Answering yes-no questions with all different tenses (Yes, he will swim; Yes, he swam). 26 possible exercises.

Lesson 2

Asking yes-no questions with all different tenses (Is the boy swimming?; Does the boy swim?). 75 possible exercises.

Lesson 3

Asking when questions with all different tenses. (When did the boy point to the girl?; When will the girl point to the boy?) 40 possible exercises.

Lesson 4

Reporting what people are saying using direct quotes, converting between first, second, and third person pronouns: I, me, we, us, you, he, him, she, her. 32 possible exercises.

Lesson 5

Reporting what people are saying using indirect quotes, converting between first, second, and third person pronouns: I, me, we, us, you, he, him, she, her. 32 possible exercises.

Lesson 6

Reporting what people are saying using direct and indirect quotes, converting between first, second, and third person pronouns: I, me, we, us, you, he, him, she, her. 64 possible exercises.

Lesson 7

Review of yes-no and when questions. 141 possible exercises.

Lesson 8

Asking where questions with all different tenses. (Where is the girl coming from?; Where does the girl go?). 40 possible exercises.

Lesson 9

Asking why questions and how questions with all different tenses; practice with can and couldn’t. (Why can’t/couldn’t the girl see?; How did the boy get from the house to the tree?). 44 possible exercises.

Lesson 10

Discriminating between what what vs. who. 28 possible exercises.

Lesson 11

Asking what questions with all different tenses. (What will the boy eat?; What did the boy eat?). 42 possible exercises.

Lesson 12

Asking who questions with all different tenses. (Who is the boy pointing to?; Who does the girl give presents to?). 64 possible exercises.

Lesson 13

Asking which questions with all different tenses. (Which scarf did the girl who is skiing wear?; Which boy will wear a bigger hat?). 45 possible exercises.

Lesson 14

Review of why, how, what, who, and which questions; practice deciding which type of question is appropriate to which context. 210 possible exercises.

Lesson 15

Practice using going to instead of will for the future (The girl is going to run). 30 possible exercises

Lesson 16

Passive sentences in present tense (The apple is being eaten by the boy) and introduction to past participle forms (eaten, taken, worn). 73 possible exercises.

Lesson 17

Passive sentences, in all different tenses (The apple is being eaten by the boy; The apple was eaten by the boy; The apple will be eaten by the boy; The apple is eaten by the boy). 112 possible exercises.

Lesson 18

Practice changing it-cleft sentences (It was the tunnel that the train went into) wh-cleft sentences (What the train went into was a tunnel) and sentences with inversion (into the tunnel went the train) into simple sentences (The train went into the tunnel). 48 possible exercises.

Lesson 19

Parallel sentences with the verb do and so/too/also or what (the boy ran and so did the girl; the boy ran and the girl did too/also; the boy did what the girl did). 62 possible exercises.

Lesson 20

Review of lessons 17-20. 335 possible exercises.

Lesson 21

Embedded nonfinite clauses with verbs of looking/seeing/watching, all different tenses (The girl saw/sees/will see the boy eat the apple). 66 possible exercises.

Lessons 22

Embedded nonfinite clauses with verbs of wanting; all different tenses (The girl wants me to tie my shoe; The girl wanted the boy to tie his shoe) practice choosing among between first, second and third person pronouns in nominative, accusative and possessive forms (I/me/my/you/your/he/his/him/she/her). 101 possible exercises.

Lessons 23

A variety of embedded clauses involving hard/easy (The book is hard for the boy to read/Reading the book is hard for the boy/It is hard for the boy to read the book). 96 possible exercises.

Lessons 24

Past perfect (had swum) present perfect (has swum) future perfect (will have swum) and their counterparts with finish plus –ing (finished swimming, is finished swimming, will finish swimming). 96 possible exercises.

Lessons 25

Time adverbs: since, until, for, in, at, on. (The girl has been skiing for three hours/ since nine o’clock; The boy will swim until nine o’clock; The boy will finish swimming at nine o’clock). 88 possible exercises.

Lessons 26

Subordinate time clauses. (The girl skied while/before/after the boy skied). 64 possible exercises.

Lesson 27

Review of lessons 21-26. 531 possible exercises.

Lessons 28

Expressing uncertainty: may/maybe/we don’t know if/we don’t know whether/it’s possible that (The boy may be swimming; We don’t know whether the girl skied). 140 possible exercises.

Lessons 29

Comparative constructions: The more presents the boy has, the happier he is. 27 possible exercises.

Lessons 30

Expressing dependence with how: How happy the boy is depends on how many presents he has. 18 possible exercises.

Lessons 31

Causative constructions: By saying hi the boy made the girl feel happy/caused the girl to feel happy. 48 possible exercises.

Lessons 32

Conditional sentences with if and whether. (If the boy says hi, the girl will feel happy; Whether the boy will feel happy depends on whether the girl says hi to him). 24 possible exercises.

Lessons 33

Counterfactual conditionals: If the boy had said hi, the girl would have felt happy. 36 possible exercises.

Lesson 34

Review of lessons 28-33. 293 possible exercises.

Lessons 35

Purpose clauses: The girl watered the flowers in order to make them grow/ so that they would grow. 30 possible exercises.

Lessons 36

Result clauses: therefore/so and but/however. (The boy said “boo” and therefore/so the girl was scared; The boy said “boo” but/however the girl wasn’t scared.) 32 possible exercises.

Lesson 37

persuade vs. promise (The boy promised to go; The boy persuaded the girl to go). 24 possible exercises.

Lesson 38

Reporting what people are saying using direct quotes, converting between first, second, and third person pronouns: I, me, we, us, you, he, him, she, her. Parallels Lesson 4. 32 possible exercises.

Lesson 39

Reporting what people are saying using indirect quotes, converting between first, second, and third person pronouns: I, me, we, us, you, he, him, she, her. Parallels Lesson 5. 32 possible exercises.

Lesson 40

Reporting what people are saying using direct and indirect quotes, converting between first, second, and third person pronouns: I, me, we, us, you, he, him, she, her. Parallels Lesson 6. 64 possible exercises.