I Turn the active sentences into passive. (If you want to revise how we make passive sentences, check: https://ivanateachingenglish.wordpress.com/2012/04/21/the-passive-voice/)
- They feed the animals at 8 o’clock.
- Mia writes emails every day.
- They don’t open the shop at the weekend.
- Someone stole my car.
- The children didn’t make their beds this morning.
- They sent the letter yesterday.
- Shakespeare wrote ‘’Hamlet’’ around 1600._
- Someone has eaten a hamburger.
- They haven’t caught the thieves.
- Someone has found the two lost children in the park.
- They have closed the old post office in the city centre.
- They will cancel the meeting.
- The customs officers will check your luggage.
- The Prime Minister will open the new road next month.
- Jack Newman will interview your boss tomorrow.
II Report the commands (using told / ordered + (not) to infinitive), requests (using asked / begged + (not) to infinitive) and advice (using advised + (not) to infinitive). (If you want to revise how we report command and request check: https://ivanateachingenglish.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/reporting-requests-and-commands/. If you want to revise reporting advice, take a look at https://ivanateachingenglish.wordpress.com/2012/03/20/reporting-advice/)
- “Leave the room at once,” my mum said to me.
- “Take the children to the zoo, please,” Mrs. Foster asked her husband.
- “Don’t wait for me after school,” Neil said to James.
- “If I were you, I’d consult a doctor,” Barbara said to me.
- “You shouldn’t play computer games all day long,” my father said to me.
- “Don’t drink and drive,” the police officer said to Ben.
- “Pass me the salt, please,” George said to Ana.
- “It might be a good idea to take some warm clothes,” Grandma said to Jill.
- “Wash your hands before your meal,” Mum said to the children.
- “You should brush your teeth at least twice a day,” the dentist said to Peter.
- “Drop the gun,” the policemen said to the robber.
- “Please, phone me after work,” Mr. Doyle said to Mary.
- “If I were in your shoes, I would give up smoking,” Mia said to Tina.
- “Do your Maths homework,” Dad said to Linda.
- “Don’t sit on my chair,” Rebecca said to Chris.
- A: I have an exam tomorrow.
B: How do you feel? A: I’ve got___________. _____________________? B: Don’t _____________. You __________________. A: I hope____________________.
- A: I’m starting new school next week.
B: _______________ feel? A: My hands _____________. ____________________? B: Don’t worry. It’ll ________________. A: It’s easy ____________.
- A: I’m having a job interview this afternoon.
B: ______________________? A: My legs ______________. _______________________? B: _________ worry. ______________________ anything stupid. A: I _________________ right.
- A: I’m acting in a school play tomorrow.
B: _________________________? A: I’m really __________. ________________________? B: Just stay cool. _______________________. A: I hope_______________________. IV Complete the useful expressions from your book at page 63 and translate them into Serbian.
- I’m s____________.
- How do y____ f______?
- ________ worry.
- It’ll b______ all r__________.
- J________ stay c________.
- That’s e______ for y______ to s______.
- She w_______ be l______.
- She’s j______ on the p________.
- What s_______ I d_____?
- Start f_____ the b_________.