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Tennyson & Rudyard : Computer Game Review - Part 1




Computer Game Review - Part 1



Tennyson and Rudyard ͧ
ѧҡ ǡҤ¡ѹͧѾҡóǢͧԭᢡѧ

Rudyard ͡ 2 Ũҡѧҹ
Tennyson ŹҷӢͧҧѺ Rudyard

ѧҡǡѺзҹͧҧ繡º ǡҤǡѺ͡§Ҡ
'stomach' ( 繤ӷѡ¹ EFL ͡§Դ )







Beginner Level Quiz.

1. Listen and then insert the missing words!
2. Then, chose the part of speech of the missing word! If you don't know the part of speech then you should look up the word in a learner's dictionary and find out.
3. If a noun can be used as a countable noun or an uncountable noun choose the answer that shows the way that it is being used in the relevant sentence.

(This quiz has four parts; Part A; Part B; Part C and Part D. Each part has approximately 20 questions. Each part should take a Beginner level student approximately one hour to complete.)


PART A
A01. 00:10 Would you ____ to discuss......?

____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun/NCNoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb).


A02. 00:15 Is it the _______ as ..... ?

____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun/NCNoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb).


A03. 00:25 Its a bit _________ compared to them.

____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun/NCNoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb).


A04. 00:43 .... the player plays as a _______________.

____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun/NCNoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb).


A05. 00:48 Look at the _______!

_______________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun/NCNoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb).


A06. 00:50 What ______ you see?

____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun/NCNoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb/modal verb+main verb).


A07. 00:53 In the picture, I _____ ______ a paratrooper.

_____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun/NCNoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb/modal verb+main verb).


A08. 00:58 He is wearing a _________ on his back.

_____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/ CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective).


A09. 01:12 He is wearing a helmet on his _____....

_____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/ CNoun in its plural form/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective).


A10. 01:17 and __________ on his hands.

_____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/ CNoun in its plural form/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective).


A11. 01:26 I think that he is an ____________ paratrooper....

_____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective).


A12. 01:31 because he has a US _______.....

_____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective).


A13. 01:37 on the ________ of his jacket.

_____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/subject pronoun / object pronoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/quantifier/ preposition/adverb/adjective/possessive determiner).


A14. 01:44 That ________ right!

____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/subject pronoun/ object pronoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/quantifier/ preposition/adverb/adjective/possessive determiner).


A15. 01:47 ___ is a paratrooper .....

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/subject pronoun/ object pronoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/quantifier/ preposition/adverb/adjective/possessive determiner).


A16. 01:55 What can you see outside the ________?

_____________ is ____ (a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/subject pronoun/ object pronoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/quantifier/ preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb/possessive determiner).


A17. 02:03 I can see some _________ . I can also see...

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/subject pronoun/ object pronoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/quantifier/ preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb/possessive determiner).


A18. 02:011 One of its __________ is on fire.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/subject pronoun/ object pronoun/adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/quantifier/ preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb/possessive determiner).


A19. 02:20 Thats right! _________ ________ engines does that ........?

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________

(CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/subject pronoun/ object pronoun/question phrase for quantifying countable things /modal verb/main verb/adjective/possessive determiner).



PART B
B01. 02:31 That plane has _____ engines.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (determiner/CNoun/NCNoun/comparative adjective/modal verb/main verb)


B02. 02:37 So, if that plane _______ one engine, it can still fly....

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________

(determiner/ comparative adjective/modal verb/main verb)


B03. 02:45 because it has __________ engine.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (determiner/CNoun/NCNoun/adjective/modal verb/main verb)


B04. 02:55 If that plane loses one engine it can _______ fly because it has another engine.

____________s is ____(a/an) _____________ (CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/subject pronoun/object pronoun/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/preposition/adverb/adjective/modal verb/possessive determiner).


B05. 03:06 What can you see in _________ picture?

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (determiner/comparative adjective/superlative adjective/subject pronoun/object pronoun/ adverb/ modal verb/main verb)


B06. 03:16 I can see four ____________.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/subject pronoun/object pronoun/ adverb/modal verb/main verb/ancillary verb/ quantifier/ preposition/ adverb/adjective/modal verb/possessive determiner).


B07. 03:20 They _________ sitting inside the plane.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (determiner/quantifier/comparative adjective/ CNoun/NCNoun/ preposition/ main verb/ancillary verb/modal verb.)


