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  1. 1. Grammar file 5 English File 11 Present simple: routines How often …? She gets up at 7.30 every day. Then she has a shower. We have dinner at 6.00. After that we watch TV. s Use the present simple for things you do every day / week, etc. s Remember: After that we … / After dinner we …  After we watch TV. cook?2 No article How often do you go to the theatre? have breakfast / lunch / dinner go once day. to work / school / bed get twice week. I at 7.00. (about) a start three times month. work / school I cook four times year. finish I go to the theatre go home evening. every day. week, etc. s Don’t use the with have (breakfast / lunch, etc.).  I have the dinner. s Use once / twice.  one time / two times s Don’t use the with verbs + work / school / bed.  I go to the bed. s Don’t use the or to with go home. 4 have or have got ?  I go to the home. Things / People s Don’t use the when you speak about things in general. I have / don’t have a car. I like music.  I like the music. I’ve got / haven’t got two children.3 Expressions of frequency Activities Adverbs breakfast I have / don’t have at 6.00. a shower always 100% usually s Use have or have got for things / people. often (Do you have …? = Have you got …?) I have breakfast. sometimes s Use only have for activities. hardly ever  I’ve got a shower at 6.00. never 0% 5 Prepositions of time (2) Adverb Verb in on at I never go to the cinema. What time do you usually finish work? the morning Monday (morning) six o’clock the afternoon 1st May night s Adverbs of frequency go before the verb. the evening lunchtime December Christmas s Adverbs of frequency go after be. the summer the weekend  He always is tired. s Use in for parts of the day, months, and seasons. s Use on for days and dates. s Use at for times of the day and festivals. © Oxford University Press
  2. 2. Grammar check 5 English File I1 a Present simple: routines Write about 2 Articles Complete with the or nothing (–). ○ ○ Colin Willis. ○ 1 She usually leaves – home at eight. ○ ○ 2 Gabriel likes cooking. ○ ‘I usually at and ○ 3 They work in centre of Barcelona. ○ ○ 4 We usually have breakfast together. ○ and for breakfast. After breakfast, I ○ ○ 5 They often go to bed early. ○ ○ and then I go to work . 6 In July, I go to beach every day. ○ ○ ○ 3 Expressions of frequency Write sentences. ○ ○ I get to work at . I work until ○ 1 often I forget names ○ ○ I often forget names. ○ and then I . I start again at ○ 2 come to doesn’t class he usually ○ ○ He doesn’t usually come to class. ○ and finish at .I before I go 3 Sergei exercise any never does ○ ○ ○ ○ . I get home at about . 4 work day every does Tessa ? ○ ○ ○ ○ I at about . After dinner, I 5 once we play week golf a ○ ○ ○ ○ sometimes go out for a but I 6 birthdays always do you remember ? ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ usually just stay at home and . ○ 4 have / have got Change from have to have got. ○ ○ Use contractions. ○ I before . My life isn’t ○ 1 We don’t have ○ a mountain bike. ○ We haven’t got ○ very exciting.’ ○ 2 He has a microwave. ○ ○ He usually gets up at seven and has coffee and a ○ ○ piece of toast for breakfast. After ... 3 Do they have Yes, they do. ○ a car? ○ ○ Yes, they . b Look at Colin’s answers. Write the questions. ○ ○ Remember Q A S I ! 4 He doesn’t have any problems. ○ ○ 1 What / for breakfast? What do you have for ○ ○ breakfast? Coffee and toast. 5 I have some American friends. ○ ○ 2 When / shower? ○ ○ After breakfast. ○ ○ 5 Prepositions of time Write in, on, at, or ○ 3 How / to work? ○ nothing (–). ○ By bus. ○ 1 in the morning 7 the weekend ○ 4 What time / lunch? ○ ○ 2 Tuesday 8 Tuesday night ○ At one o’clock. ○ 3 6.30 9 dinner-time ○ 5 What / after work? ○ 4 March 10 midnight ○ I go shopping. ○ ○ 5 tonight 11 this evening 6 What time / home? ○ ○ 6 next lesson 12 tomorrow night ○ About six forty-five. ○ © Oxford University Press

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