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  • 1. Exercises 1 EXERCISES NEW ENGLISH POINT – BOOK 4 Pre-Unit 1. Looking at the chart below, you can see what Mary did, is doing and is going to do this week. Time 8 a.m. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Get up Friday Saturday Work with her father Have Play breakfast 9 a.m. volleyball 10 a.m. Go to the Study mall 11 a.m. English Have lunch 12 a.m. with her friends 1 p.m. Eat at a restaurant Use 2 p.m. computer Run at the 3 p.m. park Clean her 5 p.m. Meet her bedroom 4 p.m. friends Watch TV Today is Tuesday and it is nine o’clock. Give complete answers about Mary’s activities. New English Point – Book 4
  • 2. Exercises 2 a. What is Mary doing now? She is playing volleyball. b. What is she going to do on Wednesday morning? She is going to study English. c. When is she going to work with her father? She is going to work with her father on Friday. d. What time did she get up on Monday? She got up at 8 a.m. e. What is she going to do on Saturday? She is going to have lunch with her friends. f. When did she go to the mall? She went to the club on Monday. g. Did she eat lunch at home on Sunday? No, she didn’t. She ate at a restaurant. h. What is she going to do on Friday at four o’clock? She is going to meet her friends. i. What did she do at five o’clock on Sunday? She watched TV. 2. Complete the sentences with who, where, when, how, whose, what, how long or which. a. What did you buy yesterday? I bought a T-shirt yesterday. b. Which do those children prefer, to study in the morning or to study in the evening? In the morning. c. How does he go to school every day? By bus. New English Point – Book 4
  • 3. Exercises 3 d. Where did the boys meet the girls last night? At the mall. e. Whose cap is that? It’s Sally’s. f. When is your birthday? It’s in September. g. How long did you stay in Santos? One week. h. Who did you visit last Sunday? My grandmother. 3. Find the verbs in the puzzle and complete the sentences in the simple past tense. S E E Q H A O K U A B L L Z V D A N C E I C D F M E A T S B R W O D U G O P J Y X R C N B S K M O I a. Last night we went to the theater. b. Jonathan saw beautiful places in the United States on his last trip. c. Susy bought some new DVDs last week. d. Dr. Smith worked in a big hospital. e. My cousins had lunch at a good snack bar last week. f. William and Sue danced a lot at Joe’s birthday party. 4. Match questions and answer. a. Sarah played tennis today, didn’t she? b. There wasn’t a car in front of your house, was there? c. The children didn’t watch TV this afternoon, did they? d. Jack was walking when you met him, wasn’t him? e. There were some boys here in the morning, weren’t there? ( e ) Yes, there were. ( a ) Yes, she did. ( d ) Yes, he was. ( b ) No, there wasn’t. ( c ) No, they didn’t. 5. Rewrite the sentences using: New English Point – Book 4
  • 4. Exercises 4 I. when a. I slept. She left the house. I was sleeping when she left the house. b. You took a shower. Peter arrived. You were taking a shower when Peter arrived. II. While a. I went to the movies. She made dinner. I was going to the movies while she was making dinner. b. We talked on the phone. Peggy studied. We were talking on the phone while Peggy was studying. New English Point – Book 4
  • 5. Exercises 5 Unit 1 1. Bob and his wife Susy are at a good restaurant. Find in the puzzle what each one would like to have for lunch. Then complete the sentences. Z X L Q W O I P L S T E A K M B A E L K Z I C U Y H E J S A R A T P T O M A T O E S O I S O G T F A P L R E L N F F O H C A U Q W W G R J K L M N S E C Z C C H O C O L A T E X P D O C E Y T U J T G H W L M A * L A B C E F J S K L I Q R G P I W X Z T C F J F N N B C H O A U K T P I E R S W E C D E T R S T C B G F I A O N V F T A R A Z X Q X W T A T O L U T T A B W A T E R M E L O N C I O E C D G J K L R S A E U D F E C H I C K E N Q C M B D A O S What would Bob like to have for lunch? He would like grilled steak and mashed potatoes. A salad with lettuce, tomatoes and carrots/broccoli. He would like to drink wine. For dessert he would like have some apple pie. What would Susy like to have for lunch? She would like spaghetti and chicken. A salad with tomatoes and broccoli/lettuce/carrots/tomatoes. She would like to drink a watermelon juice. For dessert she would like to have chocolate ice cream. 2. Make dialogs following the models. Models: lemon ice cream / yes Would you like some lemon ice cream? Yes,please. New English Point – Book 4
