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E - Klasse 9 - Übung Nr. 10


1. Simple present and simple past. Put the verbs in brackets in the simple present or past. Use the passive voice where necessary.

1.1. The town of Maddington (found) in 1516.

1.2. Last year these shirts (sell) everywhere.

1.3. He wishes (not / disturb)

1.4. He was very sad that he (laugh / always) at.

1.5. Yesterday I (tell) a lie.

1.6. Our house (be) too small for ten people.

1.7. Last night  the old pedestrian (run) over by the huge lorry.

1.8. The passport (look) for for a long time, but it was not to be found.

1.9. The day before yesterday I (bite) the dog.

1.10. We (move) to London five years ago.

1.11. Sheila (not / tell) the whole story.

1.12. A year ago the inhabitants of Maddington (build) a new school.

2. Verb + object + to + infinitive.

2.1. Who (teach / you / play) the piano?

2.2. (would like / Peter / clean) the bathroom?


2.3. Megan   (want / help / John)


2.4. I (expect / Tim / come) to the party.


2.5. Sue (tell / Ann / read) the books.


2.6. He (want / always / his son / be) close to him.


2.7. The detective (want / the criminal / take) the lie detector test.


2.8. His father (expect  / him / come) home at once.


2.9. Laura (ask / her son / do) the washing-up.


2.10. I (want / Sarah / cancel / appointment).


2.11. (would like / you / the boys / clean) the classroom?


2.12. The parents (want / their daughter / be) home by 10.


2.13. The students (want / the professor / improve) his teaching standards.


2.14. She (tell / her children / not / worry).


2.15. (would like / you / the girls / talk) to that person over there?

3. Conditional clauses. Complete the missing tenses.

3.1. If you (visit) London, you'll certainly want to see the Houses of Parliament.

If she (learn) some more, she would have passed the exam.

If he (come), she will be happy.

Cath (talk / not) to Paul if she were mad at him.

You (go) to the theatre with me if you felt better, you?

If it had rained, James (take) an umbrella.

3.7. What (do / you) if your parents bought you a sports car?

We would understand the language much better if  (spend) more time in England.

If you (know) the exact time, you wouldn't have missed the train.

If I (have) more money, I would have bought a bigger house.

If you cook the supper, I (wash) the dishes.

If we hadn't got help, we (die) .

If they (go) to bed earlier, they would not be so tired.

3.14. I would have a better job now if I (work) harder at school.

Use a comma if the 'if-clause' (be) at the beginning of the sentence.
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