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MIXED REPHRASINGS

 

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MIXED REPHRASINGS
by mariela14

Date: 29 - Mar - 2010
Level: intermediate
Age: +14

Description:
Hereīs good practice on rephrasings of any kind: tenses, conditinals, passives,... Your intermediate studentīs will get very well trained. Enjoy.


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tientien
China

          posted by tientien 0
thanx


Nuria08
Spain

Thanks again, Mariela! Great contribution.          posted by Nuria08 0


sue whaites
Spain

          posted by sue whaites 0
There are a lot of grammatical mistakes in this worksheet, when you look at the answers. for example, you have written tell always, when you use the frequency adverb before the verb. I am a native english teacher who gave this exercise to my intermediate students and was amazed to see that they only got a few correct, until I saw the answers that you had entered. How do I explain to my students that they are correct and a teacher is wrong?????