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VIII. Put the following sentences into Reported Speech.

Keys

I. Write synonyms of the underlined words in the following word-combinations.

1. amusements 2. to entertain 3. to amuse 4. busy 5. to like = to be fond of 6. to socialize very much = to do a lot of socializing 7. to have a good time 8. to watch; exciting; ultra modern 9. to attend 10. to want = to feel like 11. to frighten 12. to perform 13.labyrinth 14. kids 15. to be frightened, spooks = haunters 16. aqua 17. to overcome 18. to receive, lottery 19. breath taking 20. a bumper car 21. to go on a roller coaster 22. to attend = to visit, amusement park 23. to ride 24. a marry-go-round 25. ferris 26. a big dipper 27. free leisure 28. amusing 29. to guarantee 30. movies

II. Write antonyms of the underlined words in the following word-combinations.

1. boring 2. morning 3. little 4. unsuitable 5. adults 6. to hate 7. to close 8. Outdoor

III. Complete each sentence with correct word. The first letter of each word is given.

1. trompe 2. Release 3. martial 4. Exhibition 5. entertainment 6. admission 7. chance 8. production 9. impressive 10. live

V. Put the verb in brackets into the correct active form.

1. provide 2. are performing 3. Have you seen …? haven’t been 4. have been splashing 5. was having, forgot, was 6. were still climbing … and swinging 7. had ever experienced 8. found, had been going 9. will have 10. Shall/Will be flying 11. By what time will you have gone …? 12. will have been playing 13. will have been 14. will have been playing 15. will be watching 16. shall/will take 17. had been doing 18. had already gone … and spent 19. was roller-skating 20. How did you spend …? went 21. have been going 22. have won 23. is performing 24. get

VI. Fill in the missing active or passive forms.

1. spend 2. were performed 3. will officially open 4. is being organized 5. were still reconstructing 6. has been specially designed 7. had already given 8. will have been repaired 9. can play 10. are guaranteed 11. attracted 12. will be performed 13 are showing 14. were being entertained 15. has just beaten 16. had been given 17. will have been built 18. can be found

 

VIII. Put the following sentences into Reported Speech.

1. His girl-friend asked him what was on at the cinema that night. 2. My college told me that the day before his son had played … and had won … . 3. The council official said that there would be plenty of amusements there … . 4. Her friend asked her if she was doing anything special at the weekend. 5. One of the quests said that they had been entertaining them … . 6. James asked me how many times I had seen that … . 7. The water park manager said that the pool would have been equipped … . 8. The funfair attendant said that I/We might be frightened when I/We entered … . 9. The leisure centre manager said that … would have been provided by their centre. 10. The park attendant said that you must be/had to be … to go on those funfair attractions. 11. Mr Lloy’d son said that they hadn’t been … . 12. Their mates said that they hadn’t been … . 13. Flora told me that they had been dancing … . 14. Barbara’s boy-friend told us that there would be … . 15. The guys said that they had had a terrific time … the previous night. 16. He asked me if I usually went out on Saturday.



IX. Complete the following sentences with can, can’t, could, couldn’t, may, might, must, have to, be to, should, ought to, needn’t, shall, will. Sometimes there is more than one possibility.

1. needn’t; can 2. must 3. couldn’t 4. shouldn’t 5. can/could 6. have to 7. Can 8. Shall 9. may/might 10. can’t 11. are to 12. Will/Could 13. needn’t; can 14. must 15. should/ought to 16. have to 17. Can 18. Shall 19. might 20. can’t 21. is to 22. Will/Could


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