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  • May 18, 2016
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Intermediate English Lesson 9, Grammar Intermediate English Lesson 9, Homework Choose which verb expresses:  Moral imperative Duty Need Reproach Necessity A piece of advice Disapproval Instructions Previous agreement Confident supposition a) be to b) should c) ought to d) have to Correct the mistakes: I had study a lot to become a teacher. Everyone has have eight hours’ sleep at…


  • May 17, 2016
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Intermediate English, Lesson 8. Grammar Intermediate English, Lesson 8. Homework Connect the lists of the expressions with the lists of the modal verbs: 1) Ability, possibility (real or supposed), doubt about the possibility of something, reproach, lost opportunity, demand, permission, prohibition, supposition, intention. 2) Real possibility, reproach (only might), supposition with lack of confidence, demand, permission, prohibition, wish. 3) Necessity, duty, responsibility, a…

English for Intermediate Students, Lesson 9. Homework

  • March 17, 2016
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My dear students, this subject had always made me fear, that’s why I give you the comfortable homework for these lessons. First, you have to revise your new grammar: which choice lies on the needed shelf in our imaginary supermarket. Some phrases repeat the ones from the grammar page. So you don’t have to be…

50 Shades of Modality. Part Two. English for Intermediate Students, Lesson 9

  • March 15, 2016
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Let’s continue learning our modals! I wanted to remind you that the modals don’t change, except “be to,” and “have to.” That is why sometimes we replace the unchanged verb with another one in the past or future. If you will choose the needed modal verb in accordance with your mood or other inner feelings,…

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