English grammar in use. Grammar reference by Murphy R.

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Then they were admitted that they had asked me while I was watching my favourite programme. I asked them what was I had been watching, and they said it was a football match. ' points 1 2 3 4 5 Tense changes are usually necessary after a past tense reporting verb. Words referring to time and place also change in indirect speech. Indirect questions are of two types. Yes/No questions are reported with if and Wh- questions are reported with the question word. The verb is not put into a question form in an indirect question.

Sue told us her baby is born/had been born two weeks earlier than expected. If there is too much snow, the match has been cancelled/will be cancelled. By the time we got there, the rain had stopped/had been stopped. When were you told/have you been told about the new rules? Most of the passengers were swimming/were swum easily to the shore. The winning horse was ridden/was riding by Pat Murphy. I looked again for the old man, but he was vanished/had vanished. I don't think that you will be asked/are being asked to show your passport.

If e) Make me some coffee, and I'll give you one of my biscuits. If f) If you hadn't told me about Sue's hair, I wouldn't have noticed. 00. Should h) I wouldn't accept if you asked me to marry you! If you were 41 FIRST C E R T I F I C A T E L A N G U A G E P R A C T I C E 5 Choose the most appropriate description for each picture. 1) If she falls, she'll land in the safety net. 2) If she fell, she'd land in the safety net. 3) If she had fallen, she would have landed in the safety net. 1) It's worse if we order soup.

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