my grandmother moved the armchair to the fire and sat down. - past simple.
who sold vegetables in our village last year? - past simple.
we tried to move the box but couldn't, because it was too heavy. - past simple.
our cat hates dogs. when it sees a dog it tries to fight. - present simple.
somebody touched me on the arm when i got on a bus. - past simple.
the grandmother is loved by everybody. - present simple passive voice.
the table was moved to the window. - past simple passive voice.
the boy tied the horse to the tree and went to the hous. - past simple.
1.i always stay (present simple) in the same hotel in new york. 2. sandra and her husband are vegetarian. they don*t eat ( present simple) meat. 3. 'what town is this? ' - whispered the boy in the dark. 4. i*ll call (future simple) you tomorrow morning. 5.saturday.' 'don't worry. i* ll not tell (future simple) him. 6. where will you be (future simple ) tomorrow evening? 7. she lives (present simple)far away now. 8. i made (past simple) an appointment two weeks ago. 9. they * ll open (future simple) the road next summer. 10. most people in this country speak (present simple) the same language.
this year i have to make to an important (0)decision : what to do next. our school gives us excellent (1)opportunity to find out what is better for us to do in the future. there are a lot of (2)optional subjects that help us to understand it and express our (3)personality. when compulsory education is over students can either enter a (4)technical institute or try to find a job. but if you don`t want to meet with(5)difficulties while trying to find a job, our teachers advise us to get (6)vocational training first.our school gives us a lot of(7)inform ation about the professions that our community needs.but i think that the best choice is to get(8)higher education.there are no(9) enterance examinations to universities but studying there needs very carefull (10)preparation. i try to study my best in order to get a place there.