martes, 27 de junio de 2017

GRAMMAR PRACTICE.

REVISION, REVISION, REVISION...


  1. Go HERE to practise PASSIVE VOICE.
  2. More on Passive Voice. Choose ONE of these excercise.(Activate Flash Player). Do them online & check them:
3.  Causative verb forms are used to talk about getting something done by somebody else. 
picture credits: Jimena.(CLICK on the pic to ENLARGE)

  • I got my hair cut in the morning. 
  • You must have your hair washed. 
  • You must get that carpet cleaned.
Causative forms are also possible with make. Causative forms of make often imply the idea that somebody has a certain authority over somebody else. We use the  infinitive without to.
  • I made him do the homework.
  • He made her cook dinner.
  • She made me accompany her.
Adapted from: https://www.englishgrammar.org/causative-verb-forms/
    • Click HERE to go to an excercise.
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  • Choose at least THREE excercises and add them to your portfolio
DEADLINE: July 7 

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