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disappointing

because

it

was

badly

acted anh too

long.



IX. Look care

fully at each

line. Some of

the lines are

correct, and

some have a

word which

should not be

there.

Tick

each correct

line. If a line

has a word

which should

not be there

wirte

the

word in the

space.

Jean was one

of

those

students who

has problems

…..it……with

writing. First,

her

handwriting it

was so bad

that

1. It

Most teachers

couldn’t

to

read it. The

letters were

2. To

So small, that

the

words

were

extremely

difficult

3.

To read. Even

though

she

tried to change

her

handwriting.

4.

She

felt

discouraged.

Secondly, she

made so the

many

5. the

Mistakes

in

spenlling and

punctuation so

that her work

6. So

Always gave a

bad

impression. As

well as this,

she

7. geve

Had problems

with

organizing her

writing,

in

despite

8. in despite

Making plans

abd

writing

notes.

One



day, though,

she

9.

Took

a

goodwrites

writing course,

so to learn

how to

10. so

Be an effective

write.

At

goodwriters

we taught her

11.

How

to

organize her

ideas.

Although

however she

found

12. however

It difficult at

first, so she

soon

made

progress. She

13.

Learned

to

revise

her

writing, so as

to improve it

14.

She

stared

reading so too

much that her

spelling

15. too

X.

Decide

which answer

best fits each

space.

Money

matters

Are

you

always hard

up? Do you

often have to

borrow

money from

your parents

whenever you

need a litter

extra pay ? If

you

spend

too much, and

save too little,

you will end

up with more

debts

than

friends. You

know

the

solution,

of

course:

just

save a small

amount every

month. Most

banks will pay

interest

on

your savings,

and you will

soon be able to

economise all

those

things

which seemed

to cost too

much before.

The trouble is,

you’re

a

univesity

studen,

anh

many

banks

treat you like a

child. But not



us, If you apen

a/an account

with

Smith

Fulton Bank

befor October

31st , we’ll not

only send you

your

own

cheque book

ans credit card

, but you’ll

also receive a

copy of our

booklet

‘Putting

Money aside

for

Your

Future ’ Smith

Fulyon

can

pay your bills ,

help you with

special studen

loans , and

your friendly

branch

manager can

give advice for

the future. We

believe in you.

Why

not

believe in us

and open an

account?

TEST 28

Level :

pre

intermediate

&

intermediate

I/ choose the

word

or

pharse which

best

completes

each

Sentence

1

some diseases

spead quickly

from

one

person

to

another.

2

he went to

factory

in

order

to

check

the

progress

of

work

3

why are you

looking at me

? she asked .

4

He likes to go

for a holiday

without his

wife .

5

I’m looking

for ward to

you birthday

party .

6

we’re going

on a picnic

the day after

tomorow .



7

He was not

very pleased

about be ing

called

an

incompetent i

diot.

8

the

new

factory

chimney was

Taller Than

all the trees

around it .

9

Is

the

enought

bread for all

the

sandwiches

we have to

make ?

10

The was Just

enought cake

for all of us

to have a very

mall slice.

11

The police –

office ask us

what we were

doing.

12

Mr white ran

the company

in the way he

wanted to.

13

I absolutely

agree

wich

everything

that has been

said .

14

One

advantage of

this job is that

it is near

where i live

15

He has a very

quickly

Temper and

often

says

things

he

regrets later.

16

The finance

Minister will

be making a

statement To

day a bout

new raters of

income tax.

17.

I have never

had

any

experience of

living in the

country .

18

pari lies one

The

river

seine .

19

Could

you

please tell me

if you have

any

elictric

typewrites in

stock?



20

She

was

unable

to

warm

her

mother

that

she would be

late because

the telephone

was uot of

odder

II/ Read the

passage and

then choose

one answer

for each of

the following

questions:

An

eliction

year is one in

wich all four

numbers are

evenly

divisible by

four

(1944,1948

ect .) sice

1840, america

presidents

elected

in

years ending

in zero have

been destined

to

die

in

office.

William

H.Harrison,

the man who

servel

the

shortest term,

die

of

pneumonia

Several week

after

his

inauguration.

Abraham

lincoln was

on of four

presidents

who

were

assassinated.h

e was elected

in 1860 and

his untimely

death

came

just five years

later.

James

a

Garfield,

a

former Union

army general

from

Ohio,

was

short

during

his

first year

In

office

(1881) by a

man to whom

he wouldn’t

give a job.

