tailieunhanh - power drill grammar book phần 7

Tham khảo tài liệu 'power drill grammar book phần 7', ngoại ngữ, ngữ pháp tiếng anh phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả | UNIT SIX Name Lesson 55 Coulda Woulda Shoulda Date not good Often when speaking we shorten words so that we can speak more quickly. For example we say shoulda woulda coulda instead of instead of instead of should have would have could have The short version is fine when we are talking with friends but when we are talking or writing to a teacher or a boss or the President it is important to use the longer forms. A. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the words. 1. When Prince Charming saw that the shoe fit Cinderella s foot perfectly he coulda jumped for joy. Cinderella I shoulda known it was you HK If I hadn t escaped from the room my stepsisters locked me in you woulda never discovered the truth replied Cinderella. I 4. I woulda never given up the search for you answered the Prince. B. Fill in blanks with the correct form of the appropriate verbs beginning letters are given as clues . 1. I did my homework last night and I really sh handed it in today but my little sister ripped it up to make a bed for her hamster. would have is also possible 2. You re right I had the chance. I didn t have to but I c cleaned my room last night. I just didn t feel like it. i. 3. Antonia w_started dance lessons in September if she I hadn t broken her leg. 4. I c understood what you were trying to say if you had spoken more clearly. would have is also possible 5. Eduardo knew he sh been there he wished he had seen the look on Sonya s face when she found the note. 55 UNIT SIX Name Lesson 56 Using himself herself Date and themselves When you are talking or writing about one man or one boy use the word himself. u Sometimes Joe talks to himself. Michael Jordan himself came to shake my hand. When you are talking or writing about one woman or one girl use the word herself. Kathy will sing that part by herself. Dolly Parton herself complimented Kathy. When you are talking or writing about more than one person use the word .