B08. 03:24 I think that they are ________ to jump out of the plane.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/determiner/adjective/preposition/exclamation/main verb/ ancillary verb/modal verb/superlative adjective).


B09. 03:49 What have they _______ on their stomachs?

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/determiner/adjective/preposition/exclamation/main verb/ modal verb/superlative adjective).


B10. 03:58 ________ ____________ has a reserve parachute on his stomach.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (quantifier + CNoun in its singular form/ quantifier + CNoun in its plural form/ quantifier + NCNoun)


B11. 04:07 If a paratroopers ________ parachute doesnt open properly ......

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/NCNoun/determiner/adverb/adjective/preposition/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/superlative adjective).

B12. 04:15 then, he can use _____ reserve parachute instead.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/pronoun/determiner/adjective/preposition/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ ancillary verb/superlative adjective).


B13. 04:22 Lets do some sound ___________!

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________

(Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/ CNoun in its plural form/ NCNoun/pronoun/adjective/adverb/quantifier/preposition/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ ancillary verb/superlative adjective).


B14. 04:28 I _________ write a phrase on the whiteboard.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/exclamation/main verb/ modal verb/ancillary verb/superlative adjective).


B15. 04:35 The phrase ____________ three words.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (main verb in its first and second person singular form/main verb in its third person singular form).


B16. 06:29 I dont recognise _____ of the sound symbols.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________

(Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form /CNoun in its plural form / adjective/adverb/preposition/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ ancillary verb in its negative form/quantifier/superlative adjective).


B17. 06:36 However, I do recognise _______ of the sound symbols.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________

(Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form /CNoun in its plural form / adjective/adverb/preposition/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ ancillary verb in its negative form/quantifier/superlative adjective).


B18. 06:42 So, I will _______ you the sound symbols that I recognise.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/exclamation/transitive main verb/intransitive main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb/superlative adjective).


B19. 06:54 I recognise _______ sound symbol.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/determiner/adjective/ preposition /main verb/modal verb/ ancillary verb in negative form/superlative adjective).


B20. 07:00 That ____ /aI/. That____ the sound in /spaIst/.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/determiner/adjective/ preposition /main verb in a first
person singular form/main verb in a second person singular form/main verb in a third person singular form /modal verb/ ancillary verb/superlative adjective).



PART C
C01 21:33 We _______ both have an apple.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/main verb/modal verb/ ancillary verb in negative form/superlative adjective).


C02. 21:38 There is an apple tree in the __________.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/quantifier for singular CNouns/ quantifier for plural CNouns and CNouns/adjective/adverb/preposition/ pronoun/main verb/ancillary verb in negative form/ superlative adjective).


C03. 21:44 I could pick two __________.

__________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (CNoun in its singular form/ CNoun in its plural form//NCNoun/quantifier for singular CNouns/ uantifier for plural CNouns and NCNouns/adjective/adverb/ preposition/ pronoun/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb in negative form/ superlative adjective).


C04.21:50 That ________ great.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form//NCNoun/quantifier for singular CNouns/ quantifier for plural CNouns and NCNouns/ adjective/adverb/preposition /pronoun/main verb in its first person singular form/ main verb in its third person form/modal verb/ancillary verb in negative form/ superlative adjective).


C05. 21:54 Please pick two apples for ____.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/subject pronoun/object pronoun/quantifier for singular
CNouns/quantifier for plural CNouns and NCNouns/ adjective/adverb/ preposition/main verb in its first person singular form/ main verb in its third person form/modal verb/ancillary verb in negative form/ superlative adjective).


C06. 21:59 I will then make ______ into a snack for us.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (CNoun in its singular form /CNoun in its plural form/ subject pronoun/object pronoun/ determiner/adjective/adverb/ preposition/ exclamation/main verb/ modal verb/superlative adjective).


C07. 22:10 Okay. ___ will go to the garden....

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ subject pronoun/object pronoun/ determiner/adjective/ adverb/ preposition/pronoun/exclamation/main verb/ conjunction/ modal verb/ancillary verb/ superlative adjective).


C08. 22:14 and pick two apples _____ the apple tree.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ determiner/subject pronoun/object pronoun/adjective/ adverb/preposition/main verb/modal verb/conjunction/ancillary verb).


C09. 22:25 __________ me is an apple tree.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


C10. 22:30 Im going to _______ two apples.