  • 6. Exercises 6 pork ribs / no Would you like pork chops? No, thanks. a. grilled tuna / yes Would you like apple pie? Yes, please. b. apple pie / no Would you like some lemon ice cream? No, thanks. c. pizza / yes Would you like some pizza? Yes, please. d. salad / yes Would you like some salad? Yes, please. e. grilled shrimp / no Would you like some grilled shrimp? No, thanks. 3. Rewrite the sentences using would like. Model: Janice wants to eat a hot dog. Janice would like to eat a hot dog. a. Peter wants to drink a large glass of pineapple juice. Peter would like to drink a large glass of pineapple juice. b. Lucy wants to eat rice, beans and a steak. New English Point – Book 4
  • 7. Exercises 7 Lucy would like to eat rice, beans and a steak. c. Bob and Ted want to eat a cheeseburger. Bob and Ted would like to eat a cheeseburger. d. Kate and Samantha want to drink lemonade. Kate and Samantha would like to drink lemonade. e. I want to eat a grilled tuna and mashed potatoes. I would like to eat a grilled tuna and mashed potatoes. 4. Mark the correct option. Some a. Can you make … for me? I’m hungry. b. Can you give her … crackers? c. Can you drive us … downtown? d. Can you call … for me? Something X Someone Somewhere X X X 5. Mark the correct answer. Anything a. Where will he go next vacation? b. Who likes to play tennis with Ann? c. What would you like to buy at the mall? d. Who would she like to talk to? e. Where would they like to study? Anybody Anywhere X X X X X New English Point – Book 4
  • 8. Exercises 8 Unit 2 1. Rewrite the sentences using the present perfect tense and the prepositions since or for according to the information given in parentheses. a. Philip attends a public school. (two years) Philip has attended a public school for two years. b. I meet my boyfriend on Saturdays. (six months) I have met my boyfriend on Saturdays for six months. c. You and your brother have good grades. (you entered school) You and your brother have had good grades since you entered school. d. She doesn’t do anything in the morning. (a long time) She hasn’t done anything in the morning for a long time. e. We drink a lot of fruit juice. (we were little children) We have drunk a lot of fruit juice since we were little children. f. My car doesn’t work well. (last month) My car hasn’t worked well since last month. 2. Choose a verb in the box to complete the sentences in the present perfect tense. talk – travel – spend – eat – read – be – do a. I have eaten a lot of typical food in Salvador. b. They have spent a week in Pantanal. c. Jonathan has talked to Mary’s mother. d. Julie and I have done our exercises. e. Those boys have traveled by themselves. f. We have read Bill’s biography. New English Point – Book 4
  • 9. Exercises 9 g. Caroline has been to Los Angeles a couple of times. 3. What haven’t these people done? a. Joe / study math Joe hasn’t studied math. b. Martha / bring some books from the library Martha hasn’t brought any books from the library c. Mrs. Carter and Helen / get their documents Mrs. Carter and Helen haven’t gotten their documents. d. The children / play soccer. The children haven’t played soccer. 4. Complete the sentences with since or for. a. The girl has studied in that school since 2007. b. The boy has written e-mails to his friend for one year. c. The children have lived in that neighborhood since 2008. d. The woman has saved money for three months. e. The boys have played soccer together since June. New English Point – Book 4
  • 10. Exercises 10 Unit 3 1. These people haven’t done a lot of things yet. What haven’t they done? Model: Martha / eat acarajés in Salvador Martha hasn’t eaten acarajés in Salvador. a. Joe / study math Joe hasn’t studied math. b. Mrs. Smith / water the plants Mrs. Smith hasn’t watered the plants. c. Helen / drive to New York Helen hasn’t driven to New York. d. The girls / buy some T-shirts The girls haven’t bought any T-shirts. e. Mike and I / get the documents Mike and I haven’t gotten the documents. 2. Complete the dialogs with ever, never or yet. a. Have you ever been to Maceió? No, I have never been to Maceió. b. Have Ed and Tim ever traveled by themselves? No, they haven’t traveled by themselves yet. c. Has Julie done her homework yet? No, she hasn’t done her homework yet. 3. Mark the correct alternative. New English Point – Book 4
  • 11. Exercises 11 a. Tom worked a lot … . ( x ) yesterday ( ) next week ( ) yet b. I visit my grandmother … . ( ) last week ( x ) every Tuesday ( ) yet c. They haven’t arrived in Brazil … . ( ) last Sunday ( ) every day ( x ) yet d. She has … had an accident. ( x ) never ( ) yet ( ) next week e. You didn’t watch that TV program … . ( x ) yesterday ( ) every day ( ) now ( ) yet ( x ) next week f. I’m going to buy a new book … . ( ) yesterday 4. Complete the sentences using the present perfect tense or the simple past tense. a. Samantha has been to Los Angeles many times. (be) b. Those boys went to Aracaju last month. (go) c. Joyce has visited Ted in Miami since 1999. (visit) d. Yesterday I ate at John’s restaurant. (eat) e. I have lived in Porto Alegre since 2003. (live) f. Sheila has gotten good grades since she entered that school. (get) g. Tim and I have watched an interesting program on CNN last night. (watch) h. I saw that article on the Internet yesterday. (see) i. I read that magazine a week ago. (read) New English Point – Book 4
