EIGHTH WEEK - HUITIÈME SEMAINE
RÉVISIONS  6 - WEEK 6

Pour cette huitième semaine on innove :

1/ C'est une semaine de révisions.
Une leçon de révisions pour chaque semaine de cours !

2/ Et j'ai mis renforcé le nombre d'exercices et leur longueur, vous allez voir c'est sympa je pense :).

Bonnes révisions !

LESSON 1 :  COMPARATIFS

Complètez les phrases à l’aide de la bonne forme.
ATTENTION : Il y a une SEULE réponse possible

1/ This Jumper is > expensive > this coat. 

A/ the most expensive

B/ less expensive than

C/ as expensive as

D/ the least expensive

E/ more expensive than

 

2/ This street is < busy < this avenue.

A/ the busiest

B/ less busy than

C/ as busy as

D/ the least busy

E/ more busy than

 

3/ Sam is = tall = Adam.

A/ the tallest

B/ less tall than

C/ as tall as

D/ the least tall

E/ taller than

 

4/ The Eiffel Tower is > big > my house.

A/ the biggest

B/ less big than

C/ as big as

D/ the least big

E/ bigger than

 

5/ Walking is < tiring < running.

A/ the most tiring

B/ less tiring than

C/ as tiring as

D/ the least tiring

E/ more tiring than

 

6/ Your car is = old = mine.

A/ the oldest

B/ less old than

C/ as old as

D/ the least old

E/ older than

 

7/ This itinerary is > long > that one.

A/ the longest

B/ less long than

C/ as long as

D/ the least long

E/ longer than

 

8/ The first exercise was < difficult < the second one.

A/ the most difficult

B/ less difficult than

C/ as difficult as

D/ the least difficult

E/ more difficult than

 

9/ You look = young = the last time I saw you.

A/ the youngest

B/ less young than

C/ as young as

D/ the least young

E/ younger than

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Answers: 

1/ This Jumper is > expensive > this coat. = Ce pull est plus cher que ce manteau.

A/ the most expensive

B/ less expensive than

C/ as expensive as

D/ the least expensive

E/ more expensive than

 

2/ This street is < busy < this avenue. = Cette rue est moins passante que cette avenue.

A/ the busiest

B/ less busy than

C/ as busy as

D/ the least busy

E/ more busy than

 

3/ Sam is = tall = Adam. = Sam est aussi grand que Adam.

A/ the tallest

B/ less tall than

C/ as tall as

D/ the least tall

E/ taller than

 

4/ The Eiffel Tower is > big > my house. = La tour Eiffel est plus grande que ma maison.

A/ the biggest

B/ less big than

C/ as big as

D/ the least big

E/ bigger than

 

5/ Walking is < tiring < running. = La marche est moins fatigante que la course.

A/ the most tiring

B/ less tiring than

C/ as tiring as

D/ the least tiring

E/ more tiring than

 

6/ Your car is = old = mine. = Ta voiture est aussi ancienne que la mienne.

A/ the oldest

B/ less old than

C/ as old as

D/ the least old

E/ older than

 

7/ This itinerary is > long > that one. = Cet itinéraire est plus long que celui-là.

 

A/ the longest

B/ less long than

C/ as long as

D/ the least long

E/ longer than

 

8/ The first exercise was < difficult < the second one. = Le premier exercice était moins difficile que le second.

A/ the most difficult

B/ less difficult than

C/ as difficult as

D/ the least difficult

E/ more difficult than

 

9/ You look = young = the last time I saw you. = Tu as l’air aussi jeune que la dernière fois que je t’ai vu(e).

A/ the youngest

B/ less young than

C/ as young as

D/ the least young

E/ younger than

LESSON 2 : LES SUPERLATIFS

Choisissez la bonne réponse parmi celles-ci (une seule forme possible par phrase à compléter).

the tastiest - the least - the least affordable - the most active

the most exciting - the worst - the greatest

 

1/ Lucy is one of ________ members of the association. = Lucy est l’une des membres les plus actives de l’association

2/ Visiting him in the hospital is ________ I can do. = Lui rendre visite à l’hôpital est la moindre des choses que je puisse faire.