____________ is ____ the _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/pronoun/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


C11. 22:58 I have picked two apples. I have put ______ apples onto a chopping board .......

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ quantifier used with CNouns in singular form/quantifier used with CNouns in plural
form/quantifier used with NCNouns /adjective/ adverb/preposition/ pronoun/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ ancillary verb).


C12. 23:10 so that you _____ prepare our snack.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


C13. 23:17 Thank you. Have you washed the apples _________?

________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ gerund/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/main verb/ modal verb/ ancillary verb).


C14. 23:25 Yes. I have _________ the apples already.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/gerund/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/pronoun/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb).


C15. 23:32 Thank you for ________ the apples and for washing the apples.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (CNoun/NCNoun/gerund/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/pronoun/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


C16. 23:42 I need to take the _________ out of each apple.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun /NCNoun/ gerund/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/ pronoun/ conjunction/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ ancillary verb in negative form).


C17. 23:51 For that I ______ an apple corer.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ pronoun/conjunction/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


C18. 24:03 _______ is an apple corer.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ pronoun/conjunction/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


C19. 24:30 Now, I will de-core the __________ apple.

____________ is ____the _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ gerund/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/ pronoun/ conjunction/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


C20. 24:42 ____ glasses fell off. Hahahaha

____________ is ____the _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ gerund/determiner/adjective/adverb/preposition/ pronoun/ conjunction/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).



PART D
D01. 24:46 I have put my glasses back _____.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ pronoun/conjunction/quantifier/preposition/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


D02. 24:52 Now, I ______ continue

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ pronoun/conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns in singular form/ quantifier used with CNouns in plural form/ quantifier used with NCNouns/preposition/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


D03. 25:03 I have removed the core from ______ apple.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ pronoun/conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns in singular form/quantifier used with CNouns in plural form/ quantifier used with NCNouns/preposition/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


D04. 25:11 Now, I can chop ________ up.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/possessive determiner/ pronoun/ conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns in singular form/ quantifier used with CNouns in plural form/ quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


D05. 25:50 I will now put the pieces of chopped apple into two ______.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/ pronoun/ conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NC Nouns/preposition/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


D06. 26:01 One bowl will be _____ me.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/ pronoun/ conjunction/ quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns/preposition/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


D07. 26:06 The other _______ will be for Rudyard.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/ pronoun/ conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/ adverb/adjective for describing things/adjective for describing feelings/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


D08. 26:14 Well, they look okay but, maybe, they look a little bit _______.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ pronoun/conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/adverb/adjective for describing things/adjective for describing feelings/ exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


D09. 26:24 I think I need to add ________ other ingredients...

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/ NCNoun/ pronoun/conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns in singular form/quantifier used with CNouns in plural form and NCNouns /preposition/ adverb/adjective for describing things/adjective for describing feelings/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


D10. 26:31 ...to make our snack more _________________.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun/NCNoun/ pronoun/conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/ adverb/adjective for describing things/adjective for describing feelings/exclamation/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


D11. 26:36 Lets put some whipped cream ____ _______ _____ the apple pieces.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/ pronoun/ conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/comparative adjective/ superlative adjective/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


D12. 27:01 I think that the whipped cream makes the snacks look _____.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/ NCNoun/pronoun/ conjunction/quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/comparative adjective/ superlative adjective/main verb/ modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


D13. 27:18 However, I think they need something __________.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (pronoun/conjunction/preposition/ adjective/ comparative adjective/ superlative adjective/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb used to make questions/ancillary verb in negative form).


D14. 27:30 I think that the snacks would be ______ _________ , if......

In this sentence, ____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/ NCNoun/ subject pronoun/object pronoun/gerund/conjunction/ quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/ comparative adjective/ superlative adjective/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


D15. 27:38 ...I were to put some _____________ syrup on them.

In this sentence, ____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/Noun used as adjective/subject pronoun/object pronoun/gerund/conjunction/ quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns / preposition/comparative adjective/ superlative adjective/main verb/ modal verb/ancillary verb).


D16. 28:19 Thank you for ___________me a snack.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/subject pronoun/ object pronoun/gerund/conjunction/ quantifier used with CNouns/ quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/ adjective/main verb/modal verb/ancillary verb).


D17. 28:26 What ___ the snack made from?