While in his

second term

of

office

(1901),

William

Mckinley,

another

Ohioan,

attended the

pan American

exposition at

Buffalo, new



york.During

the reception,

he

was

assassinated

while shaking

hands

with

some of the

guests.

Three years

after

his

election

in

1920 warren

G,

Harding

died

in

office

.Althoungh it

was

never

proved,many

believe

he

was

poisoned .

Franklin

D

Roosevelt had

been eclected

four

time

(1932,1936,19

40 and 1944),

the only man

to serve so

long

a

term.He had

contracted

polio in 1921

and die of the

illness in 1945

.

John

F

Kennedy,the

last of the line

was

assassinated

in 1963 only

three

years

after

his

eliction.

Will 1980’s

candidate

suffer

the

same fate ?

1 Which of

the following

was not an

election

year ?

b,1930

2

which

presidedent

served

the

shortest term

in office ?

a, Abraham

lincoln

3 Which of

following is

true ?

a,

all

presidents

elected

in

years ending

in zero have

died in office .

b,

Only

presidents

from

Ohio

have died in

office.

c, Franklin

D .Roosevelt

complated

four terms as

president .



d,

Four

American

presidents

have

been

assassinated

4 How many

presidents

elected

in

years ending

in zero sice

1840

have

died

in

office ?

a,7

5 Which of

the following

was

not

assassinated

?

b, Franklin D

Roosevelt

III/ Read the

article below

and put a

cross on the

letter next to

the word that

best fist each

space

WATER

Warter is our

life source .it

make up 70

per cent ,of

(1)

our.

Bodies,and

average

person

actually

spends

18

months of his

life (2) in the

bath

of

shower.

But we are

only

now

leaning how

to look (3)

after

water

.Acis rain (4)

has polluted

with

waste

products .It is

now (5) very

expensive to

try to repair

the

damage

which

has

been

done

.We

have

some hope for

the

future,though,

(6) because

new sources

of water have

been

discovered.Pe

ople (7) living

in the sahara

Derert have

(8) found fish

swimming in

deep

underground

streams.

Scientists also

bilieve

(9)

there is a



huge

lake

underneath

London.If we

have

(10)

learnt from

our

mistakes,we

will try keep

the new areas

of

water

clean.

IV/ Fill in

each gap in

the passage

below with

one suiltable

word.

Concorder,

the

world’s

fattest and the

(1)

most

graceful

passenger

plane,

will

soon be 25

years

old,It

fist flew on 2

March 1969,

from Toulouse

in France .

Concorder

(2)

science

developep (3)

flight France

and

Britain.From

1956 these (4)

was countries

had a dream

of

a

supersonic

passenger

plane

the

plane

(5)

takes over 1,5

billion

on

develop.It is

the

most

tested plane in

the ( 6) only

Of aviation .It

was

given

over

5,000

hour’s

of

testing.

Concorder

flies at twice

the speed of

sound .This

mans that it

(7) both only

3 hours 25

minutes to fly

(8) between

Lon don and

New

York,compare

d with 7-8

hours in other

(9) planes

Each

Concorde is

(10) sold at a

cost of 55

million.Twent

y haven been

built so far

Air

France

and

British

always own

the most. they



each

have

seven planes

V/ Use the

word

to

make

sentencens

Dear peter

1 I/feel/very

happy

/get/letter/afte

r/such/longtim

e.

->I fell very

happy to get

your

letter

after such a

long time .

2

It

/be

/absolutely a

year /since/i

hear you .

->It has been

absolutely a

year since i

heard from

you.

3 You like

/come/stay/me

/countryside?

->Would you

to like to

come

and

stay with me

in

the

contryside ?

4 you be /very

welcome /you

want /visit.

->You

are

very

wellcome if

you want to

visit me.

5

What

about /come

end

/next

months ?

->What

about

comming at

the end of

next month?

6 My wife

/miss

/you

both

/often

speaks/you .

->My

wife

misses

you

both

very

much

and

often speaks

about you.

7

Don’t

think

/chirldren/lov

e

/visit

/countryside?

->Don’t you

think

your

chirldren

would love to

visit

the

countryside

8

Write

soon

/let

/know/when /

you /come

->Write soon

and let me

know when

you

can

come.



Fondly,alane

VI/

Finish

each of the

folloing

sentences is

such a way

that it means

the same as

the

one

printed

before it .

