I Turn into passive.
1) People make paper from wood.
Paper is made from wood.
2) Our little boy has broken the window.
The window has been broken by our little boy.
3) They will open a new university next month.
A new university will be opened next month.
4) They should build a bigger house.
A bigger house should be built.
5) People can leave luggage here.
Luggage can be left here.
6) They must check your luggage at the airport.
Your luggage must be checked at the airport.
II Fill in the gaps with prepositions: in, on, at, to, from, by.
1) I’ll meet you at the station. The train arrives in Brighton at 21.15.
2) You need to go over the bridge. The train to Leeds leaves from platform 4.
3) The bus gets to Newcastle at 10.20.
4) I have to go by bus today but I usually go on the train.
5) My younger brother goes to school by bike but I prefer to go on foot.
1) Coins are money made from metal.
2) Banknotes (Notes) are money made from paper.
3) When you pay for something, the shop gives you a receipt to prove you paid.
4) When banks are closed, you can use a card to get money from a cash machine.
5) Barter is a system of exchanging goods without money.
6) Counterfeiting is making fake money.
IV Complete with the words from the box.
Timetable single fare express return direct platform passengers
1) The fare to London is $20.
2) The timetable says the train leaves at 10.05 and that you have to change at Reading.
3) There were so many passengers on the train that people had to stand.
4) The express train to Edinburgh only takes 6 hours. The slow train takes much longer.
5) Is there a direct train to Oxford or do you have to change?
6) A: Can I have a single ticket to Manchester?
B: Don’t you want a return?
A: No, I’m not coming back.
V Change the sentences into reported speech.
1. “I’m in trouble again.’’
He says that he is in trouble again.
2. “I don’t want to play tennis.”
She says that she doesn’t want to play tennis.
3. “My mother has baked fresh bread.”
John says that his mother has baked fresh bread.
4. “It will rain.”
They said that it would rain.
5. “We can come later.”
They said that they could come later.
6. “My son is going to study medicine.”
Mr Brown said that his son was going to study medicine.
After says you don’t change the verb tense. (Posle says ne menjamo glagolsko vreme.)
After said you change the verb tense. (Posle said menjamo glagolsko vreme.)