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10 06, 2020

Causatives Have/Get Something Done

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Causatives Have/Get Something Done Causative verbs cause something else to happen. We use a causative verb when we want to talk about something that someone else did for us or for another person. It means that the subject caused the action to happen, but didn't do it themselves. Maybe they paid, or asked, or persuaded the

10 06, 2020

Have Something Done

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The Causative - have something done We use the expression ‘to have something done’ ( have + object + past participle) to say: That somebody does something for you. Usually they’re things that are difficult to do yourself or you don’t want to do yourself. That something unpleasant happened to somebody. Questions and negations of

14 05, 2020

Test 1 Level A2

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Do Test 1 Level A2 Pre-Intermediate Test 1 Level A2 Pre-Intermediate is for students of the ninth and tenth grades learning English as a foreign language. Task 1. Read the passage and answer the questions 1–5 (only one answer is possible). OLYMPIC GAMES In 776 BC the first Olympic Games were held at the foot

22 04, 2020

Speaking Writing Test 6 Year 7

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Develop your speaking and writing skills Do Speaking Writing Test 6 Year 7 Speaking Speak about the heart of our capital — Khreshchatyk. Give some information about: how the street got its name; why Khreshchatyk attracts visitors; what kind of place it was many years ago; what the street looks like today; why it is

20 04, 2020

Either and Neither

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Either ... or Neither ... nor So do I / Neither do I Learn to use either and neither Щоб звернути увагу на однорідні члени речення, в деяких випадках вживаються сполучники neither ... nor, either ... or. Neither ... nor (ані ... ані) означає "ані перший, ані другий" і вживається в заперечних реченнях (при цьому

13 04, 2020

Articles Elementary Level

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Let's Learn Articles Elementary Level Articles В англійській мові є два артиклі: неозначений a/an й означений the. Артикль a/an вживається: Перед злічуваними іменниками в однині, які ми згадуємо вперше. This is a copybook. This is an apple. Після дієслів to be, to have. His father is a doctor. I am a schoolboy. They have got

10 03, 2020

Speaking Writing Test 4 Year 7

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Develop your speaking and writing skills Do Speaking Writing Test 4 Year 7 Speaking Speak about your family traditions. Give some information about: how big your family is what each member of your family likes doing in their free time what things you usually do together what holidays you often celebrate what holiday food you

5 07, 2019

The Passive Voice

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Let's learn the Passive Voice ► Пасивний стан (the Passive Voice) в англійській мові вживається: коли дія більш важлива, ніж її виконавець: English is spoken all over the world. коли виконавець невідомий: The shop is closed at 8 p.m. коли ми звертаємо увагу на виконавця дії: Books are written by writers and poets. для підкреслення

22 03, 2017

Future Simple Tense

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Let's learn how to speak about future ■ Ми використовуємо the Future Simple Tense, коли  розповідаємо про дії, що мають відбутися у майбутньому. ■ Слова-маркери на позначення the Future Simple Tense: tomorrow next week (month, year, summer) soon tonight in a week (a day, a month, a year) ■ Майбутній простий час в англійській мові

30 05, 2016

Test 1 Year 5

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Develop your reading, writing and speaking skills Do Test 1 Year 5 and check yourself . Reading 1. Read the text and put the sentences in the correct order. My name is Jane and my hobby is painting. I like to paint animals and flowers, but I’m not good at painting people. Most of all I