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�Rewrite the sentences contradicting or making questions. Don't forget to put "?" question mark at the end of interrogative sentences and "." at the end of negative sentences, don't forget that we write cannot- together but do not, did not, does not separately.
  1. Question: You have a nice pet.
  2. Negative: He has two sisters.
  3. Question: He goes to school every day.
  4. Negative: He learns a lot.
  5. Question: My mother is a teacher.
  6. Negative: My mother will cook a tasty meal.
  7. Negative: She drinks tea.
  8. Question: They worked hard yesterday.
  9. Negative: Bob will write the report.
  10. Negative: They went home.

Rewrite the sentences contradicting or making questions. Don't forget to put "?" question mark at the end of interrogative sentences and "." at the end of negative sentences, don't forget that we write cannot- together but do not, did not, does not separately.

  1. Question: She bought a nice book.
  2. Question: Mark lives with his mother and father.
  3. Negative: He lives in that house.
  4. Negative: They gave you this picture.
  5. Question: You ate an orange.
  6. Negative: The teacher asked you to stay.
  7. Question: She works in Salacgriva.
  8. Negative: He likes apples.
  9. Question: Mark broke his bicycle.
  10. Negative: Mary will come later.

Rewrite the sentences contradicting or making questions. Don't forget to put "?" question mark at the end of interrogative sentences and "." at the end of negative sentences, don't forget that we write cannot- together but do not, did not, does not separately.

  1. Question: The teacher gave us a lot of homework.
  2. Question: You have a lot of friends.
  3. Question: You had three lessons yesterday.
  4. Negative: You need my help.
  5. Question: We will read this text today.
  6. Negative: They wrote this letter.
  7. Question: They will go home soon.
  8. Negative: She bought it at the market.
  9. Question: I will buy an ice-cream.
  10. Negative: She has a lot of problems.

Rewrite the sentences contradicting or making questions. Don't forget to put "?" question mark at the end of interrogative sentences and "." at the end of negative sentences, don't forget that we write cannot- together but do not, did not, does not separately.

  1. Question: They have a question.
  2. Negative: She has a dog.
  3. Question: I am very busy.
  4. Negative: They saw you in the park.
  5. Question: I am a good student.
  6. Negative: You did the work well.
  7. Question: I am working now.
  8. Negative: She can run fast.
  9. Question: He is my friend.
  10. Negative: We can sing well.
  11. Question: I want to go home.
  12. Negative: You can come at 5 o�clock.