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  • 1. Exercises 1 EXERCISES NEW ENGLISH POINT – BOOK 3 Pre-Unit 1. Complete the sentences with do, does, don’t or doesn’t. a. Do Mr. and Mrs. Smith work every day? b. Roy doesn’t study French. c. Where do you have lunch every day? d. Jill and Sue don’t study math in the afternoon. They study English. e. Does Warren have short curly hair? f. I don’t play tennis, I play basketball. 2. Complete the text with the verbs in parentheses using the simple present tense. I am (be) John Miller. I study (study) at a very good school in London, England. I get up (get up) at about 6:30 every morning. Then, I have breakfast (have breakfast) and go (go) to school. My mother usually drives (drive) me there because she works (work) near the school. At twelve o’clock, I have lunch (have lunch) at a snack bar. For lunch, I usually eat (eat) a sandwich and drink (drink) a glass of orange juice. I leave (leave) school at four o’clock. After school, I usually go (go) to the club with my father. There, we play (play) basketball and swim (swim). In the evening, I do (do) my homework, watch (watch) TV and go (go) to bed at about ten o’clock. Now, complete either the questions or the answers about the text. a. Where does John study? John studies at a very good school in London, England. b. What time does he get up every morning? He gets up at about 6:30 every morning. c. What does he do after he gets up? New English Point – Book 3
  • 2. Exercises 2 After he gets up, he has breakfast. d. Does his mother usually drive him to school? Yes, she usually drives him to school. e. Where does John have lunch? He has lunch at a snack bar. f. What does he usually eat and drink for lunch? He usually eats a sandwich and drinks a glass of milk. g. What time does John leave school? He leaves school at four o’clock. h. Does he go home after school? No, he doesn’t. i. Where does he go after school? He goes to the club. j. What do John and his father do at the club? They play basketball and swim. k. What does John do in the evening? He watches TV and goes to bed at about ten o’clock. 2. Answer the questions using the words in the box. at grandma’s – photography – his cousin – next month – at six o’clock a. What is Nancy going to study next year? She is going to study photography. b. Who is Jim going to see in the afternoon? He is going to see his cousin. c. Where are Carol and Peter going to have dinner tonight? They are going to have dinner at grandma’s. d. What time is William going to work tomorrow? He is going to work at six o’clock. e. When are the boys going to travel to Santos? They are going to travel to Santos next month. 3. Make sentences using can or can’t and the given words. a. Caroline / dance Caroline can dance. New English Point – Book 3
  • 3. Exercises 3 b. The boys / not play basketball The boys can’t play basketball. c. Cindy / swim Cindy can swim. d. Alex / skate Alex can skate. 4. Ask and answer. $300.00 Model: How much is the flute? It’s three hundred dollars. $1,456.00 a. How much is the cello? It’s one thousand, four hundred and fifty-six dollars $5,432.00 b. How much is the piano? It’s five thousand, four hundred and thirty two dollars. $2,899.00 c. How much is the saxophone? It’s two thousand, eight hundred and ninety-nine dollars. New English Point – Book 3
  • 4. Exercises 4 $1,500.00 d. How much are the drums? They are one thousand, five hundred dollars. New English Point – Book 3
  • 5. Exercises 5 Unit 1 1. Fill in the blanks using mine, yours, your or hers. a. A: Is this your cap? B: Yes, it’s mine. A: What about this T-shirt? Is it yours too? B: No, it’s not mine. It’s Carol’s. A: Are you sure? B: Yes, I am. It’s hers. b. A: Is this your dress? B: No, it isn’t. A: So, whose dress is it? B: I think it’s Mary’s. A: No, hers is blue. 2. Choose the correct alternative. a. Where are … caps? They’re under … bed. ( X ) your / his ( ) yours / his ( ) her / yours b. This T-shirt isn’t … . … T-shirt is black. ( ) his / Yours ( X ) his / His ( ) mine/ Mine c. Helen is going to visit … grandma next week. Joe is going to visit … tomorrow. ( ) hers/ our ( ) her / my ( X ) her/ his d. … car is big and … is small. ( X ) Our/ theirs ( ) Mine/ your ( ) Your / her 3. Make dialogs. Follow the model. Model: blouse/ Ann Whose blouse is this? Is it Ann’s? Yes, it’s hers. New English Point – Book 3
