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Monday, 29 November 2021

70. English grammar exercise (run) 29-11-2021 NEGATIVE

 runranrun - biegać.


Present continues.


I'm not running away from him. (active voice)

He isn't being run. (passive voice)


Present simple.


I don't run away from him. (active voice)

He isn't run. (passive voice)


Past simple.


I didn't run away from him. (active voice)

He wasn't run. (passive voice)


Future simple.


I won't run away from him. (active voice)

He won't be run. (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).



Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

np


Present perfect.


np (active voice)

np (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


np (active voice)

np (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


np


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


np

Sunday, 28 November 2021

69. English grammar exercise (rise) 28-11-2021 QUESTIONS

 riseroserisen - wzrastać.


Present continues.


Is it rising in this flower pot? (active voice)

Is this flower pot being risen? (passive voice)


Present simple.


Does it rise in this flower pot every day? (active voice)

Is this flower pot risen every day? (passive voice)


Past simple.


Did it rise in this flower pot yesterday? (active voice)

Was this flower pot risen yesterday? (passive voice)


Future simple.


Will it rise in this flower pot tomorrow? (active voice)

Will this flower pot be risen tomorrow? (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If you water this flower will it rise in this flower pot tomorrow?


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If you were a flower would you need a little water, ground and sun?


Present perfect.


Has it ever risen in this flower pot? (active voice)

Has this flower pot ever risen? (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


Was it rising in his flower pot in the morning?  (active voice)

Was his flower pot being risen in the morning? (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


Was it rising in his flower pot when he was on a holiday?


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


Was it rising in his flower pot while the sun was shining very brightly?


Saturday, 27 November 2021

68. English grammar exercise (ring) 27-11-2021 POSITIVE

 ringrangrung - dzwonić.


Present continues.


He is ringing his dad now. (active voice)

He's dad is being rung. (passive voice)


Present simple.


He rings his dad every day. (active voice)

He's dad is rung every day. (passive voice)


Past simple.


He rang his dad yesterday. (active voice)

He's dad was rung yesterday. (passive voice)


Future simple.


He'll ring his dad tomorrow. (active voice)

He's dad will be rung tomorrow. (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If he be at home today he'll ring to her.


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If he were a phone he would be ring to her every time as possible.


Present perfect.


He has rung his dad five times this week. (active voice)

He's dad has been rung five times this week. (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


He was ringing to her in the morning. (active voice)

She was being rung in the morning by him. (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


He was ringing to her when she was at house.


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


He was ringing to her while she was taking a shower.

Friday, 26 November 2021

67. English grammar exercise (ride) 26-11-2021 NEGATIVE

  rideroderidden - jeździć.

Present continues.


She isn't riding a horse now. (active voice)

A horse isn't ridden now. (passive voice)


Present simple.


She doesn't ride a horse. (active voice)

A horse isn't ridden. (passive voice)


Past simple.


She didn't ride a horse. (active voice)

A horse wasn't ridden. (passive voice)


Future simple.


She won't ride a horse. (active voice)

A horse won't be ridden. (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If she doesn't ride a bike she won't be more fit.

Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If she didn't ride a bike she wouldn't be able to go to home in another way.

Present perfect.


She hasn't ridden a bike this summer yet. (active voice)

A bike hasn't been ridden this summer yet. (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


She wasn't riding a bike this morning. (active voice)

A bike wasn't being ridden this morning. (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


She wasn't riding a bike when she came back to house.


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)

She wasn't riding a bike while she was coming back to house.


Thursday, 25 November 2021

66. English grammar exercise (read) 25-11-2021 QUESTIONS

 readreadread - czytać.


Present continues.


Are you reading this novel that I recommend you last time? (active voice)

Is this novel is being read that I recommend last time? (passive voice)


Present simple.


Do you read the novel every day? (active voice)

The novel is read every day? (passive voice)


Past simple.


Did you read the novel yesterday? (active voice)

Was the novel read yesterday? (passive voice)


Future simple.


Will you read the novel tomorrow? (active voice)

Will the novel  read tomorrow? (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If you read this book will you be have more information about English grammar?


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If you read this book would you be stupider than before?


Present perfect.


Have you read the book yet? (active voice)

Has the book read yet? (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


Were you reading the book at he hotel? (active voice)

Was the book being read at the hotel? (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


Were you reading the book when you was on the holiday? 


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


Were you reading the book while you was sunbathing and drinking drinks by the swimming pool last holiday?


Wednesday, 24 November 2021

65. English grammar exercise (put) 24-11-2021 POSITIVE

 putputput - kłaść.


Present continues.


He's putting this book on the table. (active voice)

This book is being put on this table. (passive voice)


Present simple.


He puts this book on the table everyday. (active voice)

This book is put on the table everyday by him. (passive voice)


Past simple.


He put this book on the table yesterday. (active voice)

This book was put on the table yesterday by him. (passive voice)


Future simple.


He'll put the book on the table tomorrow. (active voice)

The book will be put on the table tomorrow by him. (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If he puts money on the table, he will get the book.


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If he put old book on the table he wouldn't get a lot of money.

Present perfect.


