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JUNIOR D TERM 1 GRAMMAR REVISION
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    Revising grammar for Junior D - Term 1


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  • Make this sentence negative: He went to buy some cakes.
    He DIDN'T GO to buy some cakes.

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  • Make the sentence negative: They've got 2 dogs and 3 cats.
    They HAVEN'T GOT 2 dogs and 3 cats.

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  • Make the sentence negative: We are going to fly to the US next month.
    We AREN'T GOING TO FLY to the US next month.

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  • Make this sentence negative: Bring those books over here please.
    DON'T BRING those books over here.

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  • Make the sentence negative: He was doing his homework at 6pm yesterday.
    He WASN'T DOING his homework at 6pm yesterday.

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  • Make this sentence negative: She was happy.
    She WASN'T happy.

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  • Make this sentence negative: My uncle is American.
    My uncle ISN'T American.

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  • Make the sentence negative: His parents like travelling.
    His parents DON'T LIKE travelling.

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  • Make this sentence negative: My brother likes football.
    My brother DOESN'T LIKE football.

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  • Make this sentence negative: We watched a film last night.
    We DIDN'T WATCH a film last night.

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  • Make this sentence negative: I was very busy yesterday.
    I WASN'T very busy yesterday.

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  • Make this sentence negative: My friend loves chocolate.
    My friend DOESN'T LOVE chocolate.

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  • Make this sentence negative: My dog loves bones.
    My dog DOESN'T LOVE bones.

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  • Make this sentence negative: He heard the bells.
    He DIDN'T HEAR the bells.

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  • Make this sentence negative: He saw a shark in the sea.
    He DIDN'T SEE a shark in the sea.

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  • Make this sentence negative: I'm going to see the family this weekend.
    I'M NOT GOING TO SEE my family next weekend.

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  • Make this sentence negative: I'm doing the washing up.
    I'M NOT DOING the washing up.

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  • Make this sentence negative: He was brushing his teeth at 9pm.
    He WASN'T BRUSHING his teeth at 9pm.

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  • Make this sentence negative: He visited Paris last weekend.
    He DIDN'T VISIT Paris last weekend.

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ......... you do your homework yesterday?
    DID

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ....... your friend like reggaeton?
    DOES

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ........ your sister ill last week?
    WAS

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ....... you go on holiday with your grandparents?
    DO

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ....... your cousins at home yesterday?
    WERE

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ........ you like pottery?
    DO

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ........ you mother like cooking?
    DOES

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ........ Amy doing her homework last night?
    WAS

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ......... your cousins at the party on Sunday?
    WERE

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ........ your cat happy to see you?
    WAS

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ....... the team train every week?
    DOES

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ....... you like handball?
    DO

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: ........ you at home last Friday?
    WERE

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: Where ....... your father yesterday?
    WAS

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: You went to Madrid. How ........ you travel?
    DID

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  • Make this sentence negative: He went to buy some cakes.
    He DIDN'T GO to buy some cakes.

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  • Make the sentence negative: He was doing his homework at 6pm yesterday.
    He WASN'T DOING his homework at 6pm yesterday.

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  • Make this sentence negative: He drank 2 litres of water.
    He DIDN'T DRINK 2 litres of water.

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: What ...... you do last Christmas holiday?
    DID

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  • DO/DOES/DID/WAS/WERE: Where ....... your mother work?
    DOES

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  • COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES: A campsite is ........ (cheap) a hotel.
    CHEAPER THAN

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  • COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES: The high speed train is ........ (good) to travel from Barcelona to Madrid.
    THE BEST

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  • COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES: A youth hostel is .......... (bad) a hotel.
    WORSE THAN

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  • COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES: A plane ticket is ......... (expensive)
    THE MOST EXPENSIVE

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  • COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES: Mary is ........ (tall) Jane.
    TALLER THAN

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  • COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES: A plane is .......(fast) a high speed train.
    FASTER THAN

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