  • 6. Exercises 6 a. cap / Peter Whose cap is this? Is it Peter’s? Yes, it’s his. b. pants / Fred Whose pants are these? Are they Fred’s? Yes, they’re his. c. boots / Susy Whose boots are these? Are they Susy’s? Yes, they’re hers. d. belt / Joe Whose belt is it? Is it Joe’s? Yes, it’s his. e. necklace / Mary Whose necklace is it? Is it Mary’s? Yes, it’s hers. 4. Complete the sentences. Model: Fred / house Fred’s house is in New York. a. My friend / last name My friend’s last name is Johnson. b. Susan / new apartment Susan’s new apartment is on Rose Street. c. those girls / cousins Those girls’ cousins are Carol and Joyce. d. Jeanne / birthday Jeanne’s birthday is in April. New English Point – Book 3
  • 7. Exercises 7 e. Bill / father How old is Bill’s father? f. The students / synthesizers The students’ synthesizers are in Room A. New English Point – Book 3
  • 8. Exercises 8 Unit 2 1. Listen to what some people did last week. Then mark yes or no according to the pictures. O professor deverá ler pausadamente cada frase. a. Sylvia cleaned her bedroom. b. Mary cooked dinner. c. Brad studied math. d. Jack called his friend. e. Tom listened to some CDs. a. d. e. b. Yes c. a. b. c. d. e. No X X X X X 2. Write what Jason and William did last Sunday. Use the verbs given in the box. arrive – decide – return – want – play – look for – arrive – wait for Jason and William arrived at the beach very early last Sunday. They waited for a friend, Roy. Roy arrived and they looked for a ball because they wanted to play soccer. New English Point – Book 3
  • 9. Exercises 9 They played soccer for about one hour. Then they decided to swim. They returned home at the end of the day. 3. Rewrite the sentences in the simple past tense. Use yesterday. a. Does he try to call her every day? Did he try to call her yesterday? b. We don’t travel on weekends. We didn’t travel yesterday. c. My parents stay home every morning. My parents stayed home yesterday. d. Do you close the doors every day? Did you close the doors yesterday? e. We study at the library in the afternoon. We studied at the library yesterday. f. Vera doesn’t work every day. Vera didn’t work yesterday. 4. Read these paragraphs and answer the questions about them. I. My name is Mary. I worked at Alpha School for five years as a teacher. I liked the students and the school. II. John worked as a chairman of Sun Company for 10 years. He loved his work. III. Jessica attended public school during her childhood. She liked the school and her friends a lot. a. Did Mary work at Harvard University? No, she didn’t. b. Did John love his work? Yes, he did. c. Did Jessica attend private school during her childhood? No, she didn’t. d. Did John work at Sun Company for 10 years? Yes, he did. e. Did John work as a teacher at Sun Company? No, he didn’t. f. Did Jessica like her school? New English Point – Book 3
  • 10. Exercises 10 Yes, she did. g. Did Mary work as a teacher at Alpha School? Yes, she. New English Point – Book 3
  • 11. Exercises 11 Unit 3 1. Complete the sentences with the verbs in parentheses using the simple past tense. a. According to some historians, rock began in July 1954. (begin) b. I met my friend Jason at the mall this morning. (meet) c. Elvis Presley sang like a black singer. (sing) d. The children didn’t wake up early on Friday (not / wake up). They slept until ten o’clock. (sleep) e. I didn’t read the newspaper yesterday. (not / read) I read a magazine. (read) f. Paul didn’t come from London. (not / come). He came from Paris. (come) g. We had lunch at an Italian restaurant last night. (have lunch) h. She didn’t leave home yesterday morning. (not / leave) She had to do her homework. (have) 2. Write the sentences according to the pictures making a short story. • At nine o’clock he came back home. • Of course he arrived there late. • and went to work. • Jason woke up at seven o’clock • He had breakfast • At lunch-time he met his friend Martin. • Then he drove to school again. • He went to class at ten o’clock. • he left school in the evening. • but he didn’t get up until eight o’clock. • He forgot some books. • At home he made a delicious pizza for his family. New English Point – Book 3
