Dec 18, 2016

UNIT 111 • Even

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  • Sharon, Linda and Angela are three friends who went on holiday together. Use the information given about them to complete the sentences using ‘even’ or ‘not even’.

    Sharon
    ○       is usually on time
    ○       is usually happy
    ○       likes getting up early
    ○       is very interested in art

    Linda
    ○       isn’t very keen on art
    ○       is usually miserable
    ○       usually hates hotels
    ○       hasn’t got a camera

    Angela
    ○       is almost always late
    ○       is a keen photographer
    ○       loves staying at hotels
    ○       isn’t very good at getting up
    • They stayed at a hotel. Everybody liked it,
      They arranged to meet. They all arrived on time,
      They went to an art gallery. Nobody enjoyed it,
      Yesterday they had to get up early. They all managed to do this,
      They were together yesterday. They were all in a good mood,
      None of them took any photographs,

    • Make sentences with ‘even’. Use the words in brackets.
      • She has been all over the world.
        She (the Antarctic)

        • She has to work every day.
          She (on Sundays)

          • They painted the whole room.
            They (the floor)

            • You could hear the noise from a long way away.
              You (from the next street)

              • They have the windows open all the time.
                They (when it’s freezing)

              • In the following sentences you have to use ‘not … even’. Use the words in brackets.
                • They didn’t say anything to us.
                  They (hello)

                  • I can’t remember anything about her.
                    I can’t (her name)

                    • There isn’t anything to do in this town.
                      There (a cinema)

                      • He didn’t tell anybody where he was going.
                        He (his wife)

                      • Complete these sentences using ‘even’ + a comparative.
                        • It was very hot yesterday but today it’s
                          The church is 500 years old but the house next to it is
                          That’s a very good idea but I’ve got an one.
                          The first question was very difficult to answer. The second one was
                          I did very badly in the examination but most of my friends did
                          Neither of us was hungry. I ate very little and my friend ate

                        • Put in ‘if’, ‘even’, ‘even if’ or ‘even though’.
                          •  . . . 
                            Even though
                            she can’t drive, she has bought a car.
                            • If
                            • Even
                            • Even if
                            • Even though

                          • The bus leaves in five minutes but we can still catch it  . . . 
                            if
                            we run.
                            • if
                            • even
                            • even if
                            • even though

                          • The bus leaves in two minutes. We won’t catch it now  . . . 
                            even if
                            we run.
                            • if
                            • even
                            • even if
                            • even though

                          • His Spanish isn’t very good  . . . 
                            even
                            after three years in Spain.
                            • if
                            • even
                            • even if
                            • even though

                          • His Spanish isn’t very good  . . . 
                            even though
                            he’s lived in Spain for three years.
                            • if
                            • even
                            • even if
                            • even though

                          •  . . . 
                            Even
                            with the heating on, it was very cold in the house.
                            • If
                            • Even
                            • Even if
                            • Even though

                          •  . . . 
                            Even though
                            I was very tired, I couldn’t sleep.
                            • If
                            • Even
                            • Even if
                            • Even though

                          • I won’t forgive them for what they said  . . . 
                            even if
                            they apologise.
                            • if
                            • even
                            • even if
                            • even though

                          •  . . . 
                            Even though
                            I hadn’t eaten anything for 24 hours, I wasn’t hungry.
                            • If
                            • Even
                            • Even if
                            • Even though

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