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1500 Structured tests, level 1


The contents of this book have been divided into thirty different structures.
How to use this book:
Teachers can use this book in class as a complement to any method in the following way.
One of the students reads a sentence choosing the answer which he considers correct. Then, the other students are asked for their opinions. This will give
occasion to numerous doubts and questions on the part of the students. Once the right answer has been established, the pupil or pupils could be asked to
build up similar phrasing.

The answers to the different levels may be found in the Key Book.

i n d e x
To be 1 y 2
Has, have, adjectives, greetings 3 y 4
There is, there are, much, many 5 y 6
Some, any, a, an 7 y 8
Had, man/men, woman/women, child/children 9 y 10
Was, were, this, that, these, those 11 y 12
There was, there were 13 y 14
Present, habitual, it is cold/hot, etc 15 y 16
Do, does, don't, doesn't 17 y 18
Much, many, int. pronouns, possessive adj 19 y 20
The possessive case 21 y 22
"Going to" form 23 y 24
On, in, at 25 y 26
Regular and irregular verbs 27 y 28
Did 29 y 30
The time, gerund after prepositions 31 y 32
Future, shall, will, by car, by coach, on foot etc 33 y 34
Do, make 35 y 36
Imperative, I think so, etc 37 y 38
Tell, say, so much, so many, so 39 y 40
Habitual, continuous 41 y 42
Past continuous 43 y 44
Can, could, to be able 45 y 46
Present perfect 47 y 48
Relative pronouns 49 y 50
The one who, nouns as adjectives 51 y 52
Past perfect tense 53 y 54
Future perfect tense 55 y 56
Comparatives, superlatives 57 y 58
Must, have to 59 y 60
Conditional 61 y 62
Active and passive 63 y 64
Irregular comparatives and superlatives, as ... as 65 y 66
Imperative 67 y 68
Age, question tags 69 y 70
Still, yet, already since for during 71 y 72

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