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1It’s anCorrect animal.

➪ We use an before a vowel (a e i o u).

2I need aCorrect new bed.

➪ We use before a consonant.

3It’s anWrong useful machine.

Correct answer: a
➪ We use a and NOT an with nouns beginning with when it is pronounced /ju:/, like university. 

4I’m aCorrect waiter.

➪ We use before a consonant.

5Do you have anCorrect umbrella?

➪ u is a vowel (a, e, i, o, u) and it sounds /∧/, not /ju:/

6I’m anCorrect English teacher.

➪ We use an before a vowel (a e i o u).

7I need aCorrect hat.

➪ We use an with nouns beginning with h if the is not pronounced. But we use a if the is pronounced. The h in hat is pronounced.

8Is she aCorrect student?

➪ We use before a consonant.

9We have anCorrect ugly duck.

➪ We use an before a vowel (a e i o u). The u in ugly sounds /∧/, not /ju:/

10I need aWrong hour.

Correct answer: an
➪ We use an with nouns beginning with h if the is not pronounced. But we use a if the is pronounced. The h in hour is not pronounced.

Pancake Day

In the UK, people celebrate Pancake Day. This festival takes place in February, on Shrove Tuesday. This is the day before Lent. Lent is an important time in the Christian calendar. It lasts 47 days. During Lent, people traditionally stop eating delicious food, like cakes and chocolate. So on Shrove Tuesday, they must eat up all the nice food in their cupboards. So they make pancakes, and they often eat them with lemon and sugar.

Many British towns hold pancake races on Shrove Tuesday. People wear fancy dresses and run down the street with a pancake in a pan. They must throw the pancake in the air and catch it in the pan as they run. It must not fall on the ground.

The tradition of pancake races started in Olney, Buckinghamshire. According to a story, a housewife made pancakes on Easter Sunday in 1445. Then she heard the church bells. She was worried because she was late for church, so she ran to church with her pan and pancake in her hand! Now, Olney’s pancake race is famous. All the competitors are housewives. They must toss the pancake three times as they run to the church. Then they must serve their pancake to the bell-ringer and receive a kiss from him.

Westminster School, an old boys’ school in London, has a different pancake tradition. The school cook makes a huge pancake and throws it over a five-metre high bar. The schoolboys run to take a piece of the pancake. The boy with the biggest piece of pancake wins some money!

These days, few British people give up delicious food for Lent. But most people eat pancakes on Pancake Day.


Reading comprehension test

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1Pancake Day is the first day of Lent.

a.True

b.False

2People often eat pancakes with lemon and sugar.

a.True

b.False

3Pancake races are a tradition in many British towns.

a.True

b.False

The winner is the first person to make and eat a pancake.

a.True

b.False

The tradition of pancake races started when a woman was late for church.

a.True

b.False

Only women can enter the pancake race in Olney.

a.True

b.False

The competitors in the Olney pancake race must serve a pancake to their husbands.

a.True

b.False

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Past simple negative

1. Yesterday evening I watched TV.
2. I only cleaned my teeth four times last week.
3. Bruce repaired his mountain bike yesterday evening.
4. The concert last night started at 7.30 and ended at 10 o’clock.
5. The accident happened last Sunday afternoon.
6. When I was a child, I wanted to be a lawyer.
7. Mozart lived from 1756 to 1791.
8. We enjoyed our holiday last week.
9. Today the weather is nice, but yesterday it rained.
10. It was hot in the room, so I opened the window.
11. The weather was good yesterday afternoon, so we played tennis.
12. William Shakespeare died in 1616.

Fill in the negation.
1. They were at the party yesterday. They were at the party yesterday.
2. Paula wrote back. Paula wrote back.
3. We arrived late. We arrived late.
4. He played football. He football.
5. I forgot her birthday. I  forgot her birthday.
6. He washed the car. He washed the car.
7. She hurt her leg. She hurt her leg.
8. Sam was tired. Sam was tired.
9. I found the keys. I found the keys.
10. Martin visited his grandparents. Martin visited  his grandparents.
11. She tidied her room. She tidied her room.
12. He jumped high. He jumped tidied high.
13. Steve left the hotel three days ago. Steve left the hotel.
14. She was in Italy last summer. She was in Italy last summer.
15. Mr. Brown read my essay. Mr. Brown read my essay.

