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... Saturday? Yes, he all day at the office Bill _ his bike? Yes He _it after school Where _ you _ my cat? I _ it on a tree What the baby _? The baby _ ... on Saturday? Yes, he worked all day at the office Did Bill ride his bike? Yes He rode it after school Where did you find my cat? I found it on a tree What did the baby draw? The baby drew a face...
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islcollective worksheets preintermediate a2 adults high school reading question words questions interrogative questions  3813497665654ab9d22a575 02561754
... Steve went to the party Object Question: Where did Steve go? To the party Subject Question: Who went to the party? Steve     We make these questions when we don’t know the subject ... disturb you when you were working? I dreamt about a strange animal last night 2.- Complete the questions for each of the answers 1) Mike and Brenda bought a new laptop _Who _ bought a new laptop? ... (do, does, did) We only use who or what (who for people and what for things) 1.- Chose the correct question for these answers I bought a newspaper this morning a What bought you this morning? b What...
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islcollective worksheets intermediate b1 upperintermediate b2 adults high school business professional writing clauses o 112499289854596522628871 83934848
... interesting book that I couldn’t put it down 10 There was too much noise, so we couldn't hear the speech There was so much noise that we couldn’t hear the speech 11 The house was too much small to live ... cancelled 13 The mouse ran into its hole to avoid being trapped by the cat The mouse ran into its hole so as not to be trapped by the cat 14 She set the timer to avoid overcooking the beans She ... was lazy so he lost his job I couldn't buy the house because it was expensive The house was so expensive that I couldn’t buy the house The book was so interesting that I couldn't put it down It...
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... take the (to be most annoying/surprising … thing that someone has done) 15 be in a (to be in a difficult situation) We _ - we like the same things and everything together Don’t ... the all (to reveal something secret) 11 10 a hard (to be extra nice to someone) spill the belt the (to drink wine/liquor heavily and become intoxicated) 13 be (like) two in a pod (to be very similar) ... what’s going on) 14 have bigger to fry (to get a 2nd chance at something) (have more important things to do) You don’t need to _ _ - I’ll give you an A for the homework Things have...
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... 16) I CAN T/WON’T BE ABLE TO come tomorrow, I have to study for my exams 17) I’ve been so busy, I HAVEN’T BEEN ABLE TO answer my emails 18) I will BE ABLE TO get married when I am 20 19) I CAN ... 12) He remembers HAVING BEEN ABLE TO open the door after several attempts 13) She used to BE ABLE TO drive on the left we she lived in England 14) He hates NOT BEING ABLE TO/NOT HAVING BEEN ABLE ... EXERCICE Complete the following sentences with the following modals Can Can’t Could Couldn’t Be able to Not be able to 1) you translate in Spanish? 2) I have (not) start the...
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