  • 12. Exercises a. 12 e. Jason woke up at seven o’clock At nine o’clock he came back home. c. b. He had breakfast but he didn’t get up until eight o’clock. New English Point – Book 3
  • 13. Exercises d. and went to work. f. He forgot some books. 13 g. Then he drove to school again. i. He went to class at ten o’clock. New English Point – Book 3
  • 14. Exercises 14 k. j. He left school in the evening. At lunch-time he met his friend Martin. h. l. Of course he arrived there late. At home he made a delicious pizza for his family. New English Point – Book 3
  • 15. Exercises 15 3. Find words and complete the paragraph with them. W E N T A T I A K M G P O Q S A N O K O E W R A T Z K D B R U S H E D O I H J H L R U V S G A V E G E F L D R Y H D S A I O U T W O R K E D Mrs. Thompson had a very busy day yesterday. She got up at six o’clock, went to the bathroom and took a shower. After that, she had breakfast. She brushed her teeth and left home. She arrived at her work at 8 o’clock. She worked all day. At six o’clock she went to a shopping mall to buy a present. She bought a nice T-shirt. When she arrived home she gave the T-shirt to her husband because it was his birthday. After that, they went to a big restaurant. 4. Use the appropriate verb from the box and add a question tag. Use the simple past tense. have – do – write – listen – go a. Samuel wrote a nice composition this morning, didn’t he? b. The girls went to bed early yesterday, didn’t they? c. You didn’t listen to music this afternoon, did you? d. I didn’t have dinner at home three days ago, did I? e. The girls did their homework yesterday, didn’t they? New English Point – Book 3
  • 16. Exercises 16 Unit 4 1. Answer the questions about the pictures. Model: Which house is worse, the one on the right or the one on the left? The house on the left is worse than the one on the right. a. Which bus is better, the one on the right or the one on the left? The bus on the right is better than the one on the left. b. Which bike is better, the one on the right or the one on the left? The bike on the left is better than the one on the right. New English Point – Book 3
  • 17. Exercises 17 c. Which car is worse, the one on the right or the one on the left? The car on the left is worse than the one on the right. 2. Complete the sentences using the adjectives in the comparative degree. a. The T-shirt is more expensive than the shirt. (expensive) b. The stove is newer than the fridge. (new) c. The apartment on the right is bigger than the one on the left. (big) d. The yellow armchair is cheaper than the white one. (cheap) e. The red car is more comfortable than the blue one. (comfortable) 3. Join the sentences using as ... as. a. Peter is tall. Jason is tall too. Peter is as tall as Jason. b. Betty is beautiful. Sally is beautiful too. Betty is as beautiful as Sally. c. Bob’s bedroom is small. Janice’s bedroom is small too. Bob’s bedroom is as small as Janice’s bedroom. d. This computer is modern. This TV set is modern too. This computer is as modern as this TV set. e. Jack’s children are happy. Bob’s children are happy too. Jack’s children are as happy as Bob’s children. 4. Rewrite the sentences. Follow the model. Model: John isn’t as young as Tom. John is older than Tom. a. This city isn’t as quiet as mine. This city is noisier than mine. New English Point – Book 3
  • 18. Exercises 18 b. Betty’s family isn’t as small as mine. Betty’s family is bigger than mine. c. This dress isn’t as expensive as that one. This dress is cheaper than that one. d. This magazine isn’t as good as that book. This magazine is better than that book. New English Point – Book 3
