Worksheet (Week 1) SVIP
Choose the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation.
Complete the sentences using the words given.
1. He decided to quit his job and become a(n) after his wife got promoted.
2. She hires a maid to do the because she's too busy with her career.
3. My husband enjoys doing the because he wants to show off his muscles.
4. My daughter has a strong . She always stands up for what she believes in.
5. She expressed her to the old woman who had saved her life.
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Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.
They always __________ the washing-up as soon as they finish the meal.
He always helps his neighbours __________ the rubbish when they are away.
She always makes a list of __________ before going shopping at the supermarket.
She felt a close __________ with her aunt, who was like a second mother to her.
You should take __________ for your mistakes and apologize to your brother.
Provide the correct form of the verb in brackets. Use the present simple or present continuous.
The boys (look) more stylish in their new suits.
He can't go fishing now. He (make) a dollhouse for his daughter.
Hurry up! The plane (take) off at 10 a.m. and you're still packing your bags.
They (take) their daughters to the dentist twice a year.
Paul loves drawing animals, but today he (draw) a portrait of his favourite singer.
They hate waiting in line, so they always (book) their tables in advance.
Jenny follows a healthy diet and (watch) her weight carefully.
Listen! Someone (knock) on the door. Maybe it's the pizza delivery guy.
Choose the correct answer to fill in the blank in each of the following questions.
Dividing chores is not always easy. Sometimes, you may feel (21) __________ you are doing more work than your siblings, or that your parents are being unfair. But don't worry, there are some ways to make it more fun and less (22) __________.
One way is to make a chore chart. A chore chart is a list of tasks that each family member has to (23) __________ every week. You can use stickers or colours to mark the chores that you have completed. This way, you can see who is doing their share and who is slacking off.
Another way is to turn chores (24) __________ a game. You can challenge your siblings to see who can finish their chores faster, or who can do them better. You can also (25) __________ silly rules, such as singing while you clean or wearing funny costumes.
A third way is to do chores together. You can ask your parents or siblings to help you with your chores or offer to help them with theirs. You can also do chores that (26) __________ teamwork, such as washing dishes, folding laundry, or gardening. Doing chores together can make them more enjoyable and less boring.