Determiners and Plural Nouns
Man: Do you play sports?
Woman: Yes, I play volleyball and tennis. Do you play sports?
Man: No, I don't play sports, but I exercise a lot.
Woman: Oh, what do you do?
Man: I run, I swim, and I do yoga.
Woman: You do a lot!
Man: Do you cook much?
Woman: No, but I cook breakfast every day.
Man: What do you make?
Woman: I make omelets or pancakes. Do you cook?
Man: Not breakfast. I eat breakfast at school.
Woman: Where do you eat?
Man: Well, I buy a pastry at the bakery and eat it at school.
Man: Do you have a pet?
Woman: Yes, I have a dog. And you?
Man: I have a dog and a cat.
Woman: Do they stay inside?
Man: Yes, but I take my dog for a walk every day.
Woman: Me too. I walk my dog in the park.
Man: When do you get up?
Woman: I get up at 6 every day. And you?
Man: I get up at 7. I like to sleep in.
Woman: Lucky you! When do you go to bed?
Man: I go to bed at 11. And you?
Woman: I get in bed at 10 but then I read, and I fall asleep by 12.
Man: Oh, that's late. I need my sleep!
- I bought a hat.
- I bought an old hat.
- I bought the hat.
- I bought some hats.
- I have a bike.
- I have a new bike.
- I have an apple.
- I have an old bike.
- I have some pain in my arm.
- She has some money for me.
- We have some pets.
- I made some cookies.
- I got the drinks for the party.
- I like the new cafe.
- When is the meeting?
- Who is the new guy at work?
Gap Fill: Complete the conversation with the correct word!
Grammar Listening Practice
What are you cooking? It smells great.
I make omelets or pancakes. Do you cook?
There are many nice places in my town.
Two should be enough.
I have one, but it’s very old.