Put the sentences into passive voice. They built these houses in 1902. She bakes a cake every Sunday. He broke the vase yesterday. I clean the shoes every Friday.We wrote the exercise an hour ago.They use this road very often.Thieves stole his car.They cancelled all the flights.Brian told the truth.She always loads the dishwasher.He sometimes does the shopping.The ambulance took Peter to hospital.Insert is, an or are to replace * in the sentences 1. She * in the house.2. The dog and the cat * in the garden.3. The woman * behind a tree.4. I * Kevin.5. Carol and I * friends.6. It * black.7. My name * Bob.8. They * nice girls.9. The children * in the shop.10. He * a teacher.11. We * hungry.12. Mrs Dixon * funny and nice.13. I * twelve years old.14. Jim and Cathy * at school. 15. The elephants * tired. Past Continuous TenseI / he / she / it I was speaking. I was not speaking. Was I speaking? Was or Were? 1. We______ dancing.The dog_____ barking. 3. The printer _____ printing out a photograph. 4. The pupils_____ writing a test. 5. Sue and Gareth_____ walking up the hill.Write sentences in past progressive. 1. he / the car / wash → 2. she / home / go → 3. they / not / the match / watch → 4. you / in the shop / work → 5. I / not / a magazine / read →Write questions in past continuous tense. 1. she / on a chair / sit → 2. you / your bag / pack → 3. his head / ache → 4. we / tea / drink → 5. you / the bike / repair →AdjectiveAdjectives are used to modify nouns, e.g. The dog is loud. – What is the dog like? – loudAdverbs are used to modify verbs, adjectives or other adverbs, e.g. The dog barks loudly. – How does the dog bark? – loudlyExercise - Adjective or AdverbWrite down the correct form of the word in brackets (adjective or adverb). 1. Tom is (slow) . He works . 2. Sue is a (careful) girl. She climbed up the ladder . 3. The dog is (angry) . It barks . 4. He acted (excellent) . He's an actor. 5. They learn English (easy) . They think English is an language. 6. Max is a (good) singer. He sings . 7. It's (awful) cold today. The cold wind is . 8. Dogs rely on their noses as they can smell (extreme / good) . If that is true, why does dog food smell so (terrible) ? 9. The little boy looked (sad) . I went over to comfort him and he looked at me . 10. I tasted the soup (careful) but it tasted (wonderful) . Fill in the correct form of the words in brackets (comparative or superlative). My house is (big) than yours. 2. This flower is (beautiful) than that one. 3. This is the (interesting) book I have ever read. 4. Non-smokers usually live (long) than smokers. 5. Which is the (dangerous) animal in the world? 6. A holiday by the sea is (good) than a holiday in the mountains. 7. It is strange but often a coke is (expensive) than a beer. 8. Who is the (rich) woman on earth? 9. The weather this summer is even (bad) than last summer. 10. He was the (clever) thief of all. London lies on the river Thames and is the capital of the United Kingdom. With about 7 million inhabitants, it is one of the largest cities in the world. Lots of tourists visit London every year. There are plenty of museums, theatres and interesting sights, for example the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament with their clock tower, Big Ben.Fill in the correct form of the following adjectives. 1. London is the (large) city in Great Britain. 2. No other British city has as (many) inhabitants as London. 3. The London underground, the tube, is the (old) underground in the world. 4. The Tower of London is one of the (famous) London sights. 5. Another sight is the London Eye. With its 135 metres, it is (tall) than any other big wheel in the world. Common English Irregular Verbs List Comparative Form and Superlative Form (irregular comparisons)positive form comparative form superlative form good better best bad / ill worse worst little (amount) less least little (size) smaller smallest much / many more most far (place + time) further furthest far (place) farther farthest late (time) later latest late (order) latter last near (place) nearer nearest near (order) - next old (people and things) older oldest old (people) elder eldest
Either /Neither of : singular !
Either of the boys (is/are) guilty of starting the fire. Neither of the two donkeys (carries/carry) heavy loads. Either of them (has/have) stolen my chewing gum. Neither of them (has/have) the courage to talk to her.