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/C and NCNoun/ subject pronoun/object pronoun/gerund/conjunction/ quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/ adjective/ main verb/ modal verb/ancillary verb).


D18. 28:31 The snack is made from the ________ that you picked from the apple tree,

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/ subject pronoun/ object pronoun/ conjunction/ quantifier used with CNouns/quantifier used with NCNouns
/preposition/ adjective/main verb in its first person singular form/main verb in its first third person singular form/modal verb/ancillary verb.


D19. 28:42 whipped cream and butterscotch ________.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/subject pronoun/ object pronoun/gerund/conjunction/ quantifier used with CNouns/ quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/ adjective/main verb - first person singular form/main verb-third person singular form /modal verb/ ancillary verb).


D20. 28:49 It ________ delicious.

____________ is ____(a/an) _____________ (Proper Noun/CNoun in its singular form/CNoun in its plural form/NCNoun/subject pronoun/ object pronoun/gerund/conjunction/ quantifier used with CNouns/ quantifier used with NCNouns /preposition/ adjective/main verb -first person singular form/main verb - third person singular form/modal verb/ ancillary verb).





Elementary Level Quiz.

(This quiz contains 31 questions. If an Elementary level student were to attempt to answer all of these questions in one sitting we would expect it to take about 3 hours. We do not suggest that a student do this quiz in one sitting. We suggest breaking the quiz into 3 parts of 10 or 11 questions; in which case, we think that it will probably take an Elementary level student about 1 hour to complete each of the 3 parts.)


Answer the questions!
01. (00:10) (1) Is like a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(2) Does like describe a state in the brain or an action?

(3) Can we use the verb like in the continuous aspect?


02. (00:53-58) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


03. (01:12) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


04. (01:26) (1) When it is used to describe an opinion, is think a stative or a dynamic verb?

(2) Does think describe a state in the brain or an action?

(3) Which is correct? (a) I think that...., or (b) I am thinking that.....


05. (01:33) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb used as a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect when we talk about possession?


06. (01:46) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb used as a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect when we talk about existence?


07. (03:26) ... they, etc.

(1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?
(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


08. (03:37) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


09. (04:35) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


10. (05:49) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


11. (06:04) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


12. (06:07) Is the phrase on the whiteboard used for making positive statements, negative statements or asking questions?

The phrase on the whiteboard is used for ______________________.


13. (06:29) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


14. (07:06) (1) Write spiced using phonetic characters (sound symbols).

(2) Write the vowel sound symbol in spiced?

(3) What is the consonant sound symbol for -ed in spiced?

(4) Do we need to remember to pronounce the final sound in spiced very clearly?

(5) What problem will the listener have if we dont pronounce the final sound clearly? What word might the listener think that we have said?


15. (07:38) (1) Write like using phonetic characters (sound symbols).

(2) Write the vowel sound symbol in like?

(3) What is the sound symbol for final sound in the word like?

(4) Do we need to remember to pronounce the final sound in like very clearly?

(5) What problem will the listener have if we dont pronounce the final sound clearly? What word might the listener think that we have said?


16. (08:10) (1) Write spoon using phonetic characters (sound symbols).

(2) What is the vowel sound symbol in spoon?


17. (08:50) (1) Write you using phonetic characters (sound symbols).

(2) Write the vowel sound symbol in you?


18. (09:25) (1) Write a sentence where you is the subject pronoun.

(2) Write a sentence where you is the object pronoun.


19. (10:45) (1) Write would using phonetic characters (sound symbols).

(2) Write the vowel sound symbol in would?

(3) Use a dictionary and find two other words that contain that vowel symbol. Write the phonetic spelling and the English spelling of those words.

_______________ (phonetic spelling) ____________ (English spelling)

_______________ (phonetic spelling) ____________ (English spelling)

(4) What part of speech is would?


20. (12:00-13:28) For what function do we use the phrase Would you like....?

We use function phrase Would you like....? for making _____________.


21. (17:25-19:20) (1) In this sentence, is Would you like...? used to invite someone to do an activity or is Would you like...? used to invite someone to receive something?

In this sentence, Would you like...? is used to invite someone __________________ (to do an activity/to receive a thing).

(2) Is some coffee an activity or is some coffee a thing (noun phrase)?

some coffee is _____________ (an activity/a thing (noun phrase)).


22. (20:55-57) Yes......but

(1) What is the main verb in this phrase?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


23. (21:13) In this sentence, Tennyson uses the stative verb think.