  • 12. Exercises 12 Unit 4 1. Combine the sentences using who. Model: This is my cousin. He has just come from Greece. This is my cousin who has just come from Greece. a. That’s my friend. He lives in Paris. That’s my friend who lives in Paris. b. This is the doctor. He was born in Mexico. This is the doctor who was born in Mexico. c. This is my sister. She studies in California. This is my sister who studies in California. d. We know some boys. They play soccer very well. We know some boys who play soccer very well. 2. Make sentences using whose or where. a. The club / you swim / is closed today The club where you swim is closed today. b. I know / the girl / brother is studying in London I know the girl whose brother is studying in London. c. Talk to the teacher / students went to the museum Talk to the teacher whose students went to the museum. d. Let’s go / to the theater / we first met Let’s go to the theater where we first met. New English Point – Book 4
  • 13. Exercises 13 3. Combine the sentences using that. a. These are the exercises. I’m going to do the exercises in the morning. These are the exercises that I’m going to do in the morning. b. This is the bike. He is going to buy this bike. This is the bike that he is going to buy. c. Those are the dogs. She is going to take care of them. Those are the dogs that she is going to take care of. 4. Complete with who or which. a. The children who are in the classroom are from Mexico. b. The books which she has read are good. c. The girl who is at the door wants to talk to you. d. That’s the car which you are going to use. e. This is the woman who is going to help you. 4. Complete the sentences by choosing complements from the box. Use who or which. he is going to give a concert next Sunday – she works here – it caused a terrible accident – he lives in England – they are always late – it costs $100 – he writes comic strip Model: This book is about the man who writes comic strips. a. I want to buy the bike which costs $100. b. What’s the name of the singer who is going to give a concert next Sunday? c. They don’t like people who are always late. d. Susan knows your cousin who lives in England. e. That’s the plane which caused a terrible accident. f. Margaret wants to talk to the woman who works here. New English Point – Book 4
  • 14. Exercises 14 Unit 5 1. The Johnson’s are a shopping mall. Look at the pictures and write what each one will probably buy. What will the girls probably buy? They will probably buy T-shirts. Will Mrs. Johnson probably buy a skirt? No, she won’t. She will probably buy a dress. What will Mr. Johnson probably drink? He will probably drink a milk shake. New English Point – Book 4
  • 15. Exercises 15 Will the children probably buy? They will buy a book. What will the boy probably buy? He will probably buy a cap. 2. Read the invitation and give short affirmative or negative answers. a. Will Mr. and Mrs. Miller celebrate their birthday? No, they won’t. b. Will the reception be at the National Club? Yes, it will. c. Will the reception start at 6 p.m.? New English Point – Book 4
  • 16. Exercises 16 No, it won’t. d. Will the celebration be at a church? No, it won’t. e. Will the reception be on a Saturday? Yes, it will. f. Willl the reception be on May 3rd? Yes, it will. g. Will the reception be at 55 Rose Street? Yes, it will. 3. Use the verbs in parentheses in the appropriate tense. a. Will you probably go out tomorrow? (go out) b. Mr. Wilson made a telephone call and left home ten minutes ago. (make/leave) c. What does she always buy at the supermarket? (buy) d. We played soccer last Friday. (play) e. Where did he travel to last year? (travel) f. I will probably visit my friends next weekend? (visit) g. What did you give your father yesterday? I gave him a good book. (give) New English Point – Book 4
  • 17. Exercises 17 Unit 6 1. Listen to the sentences and underline the correct option. O professor deverá ler as seguintes frases. a. Helen would go to the theater if she had time. b. Joseph will travel to Rome in May if he has money. c. I would buy a new car if I had enough money. d. They would be happy if grandma visited them more e. Tom will have problems if he arrives late. f. Sheila will invite William to her party if he answers the telephone. a. Helen would go to the theater if she had time. Helen will go to the theater if she has time. b. Joseph would travel to Rome in May if he had money. Joseph will travel to Rome in May if he has money. c. I would buy a new car if I had enough money. I will buy a new car if I have enough money. d. They will be happy if grandma visits them more They would be happy if grandma visited them more. e. Tom will have problems if he arrives late. Tom would have problems if he arrived late. f. Sheila would invite William to her party if he answered the telephone. Sheila will invite William to her party if he answers the telephone. 2. Complete the sentences using the given information. a. If I were you I would work hard. (work hard) New English Point – Book 4
