Here's a starT;5III. Complete with question tags. 1.5 pt
1. You don't agree with me, do you .?
2. But you have understood what I meant, havenít you?
3. Hand me the knife, donít you please? (a request) X will/would you?
4. You couldn't have answered all the questions, could you?
5. We should have helped our neighbor, shouldnít we?
6. He had posted the letter before he went back home, didnít he? X -hadn't he?
IV. Rewrite the following sentences with: "If and the correct punctuation".2pts
1. I didn't take an aspirin, that's why I have a headache now. '
tookhad taken an aspirin, he would not have a headache.
2. The weather may be fine tomorrow morning; we'll walk to the country.
We will walk to the country, if the weather is fine.
3. The police arrived very late, that's why the burglar could escape.
The burglar could not have escaped, if the police had not arrived very late.
4. He is very poor; that's why he can't afford a trip to the Middle East
V. The following passage is made up of active statements. Rewrite it changing what is active to
Sean Carlton and his wife Sharon built the Rosemary Hills train station in 1984. The Carltons imported red brick
from England for the construction of the waiting room. In 1986, the President himself opened the station. That
year, a steam locomotive visited Rosemary Hills for the first time. It was pumping clouds of white smoke, and all
the townspeople could hear it /I think there is a mistake here/ whistling loudly.
In 1984 the Rosemary Hills train station was built by Sean Carlton and his wife Sharon. Red brick was imported from England by the Carltons for the construction of the waiting room . In 1986, the station was opened by the President himself, that year, Rosemary Hills was visited by a steam locomotive for the first time. Clouds of white smoke were being pumped, its loud whistlingl
loudlycould be heard by all the townspeople.
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