Improve your English! Practise negatives and questions...
Mar 30, 2012
Hi guys. So today we’re going to revise and practise what we’ve done this week. Questions and negatives mistakes
Are these correct? Look at the auxiliaries. Does each sentence have or need one? Change the sentences if you think they’re correct.
1. You are from Switzerland? 2. James don’t believe in God. 3. Where you going? 4. With who did you go? 5. Who did make that cake? 6. I not gave him the book at the weekend. 7. I haven’t any socks. 8. How many times you have been to France? 9. Would you like to have some cake? 10. Was you having fun when he arrived? 11. We won’t help until you agree to do it. 12. How was the presentation? 13. When did you saw the match? 14. Which colour do you like? 15. Is the people happy with the government?
1. Are you from Switzerland? Verb before subject. 2. James doesn’t believe in God. 3. Where are you going? Needs an auxiliary. 4. Who did you go with? Preposition goes at the end. 5. Who made that cake? Subject questions don’t need auxiliaries. 6. I did not give him the book at the weekend. Negatives need auxiliaries. 7. I don't have any socks. Needs an auxiliary. 8. How many times have you been to France? Subject then verb. 9. Would you like to have some cake? Correct. 10. Were you having fun when he arrived? 11. We won’t help until you agree to do it.Correct. 12. How was the presentation?Correct. 13. When did you see the match? 14. Which colour do you like? Correct 15. Are the people happy with the government? People is plural.
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