Category Archives: Grammar

RELATIVE CLAUSES

Hello class!

PRACTICE
  1. You can also visit your workbook explanation on pages 94-95.
  2. Then I am posting you on line exercises so as to do more practice.

 

Keep an eye on  the POSTS because there are also interesting readings such as ROCK AND ROLL GRANDADS and you POST some comments on them.

HAVE A NICE HOLIDAY!

 

MODAL VERBS EXERCISES

Try to do the following exercises to practice on modal verbs.

1. Modal verbs: CAN / COULD / HAVE TO / MUST /MIGHT / SHOULD

2. All type of modal verbs. Difficult level.

3. Fill in NEEDN’T or MUSTN’T.

4. ABILITY: CAN/ COULD / BEEN ABLE TO

5. PROBABILITY: CAN / COULD / MAY / MIGHT / MUST

6. MIXED USE: CAN / COULD / MAY / MIGHT.

7. DON’T HAVE TO / MUSTN’T

8. MODAL PERFECT: WOULD / SHOULD / MIGHT + HAVE + PAST PART.

9. MODAL VERBS: on line test

10. MODAL PERFECT: MUST / SHOULD / SHOULDN’T / COULD + HAVE + P.P

EXERCISES ON REPORTED SPEECH

Practice by doing the following activities on line.
REMEMBER, you have to post a comment every time you do an exercise.
SORRY FOR THE DELAY!!!

1. Simple statements.

2. Statements with expressions of time.

3. Questions. 1

4. Questions 2

5. Questions with expressions of time.

6. Commands. Affirmative.

7. Commands. Negative.

8. Complete the sentences.

9. Mixed reported speech.

10. More reporting.

11. Do you still need more practice? Try this and do lots of exercises!!

12. Reported Speech listening. 1

13. Reported Speech listening 2. More challenging!

14. Reporting commands and special cases 1.

15. Reporting special cases 2.

16. Reporting “suggest” and special cases.

17. SAY, TELL, ASK