Dec 12, 2016

UNIT 89 • All, every and whole

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  • Complete these sentences with ‘all’, ‘everything’ or ‘everybody / everyone’.
    • It was a good party.  . . . 
      Everybody
      enjoyed it.
      • All
      • Everything
      • Everybody
      • Everyone

    •  . . . 
      All
      I’ve eaten today is a sandwich.
      • All
      • Everything
      • Everybody
      • Everyone

    •  . . . 
      Everybody
      has got their faults. Nobody is perfect.
      • All
      • Everything
      • Everybody
      • Everyone

    • Nothing has changed.  . . . 
      Everything
      is the same as it was.
      • All
      • Everything
      • Everybody
      • Everyone

    • Margaret told me  . . . 
      all
      about her new job. It sounds quite interesting.
      • all
      • everything
      • everybody
      • everyone

    • Can  . . . 
      everyone
      write their names on a piece of paper please?
      • all
      • everything
      • everybody
      • everyone

    • Why are you always thinking about money? Money isn’t  . . . 
      everything
      .
      • all
      • everything
      • everybody
      • everyone

    • I didn’t have much money with me.  . . . 
      All
      I had was ten pounds.
      • All
      • Everything
      • Everybody
      • Everyone

    • When the fire alarm rang,  . . . 
      everybody
      left the building immediately.
      • all
      • everything
      • everybody
      • everyone

    • She didn’t say where she was going.  . . . 
      All
      she said was that she was going away.
      • All
      • Everything
      • Everybody
      • Everyone

    • We have completely different opinions. I disagree with  . . . 
      everything
      she says.
      • all
      • everything
      • everybody
      • everyone

    • We all did well in the examination.  . . . 
      Everyone
      in our class passed.
      • All
      • Everything
      • Everybody
      • Everyone

    • We all did well in the examination.  . . . 
      All
      of us passed.
      • All
      • Everything
      • Everybody
      • Everyone

    • Why are you so lazy? Why do you expect me to do  . . . 
      everything
      for you?
      • all
      • everything
      • everybody
      • everyone

  • Write sentences with ‘whole’.
    • I read the book from beginning to end.
      I

      • Everyone in the team played well.
        The

        • Paul opened a box of chocolates. When he finished eating, there were no chocolates left in the box.
          He ate

          • The police came to the house. They were looking for something. They searched everywhere, every room.
            They

            • Ann worked from early in the morning until late in the evening.
              Ann

              • Everyone in Dave and Judy’s family plays tennis. Dave and Judy play, and so do all their children.
                The
                or
                The

                • Jack and Jill went on holiday to the seaside for a week. It rained from the beginning of the week to the end.
                  It

                • Write sentences using ‘all’ instead of ‘whole’.
                  • Ann worked from early in the morning until late in the evening.
                    Ann

                    • Jack and Jill went on holiday to the seaside for a week. It rained from the beginning of the week to the end.
                      It

                    • Complete these sentences using ‘every’ with one of the following:

                      five minutes       ○      ten minutes       ○      four hours       ○      six months       ○      four years
                      • The bus service is very good. There’s a bus
                        Tom is ill. He has some medicine. He has to take it
                        The Olympic Games take place
                        We live near a busy airport. A plane flies over our house
                        It’s a good idea to have a check-up with the dentist

                      • Choose the right answer.
                        • I’ve spent  . . . 
                          all the money
                          you gave me.
                          • the whole money
                          • all the money

                        • Sue works  . . . 
                          every day
                          except Sunday.
                          • every day
                          • all days

                        • I’m tired. I’ve been working hard  . . . 
                          all day
                          .
                          • all the day
                          • all day

                        • It was a terrible fire.  . . . 
                          The whole building
                          was destroyed.
                          • The whole building
                          • Whole building

                        • I’ve been trying to phone her all day but  . . . 
                          every time
                          I phone her the line is engaged.
                          • every time
                          • all the time

                        • I don’t like the weather here. It rains  . . . 
                          all the time
                          .
                          • every time
                          • all the time

                        • When I was on holiday,  . . . 
                          all my luggage
                          was stolen.
                          • my whole luggage
                          • all my luggage

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