the 10th form
1. Peter (read) a book now. He often (read) books about adventures.
2. Jane (finish) her work by 4 o’clock tomorrow.
3. Fred (not write) the dictation last week.
II. Sequence of Tenses
1. I (play) tennis for two hours when I (decide) to have a rest.
2. While Henry (work) in the garden, his parents (come) home yesterday.
3. Kate said that she (visit) us the next week.
III. Pronouns, including reflexive
1. Lucy likes to make ... dresses by ...
2. ... takes ... books and ... take ...
3. My sisters prepared ... breakfast by ...
IV. Articles (where needed)
1. ... Petrovs live on ... Pushkin Street near ... Museum of Revolution.
2. ... Trafalgar Square is in ... centre of ... London.
3. ... most difficult subjects for me are ... algebra and ... English language.
1. Everybody likes to travel, (tag, general)
2. Susan went to the cinema with her friends, (subject, alternative)
3. How often does it rain in your place? I wonder ...
1. I will go to the party if he (invite) me.
2. William (write) the test well if he (study) hard. But he doesn’t.
3. If I (not meet) them yesterday, I (not know) the news.
1. David never watches detectives on TV, and (I).
2. My friends are good sportsmen, and (my brother).
3. Nancy has never been to this city, and (her parents).
VIII. Degrees of Comparison
1. January is (cold) month of a year.
2. Dan is (good) pupil of twins.
3. Everybody knows (large) the city is (many) people live in it.
IX. Reported Speech
1. Victor asked his sister, “Where did you buy this book?”
2. Alice said, “I have never been to these countries.”
3. George said, “My friends like to play hockey.”
X. Passive Voice
1. The book (illustrate) by next month.
2. Our office (clean) every day.
3. They have finished their task in time. (Passive)
4. The house was painted last year. (Active)
1. Peter is reading a book now. He often reads books about adventures.
2. Jane will have finished her work by 4 o’clock tomorrow.
3. Fred didn’t write the dictation last week.
1. I had been playing tennis for two hours when I decided to have a rest.
2. While Henry was working in the garden, his parents came home.
3. Kate said that she would visit us the next week.
1. Lucy likes to make her dresses by herself.
2. He takes my book and I take his.
3. My sisters prepared their breakfast by themselves.
1. The Petrovs live on Pushkin Street near the Museum of Revolution.
2. Trafalgar Square is in the centre of London.
3. The most difficult subjects for me are algebra and the English language.
1. Don’t they? Does everybody like to travel?
2. Did Susan go to the cinema with her friends or with her parents?
Who went to the cinema with her friend?
3. I wonder how often it rains in your place.
1. I will go to the party if he invites me.
2. William would write the test well if he studied hard.
3. If I hadn’t met them yesterday I wouldn’t have known the news.
1. Neither do I.
2. So is my brother.
3. Neither have her parents.
1. January is the coldest month of a year.
2. Dan is the best pupil of twins.
3. Everybody knows the larger city is the more people live in it.
1. Victor asked his sister where she had bought that book.
2. Alice said she had never been to those countries.
3. George said that his friends liked to play hockey.
1. The book will have been illustrated by next month.
2. Our office is cleaned every day.
3. Their task has been finished in time. (Passive)
4. They painted the house last year. (Active)