Friday, 11 May 2018

Games

Passive Voice games:

http://eslpuzzles.com/Grammar%20Games/Passive%20and%20Active%20Games/Active%20and%20Passive%20Grammar%20Game%20Game%20Show.html

http://www.quiz-tree.com/ESL-Grammar_Active-vs.-Passive-Voice_1imageXML.html

http://eslgamesworld.com/members/games/grammar/football/passive%20voice/passive%20voice.html

http://eslgamesworld.com/members/games/grammar/basketball/active%20vs.%20passive%20voice/active%20vs.%20passive%20voice.html




1ºC Passive Voice HOMEWORK

HOMEWORK for Monday 14th May

Copy this table to your notebooks:


TENSE                                         ACTIVE                                         PASSIVE
Present Simple                    Bill cooks dinner every day.            Dinner is cooked by Bill everyday.
Present Continuous             Bill is cooking dinner now.             Dinner is being cooked by Bill now.
Present Perfect                    Bill has cooked dinner.                   Dinner has been cooked by Bill.
Past Simple                         Bill cooked dinner yesterday.          Dinner was cooked by Bill yesterday.


Now write your own examples:


TENSE                                         ACTIVE                                         PASSIVE
Present Simple                 
Present Continuous           
Present Perfect                 
Past Simple                     

Monday, 16 April 2018

1ºC MODAL VERBS

MUSTN'T
prohibition You mustn't play here.
SHOULD / OUGHT TO
advice You should / ought to exercise regularly.
CAN / BE ABLE TO
ability I can / I'm able to run for 1 hour (could/was able to in the past)
MUST BE
certainty You must be tired, you have been studying for 3 hours. 
MIGHT / MAY
future possibility Tim might/may have pizza tonight. 
MUST / HAVE TO
necessity Students must/have to wear uniform to school. 
CAN'T BE
impossibility This math exercise can't be that difficult! 
NEEDN'T / DON'T HAVE TO
lack of necessity It's Saturday tomorrow, you needn't/don't have to wake up early. 
COULD / WOULD
polite request Could you / Would you open the window? 
CAN / MAY / COULD
permission  Can / may / could I go to the toilet, please?





EXERCISE: