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Úkol pro skupinu AJ 1

Z každé dvojice vět vyberte větu bez chyby.



  • I'm going to leave work at 7 o'clock.
  • I'm going to leave to work at 7 o'clock.



  • Where do you come from?
  • Where you are from?



  • Can I come in on Monday?
  • Can I come on Monday?



  • She needn't forget to do it.
  • She mustn't forget to do it.



  • He speaks English quite well.
  • He speaks English quiet well.



  • She is going to buy.
  • She's going shopping.



  • I'm going to England next year.
  • I'm going to England in next year



  • It is much better than you think.
  • It's more better than you think.



Úkol pro skupinu AJ 2

Vyberte jednu z možností a - d.

1. What do you __________ every day?

  • a) make
  • b) doing
  • c) work
  • d) do


2. What did you __________ for breakfast?

  • a) got
  • b) have
  • c) ate
  • d) bought


3. He usually __________ here after 2 p.m.

  • a) arrive
  • b) goes
  • c) comes
  • d) leaves


4. __________ these pills three times a day.

  • a) Fetch
  • b) Take
  • c) Give
  • d) Put


5. I'm going to __________ them to our house.

  • a) invite
  • b) pick up
  • c) visit
  • d) come


6. What did she __________ them?

  • a) tell
  • b) said
  • c) say
  • d) talk


7. She __________ on holiday last month.

  • a) were
  • b) isn't
  • c) was
  • d) be


8. She is __________ about her trip.

  • a) speaks
  • b) talking
  • c) saying
  • d) said


9. She was __________ a very heavy briefcase.

  • a) carrying
  • b) to get
  • c) carried
  • d) get


10. It will be __________ in 20 minutes.

  • a) finish
  • b) already
  • c) works
  • d) finished



Úkol pro skupinu AJ 3

Napište otázky, které předcházely těmto větám.

Použijte slova v závorce v uvedeném tvaru.


I'm listening to the radio.    (you / doing)

What are you doing?


1. I come from Barcelona, Spain.   

(where / do) ?

2. She wants to go to the theatre.   

(what / do) ?

3. She doesn't know where he lives.   

(she / know) ?

4. It was great. We went to Egypt.   

(holiday / like) ?

5. She didn't like it because it was boring.   

(why / film) ?

6. She works in a bookshop.   

(which / shop) ?

7. I would like to go to the cinema.   

(what / would) ?

8. She likes classical music.   

(what / kind) ?

9. They lived in Austria for 8 years.   

(how / long) ?

10. He took the book back to the library.   

(do / with) ?



Úkol pro skupinu AJ 4

Doplňte vhodné slovo; v každé větě chybí jedno.

Chybějící mohou být také zápory.


  1. Why ___________ they here yet?
  2. Our car broke ___________ on the motorway.
  3. No, I ___________ come next week.
  4. Is this ___________ interesting as they expected?
  5. You must fill ___________ this application form.
  6. ___________ you done it yet?
  7. We need ___________ little more time to finish it.
  8. Today's temperatures are between 5 ___________ 10 °C.
  9. I have ___________ been to Australia.
  10. May I ___________ you a question?



Úkol pro skupinu AJ 5

Přeložte následující text

The Sun

The Sun is a star and the largest object in our solar system. It makes up 99.86% of the matter in the solar system. Even the giant planet Jupiter is tiny compared to the sun. The planets in our solar system move around the sun in orbits. Our sun can be seen in the sky in the daytime. It is seen as a large yellow ball. The sun is basically a very, very large ball of plasma bubbling with non-stop explosions. These explosions give off so much energy that if we could gather all the Sun's energy for one second it would be enough to power the U.S. for 9 million years. Even though the sun is 93 million miles (150 million km) from the earth, we still feel this energy.

The sun is so bright that it can hurt when you look at it and it can damage your eyesight, so never stare at the sun and never use binoculars or a telescope to look at it. The Sun emit light, heat and the solar wind. Solar wind moves past the earth outside our atmosphere. It is made of plasma and small particles that fly away from the sun all the way as far as Neptune. The sun is the main source of energy for life on Earth. It is no wonder that for ancient peoples the sun was an object of worship.

The Sun is in the middle of our solar system. Each planet travels in a more-or-less round orbit with the sun in the center. Each planet orbits at a different distance from the sun. The orbits of the planets are not perfect circles. They are closed-curves called ellipses. Planets closer to the Sun get more heat, the ones farther away are colder. Only the Earth has a climate that is suitable for human beings.

Almost all life on our planet ultimately depends on the light energy that comes from our Sun. Plants use solar energy so they can grow. This process is called photosynthesis, the green in the leaves is a pigment which is called chlorophyll.

In the center of the Sun, in its core, great heat and pressure combine hydrogen gas into helium gas which produces large amounts of energy. This is called nuclear fusion.

People can look at the Sun if they use special lenses that make it safe. When they do this, darker spots are sometimes seen on the surface of the Sun; these are called sunspots. The number of sunspots on the Sun gets bigger and then smaller in a cycle of about 11 years. These sunspots affect the weather on Earth and they can also affect electronics. A solar storm in 1989 shut down the electric power grid in Quebec and put the entire province in darkness for nine hours.