3/ Wow! I’ve just watched ________ movie! = Wow! Je viens de voir le film le plus excitant !

4/ Yuck! It’s ________ food ever! = Beurk !  = C’est le pire que j’ai jamais mangé.

5/ Yum! This pizza is ________ I’ve ever had! = Cette pizza est la meilleure que j’ai jamais mangé.

6/ This is ________ solution for me. I’m not going to choose it. = Cette solution est la plus coûteuse (la moins bon marché) pour moi. Je ne vais pas la choisir.

7/ The song Bohemian Rhapsody was one of ________ successes of Queen. = La chanson Bohemian Rhapsody a été un des plus grands succès de Queen.

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Answers:

1/ Lucy is one of the most active members of the association.

2/ Visiting him in the hospital is the least I can do.

3/ Wow! I’ve just watched the most exciting movie!

4/ Yuck! It’s the worst food ever!

5/ Yum! This pizza is the tastiest I’ve ever had!

6/ This is the least affordable solution for me. I’m not going to choose it.

7/ The song Bohemian Rhapsody was one of the greatest successes of Queen.

LESSON 3 : ÉCRIRE UN EMAIL

Complètez avec les mots suivants :

catalogue – could - dear – forward – from – have - invoice – items – make - morning – order – price - regards  - reply – transfer – would - your

 

______ Sir,

Thank you for ______ quick ______.

I ______ received your ______. I’ll ______ a bank ______ tomorrow ______.

Also, I ______ like to ______ a few more ______ from your ______.

______ you send me a ______ list?

Looking ______ to hearing ______ you.

Best ______,

Mr Jenkins

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Answer:

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your quick reply.

I have received your invoice. I’ll make a bank transfer tomorrow morning.

Also, I would like to order a few more items from your catalogue.

Could you send me a price list?

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Mr Jenkins

LESSON 4 : CONDITIONNEL

Choisissez la réponse correcte :

1/ If you jumped in the pool, you ________ wet. 

A/ will get

B/ get

C/ would get

D/ can get

 

2/ If you were hot, you ________ open the window. 

A/ will

B/ would

C/ could

D/ can

 

3/ If I ________ the answer, I ________ tell you.

A/ know / would

B/ knew / would

C/ know / could

D/ knew / can

 

4/ If you work hard, you ________ succeed.

A/ would

B/ have

C/ will

D/ would have

 

5/ If she saw you dressed like that, she ________ freak out.

A/ would

B/ will

C/ can

D/ have

 

6/ What ________ you like to have for dinner?

A/ would

B/ can

C/ should

D/ could

 

7/ It’s cold outside, you ________ wear a hat.

A/ will

B/ would

C/ should

D/ have

 

8/ ________  we open a bottle of wine?

A/ will

B/ should

C/ have

D/ must

  

9/  ________ you go abroad if you ________ ? 

A/ Can / will

B/ would / could

C/ could / will

D/ will / would

  

10/ If the weather ________ better, we ________ go out.

A/ gets / will

B/ gets / would

C/ got / will

D/ got / have

 

11/ If I ________ you, I ________ give up.

A/ were / have

B/ was / can

C/ was / will

D/ were / would

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Answers:

 

1/ If you jumped in the pool, you would get wet.

A/ will get

B/ get

C/ would get

D/ can get

 

2/ If you were hot, you could open the window.

A/ will

B/ would

C/ could

D/ can

 

3/ If I knew the answer, I would tell you.

A/ know / would

B/ knew / would

C/ know / could

D/ knew / can

 

4/ If you work hard, you will succeed.

 

A/ would

B/ have

C/ will

D/ would have

 

5/ If she saw you dressed like that, she would freak out.

A/ would

B/ will

C/ can

D/ have

 

6/ What would you like to have for dinner?

 

A/ would

B/ can

C/ should

D/ could

 

7/ It’s cold outside, you should wear a hat.

 

A/ will

B/ would

C/ should

D/ have

 

8/ Should we open a bottle of wine?

A/ will

B/ should

C/ have

D/ must

 

9/ Would you go abroad if you could?

 

A/ Can / will

B/ would / could

C/ could / will

D/ will / would

 

10/ If the weather gets better, we will go out.

