B. Write these sentences. Put one of these words in each empty place:
an any no none some
- Mrs. Briggs was rich, but Mrs. Williams was not. Mrs. Briggs had
some beautiful carpets, but Mrs. Williams didn’t have any.
- Mrs. Briggs had an expensive furniture, but Mrs. Williams had no.
- Mrs. Briggs had an expensive dishwasher, but Mrs. Williams did
not have any machines in her kitchen.
- Mrs. Briggs had some nice roses in her garden, but Mrs. Williams had
no flowers in hers.
- Mrs. Briggs had some big trees in her garden too, but Mrs. Williams
C. Write this story. Put one of these words in each empty place:
he him his her it its she
Mrs. Williams had a good baby: she never cried, and her clothes were
always clean. Mrs. Briggs was very surprised and said, ‘When my daughter
was small, I gave her lots of food, but she cried a lot, and her clothes were
always dirty. Why is your baby so different? How do you do it ?’
‘Well,’ answered Mrs. Williams, ‘my first child was a boy. I always gave
him a lot of food, he got very fat, and his stomach was always full. He
cried a lot and was dirty. Now I give my new baby much less, and she is
happy and clean.’