A. Match these questions about ladybirds to the correct answers. The verbs will help you.
In 1999, four ladybirds went into space in a NASA space shuttle. They came back alive.
1 Are ladybirds beetles?
2 Are all ladybirds red and black?
3 Do ladybirds lay eggs?
4 Have ladybirds adapted to all habitats?
5 Is the ladybird larva red?
6 Does the ladybird larva have black spots?
7 Has a ladybird been in space?
a Yes, they do.
b No, they aren’t.
c No, it isn’t.
d No, they haven’t.
e Yes, they are.
f Yes, it has!
g No, it doesn’t.
1 e 2 b 3 a 4 d 5 c 6 g 7 f
B. Your aunt and uncle have a holiday house. You are going to stay there this summer, but you have some questions. Complete their answers.
1 Is it close to the beach? ✓……Yes, it is. ……
2 Is it big? ✗……No, it isn’t. ……
3 Does it have a swimming pool? ✗………………..
4 Is my cousin Silvia coming too? ✗………………..
5 Has Silvia been there recently? ✗………………..
6 Are the neighbours friendly? ✓………………..
7 Do the neighbours know we’re coming? ✓………………..
8 Have you left the keys with the neighbours? ✓………………..
3 No, it doesn’t. 4 No, he / she isn’t.
5 No, he / she hasn’t. 6 Yes, they are.
7 Yes, they do. 8 Yes, we have.
C. Use the words in the table to make eight or more different questions and write them in your notebook.
ever picked up
a ladybird larva?
black and yellow?
Examples: Do mosquitoes lay eggs?
Are mosquitoes important?
Is a bee black and yellow?
Have you ever seen a ladybird larva?
Do beetles have wings?
Do mosquitoes have spots?
Does a bee lay eggs?
Have you ever picked up a worm?
D. You are coming to visit your grandmother in the USA. At the airport, the immigration officer asks you some questions. Make the questions using the words in brackets and write them in your notebook.
1 (your name / Marco de Silva)
Is your name Marco De Silva?
2 (over 18)
3 (more than one bag)
4 (live / in the USA)
5 (grandmother / living / in the USA)
6 (been / to the USA / before)
7 (staying / for more than a month)
Now answer the questions in your notebook using the information below.
1 Yes, it is.
2 Are you over 18? No, I’m not.
3 Do you have more than one bag? Yes, I do.
4 Do you live in the USA? No, I don’t.
5 Is your grandmother living in the USA? Yes, she is.
6 Have you been to the USA before? No, I haven’t.
7 Are you staying for more than a month? No, I’m not.
E. Circle the correct option.
1 Sorry. ………… late?
a Do I b Are I c Am I
2 A: …………? B: Yes, some beetles eat dead fish.
a Do beetles eat fish
b Are beetles eat fish
c Eat beetles fish
3 A: Are beetles very intelligent?
B: No, ………… . They have very small brains.
a it isn’t
b they don’t
c they aren’t
4 A: Have you ever eaten a beetle?
B: No, I ………… .
a don’t b didn’t c haven’t
5 A: Does your pet beetle have a name?
B: Yes, he ………… . His name’s Ringo.
a has b does c have
1 c 2 a 3 b 4 c 5 b
- English Grammar Exercises for A1 A2 – Word order
- English Grammar Exercises for A1 A2 – Both, either, neither
- English Grammar Exercises for A1 A2 – Time and sequence adverbs: first, then, afterwards
- English Grammar Exercises for A1 A2 – Linking words: and, but, or, so, because
- English Grammar Exercises for A1 A2 – Defining relative clauses
- English Grammar Exercises for A1 A2 – Say and tell