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Activity 1
Score: 8 out of 8 (100%)
Complete the table. Drag each example into the blank next to the correct description of form.
Form Examples of structures
1 Indefinite article + adjective + common noun + preposition + proper noun
2 Definite article + most + long adjective
3 Subject + relative pronoun + relative clause
4 Subject + to be + past participle (+ by + agent)
5 Subject + verb + gerund + object
6 Conjunction of reason + subject + finite verb
7 Subject + verb of command + indirect object + infinitive with to
8 Subject + modal verb + infinitive without to / bare infinitive

Activity 2
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A cold day in Prague

The most expensive place of all

The girl who I saw last night

Newspapers are printed every day

She can't stand doing the shopping

As he didn't understand

He told them to keep quiet

You ought to hurry up

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Look at the example for fortune and then make new words from the base words decide, luck and able using suffixes and prefixes. Write them in the box.
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fortune : fortunate, fortunately, unfortunate, unfortunately, misfortune
decide: decidability,, decidable, decider, decided
luck - luckless, lucky, luckily, luckiness
able - abler, ablest
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1 Noun 2 Verb 3 Adjective 4 Adverb
5 Determiner 6 Preposition 7 Pronoun 8 Conjunction
9 Exclamation
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Activity 3
Score: 9 out of 9 (100%)
Drag each example to the correct category (19).
London turn on faster really
that on the left of his as
mmm
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Activity 4a
Read the text and think about the uses of the underlined grammatical forms (110). Then do Activity 4b.
A: The most amazing thing happened to me yesterday. I (1) was leaving the house and I noticed that (2) it was going to rain, so I ran back inside for
my umbrella. (3) As soon as I got out of the door, it started to pour down. I tried to open the umbrella but it (4) wouldn't open. If (5) Id stood under
the bathroom shower with my clothes on, I wouldnt have got any wetter! Then I felt something land (6) on my head. It was (7) bigger and heavier
than a raindrop. I looked on the ground and (8) I couldnt believe my eyes. There were (9) lots of tiny frogs falling in the rain.
B: Oh no. Are you sure?
A: Absolutely!
B: (10) I've heard of it raining cats and dogs, but never frogs!
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Activity 4b
Match the forms on the left with the correct grammatical uses on the right.
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1 was leaving describing unwillingness
2 it was going to indicating exactly when something happened
3 As soon as describing an amount
4 wouldnt describing a background activity
5 If Id stood comparing two things
6 on my head making a prediction
7 bigger and heavier describing inability
8 couldnt describing an impossible event
9 lots of referring to an event that happened at an unspecified time in the
past
10 Ive heard describing where something happened
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