  • 18. Exercises 18 b. If I were a singer, I would sing only rock songs. (be a singer) c. She would see the Eiffel Tower if she were in Paris. (see the Eiffel Tower) d. If I have the opportunity, I will travel to New York in July. (travel to New York) e. If Joan were a teacher, she would work at a public school. (be a teacher) f. Mary will visit her grandparents if she goes to Santos. (go to Santos) g. The boys will play soccer if they have a chance. (play soccer) h. Jack will spend his vacation in Fortaleza if he has money. (have money) i. If I had time, I would make a cake. (have time) 3. Complete the questions. a. Where will you go if it doesn’t rain? I’ll go to the park if it doesn’t rain. b. Who will she see if she goes there? She’ll see Dr. Jones if she goes there. c. What would you do if you had more time? I’d watch more TV if I had more time. d. How long will Kate work if she doesn’t get to the office late? Kate will work for five hours if she doesn’t get to the office late. e. Who would you meet if you went to the party? I’d meet my friends if I went to the party. f. What will they do if it doesn’t rain? They’ll swim at the club if it doesn’t rain. New English Point – Book 4
  • 19. Exercises 19 Unit 7 1. Rewrite using may. Model: Maybe she will call me tomorrow. She may call me tomorrow. a. Maybe they will call you at night They may call you at night. b. Maybe Joe will arrive late. Joe may arrive late. c. Maybe Jessie will play volleyball on our team. Jessie may play volleyball on our team. d. Maybe we will travel to Peru. We may travel to Peru. 2. Make questions for these answers. a. What should I read? You should read this book. b. When should you go to Mary’s house? We should go to Mary’s house next week. c. What can Jane use ? Jane can use my computer. d. Where can Sam go next year? Sam can go to Santos next year. New English Point – Book 4
  • 20. Exercises 20 e. When should they study? They should study in the morning. 3. Complete the sentences using must and the appropriate verb from the box. work – like – have – study a. Ken has good marks. He must study every day. b. That couple bought an expensive house. They must have a lot of money. c. Mr. Wills is always tired. He must work a lot. d. He plays soccer every day. He must like it very much. 4. Ask and answer questions. Model: A: Does Jane always help her mother? B: No, she doesn’t. A: But she should help her. a. A: Does John always take care of his sisters? B: No, he doesn’t. A: But he should take care of them. b. A: Does Janice always make her bed? B: No, she doesn’t. A: But she should make it. c. A: Do you always do your exercises? B: No, I don’t. A: But you should do them. d. A: Do the children always drink milk in the morning? B: No, they don’t. A: But they should drink it. New English Point – Book 4
  • 21. Exercises 21 Unit 8 1. Find six verbs in the puzzle. Then complete the sentences with used to and the appropriate verb. D A W X A R C O F C I D R Q O N G K G O K H J H K M O N E U T A K E R V I B Z A K P L W O W A S H L a. I used to take a shower in the morning last year. b. Mary used to drink tea in the afternoon. c. We used to wash our clothes when we were living in London. d. Jason used to cook for his mother. e. The boys used to go to school in the evening last year. f. Mr. Connan used to work on Sundays last year. 2. Complete the sentences following the model. Model: Betty used to go to sleep early last year, but now she goes to sleep late. (go to sleep) a. Roger used to eat pizza on Saturdays, but now he eats it on Sundays. (eat) b. We used to go to Manaus every month, but now we go there twice a year. (go) c. They used to be friends, now they are boyfriend and girlfriend. (be) d. I used to dust the furniture every day, but now I dust it only on the weekends. (dust) e. The children used to make the beds in the morning, but now they make the beds in the afternoon. (make) 3. Mark R (right) or W (wrong). Then correct the wrong sentences using and or but. a. I study English or Spanish every day. ( R ) b. I wasn’t hungry but I ate a sandwich. ( R ) c. Susy likes dogs and she has a cat. ( W ) New English Point – Book 4
  • 22. Exercises 22 Susy likes dogs but she has a cat. d. Is he English and Brazilian? ( W ) Is he English or Brazilian? e. Is Julie happy and sad? ( W ) Is Julie happy or sad? f. Roy lives in Maceió but he is in Terezina now. ( R ) g. Jim plays tennis or soccer well. ( W ) Jim plays tennis and soccer well. New English Point – Book 4