# Simple and compound sentences

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## 30029 worksheet about simple compound and complex sentences

... to the meeting if it’s really necessary 9- You should wash your hands before you eat (eat) You before washing your hands 10-When I leave university, I’ll go abroad immediately (soon) ... Wouldn’t have chosen c Wouldn’t choose 8 CONDITIONAL (1 PT EACH-8PTS) Match the sentences halves to make correct conditional sentences 1- If we hadn’t missed the plane, a I’d take a six-month holiday ... Unless you pay for it, g We would have seen the band 8- If we hadn’t managed to get the tickets, h I won’t go to the concert with you Complete the sentences with the correct words (1PT EACH-10PTS)...
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## Simple interest and compound interest

... Ramandeep Singh Page 10 www.BankExamsToday.com 2000 Simple Interest and Compound Interest 98.56 04 By Ramandeep Singh Page 11 www.BankExamsToday.com Simple Interest and Compound Interest By Ramandeep ... 10% 12000 By Ramandeep Singh Page www.BankExamsToday.com Simple Interest and Compound Interest 112.50 By Ramandeep Singh Page www.BankExamsToday.com Simple Interest and Compound Interest [ 1164-1008 ... difference between the compound and simple interest for years will be  The difference between simple interest and compound interest on a sum for years at 8% when the interest is compounded annually...
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## Blocks and compound statements

... i v i s o r o f both a and b ∗ / r e t = i ; } r e t u r n r e t ; } 24 6.087 Lecture – January 13, 2010 Review Blocks and Compound Statements Control Flow Conditional Statements Loops Functions ... Statements Control Flow Conditional Statements Loops Functions Modular Programming Variable Scope Static Variables Register Variables Blocks and compound statements • A simple statement ends ... Nested blocks Blocks nested inside each other { i n t temp = x+y ; z = f o o ( temp ) ; { f l o a t temp2 = x∗y ; z += bar ( temp2 ) ; } } 6.087 Lecture – January 13, 2010 Review Blocks and Compound...
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## THE PASSIVE AND ACTIVE SENTENCES.doc

... the police find the lost man?  18 Who looked after the children for you?  19 How long have they waited for the doctor?  20 What time can the boys hand in their ... Jack London’s life and writings represent the American love of adventure  31 They say that John is the brightest student in class  32 They reported that the President had ... Has Tom finished the work?  Are the police making inquires about the thief?  Must we finish the test before ten?  10 Will buses bring the children home?...
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## Revision ò Present Simple and Present Progressive

... Form [ present progressive Affirmative S + am/ is /are + V-ing … Negative S + am/ is/ are + not + Interrogative V-ing… Am/ Is/ Are + S + Ving…? Usages Repeated Actions: use the Simple Present ... Near Future: speakers occasionally use Simple Present to talk about scheduled events in the near future This is most commonly done Usages Now: use the Present Progressive with Normal Verbs to express ... the Present Progressive to indicate that something will or will not happen in the near future Examples: I am meeting some friends after school Repetition and Irritation with "Always“: the Present...
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## TChon 17 PRESENT SIMPLE AND PRESENT PROGRESSIVE WITH FUTURE MEANING.doc

... of) 3.He was busy yesterday and …… was I (too/ either/ so/ neither) What does she look like? - She’s …… (interesting and sense of humor/ generous and helpful/ tall and thin) I received a letter ... VI Choose and underline the best answers: (2ps) You ought ……… the dentist (go/ to go/ going/goes) Hoa feels sick She ate too …… candy last night (much/ many/ a lot of/ ... VII Match one in column A with one in column B: (2ps) A B Keys What are you going to this afternoon? a You should wear overcoat 12 Would you like to go to the cinema with me? b I don’t think so...
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## TCHON PERIOD 8 PRESENT SIMPLE, PAST SIMPLE AND PREPOSITIONS OF TIME.doc

... passage and answer question below: In the summer holidays, Mr Hung, Mrs Chi and their children, Tuan and Hoa often go to the beach for two or three days They always go to Vung Tau in the south of ... the morning, Tuan and his father go jogging around Xuan Huong Lake Hoa and her mother walked along Bui Thi Xuan Street and then visited the flower garden Hoa liked it very much and the flowers ... does Hoa’s family often go for their summer holiday? How long they often stay there? Where they usually stay? Where they sometimes stay? Where did they go last summer? What did Hoa and her mother...
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## PASSIVE VOICE AND WISH SENTENCES

... WISH SENTENCES Regrets I wish I _ drunk and kissed Samantha (get NEGATIVE) I wish it _ so much The garden's turned to mud ... more time for my hobbies (have) I wish it _ more often in Valencia (rain) I wish I _ to go to your nephew's wedding (have NEGATIVE) Complaints I wish you _ so much You're ... I wish Samantha _ her hair more often It looks so greasy all the time (wash) Mixed 10 I wish you _ so horrible to your brother He's a really nice bloke (be NEGATIVE) 11 I wish...
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## the passive and active sentences

... did the police find the lost man?  18 Who looked after the children for you?  19 How long have they waited for the doctor?  20 What time can the boys hand in their ... poor boys  24 They have given the women in most countries in the world the right to vote  25 They paid me a lot of money to the job  4/ Sentences with verbs of ... don’t make the children work hard  51 They made him work all day  52 The detective saw the woman putting the jewelry in her bag  53 The terrorists made the hostages...
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