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Name __________________________________N _____ Date ___/___/___

A. Report the following questions:


1. Do you know the way to the airport?
Susan asked me
_________________________________________________________
2. What are you looking for?
My mother asked me
____________________________________________________
3. Why do you eat out during the week?
She wanted to know
_____________________________________________________
4. When do you come to finish the work?
Peter asked me
__________________________________________________________
5. Will you come on Saturday night?
They wanted to know
_____________________________________________________
B. Report the following orders:
1. Dont lie to me
My mother told me
______________________________________________________
2. Park your car here.
The policeman told Peter
__________________________________________________
3. Listen to me.
The teacher told us
______________________________________________________
4. Dont forget to bring your books.

He told us
_____________________________________________________________
5. Go by train.
He told Peter
___________________________________________________________

C. Complete with the gerund, the to-infinitive or the bare


infinitive, as suitable.
1. Lets __________________(go) to the match.
2. They can ______________(see) the difference.
3. He is keen on ____________________(play) football.
4. She wanted _________________(start) the conference.
5. Would you like ____________________(have) some tea?
6. It is worth ____________________(try) again.
7. He is fond of _____________________(sing) those songs.
8. They decided ____________________(catch) the bus.
9. She enjoys ________________(read) the newspaper in the morning.
10. She tried _________________(do) the exercise.
D. Complete with the right forms of the verbs: (First
Conditional)
1. If she ____________(eat) too much, she ________________(have) health
problems.
2. If they ______________(visit) London, they ______________(see) the
London Eye.
3. He ________________(win) the match if he ______________(play) well.
4. If you _____________(come) late, you ________________(not go) to the
beach.
5. We _______________(understand) everything if she
_____________(teach) well.
(Second Conditional)
6. If she ____________(speak) a bit louder, everybody
_______________(understand).
7. If you ________________(join) the group, I _________________(be)
pleased.

8. Your parents ______________ (punish) you if you


___________________(not pass).
9. If I ______________(be) you, I _________________________(not do) that.
10. If it ______________(rain) yesterday, we ___________________(stay) at
home.

E. Complete with the present perfect simple or present perfect


continuous.
1. ________________ you ___________(see) him recently?
2. They ______________ never __________(eat) fish soup.
3. She ___________________________(watch) too much TV lately.
4. They __________________________(read) for two hours.
5. Sarah __________________________(work) all day.
6. ______________ you ever _______________(meet) Carol?
7. I __________________________(wait) here for three hours.
8. He _______________ just _____________(arrive) from Paris.
9. ______________ you ________________(solve) any important problem
lately?
10. He ______________ already ____________(pass) the first exam.
F. Rewrite these sentences in the passive.
1. John Logie Baird invented television.
Television
_____________________________________________________________
2. The police will arrest the thieves.
The thieves
_____________________________________________________________
3. He broke his leg in a skiing accident.
His leg
_________________________________________________________________
4. Susan is writing a letter.
A letter
________________________________________________________________
5. Peter has bought a new house.
A new house
____________________________________________________________

6. Peter eats lots of chocolates.


Lots of chocolates
________________________________________________________

GOOD WORK!

A. Report the following questions:


1. Do you know the way to the airport?
Susan asked me if I knew the way to the airport.
2. What are you looking for?
My mother asked me what I was looking for.
3. Why do you eat out during the week?
She wanted to know why I ate out during the week.
4. When do you come to finish the work?
Peter asked me when I came to finish the work.
5. Will you come on Saturday night?
They wanted to know if I would come on Saturday night.
B. Report the following orders:
1. Dont lie to me
My mother told me not to lie to her.
2. Park your car here.
The policeman told Peter to park his car there.
3. Listen to me.
The teacher told us to listen to her / him.
4. Dont forget to bring your books.
He told us not to forget to bring our books.
5. Go by train.
He told Peter to go by train.

C. Complete with the gerund, the to-infinitive or the bare


infinitive, as suitable.
1. Lets go (go) to the match.
2. They can see (see) the difference.
3. He is keen on playing (play) football.
4. She wanted to start (start) the conference.
5. Would you like to have (have) some tea?
6. It is worth trying try) again.
7. He is fond of singing (sing) those songs.
8. They decided to catch (catch) the bus.
9. She enjoys reading (read) the newspaper in the morning.
10. She tried to do (do) the exercise.
D. Complete with the right forms of the verbs: (First
Conditional)
1. If she eats (eat) too much, she will have (have) health problems.
2. If they visit (visit) London, they will see (see) the London Eye.
3. He will win (win) the match if he plays (play) well.
4. If you come (come) late, you will not go (not go) to the beach.
5. We will understand (understand) everything if she teaches (teach)
well.
(Second Conditional)
6. If she spoke (speak) a bit louder, everybody would understand
(understand).
7. If you joined (join) the group, I would be (be) pleased.
8. Your parents would punish (punish) you if you did not pass (not
pass).
9. If I were(be) you, I would not do (not do) that.
10. If it rained (rain) yesterday, we would stay (stay) at home.

E. Complete with the present perfect simple or present perfect


continuous.
1. Have you seen (see) him recently?
2. They have never eaten (eat) fish soup.
3. She has been watching (watch) too much TV lately.
4. They have been reading (read) for two hours.
5. Sarah has been working (work) all day.
6. Have you ever met (meet) Carol?
7. I have been waiting (wait) here for three hours.
8. He has just arrived(arrive) from Paris.
9. Have you solved (solve) any important problem lately?
10. He has already passed (pass) the first exam.
F. Rewrite these sentences in the passive.
1. John Logie Baird invented television.
Television was invented by John Logie Baird.
2. The police will arrest the thieves.
The thieves will be arrested (by the police).
3. He broke his leg in a skiing accident.
His leg was broken in a skiing accident.
4. Susan is writing a letter.
A letter is being written by Susan.
5. Peter has bought a new house.
A new house has been bought by Peter.
6. Peter eats lots of chocolates.
Lots of chocolates are eaten by Peter.