Passive Voice Tenses Conditional Sentence (Type 2), Phrasal Verbs, Might/Will/Going to.
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The house is going _____.
If I _____ perfect English, I _____ in this class.
10.000 cars _____ next year.
____ last night?
America _____ by Christopher Columbus.
The telephone _____ by Bell in 1876.
I’m looking for yesterday’s newspaper. Did you throw it _____?
My uncle _____ £500 on the stock exchange.
You look tired. Sit _____ and have a cup of tea.
How do you _____ your parents?
You shouldn’t smoke in here. Put _____.
Where _____ these shoes made?
A newsagent _____ stamps.
They _____ the picture for £3.000.
Turn _____ the music! It’s too loud!
Coffee _____ in England.
If I ____ younger, I ____ to play the piano, but I’m too old now.
All the apple juice _____ by nine o’clock.
She _____ off her horse and hurt her wrist.
This is my grandfather’s watch. He _____ it every day until he died.
Don’t worry about the baby. I’ll look _____ her while you’re out.
We _____ a complaint to the manager because our meal was so bad.
“Goodbye, darling. I _____ phone as soon as I arrive.”
Driving should _____ in city centers.
“What are you doing tonight?”
“I don’t know. I _____ out, or I _____ at home.”
I haven’t get time to fill in this form. I’ll fill _____ later.
If I _____ Prime Minister, I _____ increase tax for rich people.
I’m _____ forward to meeting her very much.
If she _____ a lot of clothes, she _____ money.
What a pretty dress! Turn _____ ! Let me look at it from the back.
Pick _____ your litter! Don’t drop it on the street!
They _____ rice in China.
Three new factories _____ this year.
Rolls Royce cars _____ in England.
The television _____ by Bell.
Thank you for the invitation. _____ I can’t come.
My children _____ with their homework.
A British policeman _____ guns.
“Are you going to have a winter holiday this year?”
“I _____. I haven’t decided yet.”
Catherine wants to be a politician. Who knows? One day she ____ Prime Minister!