1 we must

keep

our

school clean

and tidy

->Our school

must be kept

clean

and

tidy

2 He stay at

home

.it

rained hard

->Because it

rained

hard

,he

stayed

at

home

3 They were

selling tickets

when

the

match started

->Tickets

were being

sold

when

the

macht

started

4 They like

fied

events

.They

like

team games

->They like

not only filed

events

but

also

team

games

5 They were

giving

the

captain some

presents when

we left the

stadium.

->The

captain was

being given

some

prensets

when we left

the stadium

6 They are

glad because

they have a

friend

like

him.

->They are

glad to have

a friend like

him

T

EST 29

I.

Put the

correct

verbs

from the

following

list in the

passage

below. If

necessar

y, add – s

or -es.



I

sometime

s go to

school on

the foot,

but

usually i

take

a

bus

because

it’s

quicker

by bus. I

wait for

the bus at

the bus –

top.

When it

arrive at

the stop, I

get

on

ans pay

my fare.

When the

bus

reaches

the

school, I

get

off

the

journey

takes

about half

an hour.

II.

Put each

verb in

brackets

into

a

suitable

verb

from. All

sentences

refer

future

time.

1.

When i

see you

tomorrow

, I will

tell you

my news.

2.

As soon

as we get

there, we

will

phone for

a taxi.

3. I

will go

to

the

library

before I

do

the

shopping.

4.

We will

wait here

until the

rain stop

5. I

will get

$50 from

the bank

when it

opens.

6.

After you

take the

medicine,



you will

feel

7.

You have

to

say

until you

finish

your

work

8.

I will let

you know

the

minute I

hear the

results.

9.

Before

we paint

the wall,

we will

have

a

cup

of

tea.

10.

We will

climb

over the

wall as

soon as it

gets dark.

III

. Choose

the most

suitable

word or

phrase

for each

space.

1.

If were

you,

I………

on

holiday

and relax



a. will go



b. would

go

c. go

2.

If

you

don’t

have any

money…

….. a job.



walk

work



a.

own



to



did



b. owned



c. own

4.

If

he

weren’t

tired,

he………

go to the

party



a. would

be



a. would

c. was

b. will



c. did

5.

If

you

…… the

doctor,

the

cat

won’t

escape.



9.

If

I………a

pop star, I

would

buy

an

enormous

house.



a. be



b. were

a. close

b. closed

c.

will

close

6.

If

we

……. By

plane,

we’d get

there

much

quicker



a. go



a. get



c.

you

will get

3.

If i ……

a car, I

wouldn’t



c.

doesn’t

leave.

8.

If

my

brother

had

an

expensive

car,

he……

really

happy



b. will be



b. will go



b.

you

would get



leave



c. went.

7.

If

Sue

……now,

she will

miss the

bus



a. didn’t

leave

b. won’t



c. will be.

10.

If I were

you,

I

would

tell

Brian the

truth.

IV.

Complet

e

each

sentence

(1-10)

with

a

suitable

ending

(a-j). Use

each

ending

once.

1. I

bought

my new

television

from

a

departme

nt……e.

2.

Don’t

forget to

write

a

shopping

…….h

3.

Can you

pay over

there?

This



cash……

b

4.

Most of

the

tourists

went

bargain…

.. j

5.

Why

don’t we

goto the

new

shopping

…….a

6.

Quite late

at night

the litter

corner…

….f

7.

If would

be much

better to

buyan

economy

……d

8.

Don’t

forget

that we

have to

stop at

the

filling…..

i

9.

There’s a

very nice

suit on

display in

the

window

……c

10.

Mary has

just

started

workas a

shop……

g



g.

assirant

in a shoe

shop.

h.

list before

we go to

the

market

tomorrow

i.

station

get the

some

petrol.

j.

hunting

in the old

part of

the city.

V.

Compele

te each

sentence

with

a

word

from the

box.

Ca

ptain



a.

Center

near the

public

libarary?

b.

register

doesn’t

work.

c.

of that

new shop

next to

the post

office.

d.

size box

of paper

tissues.

e.

store in

the town

center.

f.

shop

down the

road is

still open.



chauffeur



filing



attendant

Gu

ard



conductor



pedestria

n

Dri

ver



cyclist

Tr

afficward

en

crew

mechanic

motorist

1.

The

company

chairman

has

a

RollsRoyce

driven by

a

chauffeur.



2.

When my

car broke

down a

passing

motoris

towed it

to

a

garage.

