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Intermediate English, lesson 4. Answers

  • May 11, 2016
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Intermediate English, lesson 4. Grammar.
Intermediate English, lesson 4. Homework:

Match the beginnings and endings:

A)

  • That was my mistake:
  • They would be ready tomorrow,
  • I have made my homework yesterday.
  • You would meet a new friend,
  • He said that

B)

  • just as you said!
  • he had found his wallet.
  • The day before yesterday I had played truant.
  • I had eaten too much that evening.
  • they said.4

Insert the correct form of the verb in the blanks:

  • They said they (come) ______________ at our place this evening.
  • Sarah said she (do) ________________ more exercises to feel better.
  • Mike thought that he (arrive) _______________ earlier than he really did.
  • I think that my students (make) _________________ no mistakes in their homework.
  • We are sure that you (have) ___________ a good time with your friends before we arrived.

Correct the mistakes:

  • She said that she was been working on your project all day.
  • I said that he was sang at the concert hall, that we had to hurry.
  • I said that I found a new book by Robert S. few days before.
  • You said that you had waiting for two hours.
  • I said that I meet him tomorrow.

Change to the direct speech:

  • I said that you had to do this yesterday. You haven’t done this yet!
  • She said that I could take her part of the pizza.
  • They did not know that he would turn traitor.
  • You couldn’t see she was acting in a wrong way.
  • We couldn’t understand she acted in a wrong way until the mistake was spotted.

Intermediate English, lesson 4. Answers:

Sequence of tenses

 

Match the beginnings and endings:

  • I had made a mistake: I had eaten too much that evening.
  • They would be ready tomorrow, they said.
  • I did my homework yesterday. The day before yesterday, I had played truant.
  • You met a new friend, just as she had predicted!
  • He said that he had found his wallet.

Insert the correct form of the verb in the blanks:

  • They said they came to our place this evening.
  • Sarah said she did more exercises to feel better.
  • Mike thought that he had arrived earlier than he really did.
  • I think that my students make no mistakes in their homework.
  • We are sure that you had a good time with your friends before we arrived.

Correct the mistakes:

  • She said that she has been working on your project all day.
  • I said that he was singing at the concert hall, and we had to hurry.
  • I said that I had found a new book by Robert S. a few days before.
  • You said that you had been waiting for two hours.
  • I said that I would meet him tomorrow.

Change to the direct speech:

  • I said, “You had to do this yesterday. You haven’t done it yet.”
  • She said, “You can take a slice of my pizza.”
  • They said, “We did not know he would turn traitor.”
  • We explained, “This is how it works.”

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