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1. Reported speech. Use the indirect speech. Start your sentences with he said, he asked or he wanted to know.

1.1. What have you done with my comb, Sarah?

 

 

 

1.2. Are you listening, Jill?

 

 

 

1.3. Have you ever tried  to find the book, Freddie?

 

 

 

1.4. Nobody will disturb us.

 

 

 

1.5. Will you have some more blueberries?

 

 

 

1.6. We are very hungry.

 

 

 

1.7. Are you going away for the  week-end, Mr Rich?

 

 

 

1.8. It would be nearly time for tea.

 

 

 

1.9. Will you come to lunch next Monday , Rita?

 

 

 

1.10. Would you take some castor oil, Selina?

 

 

 

1.11. Can I have your biro, please, Susan?

 

 

 

1.12. Who was responsible for the cars?

 

 

 

1.13. The sun always rises in the east.

 

 

 

1.14. We will be there soon.

 

 

 

1.15. I've never been to London.

 

 


2. Relative clauses. Contact clause possible? Write the sentences before you check your answer.


2.1. Joff is the man   I know best.

 

 

2.2.  The music   drives me mad is called hip-hop.

 

 

 

 

2.3. His neighbour is the woman   he thinks of most of the time.  

 

 

 

2.4. My aunt Berta   I like very much is on a trip to London.  

 

 

 

2.5. The flea market   he usually goes to is in Llandudno.

 

 

 

 

2.6. The amount of money   he paid for his new car is enormous.

 

 

 

2.7. That house   is a very old one was sold to the architect.

 

 

 

2.8. Is there anybody   father is a taxi-driver?

 

 

 

2.9. The books   were printed in Shakespeare's days are very expensive.

 

 

 

2.10. Ian needs someone   can help him with his English homework.

 

 

 

2.11. The books   I like best are all written by James Patterson.

 

 

 

2.12. Here's the Beatles record   you want to listen to.

 

 

 

2.13. Is he the headmaster   we read about in the newspapers?

 

 

 

2.14. Hey, look. There's the boy brother is in prison.    

 

 

 

2.15. That's the book our teacher was talking about.  

 

 

 

2.16. Tim is the boy we met in the disco last night.

 

 

 

2.17. The students for the teacher regularly ordered books in England have left school.

 

 

 

2.18. Tell us friends you met at the zoo yesterday.

 

 

 

2.19. She has written an excellent book title I've forgotten.

 

 

 

2.20. The lady I was talking to is my Biology teacher.

 

 

 

2.21. The record she bought yesterday has a funny cover.

 

 

 

2.22. Our teacher hair is red comes from Scotland.

 

 

 

2.23. The teacher we like best speaks with a Welsh accent.

 

 

 

2.24. The teacher teaches us English is a friendly lady.

 

 

 

2.25. The girl she told us about is Fiona Mae.

 

 

 


3. The position of adverbs and adverbials. Decide which sentence is correct. Then click on the correct answer.


3.1.  at nine / always / Joff / his bike / out of the garage / in the morning / gets

    Joff always gets his bike out of the garage at nine in the morning.

    Joff gets always gets his bike out of the garage at nine in the morning. 

    Joff gets always gets his bike out of the garage in the morning at nine.

    At nine Joff gets always gets his bike out of the garage in the morning.

 

3.2. before dinner / Linda / at the bar / regularly / her boyfriend / meets

   Linda at the the bar before dinner meets regularly her boyfriend.

   At the bar before dinner regularly Linda meets her boyfriend.

    Before dinner Linda regularly meets her boyfriend at the bar.

    Linda regularly meets before dinner her boyfriend at the bar.

 

3.3.  at boss Souness / the soccer star / is / after appearing / in hot water / to swear 

    After appearing the soccer star is in hot water  to swear at boss Souness.

    After appearing at boss Souness the soccer star is in hot water to swear.

    The soccer star is in hot water after appearing to swear at boss Souness.

    To swear at boss Souness the soccer star is in hot water after appearing.

 

3.4.  tests / it is hoped / next year / that / in Britain / will be held

    It is next year hoped that in Britain tests will be held.

    Next year it is hoped that tests will be held in Britain.

    In Britain it is hoped that tests will be held next year.

    It is hoped that tests will be held in Britain next year.

 

3.5. to a heroin substitute / tragically / her 16-year-old son Jack / during this time / he /confessed was addicted / but

    Tragically during this time her 16-year-old son Jack confessed he was but addicted to a heroin substitute.

    But tragically during this time her 16-year-old son Jack confessed he was addicted to a heroin substitute.

    During this time her 16-year-old son Jack tragically confessed he was but addicted to a heroin substitute.

    But her 16-year-old son Jack confessed he was tragically addicted to a heroin substitute during this time.

 

3.6.  to me / the shooting / sadly / was / a shock / not / of 14-year-old Danielle

    To me sadly the shooting of 14-year-old Danielle was not a shock.

    Not to me the shooting of 14-year-old Danielle was sadly a shock.

    To me the shooting of 14-year-old Danielle was sadly not a shock.

