Read the statements and the questions. Then answer the questions in Reported Speech, beginning with the words “She says (that)”
“I’m going out”- What does she say?
She says that she’s going out.
“I have lost my money”- What does she say?
“I’m going to the theatre with my cousin ”- What does she say?
“I like apples better than oranges”- What does she say?
“We’ll be here on time”- What does she say?
Make one sentence from two. Use which, that, whose, whom
I bought a dress. My friend advised me to buy it.
This is the actor. I like him very much.
I was looking for a key. I’ve found it now.
This is Mary. I’ve got a letter from her.
We went to the party. It was very interesting.
Match the two parts of the sentences. Use “because”
He gave up his French.
She got a very bad mark for her test.
I have a headache.
Peter is not playing football today.
Kate gave up that job.
My neighbours are making a lot of noise.
She has made a lot of mistakes in it.
He wasn’t making any progress.
She wasn’t making much money.
His parents made him stay at home.
Translate into English.
Он пришел домой, чтобы пообедать.
Мы хотели пойти в кино, чтобы посмотреть новый фильм.
На прошлой недели они купили палатку, чтобы пойти в поход.
Они поехали в аэропорт, чтобы встретить друга.
Он ездил в Египет, чтобы увидеть пирамиды.
Use either the Present Perfect or Present Perfect Progressive
It … (to snow): the garden is covered with snow.
It’s the best book I … (ever to read).
Who … (to break) the window.
Somebody … (to drink) my coffee! My cup was full.
How long has your aunt … (to be ill).
Choose the correct word.
I have … been late for school.
ever c) yet
never d) as
Have you ever finished your lunch?- No, I’m… eating it.
always c) yet
still d) already
He’s been to Paris…
once c) yet
never d) so far
Have you had a holiday …?
just c) ever
this year d) for a long time
Has he driven a car …?
just now c) still
before d) for ages
Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form: Present Perfect or Present Perfect Progressive
How long he (look) for a job?
She (teach) children all her life.
It (rain) since 10 o’clock.
I (remember) that song since then.
They already (wait) for his call for 15 minutes.