(1) In this sentence, what form of the verb think does Tennyson use?

(2) In this sentence, what form of the verb give does Tennyson use?

(3) What tense/aspect of the verb give does Tennyson use?

(4) Why does the answer to (3) mean that give must be a dynamic verb?


24. (21:50-52) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the mainverb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


25. (22:44) What time is shown on the clock?

The time shown of the clock is twenty _________ ________ (before/past) four _________ in the afternoon.


26. (23:42) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb expressing a state of mind or an action?

(3) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(4) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


27. (26:14) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb used as a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect when we use that verb to mean seem?


28. (28:49) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect?


29. (31:18) (1) Write the phonetic symbol for the vowel sound in up.

(2) Write the phonetic symbol for the vowel sound that is spelt -er as in (teacher).

(3) Does the word that is spelt computer have the same final sound as teacher?

(4) Does the word that is spelt doctor have the same final sound as teacher?

(5) Write stomach using phonetic symbols (sound symbols).


30. (33:18-19) (1) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(2) Is the main verb used as a stative verb or a dynamic verb?

(3) Can we use that verb in the continuous aspect when we use that verb to mean seem?


31. (33:44) In this sentence, does Rudyard use Would you like...? to invite Tennyson to do an activity or to invite Tennyson to receive a thing?

In this sentence, Rudyard uses Would you like...? to invite Tennyson ___________ (to do an activity/to receive a thing).




Intermediate Level Quiz.

(This quiz has 34 questions. If an Intermediate level student were to attempt to answer all of these questions in one sitting we would expect it to take about 3 hours. We do not suggest that a student do this quiz in one sitting. We suggest breaking the quiz into 3 parts of 11 or 12 questions; in which case, we think that it will probably take an Intermediate level student about 1 hour to complete each of the 3 parts.)


Answer the questions!
01. (01:47) Explain the grammatical function of the preposition of in this sentence.


02. (02:03) (1) In this sentence, what does Tennyson do to the noun parachute in order to make it agree with the quantifier some?

(2) Explain the quantum of some as used in this sentence.


03. (02:10) one of its engines...

(1) What is the grammatical function of one in this sentence?

(2) What is the grammatical function of the preposition of in this sentence?

(3) What is the grammatical function of its in this sentence?

(4) When we use one of, what do we need to do to the main noun in order to make it agree with the quantum expressed by one of?

(5) What sort of nouns can we use one of with? CNouns in singular form, CNouns in plural form, NC Nouns?


04. (02:38) So......fly.

(1) What type of conditional clause does Tennyson use in this sentence?

(2) Write the formula for that conditional clause.


05. (03:58) (1) When we use the quantifier each, in what form must the noun be?

(2) What sort of nouns can we use each with? CNouns in singular form, CNouns in plural form, NC Nouns?


06. (05:50) (1) What ancillary verb that we use for making questions does Tennyson use in this sentence?

(2) When we use that ancillary verb in the form that it is used in this sentence, are we asking the listener a question about their present activity (in this case their
present knowledge) or are we asking a question about their activity (e.g. knowledge) in the past?

(3) What are the infinitive forms of the verbs that English uses as ancillary verbs?


07. (06:29) (1) What is the infinitive form of the ancillary verb that Rudyard uses in this sentence?

(2) For what purposes does English use that verb as an ancillary verb?

(3) In this sentence, what does Rudyard need to do to the main noun in order to make it agree with the quantifier all?

(4) What sort of nouns can we use all with? CNouns in singular form, CNouns in plural form, NC Nouns?

(5) Imagine that there is a group of 10 things. If the speaker uses all of in relation to that group, explain how many of the group is he or she referring to? (You are NOT allowed to use the word all in your answer).


08. (06:45-07:45) In phonetic script,

(1) write the vowel phoneme in like and spiced;

(2) write like; and

(3) write spiced.


09. (07:47) (1) What grammatical function does the other perform?

(2) Imagine that I have a cake and I cut it into four pieces. I say that one piece of the cake is for me to eat now, one of the pieces is for you to eat now and the other pieces are for you to take home. How many pieces are the other pieces?

(3) Imagine that there is a group of 10 things. If the speaker uses the other in relation to some of those things, what is the MAXIMUM number of things in the group that he or she can be referring to? (You are NOT allowed to use the word other in your answer).


