Once again: we have discovered the Indicative, and Imperative moods.
Do you remember the grammar from the lesson?
I’d like to insist on this point: you should always revise the needed grammar before doing your homework. Not only because I’m a crazy English teacher. There some more advantages in this method.
In such a way you will make fewer mistakes, and so you’ll be more motivated to learn further.
1) Correct the mistakes:
- Don’t does that.
- Helped yourself!
- Make themselves at home.
- Post this letter for me, don’t you?
- She work from 10 am to 18 pm.
- The bus arrive at 9.45 am.
- He dislike sweets.
- It are usual for him not to sleep during the whole day.
- I know, you am right.
- Sorry, could you waits a minute?
- Where is the children?
- Don’t tell anyone about it, don’t you?
- Won’t stay here, can’t you?
- Gos there, will you?
- Don’t asked anyone about me, won’t you?
- Are my guest.
- Please, is sit down.
- Comes in!
2) Change to the Imperative mood:
- I come home at 18 o’clock.
- You work a lot in the evening.
- We often speak English.
- They started the new life after that day.
- She likes her cat.
- Her cat likes only its food.
- He booked a room in the hotel.
3) Change to the Indicative mood:
- Go home!
- Don’t stay here, please.
- Come in.
- Don’t ask anyone about me, won’t you?
- Make yourself at home.
- Don’t stay here, can’t you?
- Go there, will you?
- Restart the exercises from the beginning.
- Let’s go to Spain.
- Call me back in one hour.
- Find out the decision.
- Hurry up! We can’t wait.