1. Sudarykite sakinius atitinkamu neveikiamosios rūšies (Passive Voice) laiku:
1. He came in without the key. The door was opened.
2. This book was written a century ago.
3. The house is being built now.
4. The window was shut. Nobody could open it.
5. Vegetables are sold in the market.
6. The robots will be used a lot in the nearest future.
7. My parents are loved by us.
8. The employees will be promoted soon, after reaching the targets.
9. Who was introduced to our director an hour ago?
10. Why wasn‘t he taken to hospital?
11. The car is washed every Saturday.
12. The cake wasn‘t eaten. You may have some.
2. Įrašykite tinkamą prielinksnį (for, of, off):
The English class was put off until tomorrow.
The plane has just taken off.
He was proud of his daughter.
His grandfather died of heart attack.
I will always be there for you.
That nicely carved coffee table is made of wood.
London is the capital of England.
What do you use this for?
Take off your coat. It‘s hot in here.
He was waiting for more than half an hour.
3. Įrašykite tinkamą used to formą sakiniuose:
We used to play a lot in our childhood.
They didn‘t use to earn much money. Now they‘re rich.
She used to have long hair. Today her hair is short.
He didn‘t use to be careful.
She didn‘t use to live in the city. Today she enjoys her life in London.
Our director used to talk a lot during the meeting.
He used to work hard. He travels more than works these days.
They used to go shopping a lot.
My cousins didn‘t use to dance at nightclubs.
Did you use to watch cartoons, when you were a child.
I used to speak different languages at international school.
Our neighbour used to smoke on his balcony. Now he doesn‘t smoke at all.
4. Pasirinkite teisingą variantą:
We went/ have gone to English classes yesterday.
Were you/ Have you been to Germany?
The train arrived/ has arrived at 5.00 p.m.
When did you go/ have gone to France?
The boy did/ has done his homework.
Have you been/ gone to Spain?
Did she see/ Has she seen an elephant?
We saw/ have seen him yesterday.
Hello, where‘s Jill? Has your daughter been/ gone to Italy yet?
The cat was/ has been here a minute ago.
The car is clean. I washed/ have just washed it.
They didn‘t finish/ haven‘t finished yet.
Where have you been/ have you gone?
They just arrived/ have just arrived.
5. Išverskite sakinius į anglų kalbą:
Ar jie atvyks rytoj? Jie ką tik atvyko. Are they coming tomorrow? They have just come.
Ar esi kada nors matęs lokį? Have you ever seen a bear?
Jis gyvena mieste visą gyvenimą. He has lived in the city all his life.
Ar ji kada nors mankštinosi sporto klube? Has she ever exercised in the gym?
Jie yra susituokę penkiolika metų. They have been married for fifteen years.
Gal norėtumėte užkandžių? Dėkui, mes ką tik papietavome. Would you like some snacks? Thank you, we have just had lunch.
Ar esi buvęs džiunglėse? Have you been to jungle?
Aš esu parašęs daug elektroninių laiškų. I have written a lot of e-mails.
Autobusas ką tik išvyko. The bus has just left.
Ar tu jau pardavei savo automobilį? Dar ne. Have you sold your car? Not yet.
Ar esi buvęs Amerikoje? Have you been to America?
Ar kada nors buvai Islandijoje? Have you ever been to Iceland?
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