you haven’t done them yet. Use be
going to and the word(s) in brackets.
a) A: Have you cleaned the car?
B: (tomorrow) Not yet. I’m going to clean it tomorrow. .
b) A: Have you phoned Sally?
B: (later) Not yet, __________________________________________________________________
c) A: Have you done the shopping?
d) B: (this afternoon) Not yet, ___________________________________________________________
e) A: Have you read the paper?
B: (after dinner) Not yet, _____________________________________________________________
f) A: Have you had dinner?
B: (just) __________________________________________________________________________
2. Write question with be going to for each situation.
a) Your friend has won some money. You ask:
(what / do with it?) What are you going to do with it? ?
b) Your friend is going to a party tonight. You ask:
(what / wear?)_____________________________________________________________________
c) Your friend has just bought a new table. You ask:
(where / put it?) ___________________________________________________________________
d) Your friend has decided to have a party. You ask:
(who / invite?) _____________________________________________________________________
3. Look at the pictures below. Something is going to happen. Complete the sentences using BE
GOING TO with the verbs from the box.
BORROW – CLIMB – FLY – GET – PLAY – ROB – WAKE – WASH – WATCH
a) b) c)
d) e) f)
g) h) i)
a) Ana ________________________________________________________ a book from the library.
b) Philip _____________________________________________________________________ tennis.
c) Jill and Nick ____________________________________________________________ to Barbados.
d) He ______________________________________________________ a photograph of his girlfriend.
e) They _____________________________________________________________________ her hair.
f) _____________________________________________________________________ the mountain.
g) ______________________________________________________________________________ up.
h) _________________________________________________________________________ the bank.
i) ___________________________________________________________________________ a film.
4. What is going to happen in these situations? Use the words in brackets.
a) There are a lot of black clouds in the sky. (rain) It’s going to rain ?
b) It is 8:30. Jack is leaving his house. He has to be at work at 8:45 but the journey takes 30 minutes.
c) There is a hole in the bottom of the boat. A lot of water is coming in through the hole.
(sink) The boat_____________________________________________________________________
d) Emma id driving. There is little petrol left in the tank. The nearest petrol station is a long away.
(run out) She______________________________________________________________________
5. Use the prompts + be going to to make question.
a) What / you / wear / to the party?
What are you going to wear to the party ? ?
b) When / you / visit me again?
c) What time / they / phone you?
d) How long / they stay here?
e) What time / he / arrive?
f) She / write / another book?
6. Complete these sentences using going to and one of the verbs in the box.
EAT – GIVE – RAIN – REPAIR – STUDY - WALK
a) John’s university course begins in October. He‘s going to study engineering.
b) My camera is broken but they _____________________________________________________it.
c) I don’t want to go home by bus. I ______________________________________________________
d) Take an umbrella with you. __________________________________________________________
e) It’s Ann’s birthday next week. We _____________________________________________ her a
f) I’m hungry. I ____________________________________________________ this sandwich.
7. Read the story and put the subject and object pronouns in the gap.
a) HE – HIM – SHE – HER – WE
I went to Scotland with Dave. We met Bob McGive, the millionaire, in Edinburgh. His daughter,
Janet, was there. _____________ fell in love with Dave and wanted to marry ______________ but
_____________ didn’t want to marry _______________
b) I – ME – YOU – YOU – YOU – HE – HE – HIM HER
“Do ____________ love ___________?” Janet asked ___________.
“Yes.” ___________ replied, “but ______________ want to be free”.
“If _____________ marry__________ , ____________ ‘ll be rich,” I said to Dave but ____________
didn’t change his mind.
c) I – I – ME – ME – YOU – HE – HE – HE – HER – HER – HER – IT – THEM
“_____________ want my daughter to be happy”, said Bob to Dave. “_____________ must marry
_____________ . “
Dave told _____________ that _____________ already had wife in London. “_____________’s not
true,” he told _____________ secretly. Next day, _____________ left and went to the mountains.
_____________ sent _____________ a postcard: “Janet is beautiful but the mountains are more
beautiful. Tell _____________ that _____________ love _____________.
d) ME – HIM – SHE – SHE
Janet cried but _____________ soon forgot _____________. A month later, _____________ got
married to another man - _____________!
8. Here is an advertisement for a new restaurant. Complete the sentences by using one of these
verbs in the positive or negative imperative form.
ASK – COME – ENJOY – FINISH – LOOK – SPEND – TELL – WANT – VISIT
Don’t wait until tomorrow! ____________________ our new
restaurant today! ____________________ at our menu. We
have 100 different dishes! ____________________ our waiters
and waitresses to help you. ____________________ our
wonderful cooking! ____________________ a lot of money in
fashionable restaurant. We have good food at low prices.
____________________ your meal with ice-cream or chocolate cake. ____________________ back
again next week! ____________________ your friends and family about our wonderful food!
