Lesson 6 Documento sin título Fill in the blanks using the passive voice: Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare. San Francisco an earthquake in 1906. More traffic accidents drunk drivers than anything else. The Sistine Chapel Michelangelo. The Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinci. Rice Koreans, Chinese, and Japanese. The light bulb Edison. The Law of Gravity Newton….
Lesson 2 Documento sin título Example Q: How long will you be playing soccer? A: I will be playing soccer for 60 minutes? ExampleQ: How long will you be playing soccer? A: I will be playing soccer from 6:30 until 7:30. (1) A: I will be playing soccer from 6:30 to 7:30. (2) Answer…
Lesson 2 Documento sin título Simple Present: Read the following paragraph: Indicate whether the actions in italics are simple present (a daily or usual habit) with an X. It’s 8:30 am., and the Smiths are in their kitchen. Mrs. Wilson is sitting 1) at the breakfast table. She’s reading2) the newspaper. She reads 3) the newspaper…
Lesson 7 Documento sin título Change these sentences into passive sentences. Use the by-phrase only if it is necessary. People grow rice in India. Mr. Lee grows rice in China. Do people speak Spanish in Bolivia? Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. Somebody published Romeo and Juliet in 1496. Someone told me a secret. People…
Lesson 4 Documento sin título Exercise on Past Perfect Progressive Put the verbs into the correct form (past perfect progressive). Example: The girl _had been walking_ down the street when she got hit. We (sleep) for 12 hours when he woke us up. They (wait) at the station for 90 minutes when the train finally…
Lesson 7 Documento sin título Travel Planning By Tom Hall: Lonely Planet Once that travel bug bites, everything gets very exciting very quickly. Before you know it you’re on the net, on the phone, in a travel agency, in a gear shop. You’re buying tickets, trying on trusty travelling shoes and purchasing plastic soap containers….
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