1. Identifying the Time 2 (page 38).

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PART II
QUESTION-RESPONSE
Identifying Time
(page 39)
1. You were here this
morning, weren’t you?
(A) The sky was very
clear this morning.
1.How was the sky this morning ?
2.Was the sky clear this morning ?
3.Was the sky clear this morning or
wasn’t it ?
4.The sky was very clear this
morning, wasn’t it ?
Clear (adj.) without cloud or
mist:
Ex:
- a clear blue sky.
- On a clear day you can see
France.
(B) No, I had a meeting at
the hotel.
1. Did you had a party at the hotel?
2. You had a party at the hotel ,
didn’t you ?
( 1. Did you had a meeting at your
office ?
2. You had a meeting at your office,
didn’t you ?)
(C) He wasn’t here.
1. Where was your manager?
2. Was your manager in the office?
3.Was manager in the office or
wasn’t he ?
4. Your manager was office ,wasn’t
he ?
1. You were here this
morning, weren’t you?
(A) The sky was very clear
this morning.
(B) No, I had a meeting at the
hotel.
(C) He wasn’t here.
2. When will you move
your office?
(A) At the end of the month, I
hope.
1. When will you know your marks of
the final exam?
2. Will you know your marks of the final
exam at the end of the month ?
3. Will you know your marks of the final
exam at the end of the month or won’t
you ?
4. You will know your marks of the final
(B) It’s my office.
1.Whose is this office ?
2.Is it your office ?
3.Is it your office or isn’t it ?
4.It is your office , isn’t it ?
(C) I don’t go to the movies
often.
1.How often do you go to the movie ?
2.Do you go to the movie often ?
3.Do you go to the movie often or
don’t you ?
4.You go to the movie often , don’t
you?
2. When will you move your office?
(A) At the end of the month, I hope.
(B) It’s my office.
(C) I don’t go to the movies often.
3. Mark is always on time
for dinner, isn’t he?
(A) Yes, he’s never late for
anything.
1. Is he never late for anything ?
2. He’s never late for anything, isn’t
he ?
(B) Yes, he looks a lot
thinner.
1. Does he look a lot thinner ?
2. He looks a lot thinner, isn’t he ?
Thin (adj.) (of a person or part of
the body) (sometimes
disapproving) not covered with
much flesh (the soft substance
between the skin and bones of
animal or human bodies
Ex: He was tall and thin, with
dark hair).
(C) Yes, it takes a long
time.
1. Does it take a long time to type
this document ?
2. It takes along time to type this
document , isn’t it ?
3. Mark is always on time for
dinner, isn’t he?
(A) Yes, he’s never late for
anything.
(B) Yes, he looks a lot thinner.
(C) Yes, it takes a long time.
4. Has everyone shown up
for the meeting yet?
To show up (informal) to
arrive where you have
arranged to meet sb or do sth
(A) I really enjoyed
meeting everyone.
1. How did you think about meeting
everyone ?
2.Did you really enjoy meeting
everyone?
3.Did you really enjoy meeting
everyone or didn’t you?
4.You really enjoyed meeting
everyone, didn’t you ?
(B) Yes, he is.
1. Is he a teacher?
2. He is a teacher, isn’t he?
(C) We’re still waiting for
Mr. Roberts.
1. Why don’t we start the meeting,
now ?
2. Shall we start the meeting now ?
3. Shall we start the meeting now or
shalln’t we?
4. Let’s start the meeting now, shall
we?
4. Has everyone shown up for
the meeting yet?
(A) I really enjoyed meeting
everyone.
(B) Yes,he is.
(C) We’re still waiting for Mr.
Roberts.
5. When is the new
manager going to start
work?
(A) Next Monday will be
his first day.
1. When will he start his job?
2. will he start his job next Monday?
3. will he start his job next Monday
or won’t you ?
4. He will start his job next Monday,
won’t you ?
(B) I knew him in high
school.
1. Where did you know your boy
friend?
2. Did you know your boy friend in
high school?
3. Did you know boy friend in high
school or didn’t you ?
4. You knew your boy friend in high
school, didn’t you?
(C) She goes to work by
bus.
1. How does Mary go to work?
2. Does Mary go to work by bus?
3. Does Mary go to work by bus or
doesn’t she?
4. Mary goes to work by bus, doesn’t
she?
5. When is the new manager
going to start work?
(A) Next Monday will be his
first day.
(B) I knew him in high school.
