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MODULE 1

EXERCICES OF THE DAY

  • Answer the questions carefully after completing your lesson of the day.

!Little tricks: Do not send your answers until you are completely sure of it.

! You will not be able to connect yourself after that.!

! Take your time and do not hesitate to google new words. !

! Go back to lesson of the day section from time to time. !

 

1- Choose the correct words. 

A: Are you spending lotlots of time at the gym these days?
B: No, not muchmany. What about you?
A: No, I have very littlefew spare time at the moment.
B: Me too. A littlefew of my friends find time to go out after work but I find there aren’t any hours left for anything else.
A: How muchmany hours do you work a week?
B: A lotlots! Last week I worked over one hundred hours.
A: Don’t you get any holiday?
B: I have a littlefew days off next week, actually.

 

2- Correct the mistake in lines 1–7. write the mistake and write the correction.

1) A survey of gyms and fitness centres suggests that people spend
  
2) their spare time at the gym, but very little people are actually losing any weight.
  
3) In answer to the question ‘How many weight have you lost since joining the
  
4) gym?’ only 23% of the members said they were fitter. A little people (4%) even
  
5) said they had gained a few weight. But gyms needn’t worry about these results.
  
6) When asked the question ‘Will you pay your membership next year?’ only few
  
7) people answered ‘no’ (9%). It’s clear that much members are more interested in the extra benefit, e.g. the sauna.
  


3- Choose the correct words. In two sentences both answers are possible.

1) A: How muchmany milk do you like in your tea?
B: A lotlot of, please.
2) Lotlots students study online nowadays.
3) FewA few people write letters anymore. Everyone uses email.
4) Can I have mucha little ice cream, please? It looks delicious!
5) Would you like a littlefew milk?
6) Sorry, but we don’t have muchmany information about train times.
7) You don’t earn muchlittle money as a teacher!
8) There isn’t much’s very little bread left. Can you buy some?
9) The post office is only a littlea few metres from the cinema.
10) In my opinion, not manyfew children learn to be polite anymore.

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