Conditionals
Indirect Speech
Active/Passive Sentences
Time Shift in Indirect Speech
Position of Adverbials
100

Fill in the blank:

Metal _______ (to expand) if you heat it.

expands

100

Complete the indirect sentence:

John: "Mandy is at home."

John said _____

John said (that) Mandy was at home.

100

Form the given sentence in it's passive voice:

Julia rescued three cats.

Three cats were rescued by Julia.

100

How does the time-word change in indirect speech?

today ->

that day

100

Put the adverbial in the correct place:

Our friends must write a test. (also)

Our friends must also write a test.

200

Fill in the blank:

If you like, you ______ (to stay) for two days.

can stay

200

Complete the indirect sentence:

Andrew: "Clean the blue bike!"

Andrew told me ______

Andrew told me to clean the blue bike

200

Form the given sentence in it's passive voice:

The students handed in the reports.

The reports were handed in by the students.

200

How does the time-word change in indirect speech?

yesterday ->

the day before

200

Put the adverbial in the correct place:

I was joking. (only)

I was only joking.

300

Fill in the blank:

If I _______ (to see) the film in the cinema, I wouldn't have watched it on TV again

had seen

300

Complete the indirect sentence:

Denise: "Don't open the door!"

Denise told me ______

Denise told me not to open the door.

300

Form the given sentence in it's passive voice:

Maria crashed into the blue car.

The blue car was crashed into by Maria.

300

How does the time-word change in indirect speech?

last weekend ->

the weekend before

300

Put the adverbial in the correct place:

John fell off the bike. (almost)

John almost fell off the bike.

400

Fill in the blank:

What _______ (to do) if you had a million dollars.

would you do

400

Complete the indirect sentence:

Emily: "Our teacher will go to Leipzig tomorrow."

Emily said ______

Emily said (that) their teacher would go to Leipzig the next day.

400

Form the given sentence in it's passive voice:

Sue puts the rucksack on the floor.

The rucksack is put on the floor by Sue.

400

How does the time-word change in indirect speech?

next week ->

the following week

400

Put the adverbial in the correct place:

Her boyfriend will buy her some flowers. (probably)

Her boyfriend will probably buy her some flowers.

500

Fill in the blank:

If the parents bought the cat, the children _____ (to be) very happy.

would have been

500

Complete the indirect sentence:

Robert: "Is Tim leaving on Friday?"


Yesterday Robert asked _________

Yesterday Robert asked me if Tim was leaving on Friday.

500

Form the given sentence in it's passive voice:

The teacher is not going to open the window.

The window is not going to be opened by the teacher.

500

How does the time-word change in indirect speech?

now ->

then

500

Put the adverbial in the correct place:

Mary watches TV. (hardly, ever)

Mary hardly ever watches TV.

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