  • 19. Exercises 19 Unit 5 1. Look at the chart below. STATES SIZE (km2) POPULATION HIGHEST POINTS Acre Alagoas Amapá Amazonas 152,581 27,767 142,814 1,570,745 (inhabitants) 655,385 3,037,103 587,311 3,221,939 Pico da Neblina Bahia Ceará Espírito Santo 564,692 148,825 46,077 14,080,654 8,185,286 3,351,669 3,014 m Pico do Cruzeiro 2,861 m Goiás Maranhão Mato Grosso Mato Grosso do 340,086 331,983 903,357 357,124 5,647,035 6,118,995 2,854,642 2,265,274 Sul Minas Gerais 586,528 19,273,506 Pico das Bandeiras 2,890 m Pará Paraíba Paraná Pernambuco Piauí Rio de Janeiro 1,247,689 56,439 199,314 98,311 251,529 43,696 7,065,573 3,641,395 10,284,503 8,485,386 3,032,421 15,420,375 Pico das Agulhas Negras 2,787 m Rio Grande do 52,796 3,013,740 Norte Rio Grande do 281,748 10,582,840 Sul Rondônia Roraima Santa Catarina São Paulo 237,576 224,298 95,346 248,209 1,453,756 395,725 5,866,252 39,827,570 Sergipe Tocantins Distrito 21,910 277,620 5,801 1,939,426 1,243,627 2,455,903 Pico dos Marins 2,422 m New English Point – Book 3
  • 20. Exercises 20 Federal Now, answer the questions. a. What is the largest state in Brazil? It is Amazonas. b. What is the highest point in Brazil? It is Pico da Neblina. c. What is the smallest state in Brazil? It is Sergipe. d. What is the second most populous state in Brazil? It is Minas Gerais. e. What is the highest point in Espírito Santo? It is Pico do Cruzeiro. f. What is the third smallest state in Brazil? It is Rio de Janeiro. 2. Complete the sentences with the superlative degree of the adjectives. a. Mary is the youngest girl here. (young) b. Is January the hottest month in Porto Alegre? (hot) c. That’s the largest room in this school. (large) d. Peter is the tallest boy in our family. (tall) e. Are they the best teachers of them all? (good) f. What’s the biggest city in India? (big) 3. Use the comparative degree or the superlative degree of the adjectives in parentheses to complete the dialogs. a. A: What’s the biggest city in Brazil? (big) B: It’s São Paulo. A: And the most populous one? (populous) B: It’s São Paulo too. A: Is it the most beautiful city in Brazil? (beautiful) B: Well, in my opinion, Rio de Janeiro is more beautiful than São Paulo. (beautiful) New English Point – Book 3
  • 21. Exercises 21 b. A: Today is the first day of summer. The days are going to get hotter than they were in spring. (hot) B: Are they going to get rainier than in spring too? (rainy) A: Sure. These are the hottest days of the year. (hot) c. A: Is Jack the best student in class? (good) B: Well, he is a very good student, but he isn’t the best one. (good) A: And that pretty girl? Who is she? B: She’s Caroline. She’s the prettiest girl in class. (pretty) 4. Complete this dialog using words from the box. It was a summer course – Yes, it was. – How are you? – Yes, I am. – The courses are really good. – wasn’t it. – We were in the same class three years ago. – Hi! Bob: Hi, don’t I know you? Paul: I think so! You look familiar. We were in the same class three years ago, weren’t we? Bob: Yeah, that’s right. It was a summer course, wasn’t it? Paul: Yes, it was. And the course was about politics, wasn’t it? Bob: Yes, it was. How are you? Paul: I’m fine. I want you to meet my girlfriend Melissa. Melissa: Hi! Bob: Hi! Are you studying at Palm School too? Melissa: Yes, I am. Bob: The courses are really good, aren’t they? Melissa: Yes, they are Paul: We need to go now. It was a pleasure to see you again. Bye. New English Point – Book 3
  • 22. Exercises 22 Unit 6 1. The Greens were doing a lot of things when uncle John arrived. Answer the questions following the model. When uncle John arrived… Model: Mr. Green / cook Mr. Green was cooking. a. Mrs. Green / read a newspaper Mrs. Green was reading a newspaper. b. the girls / play basketball The girls were playing basketball. c. the boy / study math The boy was studying math. d. the baby / sleep The baby was sleeping. 2. Complete the story about Dr. Jones with the verbs from the box. take off – drive – give – rain – talk – ring – get up Dr. Jones got up at 7:00 yesterday. When he was getting up, the telephone rang. It was on of his patients. He got dressed, drank a cup of coffee and went out. While he was driving to the hospital there was an accident. So he arrived at the hospital late. While he was taking off his coat, Jennifer, his nurse, was talking to him about his patient. Dr. Jones examined the boy, gave him an injection and said that it wasn’t a serious problem. When he left the hospital it was raining and, of course the traffic was terrible. He arrived home an hour later. He went into the kitchen and gave his wife a kiss. New English Point – Book 3