(C) She goes to work by bus.
6. How much longer should
we wait for them to arrive?
(A) He’ll be here soon.
1. When will Tom here?
2. Will Tom be here soon?
3. Will Tom be here soon or won’t
he?
4. Tom will be here soon, won’t he?
(B) This room is longer
than the other one.
1. How is this room?
2. Is this room longer than the other
one?
3. Is this room longer than the other
one or isn’t it?
4. This is longer than the other one,
isn’t it?
(C) Let’s just wait another
few minutes.
1. Why don’t we start the lesson
now?
2. Shall we start the lesson now?
3. Shall we start the lesson now or
shalln’t we?
4. Let’s start the lesson now, shall
we?
6. How much longer should
we wait for them to arrive?
(A) He’ll be here soon.
(B) This room is longer than
the other one.
(C) Let’s just wait another
few minutes.
7. How long is the movie?
(A) About two and a half
hours.
1. How long is the TV programme?
2. Is the TV programme about two
and a half hours?
3. Is the TV programme about two
and a half hours or isn’t it?
4. The TV programme about two
and a half hours, isn’t it?
(B) About five miles.
1. How far is it from your house to
school?
2. Is it about five miles from your
house to school?
3. Is it about five miles from your
house to school or isn’t it?
4. It is about five miles from your
house to school, isn’t it?
(C) About two people
falling in love.
1. What is the film about?
2. Is the film about two people
falling in love?
3. Is the film about two people
falling in love or isn’t it?
4. The film is about two people
falling in love, isn’t it?
7. How long is the movie?
(A) About two and a half
hours.
(B) About five miles.
(C) About two people falling
in love.
8. Your meeting was
shorter than expected,
wasn’t it?
(A)Yes, it’s too small for
me.
1. The T-shirt is too small for you,
isn’t it?
2. Is the T-shirt too small for you?
(B) Yes, it was over in less
than an hour.
1. Was the game show over in less
than an hour?
2. The game show over in less than
an hour, wasn’t it?
(C) Yes, he’s shorter than I
am.
1. Is Tom shorter than you are?
2. Is Tom shorter than you are,
aren’t you?
8. Your meeting was shorter
than expected, wasn’t it?
(A) Yes, it’s too small for me.
(B) Yes, it was over in less
than an hour.
(C) Yes, he’s shorter than I
am.
9. What time does the
plane take off?
(A) It leaves for New York.
1. Where does the train leave for?
2. Does the train leave for New
York?
3. Does the train leave for New York
or doesn’t it?
4. The train leaves for New York,
doesn’t it?
(B) It leaves from Gate 15.
1. Where does the train leave from?
2. Does the train leave from Gate
15?
3. Does the train leave from Gate 15
or doesn’t it?
4. The train leaves from Gate 15,
doesn’t it?
(C) It leaves at 5:45.
1. What time does the train leave?
2. Does the train leave at 5:45?
3. Does the train leave at 5:45 or
doesn’t it?
4. The train leaves at 5:45, doesn’t
it?
9. What time does the plane
take off?
(A) It leaves for New York.
(B) It leaves from Gate 15.
(C) It leaves at 5:45.
10.When is your
appointment with Dr.
Kovacs?
(A) It’s tomorrow
afternoon.
1. When is your next lesson?
2. Is your next lesson tomorrow
afternoon?
3. Is your next lesson tomorrow
afternoon or isn’t it?
4. Your next lesson is tomorrow
afternoon, isn’t it?
(B) It’s in his office.
1. Where is Tom’s coat?
2. Is Tom’s coat in his office?
3. Is Tom’s coat in his office or isn’t
it?
4. Tom’s coat is in his office, isn’t it?
(C) It’s a doctor’s appointment.
1. What is your plan on the
weekend?
2. Is your plan on the weekend a
doctor’s appointment?
3. Is your plan on the weekend a
doctor’s appointment or isn’t it?
4. Your plan on the weekend is a
doctor’s appointment, isn’t it?
10.When is your appointment
with Dr. Kovacs?
(A) It’s tomorrow afternoon.
(B) It’s in his office.
(C) It’s a doctor’s
appointment.
These are some words you
might hear in questions about
time:
when
How much longer
how long
what time
yet
still
on time
late
early
morning, noon, afternoon, evening, night
at 1:00, 2:30 ...
today, this week, this month, this year
yesterday, last week, last month, last year
tomorrow
THANK YOU
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