1. HAVE SPENT/ DID YOU FIRST BECOME
2. WAS/ WAS SITTING/ WAS READING/ SAW/ DECIDED/
3. DID YOU FIRST GO/
4. HAD LEFT/ LIVED/ WAS/ HAD BEEN/ FOUND/ ARRIVED/
6. WAS/ HAPPENED/ WAS/ ---/ /---/ HAD JUST BLOWN/ FELT/ ---/ COULD/ WAS SITTING
7. HAVE NEVER TOLD.
EXERCISE 3: PASIVA:
1.John gave Elizabeth that beautiful ring.
ELIZABETH WAS GIVEN A BEAUTIFUL RING BY JOHN
A BEAUTIFUL RING WAS GIVEN ELIZABETH BY JOHN
2.Her students have sent her flowers.
FLOWERS HAVE BEEN SENT HE BY HER STUDENTS
SHE HAS BEEN SENT FLOWERS BY HER STUDENTS
3.He must give the message to the right person.
THE MESSAGE MUST BE GIVEN TO THE RIGHT PERSON BY HIM
a) Miss Moore said that they would make a lovely couple
b) Mr Smith said that they were going to live in Brighton
c) Mrs Jones said the bride and the groom were very nice young people.
d) Mr Roberts sais that the bride was wearing a beautiful wedding dress.
e) Mr Clarke said that the couple´s parents looked happy.
f) Miss Mayall said that the bride´s father had bought them a big flat.
a. He told Mary to sit down.
b. He asked me if I would pass his suitcase.
c. The children’s mother warned her children not to go near the sea.
d. Tim’s father told Tim not to be late.
5. correct error
Joan won the prize, which surprised me a lot.
The children, who were playing football, broke one of my windows.
The house in which I was born has just been demolished.
Fred is the man who lives next door.
The books which are on the table are mine.
I can’t remember the name of the person from whom I borrowed this pen.
1. Jack who is my best friend made a table
2. I read about a new OS which will be released by...
3. My sister wrote an article which the newspaper is going to publish
4. Alfred Hitchcock who was born in Britain worked for many years.
1. CAN/ CAN´T 9. SHOULD
2. DON´T HAVE TO
5. HAVE TO