 

A/ gets / will

B/ gets / would

C/ got / will

D/ got / have

 

11/ If I were you, I would give up.

 

A/ were / have

B/ was / can

C/ was / will

D/ were / would

LESSON 5 : L’HEURE

Quelle heure est-il ?
ATTENTION : une seule réponse est possible !

1/ Midi

A/ 12 a.m. / midnight

B/ 12 p.m. / midday

C/ 12 a.m. / midday

D/ 12 p.m. / midnight

 

2/ Minuit

A/ 12 a.m. / midnight

B/ 12 p.m. / midday

C/ 12 a.m. / midday

D/ 12 p.m. / midnight

 

3/ Quinze heures 

A/ 3 a.m.

B/ 15 p.m.

C/ 3 p.m.

D/ 15 a.m.

 

4/ Huit heures du soir

A/ 8 a.m.

B/ 8 p.m.

C/ 20 a.m.

D/ 20 p.m.

 

5/ Sept heures du matin 

A/ 7 a.m.

B/ 7 p.m.

C/ 19 a.m.

D/ 19 p.m.

 

6/ It’s ten past eight in the morning.

 

A/ 8:10 p.m.

B/ 10:08 a.m.

C/ 7:50 p.m.

D/ 8:10 a.m.

 

7/ It’s a quarter to eleven at night.

 

A/ 10:45 p.m.

B/ 11:15 p.m.

C/ 11:15 a.m.

D/ 4:11 a.m.

 

8/ It’s a quarter past six in the morning.

  

A/ 6:45 a.m.

B/ 6:15 a.m.

C/ 4:06 a.m.

D/ 6:04 a.m.

 

9/ It’s half four in the afternoon.

  

A/ 4:15 p.m.

B/ 4:45 p.m.

C/ 4:30 p.m.

D/ 4:00 p.m.

 

10/ It’s twenty to noon.

  

A/ 8:20 p.m.

B/ 12:20 p.m.

C/ 9:22 a.m.

D/ 11:40 a.m

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Answers:

 

1/ Midi

A/ 12 a.m. / midnight

B/ 12 p.m. / midday

 

C/ 12 a.m. / midday

D/ 12 p.m. / midnight

 

2/ Minuit

A/ 12 a.m. / midnight

 

B/ 12 p.m. / midday

C/ 12 a.m. / midday

D/ 12 p.m. / midnight

 

3/ Quinze heures 

A/ 3 a.m.

B/ 15 p.m.

C/ 3 p.m.

 

D/ 15 a.m.

 

4/ Huit heures du soir

A/ 8 a.m.

B/ 8 p.m.

 

C/ 20 a.m.

D/ 20 p.m.

 

5/ Sept heures du matin 

A/ 7 a.m.

 

B/ 7 p.m.

C/ 19 a.m.

D/ 19 p.m.

 

6/ It’s ten past eight in the morning. 

A/ 8:10 p.m.

B/ 10:08 a.m.

C/ 7:50 p.m.

D/ 8:10 a.m.

 

 

7/ It’s a quarter to eleven at night.

A/ 10:45 p.m.

 

B/ 11:15 p.m.

C/ 11:15 a.m.

D/ 4:11 a.m.

 

8/ I It’s a quarter past six in the morning. 

A/ 6:45 a.m.

B/ 6:15 a.m.

 

C/ 4:06 a.m.

D/ 6:04 a.m.

 

9/ It’s half four in the afternoon. 

A/ 4:15 p.m.

B/ 4:45 p.m.

C/ 4:30 p.m.

 

D/ 4:00 p.m.

 

10/ It’s twenty to noon. 

A/ 8:20 p.m.

B/ 12:20 p.m.

C/ 9:22 a.m.

D/ 11:40 a.m

 

    • Hi Michèle,

      Thanks for asking! 🙂

      If you ARE, you CAN…

      or

      If you WERE, you COULD…

      I hope this makes sense. 🙂

      Have a ice day.

    • Hi Pierre-Yves! 🙂

      Glad you’re enjoying it!

      Hi Adrien !
      It is always excellent to revise the whole training during the last week !
      Thank you for everything.

  • My revisions were good , however I must continue to practice the conditionnal so as not to think too long before speaking.

    I carry on!
    Thanks