a) had jumped
b) had played
c) had written
d) had bought
a) had / eaten / arrived
b) phoned / had / went
c) had read / talked
d) had / went/ arrived
a) had been walking
b) had / been reading
c) had been waiting
d) had been crying
a) Ele se machucou quando estava brincando com fósforos.
b) O garoto entregou a pizza e Mark pagou por ela.
c) Eu tinha lido o livro, então escrevi uma composição/texto.
d) Eu já tinha cozinhado o jantar quando você chegou.
Um Acidente de Carro
Algumas pessoas estam explicando a um policial o que elas viram a poucas horas atrás.’Eu vi que tinha sido um acidente. Um carro havia colidido com outro. Eu só tinha colocado um pouco de dinheiro no caixa eletrônico do banco quando eu ouvi um barulho horrível’, uma moça diz. ‘Eu tinha dobrado a esquina quando vi que um homem havia atingido um outro motorista’, uma senhora explica. ‘Eu não vi o que aconteceu. Eu estava trabalhando e de repente ouvi um barulho estranho. Quando eu saí, a polícia já tinha chegado’, um trabalhador do correio aponta. ‘Eu só tinha chegado no ponto de ônibus quando eu vi o acidente de carro’, um homem diz. ‘Meu irmão e eu só tinhamos comprado algumas flores na florista. Nós estávamos indo pegar um táxi quando ouvimos o acidente. Nós nunca tinhamos visto um acidente antes’, dois garotos explicam. ‘Eu não ouvi nenhum som estranho. Você sabe, eu sou completamente surdo. Eu tinha comprado uma revista na banca e a estava lendo em um banco’, um idoso contou ao policial. ‘Algum de vocês viu os motoristas antes do acidente?’, perguntou o policial.
a) Jonh says (that) he will travel to New York tomorrow.
b) Julie says (that) she wants to have a very cute pet.
c) Sam says (that) Paul is a very intelligent person.
d) Peter says (that) Edward will become a very famous doctor.
e) Melissa says (that) she isn’t very well today.
f) Sara says (that) Beth is her best friend at school.
a) Alice said (that) she wanted a new backpack to go to school.
b) Simon said (that) he ate a sandwich every morning.
c) Anthony said (that) Julia played the eletric guitar.
d) Jennifer said (that) she wouldn’t go to school because she wasn’t very well.
e) Rebecca said (that) Claire might become a famous doctor.
Cuidando de um bebê
Olá, eu sou a babá de Pauline. Pauline tem um ano de idade e hoje é o meu primeiro dia com ela, por isso eu estou muito nervosa. Os pais dela deixaram a casa a aproximadamente uma hora atrás. Antes de irem eles me mandaram dar a bebê sua mamadeira a cada quatro horas. Eles também pediram para trocar suas fraldas quando necessário e não esquecer a loção e o talco. Eles me disseram para não atender ao telefone, não abrir a porta para desconhecidos e arrumar os chocalhos, os babadores e os brinquedos da bebê. Além disso, eles me disseram para não deixar ela chorar e eles me pediram para dar a ela, sua bonequinha se ela começar a chorar quando acordar. Os pais dela me deixaram um número de telefone em case de algo dar errado. A verdade é que eu estou cuidando muito bem dela. A coisa mais estranha é que eles me pediram para não fazer chamadas interurbanas. Talvez eles saibam que o meu namorado mora no Canadá.
a) Cristopher asked me if I wanted to dance.
b) Betty asked when I had come.
c) Ronald asked me where Maria parked her car.
d) Mandy asked me if she could help me.
e) Fred asked me where that girl lived.
f) Andrew asked if Sharon would have lunch with Sue.
a) Tickets are sold at the box office.
b) Stonehenge was built thousands of years ago.
c) My car has been fixed.
d) Three new hospitals were opened last year.
a) The money was stolen from the shop.
a) Six million of hamburgers will be eaten this year.
b) The baseball game was cacelled because of the heavy rain.
c) To us was being told not to walk on the grass.
d) How are the chopsticks used by the people?
e) The kitchen is cleaned every morning.
f) The escaped prisoner was arrested by the police last nigth.
g) How the DNA was discovered?
h) Hamlet was written by Shakespeare.
a) isn’t it
b) isn’t he
c) wasn’t she
d) weren’t they
e) do you
f) shall we
g) aren’t I
h) does he
i) will they
j) will you
a) The children were taken by me to the cinema.
b) These interesting texts about the school trip were written by the students.
c) The green house was bought by the Smiths.
d) Hamburger is always eaten by him at that snack bar.
e) A card was sent me.
a) III. Would
b) II. Would have
c) II. Will
d) I. Would have
a) imhappy (deveria ser: unhappy)
a) careful – cuidadoso
b) selfish – egoísta
c) foolish – ridículo
d) racism – racismo
e) helpful – útil
Setting off for Camp
Here I am (P.C), in the summer camp! Every year in August I come to this summer camp in Italy (P.S). This is my fifth year (P.C). It’s only a fifteen days’ camp (P.C), but I enjoy it a lot (P.S). Today is my first day (P.C) and I’m adjusting my tent’s elastic strainer (P.C). Some of my friends are inflating the air mattresses (P.C) and others are arranging the camping equipment (P.C) according to its use. For instance, Peter is tidying up the cooking set (P.C) :coffeepots, frying pans, plates, etc. John is checking the lanterns and camp stoves (P.C). And Betty is placing the shovels (P.C) and other tools in the wagon tent. But, where is Betty (P.C)? Is she putting everything in order or not (P.C)? No, she is not placing the tools (P.C). And, where is Patty (P.C)? Isn’t she setting our backpacks and sleeping bags in order (P.C)? No, she isn’t (P.C). Patty and Betty are resting together (P.C). They’re talking (P.C) about their things. We are working (P.C) a lot, but we are enjoying ourselves (P.C), too. And our monitors are helping us in everything (P.C).
At the restaurant
These people were making a film. It was called Funny Stories. This was a scene from the film. It was the fourth time they had filmed it. The director was going to shout ‘cut’ in a second. Everybody was having dinner at a restaurant. A young couple were deciding what to order. She was looking at the menu and he was talking to her. A fair waitress was serving some sandwiches and a soft drink to a young boy who was looking at his watch. A waiter was clearing a table and another waitress was setting another table. An old man was paying his bill at the cashier’s. A young girl was having a salad and reading a newspaper. Another couple were having dinner. The man was drinking a beer and the lady was having a soup. Suddenly, she started to laugh. The director shouted ‘cut’ at exactly this point. He couldn’t understand what had happened. He asked the lady why she was laughing and she answered there was a fly in the soup. They all stopped and had a rest.