  • 23. Exercises 23 3. Join the sentences using: I. When a. I left the house. My friend arrived. I was leaving the house when my friend arrived. b. Sheila listened to music. Her cousins called her. Sheila was listening to music when her cousins called her. c. Dad washed the dishes. The TV program began. Dad was washing the dishes when the TV program began. II. While a. My mother talked on the telephone. My father read a book. My mother was talking on the telephone while my father was reading a book. b. Betsy bought a book. Deborah had a snack. Betsy was buying a book while Deborah was having a snack. c. Your brother watered the plants. You slept. While your brother was watering the plants you were sleeping. New English Point – Book 3
  • 24. Exercises 24 Unit 7 1. Complete the sentences using some, any, no and derivatives according to the picture. a. There aren’t any cars in the parking lot. b. There is somebody/someone at the bus stop. c. She brought no DVD from the video store. New English Point – Book 3
  • 25. Exercises 25 d. There are some students in the zoo. e. They aren’t going anywhere tonight. f. There is nobody/no-one at the circus. g. He didn’t meet anybody/anyone at the airport. New English Point – Book 3
  • 26. Exercises 26 2. Change the sentences to the required form. a. I have something to do there. Negative form: I have nothing to do there. / I don’t have anything to do there. b. There wasn’t anything on the table yesterday. Interrogative form: Was there anything on the table yesterday? / Wasn’t there anything on the table yesterday? c. I like to study with someone. Negative form: I don’t like to study with anyone/anybody. d. Did you go anywhere last Saturday? Affirmative form: You went somewhere last Saturday. e. There was no water to drink here yesterday. Affirmative form: There was some water to drink here yesterday. 3. Rewrite in the past tense. a. There isn’t a drugstore on the corner, is there? There wasn’t a drugstore on the corner, was there? b. There are a lot of leaflets on the table, aren’t there? There were a lot of leaflets on the table, weren’t there? c. There’s a bottle of water in the fridge, isn’t there? There was a bottle of water in the fridge, wasn’t there? d. There aren’t a lot of people at the mall, are there? There weren’t a lot of people at the mall, were there? New English Point – Book 3
  • 27. Exercises 27 Unit 8 1. Complete the sentences with the verbs given and add the appropriate reflexive pronoun. a. She hurt herself with a knife yesterday. (hurt) b. He burned himself on the stove last night. (burn) c. I pricked myself with a fork two days ago. (prick) d. They cut themselves with a knife yesterday. (cut) e. We hurt ourselves in the bathroom last month. (hurt) f. You burned yourself/yourselves when you were cooking. (burn) 2. Everybody was very busy yesterday. Write what they did. Use the verbs form the box. cook – make – wash – make – go Model: George himself made the cake. New English Point – Book 3
  • 28. Exercises 28 a. Joe himself washed the dishes. b. Susan herself cooked lunch/dinner. c. Johnny himself went the supermarket. d. Carol and Peter themselves made the beds. 3. Answer the questions following the model. Model: Who helped him do the homework? Nobody. He did the homework by himself. a. Who made this cake for you? Nobody. I made this cake by myself. b. Who works with Nancy? Nobody. She works by herself. New English Point – Book 3
  • 29. Exercises 29 c. Who is going to live with us? Nobody. We are going to live by ourselves. d. Who went to school with Ann? Nobody. She went to school by herself. e. Who is going to the party with Ed? Nobody. He is going to the party by himself. New English Point – Book 3