2 Many films are produced in Hollywood.
3 The Olympic Games aren’t held every year.
4 Chocolate is made from cocoa beans.
5 Thousand of Beatles CDs are sold every year.
6 How many cans of coke are bought every day?
7 How often is the world cup held?
2 We aren’t allowed to eat in class.
3 My parents won’t let me play football in the garden.
4 You are allowed to take photographs here.
5 My brother let me use his camera.
6 In Britain, when you’re 17 you are allowed to drive.
2 My dad has been ill in bed for four days.
3 My cousins have been living in their house for 20 years.
4 I haven’t seen Jane since 10 o’clock.
5 I really like this CD, but I haven’t listened to it for a long time.
6 My sister’s boyfriend has phoned her eight times since friday.
7 We haven’t eaten anything for breakfast.
2. The opposite of old. – young
3. A six or seven year old. – child
4. Someone who is about 50 is middle-aged.
5. A more polite word for old. – elderly
6. This person is over 65 years old and doesn’t work anymore. – pensioner
7. If you’re 14, you’re a teenager.
2 She’s delightful. She always make me smile.
3 I think it’s great to be with friends and have a food laugh.
4 Have you made any new plans since we last met?
5 You cannot always have a good time. Life isn’t always easy