Lesson 3 Documento sin título Negative Sentences in Past Perfect Simple Write the verbs in Past Perfect Simple. Use the negative form. 1.In the shopping centre, I met a friend who I (see / not) for ages. 2.The thief could walk right into the house because you (lock / not) the door. 3.We lost the…
Lesson 6 Documento sin título Present Progressive – Short and Long Forms Exercise on Short and Long Forms Write down the long forms. 1. I’m climbing. 2. You’re studying. 3. He’s falling. 4. We’re having fun. 5. They’re shopping. 6. He’s not speaking. 7. I’m not lying. 8. They’re not playing. 9. She isn’t painting….
Lesson 1 Documento sin título Look at Johns schedule for tonight: 5:00pm Dinner with my parents. 6:00pm Help Jeff move to his new apartment. 7:00pm 8:00pm Drive Carrie to the airport. 9:00pm Coffee with Amy. 10:00pm Study at the library with Angie. 11:00pm Beer with Jerry 12:00pm Do homework 1:00 am Sleep. 2:00am …
Lesson 5 Documento sin título Present Progressive – Form Exercise on questions I Write questions with the words below. Example: Shelly/ to have/ a party tonight – _Shelly is having a party tonight 1. Peter / to go / to the cinema 2. they / to play / a game 3. she / to listen…
Lesson 6 Documento sin título Read these sentences. Underline the verb and indicate if they are transitive (v.t.) or intransitive (v.i.). Change the sentence to passive if possible. Example: Jack walked to school. _(v.i) No change___________________________ Sara broke the window. _(v.t)The window was broken by Sara. _________ We stayed in a hotel. The leaves fell…
Lesson 6 Documento sin título Exercise on questions with interrogative particles Ask for the information in the bold part of the sentence. 1. Ashley is going to a restaurant. 2. Gareth is reading the paper. 3. Stacey is playing in the garden. 4. She is wearing a red dress. 5. Britney is doing her homework….
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