Lesson 5 Documento sin título Present perfect vs. the present perfect progressive. Complete the sentences. Use the present perfect pr the present perfect progressive. In some sentences, either form is possible. 1. I’m tired. We (walk) __have been walking_ for more than an hour. Let’s stop and rest for a while. 2. The post office…
Lesson 4 Documento sin título Decide whether you have to use “since” or “for”. 1. I have been waiting 4 o’clock. 2. Sue has only been waiting 20 minutes. 3. Tim and Tina have been learning English six years. 4. Fred and Frida have been learning French 1998. 5. Joe and Josephine have been going…
Lesson 5 Documento sin título Please familiarize yourself with the following vocabulary and read the article below. Disaster Tiresome Bleak Desperate Remedy Gradual Underling Detractors Induced Arsenal Disposal Nuclear Episode Feigning Absorbed Guarantees Pretends Etiquette Lethargy Wakefulness Disappointment Show your understanding of the vocabulary by filling in the blanks. 1. Hurricanes are one type of…
Lesson 3 Documento sin título How do you ‘fingerprint’ a polar bear? New technique to reveal effect of climate change, hunting Oct 28, 2007 01:54 PM Bob Weber THE CANADIAN PRESS A Canadian researcher is using new technology to try to "fingerprint" polar bears in an effort to discover how hunting and climate change is…
Lesson 8 Documento sin título What differences can you find between American and British Spelling? American English British English color 1) 2) humour 3) theatre kilometer 4) mom 5) defense 6) 7) cosy dialog 8) traveler 9) check cheque 10) jewellery tire 11) realize 12) 13) favourite
Lesson 4 Documento sin título Have or Has? Decide whether to use “have” or “has”. 1. She been asking questions all day long. 2. They been climbing the mountain. 3. We been washing the dishes. 4. You been repairing your computer. 5. I been working. 6. It been snowing. 7. The boy been playing. 8….
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