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Summary Test 1 10th Grade.
Transcript of Summary Test 1 10th Grade.
Future Simple (will/won't) is used for promises, phrases starting with I think/ I hope, random predictions, and decisions made at the moment of speaking.
Present continuous (I am travelling tomorrow) is used for arrangements made with anticipation. (Something is happening for certain).
Going to is used for predictions based on evidence and intentions. (Too many clouds today; tomorrow's going to rain)
Present Simple is used for timetables. (The plane leaves at 4pm) Obstacle 1 Obstacle 2 Obstacle 3 Goal Start The road to victory Remember that the basic structure to make a
sentence right is:
Do/does (aux) + subject + main verb + complement
Ex: Do you go to school every week?
If you have a Wh- word (what, when, where, why, how) it will go at the beginning of the sentence
Ex: What do you do every day after school? Too and Enough
Prepositions of movement Getting a 7 like a boss, of course. 10th Graders vs The English Test The Future So many ways of expressing future meaning Sentences: shaken, not stirred Piece of cake:
Too - before the adjective.
Enough - after the adjective.
So, something can be too cool or cool enough.
For walkable transportation (trains, planes) and ridden transportation (bicycles, horses) we use ON and GET OFF. Also, we go on foot.
For non walkable transportation (cars, taxis) we use IN and GET OUT OF.
Remember we can also travel by plane, by train, by car, by sea, by land. Unscrambling sentences