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  • 1. 

    Pass the following sentences into the Indirect Speech:Juan: "Will Smith will come and say hi tomorrow"Paul: "I have done my homwork because I need to pass this subject"Mary: "My parents are coming over tonight and I'm very excited to see them"The girls: "The Queen of England walked in the Parisian streets by herself"The boy: "I really want to speak Japanese but this is not easy to accomplish" 

  • 2. 

    Pass the following questions into the Indirect Speech:Leo: "Are you making dinner tonight?"Yoly: "Why are these two students late today?"Sam: "Do you speak Italian fluently?"Pedro: "Can you bring me keys that are near the TV?"Sean: "Did you live in the States 2 years ago?"

  • 3. 

    These two expressions mean the same I was angry at them I was angry with them

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Both expressions "I was angry at them" and "I was angry with them" convey the same meaning. They both indicate that the speaker experienced anger towards the mentioned individuals. The prepositions "at" and "with" can be used interchangeably in this context without altering the overall meaning of the sentence. Therefore, the statement "These two expressions mean the same" is true.

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  • 4. 

    This is an example of when you get something done...I ________ my mom take me to the party last night.

    Correct Answer
    got, GOT
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "got, GOT". In this sentence, the verb "got" is used to express the action of persuading or convincing someone to do something. The speaker successfully persuaded their mom to take them to the party. The repetition of "got" in capital letters emphasizes the accomplishment of achieving their goal.

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  • 5. 

    Choose the sentences in Passive Voice.

    • A.

      Susan got told to finish the report in a hurry.

    • B.

      I got hit by a car this morning.

    • C.

      My personal trainer made me run 10 miles.

    • D.

      The roof got repaired

    • E.

      Mom will let me go to the party.

    • F.

      Jane got her car fixed.

    • G.

      Did you make your little sister cry again?

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Susan got told to finish the report in a hurry.
    B. I got hit by a car this morning.
    D. The roof got repaired
    F. Jane got her car fixed.
    Explanation
    The given sentences are in passive voice because the subject of the sentence is the receiver of the action rather than the doer of the action. In these sentences, Susan, I, the roof, and Jane are the subjects that received the actions of being told, being hit, being repaired, and getting the car fixed, respectively.

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  • 6. 

    What is the causative?

    • A.

      It is a strange expression used in the English language

    • B.

      It is used to say when one thing or person causes another thing or person to do something

    • C.

      It is an unusual type of adjective

    • D.

      It is used when you do something by yourself

    Correct Answer
    B. It is used to say when one thing or person causes another thing or person to do something
    Explanation
    The causative is a grammatical construction used to express that one thing or person causes another thing or person to do something. It is not an adjective or a way to describe doing something by oneself. Rather, it is a way to indicate that someone or something is responsible for making something happen.

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  • 7. 

    These two expressions mean the sameShe was married.She got married.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The two expressions "She was married" and "She got married" do not mean the same thing. "She was married" implies that she was in a state of being married at some point in the past, whereas "She got married" suggests that she entered into the state of marriage at some point in the past. The former implies a continuous state, while the latter implies a specific event or action. Therefore, the correct answer is false.

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  • 8. 

    Mark if this sentence is correct or incorrect:John said, "What shoud we do about this?"He asked to me what we should do about it. 

    • A.

      Correct

    • B.

      Incorrect

    Correct Answer
    B. Incorrect
    Explanation
    The given answer is incorrect because the reported speech should be "He asked me what we should do about it," instead of "He asked to me what we should do about it." In reported speech, the word "to" should not be used before the indirect object pronoun "me."

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  • 9. 

    Check the direct speech statements.

    • A.

      My sister told me to wait for her.

    • B.

      "I was really bored," he said.

    • C.

      "We really hope to see you soon," Tom told us.

    • D.

      "What have you done?," she asked me.

    • E.

      Mark told me he was going to Mexico the following week.

    • F.

      Sammy asked if I wanted to go with him.

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. "I was really bored," he said.
    C. "We really hope to see you soon," Tom told us.
    D. "What have you done?," she asked me.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the three statements that are correctly punctuated with quotation marks and commas. In direct speech, the speaker's exact words are enclosed in quotation marks, and a comma is used to separate the spoken words from the reporting clause. In the given answer, "I was really bored," he said is correctly punctuated with quotation marks and a comma. Similarly, "We really hope to see you soon," Tom told us and "What have you done?," she asked me are also correctly punctuated with quotation marks and commas.

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