the children ----(play) in the garden all day yesterday?
Were the children playing in the garden all day yesterday?
They ---------(drive) for two hours when the car broke down.
had been driving
If your parents (would -let) you, would you get a dog?
If he ------ (not do)his work on time, the teacher would be angry.
If he do not do his work on time, the teacher would be angry. (Though it's the 2nd case, I used the present simple, is it acceptable?)
If he does not do his homework on time, the teacher will be angry.
If he did not do his homework on time, the teacher would be angry.
BOTH ARE CORRECT
If you didn't have so much work, ------- (invite) you out.
If you didn't have so much work, I would invite you.
Fine, or (I'd invite you out.)
The meal------(prepare) while we were talking.
was being prepared (had been prepared is also allright?)
BOTH are correct.
Give an advice:
I found a lost dog.
If I were you, I would tell the police. OR ...I'd tell the police.
I can't sleep because I'm afraid of the dark.
Were I in your shoes, I would turn on the lamp.
If I were you, I'd turn on a lamp.
Turn into reported speech:
You mustn't leave the lights on all night.
Lights must not be left on all night.
Rewrite into direct speech:
Daniel said he liked the film he had seen the previous day.
Daniel said, "I liked (like?) the film I saw yesterday." (liked)
Betty asked me to wash the car for her.
"Would you wash the dishes for me?" Betty asked. Would you wash the car for me,?" Betty asked.
My friend told me to hurry up.
My friend said to (told?) me, "Hurry up!"
My friend said "Hurry up!" to me.
My friend told me "Hurry up!"
He saw a cat -----as big as a dog. Which is better(that\which)?
...that was as big as a dog.
Hope this helps.