3.

The

police

wanted

me

to

describe

the

Driver of

the car.

4.

The four

passenger

s on the

ship had

dinner

with the

captain.

5.

The train

couldn’t

leaver

until the

guard

wawed

his green

flag.

6.

Hilary

was given

a parking

ticket by

a

Trafficwa

rden

7.

Before

take –off,

the

steward

told me

to fasten

my seat

belt.

8.

When i

got on the

ship, one

of

the

crew

helped

me find

my cabin.

9.

There

is’nt

a

conductor

in

this

bus, you

pay the

driver.

10.

Eddie is a

keen

cyclist

and rides

his bike

to work

every

day.

11.

The bus

mounted

the



pavement

and

injured a

pedestria

n

12.

Jim

works as

a

mechanic

in a local

garage.

VI

. Choose

the most

suitable

word or

phrase to

compelet

e

each

sentence

1.

The ship

stopped

because

two

passenger

s

had

fallen…

…….

a.

upside

down

b.

overboar

d

c.

undergro

und

d. inside

out

2.

The….wa

s

crowded

with

perssenge

rs waiting

for

the

train.

a.

platfrom



b. quay

c. runway



b. floated



c. pump

d.

satation



c. sank

4.



mary

looked up

the fastes

train to

Glasgow

in the…..

a.

catalogue



b.

timetable



c.

dictionar

y

d.

program

me

5.

The train

was very

crowded

because

there

were only

four …..

a.

coaches



d.

rescued

8.

Everythin

g

went

dark

when the

train

entered

a/an…..

a.

undergro

und

b. tunnel



c. tube



b.

wagons



d. metro

9.

David

missed

his train

because

of

the

queue in

the

ticket….

a.

office



c. trucks



b. agency



d. cars



c. room



6.

Peter’s

car….off

the

icy

road and

fell into a

ditch.

a.

Crashed

b.

collided



d. lounge

10.

To get to

our hotel

we had to

cross the

railway…



a.

road



c. hit

d.

pavement

3.

We had

to

stop

for petrol

at

a

filling

…..

a.

garage

b. service



b. route



d.

skidded

7. i

dropped

my wallet

from the

boat but

luckily

it…..

a.

drifted



c. rail



d. line

VI

I.

Compele

te each

sentence

with one



suitable

word

1.

I’m really

looking

forward

to sailing

in Jean’s

new

yacht

2.

In cities,

cars and

other

vehicles

take up

with all

those

exhaust

fumes.

3.

We’ll

come

with the

van and

pick up

the rest of

the

furniture.

4.

When the

storm

began,

the small

boat

made for

the

nearest

harbour.

5.

How can

you put

up with

all

thoseexha

ust

fumes!

6.

We can’t

keep up

with that

speendbo

at in this

rowing

boat.

7.

Jane likes

showing

boff

driving

her sports

car at 100

miles an

hour.

8.

A

fire

engine

arrived

and soon

put out

the fire.

9.

Litter

Johnny is

in

the

garden

trying

out

his

new

tricycle.

10.

One way



of

dealing

with

pollution

is to use

unleaded

letrol.



VI

II. Use

the word

given in

bold at

the end

of each

line

to

from a

word

that fits

in

the

space in

the sane

line.

I

am

writing to

apologise

for

the

cancellat

ion

of

your

ha

ppy

Holiday

Coach

Tour to

Aberdeen

Unfortun

ately pur

lu

xury

coach

was

involved

in

a

collision

in France

a

w

eek ago,

anh our

driver has

been

unexpect

edly

obliged

to

re

main

there for

the

moment

the coach

was

tra

veling on

a

road

unsuitabl

e

for

heavy

traffic,

and

the

accident

was

unavoida



ble

luckily

none of

the

pas

sengers

suffered

any

injuries,

and we

have

co

mplained

to

the

authoritie

s that the

road

needs

wi

dening

our new

coach

will

be

fitted

with

adijustab

le seat

bel

ts fof the

safety

and

comfort

of

passenger

s. We will

of course

the

payment

you have

made for

your

holiday

as son as

possible

IX

.

Compele

te each

sentence.

Use

either

Conditat

ional 1

or

conditati

onal 2

1.

Sue

doesn’t

ride

a

bike

to

school,

because

she

doesn’t

heave

one.



If

sue

had

a

bike, she

would

ride it to

school

2.