    The shooting of 14-year-old Danielle was sadly not a shock to me.

 

3.7.  laughing / had / EastEnders /  for the first time ever /  uncontrollably / my husband and I

    For the first time ever EastEnders had my husband and I laughing uncontrollably.

     Uncontrollably my husband and I had EastEnders laughing for the first time ever.

    Uncontrollably for the first time ever my husband and I had EastEnders laughing .

    For the first time ever  EastEnders uncontrollably had my husband and I laughing.

 

3.8.  Norman Wisdom / was amused / in the news / I / amid all the doom and gloom /  to see  / is retiring / at the age of 90

    In the news amid all the doom and gloom I was amused to see Norman Wisdom is retiring at the age of 90.

    Amid all the doom and gloom in the news I was amused to see Norman Wisdom is retiring at the age of 90.

    At the age of 90 in the news amid all the doom and gloom I was amused to see Norman Wisdom is retiring.

    Amid all the doom and gloom at the age of 90 in the news I was amused to see Norman Wisdom is retiring.

 

3.9.  patients / nurses / hard / work / to keep / safe / and /  to do / so / will continue / despite their ever-increasing workload.

    So nurses work hard to keep patients safe and will continue to do despite their ever-increasing workload.

    Nurses work so hard to keep patients safe and will continue to do despite their ever-increasing workload.

    So despite their ever-increasing workload nurses work hard to keep patients safe and will continue to do.

    Despite their ever-increasing workload nurses work so hard to keep patients safe and will continue to do.

 

3.10.  for about 18 months / I've lived / now / fortunately / in Nottingham

    Fortunately I've lived in Nottingham now for about 18 months.

    I've lived in Nottingham now for about 18 months fortunately.

    Fortunately for about 18 months I've lived in Nottingham now.

    Now fortunately for about 18 months I've lived in Nottingham.

 

3.11. a farm / near Wakefield / Kerry / in a rocking chair / visited / to sit /  with former Sen. John Glenn

    The lovebirds have booked a lavish romantic trip to the Caribbean next month with a select group of family and close friends.

    The lovebirds have booked a lavish romantic trip next month to the Caribbean with a select group of family and close friends.

    Next month the lovebirds have booked a lavish romantic trip to the Caribbean  with a select group of family and close friends.

    Next month with a select group of family and close friends the lovebirds have booked a lavish romantic trip to the Caribbean.

 

3.12. , / , / how many patients / fatally / were injected / six men / face masks / already / drawn / in white hooded overalls / over their mouths / with the exhumation of corpses / begin / exactly / to establish / by a hospital orderly

    How many patients were fatally injected by a hospital orderly six men in white hooded overalls, face masks already drawn over their mouths, begin with the exhumation of corpses to establish exactly.

    Six men in white hooded overalls, face masks already drawn over their mouths, begin with the exhumation of corpses to establish exactly how many patients were fatally injected by a hospital orderly.

    Face masks already drawn over their mouths how many patients were fatally injected by a hospital orderly six men in white hooded overalls, , begin with the exhumation of corpses to establish exactly.

    Six men, face masks already drawn over their mouths in white hooded overalls, begin with the exhumation of corpses to establish exactly how many patients were fatally injected by a hospital orderly.

 

3.13. a former chief inspector of schools / today / of school examinations / has proposed / for 50 years / the biggest shake-up

    A former chief inspector of schools has today proposed the biggest shake-up of school examinations for 50 years.

    A former chief inspector of schools today has proposed the biggest shake-up of school examinations for 50 years.

    For 50 years today a former chief inspector of schools has proposed the biggest shake-up of school examinations.

    A former chief inspector of schools has proposed the biggest shake-up of school examinations for 50 years today.

 

3.14. in favour of in-school assessment / taken at age 16 / currently / and most external examinations / scrapping the current coursework system / include / other key proposals

    Other key proposals include at age 16 scrapping the current coursework system and most external examinations currently taken  in favour of in-school assessment.

    Taken at age 16 in favour of in-school assessment other key proposals include scrapping the current coursework system and most external examinations currently .

    Other key proposals include taken at age 16 in favour of in-school assessment scrapping the current coursework system and most external examinations currently .

    Other key proposals include scrapping the current coursework system and most external examinations currently taken at age 16 in favour of in-school assessment.

 

3.15. to her boyfriend / yesterday  / police / fears / voiced / for a pregnant mother / had sent / she / 24 hours / with her two young children / after disclosing / that / two “worrying” text messages / after going missing

    Police voiced yesterday fears for a pregnant mother after disclosing that she had sent two “worrying” text messages to her boyfriend 24 hours after going missing with her two young children.

    Police voiced yesterday fears for a pregnant mother after going missing with her two young children that she had sent two “worrying” text messages to her boyfriend 24 hours after disclosing.

    Police voiced two “worrying” text messages to her boyfriend for a pregnant mother yesterday after disclosing that she had sent  fears 24 hours after going missing with her two young children.

    Police voiced fears for a pregnant mother yesterday after disclosing that she had sent two “worrying” text messages to her boyfriend 24 hours after going missing with her two young children.

 
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