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01.12.20 “Think 3” Student’s book p.14 all exercises, Workbook p. 10

Student’s book exercises

Exercise number 1 page 14

  1. — present continuous
  2. — present perfect continuous
  3. — present perfect
  4. — present continuous
  5. — present simple


  1. We use the present simple to talk about facts and give opinions.
  2. We use the present continuous to talk about what’s happening at or around the time of speaking.
  3. We use the present perfect to talk about past actions without saying when they happened.
  4. We use the present perfect continuous to talk about actions that started in the past and are still happening.

Exercise number 2 page 14

It’s 2 am and I’m laying in bed. I’m trying to get to sleep, but I can’t. I have had trouble sleeping for about a month now. I have been trying different things to help me sleep, but nothing works. My mind doesn’t want to stop. A lot is happening in my life right now. It’s exam time, so I’ve been studying a lot. There’s also the question of next year. I’ve been thinking about it for ages. Mum and Dad want me to go to university, but I’m just not sure what to do.

Exercise number 1 page 14

  1. — a
  2. — h
  3. — b
  4. — c
  5. — e
  6. — d
  7. — g

Exercise number 3 page 14

  1. I’m good at languages. I don’t know why, but I learn them better and faster than the others. I like languages very much and I know only 4 languages: English, Russian, French and Spanish, but most of all I like English. And I hope I’ll learn more languages in the future.
  2. Maybe math and history. I learn them, but I think that’s more hard, because of my bad memory.
  3. Mmm, I can’t remember anything, because maybe I did not give up. I just was learning and doing hobbies that I like.

Workbook exercises

Exercise number 1 page 10

  1. PS
  2. PPC
  3. PS
  4. PPC
  5. PPS
  6. PS
  7. PC

Exercise number 2 page 10

  1. No, he’s not busy. He is playing cards on the computer.
  2. I’m writing my party invitations. Who should I invite?
  3. Most people don’t write letters, just emails.
  4. I’ve been writing all morning. My hand’s tired.
  5. My cousin usually plays tennis twice a day. He loves it.
  6. I haven’t written to thank my aunt for my present yet. I must do it tonight.
  7. We’ve played all these games? Have you got others?
  8. She’s not very good at the piano. She hasn’t been playing for very long.

Exercise number 3 page 10

  1. We are doing
  2. I’m spending
  3. I like
  4. I’m not watching
  5. I’m not playing
  6. help
  7. doesn’t pay
  8. I like
  9. I’m not working
  10. I need

Exercise number 4 page 10

  1. B I’m not sleeping
  2. A Are you finishing
  3. B don’t see
  4. A Are you doing

Exercise number 5 page 10

  1. I don’t see
  2. Texts
  3. does
  4. Is training
  5. Wants
  6. is inviting.

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