Chris will

pass his

exams,

but

he

has

to

work

hard





If Chris

works

hard,

he’ll pass

his

exams.

3.

John is’nt

fat,

because

he

doesn’t

eat a lot



If John

ate a lot,

he wold

be fat.

4.

Ellen

doesn’t

have

a

car,

so

she walks

to work.



If Ellen

had a car,

she

wouldn’t

walk to

work

5.

Ali’s

English

will

improve,

but

he

has

to

practice



If

Ali

practices

,

his

English

will

improve

6.

Pat won’t

be

late

but she

has

to

hurry



If

Pat

hurries,

she

won’t be

late.

7.

Rita

doesn’t

like

swimmin

g so she

doesn’t

go to the

beach



If Rira

liked

swimmin

g,

she

would go

to

the

beach.

8.

Paulo

will get

better, but

he has to



take his

madicine



If Paulo

takes his

medicine

, he will

get

better

9.

David

doesn’t

getup

early

because

he lives

near the

school



If David

didn’t

live near

the

school,

he would

get

up

early.

10.

Carol will

catch the

bus she

has

to

leave

now



If Carol

leavers

now, she

will

catch the

bus



X.

Fill

in

each

blank

with

a

suitable

word of

your

choice.

Ho

w

are

things

with you?

Since I

saw you

last, I’ve

been ill.

By

the

time

I

arrived

home

after

seeing

you

on

Monday,

I had an

awful

headache.

I

thought

that

perhaps

my eyes

were tired

because

i’ve been



working

so hard

so i took

some

aspirins

and went

to

bed.

However,

when

I

woke up

the next

morning

the

headache

was

worse

than ever

and my

throat

was sore

I tried to

get up but

my arms

and my

legs were

stiff.

I

saw the

doctor

and she

told me i

had

a

temperatu

re.

She

said

I

probably

had flu.

She

advised

me

to

take some

medicine

and stay

in

bed.

The

medicine

tasted

horrible

and

it

did’nt

make me

fell any

good

I

felt sick

and

i

did’nt

want to

eat

anything

at

all

though I

was very

hungry. I

hve

almost

recovere

d

now

and i’m

going to

star work

again

tomorrow

. I still

have

a

slight

cold and

a cough

but my

chest

doesn’t

hurt when

i breathe.



Ca

n

we

meet on

Sunday?

I’m

looking

forward

to seeing

you.



TEST 30

I.

1. Look at that

sky! It’s going

to rain. If I

get wet, I’m

sure I will

catch a cold.

2. I’m not

your teacher

so I don’t

know

the

answer. If I

were

your

teacher,

I

would

tell

you to look in

your

dictionary!

3. I often

imagine being

on a deserted

island. If I

lived on a

deserted

island,

I

would spend

all day fishing

and

sunbathing!

4. Yes, I often

see Helen. If I

see

her

tomorrow, I

will tell her to

call you.

5. Come on,

hurry up. If

we hurry, we

will get to the

cinema before



the beginning

of the film.

6. Sorry, but I

haven’t got a

pencil

shapener. If I

had one, I

would lend it

to you, but I

haven’t

got

one!

7. Let’s go

now. If we

don’t

get

there before

7.00,

there

won’t be any

tickets left for

the

rock

concert.

8. I don’t

believe

in

aliens.

Anyway,

if

aliens landed

on Earth, I

think

they

would soon

decide

to

return to their

planet!

II.

1.

I

am

looking

forward

to

seeing you.

2. I arranged

to meet them

here.

3. He urged us

to

work

faster.

4. I can’t

understand

her behaving

like that.

5. It’s no use

waiting.

6. My mother

told me not to

speak

to

anyone about

it.

7. Would you

mind showing

me how to

work the lift?

8. The boys

like playing

games

but

hate

doing

lessons.

9.

He

surprised us

all by going

away without

saying goodbye.

10.

After

walking for

three

hours

we stopped to

let the others

catch up with

us.

III.

1. climb a

ladder.

2. drive a

vehicle.

3.

fly

a

helicopter.



4. grow some

tomatoes.

5. obey an

order.

6. prescribe

some

medicine.

7. repay some

money.

8. sail a yatch.

9. tell a joke.

10. wear a

suit.

IV.

1. Take an

umbrella in

case it rains.

2.

There

should

be

good reasons

for

asking

children to do

things.

3. Her father

tried to stop

her eating so

many sweets.

4.

John’s

father ordered

him not to

stay out late

again.