10. (09:07) (1) What type of conditional clause is this?

(2) Why are conditional clauses used for explaining things?


11. (09:20) (1) What ancillary verb does Tennyson use in this sentence?

(2) Why does he use that ancillary verb?


12. (09:28) (1) What is the possessive determiner that is related to the pronoun discussed in this section?

(2) Is a possessive determiner a type of pronoun?

(3) What is the function of a pronoun?

(4) What is the function of a possessive determiner?

(5) Does a pronoun modify (give us more information about) a noun?

(6) Does a possessive determiner modify a noun?


13. (13:39) (1) What grammatical function does lots of have in this sentence?

(2) What sort of nouns can we use lots of with? CNouns in singular form, CNouns in plural form, NC Nouns?


14. (13:39-) Write the formula for inviting a person to do an activity using would you like....?.


15. (15:23) (1) What part of speech are words that are used to describe activities in English?

(2) What part of speech are words that are used to name things in English?

(3) What part of speech are words that are used to name a thing that is an activity? (e.g. I like swimming. What part of speech is swimming?)


16. (17:10) (1) Complete the gap!

We can use would you like ....? for the purpose of inviting someone to ______ a thing.

(2) Write the formula for the function described in (1).


17. (18:55) (1) What is the difference between (1) a noun; and (2) a noun phrase?

(2) What are the components of a noun phrase?


18. (20:39-21:30) Explain why Tennyson was confused by Rudyards question.


19. (22:44) If someone asked you the time and the time was the time shown on the clock, what would you say in order to reply in conversational (not formal) English?


20. (22:58-23:09) (1) In this sentence, what tense/aspect does Rudyard use?

(2) Why does he use that tense/aspect?

21. (23:19) (1) In this sentence, what tense/aspect does Tennyson use?

(2) Why does he use that tense/aspect?

(3) Why isnt the ancillary verb immediately before the main verb in this sentence?


22. (23:32) (1) In what tense/aspect is this sentence?

(2) What part of speech are picking and washing in this sentence?

(3) What is the main verb in this sentence?


23. (23:43) (1) is need to a modal verb in this sentence?

(2) What is the main verb in this sentence?

(3) Is each being used as a quantifier in this sentence?

(4) What sort of nouns can we use each with? CNouns in singular form, CNouns in plural form, NC Nouns?

(5) Imagine that there is a group of 10 things. If the speaker uses each in relation to the things in that group, explain how many of the group is he or she referring to? (You are NOT allowed to use the word each in your answer).


24. (26:15) What part of speech are boring and interesting in this sentence?

25. (27:21) (1) What type of conditional clause does Tennyson use in this sentence?

(2) Write the formula for that type of conditional clause.

(3) Does Tennyson use that conditional clause to put forward a hypothesis?


26. (28:18) (1) In what tense/aspect is this sentence?

(2) Why does Rudyard use that tense/aspect?

(3) What part of speech is making in this sentence?

(4) What is the main verb in this sentence?


27. (28:25) (1) What does the presence of the ancillary verb is combined with the past participle of the verb make tell you about this sentence?

(2) Why is is put immediately before the noun phrase the snack in this sentence rather than immediately before the main verb (made)?


28. (28:31) Why is is put immediately before the main verb (made) in this sentence?


29. (28:59) (1) Why does Tennyson use the present perfect (we have eaten) in this sentence.

(2) What is the effect of preceding we have eaten with the preposition After? In other words, what part of speech does Tennyson create from the preposition After PLUS the present perfect we have eaten?

(3) What is the modal verb in this sentence?

(4) What is the main verb in this sentence?


30. (29:13) (1) What is the ancillary verb in this sentence?

(2) Why is it in the past form?


31. (31:38) (General knowledge)

What is this vowel phoneme called?


32. (33:07) (1) What is the ancillary verb in this sentence?

(2) Why is the ancillary verb in the present simple form?

(3) Why does Tennyson use the present simple for this sentence?

(4) What part of speech is the phrase earlier today?


33. (33:22) When Rudyard says, Each paratrooper... on his stomach. which members of the group of paratroopers in the picture is Rudyard referring to? (DO NOT use the word each in your answer).


34. (33:44) (1) In this sentence, is Rudyard using would you like...? in order to invite Tennyson to engage in an activity or to receive a thing?

(2) How do you know the answer to (1) from the grammar of this sentence?


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