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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Lesson 2a - Conditionals - English Grammar

Lesson 1 - Preferences - English Grammar

Rewrite as directed


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Rewrite as directed

1. People speak English all over the world. (Begin with English)
2. People are watching the show. (Begin with ‘the show’)
3. The police have arrested the thief. (Begin with ‘the thief’)
4. He wrote the book last year. (Begin with ‘the book’)
5. Some boys were helping the wounded man. (Begin with ‘the wounded man’)
6. People play football all over the world. (Begin with ‘football’)
7. They haven’t yet announced the news. (Begin with ‘the news’)
8. Students are to write the answers on both sides of the paper. (Begin with ‘the answers’)
9. Nobody invited him. (Begin with ‘he’)
10. We find coconut palms in many parts of the world. (Begin with ‘coconut palms’)
Answers
1. English is spoken all over the world.
2. The show is being watched by the people.
3. The thief has been arrested by the police.
4. The book was written last year.
5. The wounded man was being helped by some boys.
6. Football is played all over the world.
7. The news has not yet been announced.
8. Answers are to be written on both sides of the paper.
9. He was not invited.
10. Coconut palms are found in many parts of the world.

Change affirmative sentences into negative sentences

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Change affirmative sentences into negative sentences

Change the following affirmative sentences into negative sentences.
1. Shyam passed the test.
2. He gave me a glass of milk.
3. The contractor finished the work in one day.
4. He goes to office at 9 o’clock.
5. She speaks English fluently.
6. They arrived in the morning.
7. He calls his mother every day.
8. My father reads a lot.
9. She knows how to knit.
10. He dared to challenge me.
11. They have promised to pay higher wages.
12. My mother and grandmother go to the temple every day.
13. My friend writes short stories.
14. He looked at the pictures on the wall.
15. Her performance in that movie won her many awards.

Answers

1. Shyam did not pass the test.
2. He did not give me a glass of milk.
3. The contractor did not finish the work in one day.
4. He does not go to office at 9 o’clock.
5. She does not speak English fluently.
6. They did not arrive in the morning.
7. He does not call his mother every day.
8. My father does not read much.
9. She does not know how to knit.
10. He did not dare to challenge me.
11. They have not promised to pay higher wages.
12. My mother and grandmother do not go to the temple every day.
13. My friend does not write short stories.
14. He did not look at the pictures on the wall.
15. Her performance in that movie did not win her any awards.