Change the sentences.
- Birds do not like milk. (+)(?)
- Do pigs like milk? (+)(-)
- California is in America. (-)(?)
- California is not in the United Kingdom. (+)(?)
- Windows are made of glass. (-)(?)
- New York is a small city. (-)(?)
- The train leaves tonight at 6 PM. (-)(?)
- When do we board the plane? (+)(-)
- The party starts at 8 o’clock. (-)(?)
- When does class begin tomorrow? (+)(-)
- I am here now. (-)(?)
- She is not here now. (+)(?)
- He needs help right now. (-)(?)
- He has his passport in his hand. (-)(?)
- Do you have your passport with you? (+)(-)
Correct the words in the bracket.
- Every Monday, Sally (drive) her kids to football practice.
- Usually, I (work) as a secretary at ABT, but this summer I (study) French at a language school in Paris. That is why I am in Paris.
- Don’t forget to take your umbrella. It (rain) .
- I hate living in Seattle because it (rain, always) .
- I’m sorry I can’t hear what you (say) because everybody (talk) so loudly.
- Justin (write, currently) a book about his adventures in Tibet. I hope he can find a good publisher when he is finished.
- Jim: Do you want to come over for dinner tonight?
- Denise: Oh, I’m sorry, I can’t. I (go) to a movie tonight with some friends.
- The business cards (be, normally ) printed by a company in New York. Their prices (be) inexpensive, yet the quality of their work is quite good.
- This delicious chocolate (be) made by a small chocolatier in Zurich, Switzerland.