1. Simple present and simple past. Put the verbs in brackets in the simple present or past. Use the passive voice where necessary.
2. Verb + object + to + infinitive.
(would like / Peter / clean) the
Would you like Peter to clean
(want / help / John)
wants to help
wanted to help
(expect / Tim / come) to the party.
expect Tim to come
expected Tim to come
(tell / Ann / read) the books.
tells Anne to read
told Anne to read
will tell Anne to read
(want / always / his son / be) close
always wants his son to be
always wanted his son to be
has always wanted his son to be
2.7. The detective
(want / the criminal / take) the lie
wants the criminal to take
wanted the criminal to take
2.8. His father
(expect / him / come) home at
expects him to come
expected him to come
(ask / her son / do) the washing-up.
asks her son to do
asked her son to do
is asking her son to do
was asking her son to do
will ask her son to do
(want / Sarah / cancel / appointment).
want Sarah to cancel
wanted Sarah to cancel
(would like / you / the boys / clean)
Would you like the boys to clean
2.12. The parents
(want / their daughter / be) home by
want their daughter to be
wanted their daughter to be
2.13. The students
(want / the professor / improve) his
want the professor to improve
wanted the professor to improve
(tell / her children / not / worry).
tells her children not to worry
told her children not to worry
(would like / you / the girls / talk)
to that person over there?
Would you like the girls to talk
3. Conditional clauses. Complete the missing tenses.