On Friday, the children talked (talk) about a day out together in the country. The next morning, they went (go) to the country with their two dogs and played (play) together. Ben and Dave had (have) some kites. Sometime later the dogs were (be) not there. So they called (call) them and looked (look) for them in the forest. After half an hour the children found (find) them and took (take) them back. Charlie was (be) very happy to see them again. At lunchtime, Nick went (go) to the bikes and fetched (fetch) the basket with some meat sandwiches. Then they played (play) football. Nick and Dave won (win). In the evening they rode (ride) home.

1. She wins the money. She won the money.
2. They can eat. They could eat.
3. She must go. She had to go.
4. We go shopping. We went shopping.
5. She runs to school. She ran to school.
6. I can walk. I could walk.
7. We buy a new car. We bought a new car.
8. They leave the party. They left the party.
9. We collect coins. We collected coins.
10. You are allowed to eat. You were allowed to eat.
11. Peter eats a hamburger. Peter ate a hamburger.
12. She has to wash it. She had to wash it.
13. They want to go home. They wanted to go home.
14. I close the windows. I closed the windows.
15. She studies for a test. She studied for a test.
16. They can drive. They could drive.
17. Sam likes to laugh. Sam liked to laugh.
18. Mary goes home. Mary went home.
19. We write a letter. We wrote a letter.
20. She opens the window. She opened the window.

The students of class 8B did (do) a project last week. First, the pupils chose (choose) what they wanted to do. Then they got (get) information from books and brochures, and they talked (talk) to a lot of people. They found (find) some interesting photos in the library. Their teacher helped (help) them when they asked (ask) her. Then they made (make) a poster and a video and told (tell) the other groups about their project.

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Mkhitar Sebastaci

Hello my name is Areg grade I my six g In other schools, they are fingered for bad behavior or not studying. Our teachers are friendly people. Our school is mainly focused on media literacy. In our school there are different languages English, Spanish, Italian, German etc. In our school, you are given the opportunity to choose your physical development path, football, basketball, shooting, archery, etc. I am studying in the educational complex of Mkhitar sebastaci

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Ընտրություն English (All homework’s)

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Characters who changed the world

Who are the people throughout history who have made a difference in this world?

In this list, I have chosen people who have made a difference to the world in a positive way. They include people from the fields of politics, science, religion, humanitarianism and culture.

Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) Abraham Lincoln overcame many setbacks to become the most influential American President. In his famous Gettysburg speech, he inspired the nation with his noble words and helped to bring about the abolition of slavery.

Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790) Great polymath and promoter of American ideals at home and for the country. A practical man of great dynamism and good character.

Mikhail Gorbachev (1931–2022) Had the courage, tenacity and strength of character to give up the absolute power of Soviet Communism. Moved the Soviet Union to democracy and respect for human rights. Gorbachev enabled the Berlin Wall to come down giving freedom to Eastern Europe.

Jesus Christ (c.5BC–30AD) Spiritual Teacher and inspiration of Christianity. Taught a message of love, forgiveness and faith. Born in a turbulent period of Roman rule, after his crucifixion, his message inspired millions around the world.

William Wilberforce (1759–1833) Fought tirelessly for ending the slave trade, at a time when many accepted it as an ‘economic necessity’. He awakened the conscience of many of his fellow countryman and made slavery appear unacceptable.

Nelson Mandela (1918–2013) Campaigned for justice and freedom in his country South Africa. Mandela, spent 27 years in jail for his opposition to apartheid. On release, he healed the wounds of apartheid by his magnanimous attitude to his former political enemies.

Albert Einstein (1879–1955) Einstein’s theories of relativity were a very significant scientific breakthrough. As well as being a genius scientist, Einstein was also a champion of human rights and campaigned for a more peaceful world.

Marie Curie (1867–1934) Marie Curie was awarded a Nobel Prize for both Chemistry and Physics. Her discoveries with radiation helped advance medical science. Also, her achievements were even more remarkable at a time when few women were allowed the opportunity for higher education.
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Look at the magazine article and do the exercises to practice and improve your reading skills.

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Language level: A2 English level (pre-intermediate)

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