9. Look at this recipe for an omelet. Put the right verbs in the gaps. Use the negative imperative if
ADD – BEAT – BREAK – COOK ´- FORGET – HEAT – PUT – PUT – REMOVE – SERVE
Put Some oil in a frying pan. ____________________ the oil. ____________________two eggs.
____________________ the eggs. ____________________salt to the eggs. ____________________
the eggs in the frying pan with the oil. ____________________ the omelet for two or three minutes.
____________________ the omelet from the pan. ____________________ the omelet immediately.
____________________ to switch off the cooker.
10. Write the past simple of these verbs.
Talk _______________________________ Wait _______________________________
Make _______________________________ Take_______________________________
Come_______________________________ Have _______________________________
Open _______________________________ Close_______________________________
Walk _______________________________ Drop_______________________________
Is _______________________________ Eat _______________________________
See _______________________________ Put _______________________________
Pick _______________________________ Like _______________________________
Shop _______________________________ Chat _______________________________
Buy _______________________________ Go _______________________________
Think _______________________________ Bring _______________________________
Use _______________________________ Rest _______________________________
Print _______________________________ Play _______________________________
Leave _______________________________ Feel _______________________________
Give _______________________________ Do_______________________________
11. Look at the diary of Joanna, a student who went on a school trip to London. Complete the gaps
with the past form of the verbs in the box. You will need to use some verbs more than once.
MEET – GO – HAVE – SEE – VISIT – LEAVE – ARRIVE – STOP – DO
a) Met At school.
b) __________________ for London in bus.
c) __________________ to have packed lunch on journey.
d) __________________ the Science Museum.
e) __________________ at youth hostel.
f) After dinner, __________________ to cinema. __________________ new James Bond film.
g) __________________ breakfast.
h) __________________ to Madame Tussaud’s and the Planetarium.
i) __________________ on Thames River Cruise. Lunch on boat.
j) __________________ St Paul’s Cathedral.
k) After dinner, __________________ to a theatre - __________________ the Lion King.
l) After breakfast, __________________ HMS Belfast.
m) __________________ some shopping
n) After lunch, __________________ London.
o) __________________ home in evening.
12. Correct these statements about Joanna’s trip.
a) They went to London by train. No, they didn’t go by train. They went by bus .
b) Joana visited a zoo._________________________________________________________________
c) They went to the theatre.____________________________________________________________
d) They had lunch at the Planetarium.____________________________________________________
e) Joanna saw the new James Bond film.__________________________________________________
f) They visited HMS Belfast.____________________________________________________________
g) They did an exam.__________________________________________________________________
h) They arrived in London.______________________________________________________________
13. Use the prompts to write sentences in simple past.
a) He / go / swimming yesterday He went swimming yesterday .
b) They / see / a film last night __________________________________________________________
c) I / do / my homework_______________________________________________________________
d) You / wait / for an hour______________________________________________________________
e) Michael / have / a cold______________________________________________________________
f) The teacher / be / late_______________________________________________________________
g) Sue and Juan / walk / to school today___________________________________________________
h) I / take / my dog for a walk___________________________________________________________
i) She / talk / to her friends_____________________________________________________________
j) We / give / him the answers__________________________________________________________
k) Marcella / come / to the party________________________________________________________
l) The dog / eat / my breakfast!_________________________________________________________
14. Use the prompts and a verb from the box to write past simple question.
READ – WALK – PAY – GIVE – EAT – BUY – WIN – GO – STUDY – PLAY
a) You / swimming yesterday? Did you go swimming yesterday ?
b) She / pizza last night?______________________________________________________________?
c) They / tennis?____________________________________________________________________?
d) Your teacher / you a test?___________________________________________________________?
e) You / for the exam?________________________________________________________________?
f) We / the bill?_____________________________________________________________________?
g) Your sister / you a present?__________________________________________________________?
h) You / that book? __________________________________________________________________?
i) They / the game?__________________________________________________________________?
j) He / to the library?_________________________________________________________________?
15. Complete the dialogue using the affirmative, negative and question past simple forms of the
verbs in the box.
BUY – DOWNLOAD – PASS – HAVE (NOT) – PLAY – SPEND – HAVE – FINISH – GET – FAIL – DO
A: I’m doing a survey about video games. Do you play them? Can I ask some questions?
B: Yeah, I play them. Go on then.
A: Did you spend any time playing video games last week?
B: Yeah, I did. I ____________________ a new game last Saturday. It’s called Need for Speed
A: Oh, yes. I know it. Is it good?
B: Yes, it’s great.
A: ____________________ you ____________________ it?
B: No, I ____________________ it from the Internet.
A: ____________________ you ____________________ with it yesterday?
B: No, not yesterday. I had football training.
A: Okay, we ____________________ you ____________________ time for your homework?
B: Yeah, we ____________________ much. I ____________________ it on the bus on the way home.
A: Do you think playing games affects your school work?
B: No, I don’t think so.
A: How ____________________ you ____________________ in the last exams?
A: So you ____________________ all of them.
B: No, not all of them. I ____________________ Maths.