5. The old

houses

are

going to be

pulled down

soon.

6. The three

friends

all

applied

for

the same job.

7. Do you

mean

the

cinema

opposite the

station?

8. If you sold

more

products, you

would

earn

more money.

9. In my

mother’s

opinion, it is

essential

to

eat a big

breakfast.

10. I wish you

didn’t have

to leave now.

Can you stay

a bit longer?

V.

1. Mary was

so angry that

she

demanded to

see

the

manager.

2.

The

weather is so

awful that I

don’t fancy

going out this

evening.

3.

The

children could

hardly bear to

leave

their

pets behind.



4.

John

refused to let

his children

go to the

concert.

5. If I give

you

the

information, I

risk

losing

my job!

6. What do

you expect to

be doing in

ten

years

time?

7. Do you

intend to tell

the

police

about

the

missing

money?

VI.

- Well, I (1)

was born in

the North of

Scotland 22

years ago. I

(2)

come

from a quiet

village. It was

a nice place

for a child to

(3) grow up

and in the

future I’d like

to (4) bring

up my own

children in the

country.

- My parents

couldn’t (5)

educate me

themselves so

I had to travel

several miles

to the nearest

school.

But

then my father

had to (6)

move

to

Glasgow for

his work.

- And you

were invited

to (7) join

Rangers

Football Club.

- That’s right.

I was 16 so I

was able to

(8)

leave

school and (9)

become

a

professional

footballer.

- Well, I don’t

know.

I’m

still

young.

I’ll

get

married. I’ll

play football

as long as I

can. When I

stop, I hope to

get a job as a

club manager.

And

finally

I’d like to

(10)

settle

down in the

North

of



Scotland

again.

VII.

1. You should

be ashamed of

your

behavior!

2. Do you like

chocolate

cake? I am

very fond of

it.

3.

Young

David has got

into trouble

as usual.

4. Are you

laughing

at

me? Do I look

funny?

5. That was a

terrible thing

to do! I’m

extremely

cross

with

you!

6. I don’t

believe

in

spending a lot

of money on

clothes.

7. You look a

bit fed up. Is

anything the

matter?

8. I’m very

keen

on

classical

music,

actually.

9. In reply to

Jack

questions, Sue

shook

her

head.

10. Cheer up!

Try laughing

for a change.

VIII.

Battle

for

your heart is

the new film

starring Hugh

Grade.

I’m

afraid that my

first

(1)

impression

was not very

favorable. The

scenes

of

violence are

(2) offensive

and the main

character,

Tony,

is

simply

(3)

irritating.

The audience

is supposed to

feel great (4)

admiration.

For Tony, an

army officer,

who

is

accused of (5)

cowardice

because

he

fails to attack

the

village

where the (6)

adorable

Miranda lives



with

her

father. Tony

saves

their

lives,

and

though

the

idea

of

marrying

Tony has little

(7) attractive

for

her,

Miranda

agrees to it

out of (8)

gratitude.

However, she

is still in love

with

Alex,

one of the

enemy army,

and wants to

remain

(9)

faithful

to

him.

The

dialogue and

acting are just

as bad as the

plot. At the

end,

I

breathed

a

sign of (10)

relief.

IX.

1.

Jack

denied

cheating in

the exam.

2. I couldn’t

help laughing

at

Wendy’s

letter.

3. I regret to

tell you that

you have not

been

appointed to

the post.

4. I stopped

running

to

drink some

water.

5. I suggest

taking

the

train.

6.

Don’t

forget to turn

off the lights

when

you

leave.

7.

Derek

appears

to

have

forgotten the

meeting.

X.

On Mother’s

Day sons and

daughters

visit

their

mothers and

bring

(1)

them flowers

and

little

presents. The

eldest

son

must

(2)

bring

his

mother a good

cake. If sons

or daughters

cannot be (3)

with

their

mother

on



that day, they

usually

(4)

send

her

presents.

Mother’s Day

must be a day

of rest (5) for

the mother of

the family, so

her daughters

(6) cook the

dinner on that

day and lay

the (7) table

and the sons

help to (8)

wash

the

plates

and

dishes

after

dinner.

In the United

States

and

Canada,

Mother’s Day

is the second

Sunday

in

May.

They

have a (9)

very beatiful

stamp

for

Mother’s Day

in the United

States.

It

shows

the

portrait of the

(10) mother

of

James

Whistler, one

of the greatest

American

painters.



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