Put the sentences into the given tense.
- Those clothes aren’t made in Europe. (simple past)
- Cities are destroyed by earthquakes. (passive infinitive / can)
- How are words learnt? (passive infinitive / must)
- I’m asked far too many questions. (present perfect)
- Are the exchange students warmly welcomed? (past progressive)
- Is this mobile produced here? (past perfect)
- Those clothes weren’t made in Europe.
- Cities can be destroyed by earthquakes.
- How must words be learnt?
- I have been asked far too many questions.
- Were the exchange students being warmly welcomed?
- Had this mobile been produced here?
Active or Passive? Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense and form.
Five people (to hurt) in an explosion two days ago. Luckily nobody (to kill). The explosion (to cause) by a broken gas pipe, which (to repair) before the explosion. In Germany most students (to learn) English as a first foreign language. As a matter of fact, English (can / to understand) all over the world. At my school, English (to teach) for ages. Luke would like to go the concert next week, but he (not to buy) the tickets yet. He shouldn’t wait too long because I’m sure that they (to sell out) soon.
Five people were hurt in an explosion two days ago. Luckily nobody was killed. The explosion was caused by a broken gas pipe, which had been repaired before the explosion. In Germany most students learn English as a first foreign language. As a matter of fact, English can be understood all over the world. At my school, English has been taught for ages. Luke would like to go the concert next week, but he hasn't bought the tickets yet. He shouldn’t wait too long because I’m sure that they will be sold out soon.
- Man kann sich auf ihn leider gar nicht verlassen.
- Zum Glück wurde bei dem Unfall niemand verletzt.
- Die Zeitungen berichten, dass Hunderte von Menschen in den Fluten zu Tode kamen.
- Man hat dem Kind ein Pferd versprochen.
- Das Buch wurde von der Klasse mit Begeisterung gelesen.
- Der Job wurde Kate angeboten, nicht Mary.
- Unfortunately, he can't be relied on at all.
- Luckily, nobody got injured in the accident.
- The newspaper reported that hundreds of people were killed in the floods.
- The child was promised a horse.
- The book was read with enjoyment by all the pupily in class.
- The job was offered to Kate, not to Mary.
Read the text. After reading it, answer the following questions:
- What kind of text is it?
- What is the text about?
- Who is responsible for that text?
- Where could you read such a text?
- Why is it written?
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Write a summary of the text in your exercise book.
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