He has put the book on the table many times this week. (active voice)

The book has been put on the table many times this week. (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


He was putting money on the table at the bookshop yesterday in the morning. (active voice)

Money was put on the table at the bookshop yesterday in the morning. (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


He was putting money on the table when he was at the bookshop yesterday in the morning.


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


He was putting money on the table while he was deciding that he buy the book at the bookshop.

Tuesday, 23 November 2021

64. English grammar exercise (pay) 23-11-2021 NEGATIVE

 paypaidpaid - płacić.


Present continues.


We aren't paying for that thing. (active voice)

That thing isn't being paid. (passive voice)


Present simple.


We don't pay for bad things. (active voice)

Bad things aren't paid. (passive voice)


Past simple.


We didn't pay for bad things. (active voice)

Bad things weren't paid. (passive voice)


Future simple.


We won't pay for bad things. (active voice)

Bad things won't be paid. (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If we pay a lot we won't have cash.


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If we pay for it we wouldn't have anything to eat.


Present perfect.


We haven't paid for bad things in this year. (active voice)

Bad things haven't been paid in this year. (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


We weren't paying for bad things many times in this period of time. (active voice)

Bad things weren't being paid many times in this period of time. (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


We weren't paying for bad things when they didn't do that.


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)

We weren't paying for bad things while we weren't having any money.

Monday, 22 November 2021

63. English grammar exercise (meet) 22-11-2021 QUESTIONS

meetmetmet - spotkać się.


Present continues.


Are they meeting in this building at the moment? (active voice)

Is this building being met at the moment? (passive voice)


Present simple.


Do they meet by this table every day? (active voice)

Is this table met every day? (passive voice)


Past simple.


Did they meet by this table yesterday? (active voice)

Was this table met yesterday? (passive voice)


Future simple.


Will they be meet by this table tomorrow? (active voice)

Will this table be met tomorrow? (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If they meet her on the street they will tell hello to her.


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If they were rude they wouldn't tell hello to her on the street.


Present perfect.


How many times they have met her on the street this month? (active voice)

How many times has she been met on this street this month? (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


Were they meeting him yesterday at night? (active voice)

Was he being met yesterday at night? (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


Were they meeting him when he was outside in the afternoon? 


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


Were they meeting him while he was being at the cinema in the evening?

Sunday, 21 November 2021

62. English grammar exercise (mean) 21-11-2021 POSITIVE

meanmeantmeant - znaczyć. 


Present continues.


It's meaning "I don't have any idea" at the moment. (active voice)

"I don't have any idea" is being meant at the moment. (passive voice)


Present simple.


It means "I don't have any idea". (active voice)

"I don't have any idea" is meant by it. (passive voice)


Past simple.


It meant some different. (active voice)

Some different was meant. (passive voice)


Future simple.


It will mean something amazing. (active voice)

Something amazing will be meant. (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If it means a lot to you I'll do that.


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If it meant she would have to leave, I wouldn't do that.


Present perfect.


It has meant everything. (active voice)

Everything has been meant. (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


It was meaning everything for him yesterday. (active voice)

Everything was being meant for him yesterday. (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


It was meaning everything for him when he lost his job last time.


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


It was meaning everything for him while he was lisening her last night.

Saturday, 20 November 2021

61. English grammar exercise (make) 20-11-2021 NEGATIVE

 makemademade - robić.


Present continues.


He isn't making a dinner at the moment. (active voice)

dinner isn't being made at the moment. (passive voice)


Present simple.


He doesn't make a dinner every Sunday. (active voice)

dinner isn't made every Sunday. (passive voice)


Past simple.


He didn't make a dinner last Sunday. (active voice)

dinner wasn't made  last Sunday. (passive voice)


Future simple.


He won't make a dinner next Sunday. (active voice)

dinner won't be made next Sunday. (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If I make dinner you'll eat it.


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If you made dinner, I would eat it. (you can't make dinner)


Present perfect.


He hasn't made a lot of dinners this month. (active voice)

A lot of dinners haven't been made. (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


He wasn't making dinner last time. (active voice)

Dinner wasn't made last time. (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


He wasn't  making dinner when she came to home.


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


He wasn't  making dinner while he was having free time.

Friday, 19 November 2021

60. English grammar exercise (lose) 19-11-2021 QUESTIONS

loselostlost - gubić.


Present continues.


Am I losing my mind? (active voice)

Is my mind being lost? (passive voice)


Present simple.


Do I often lose money? (active voice)

Is money often lost? (passive voice)


Past simple.


Did I lose the keys yesterday? (active voice)

Were the keys lost yesterday? (passive voice)


Future simple.


Will I lose my mind when I meet her? (active voice)

Will the mind be lost? (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If I have hole inside my pocket I'll lose my money.


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If I had hole inside my pocket I wouldn't lost my money.


Present perfect.


Have I lost something important this year? (active voice)

Has something important been lost this year by me? (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


Was I losing my mind yesterday? (active voice)

Was my mind being lost yesterday? (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


Was I losing my mind when my daughter didn't come to home before 10 pm. yesterday?


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


Was I losing my mind while my daughter wasn't coming to home before 10 pm. yesterday?