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Modals, Passive, Reported Speech, Conditionals, Infinivite or Gerund
Speed Match Review Game

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Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
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Let's Play Speed Match!

won't give
is being cleaned
waiting
would buy
should
"Do you understand the question?"
might, may, could
traveling
Manu's book was found on the floor (by the teacher).
"I can't go to the party."
to go
will go
must
Marta was given flowers (by her boyfriend).
to close, closing
Ariadna said that she had never been there/here before.
are decorated
had studied
don't have
Beth said she was having a great time.
Name 3 modals of POSSIBILITY. (I'm not sure.)
If Marta had 20,000 euros she _______ _______ a new car. (buy)
If I don't pass every subject this year, my parents ______ _____ me a present. (give)
Cayetana said her stomach hurt yesterday and didn't come to school today. She ____ be ill.
You needn't pay for the ticket. You ___________ to pay for the ticket.
If I ____ _____ more, I would have passed the exam. (study)
Change to reported speech. "I have never been here before." - Ariadna
The streets ____ ______ for Christmas. (decorate)
I look forward to _____ to China one day. (travel)
We can't go swimming because the pool _____ _______ _________ . (clean)
Change to reported speech. "I am having a great time." - Beth
Change to passive: Marta's boyfriend gave her flowers.
I hope _____ to the beach this summer. (go)
I can't stand _____ in queues. It's so boring! (wait)
If it rains this weekend, I _____ ______ to the cinema. (go)
Please remember ________ the door before you leave. I remember _______ the door before I left yesterday. (close)
What is the direct speech? Pablo said he couldn't go to the party.
Change to passive: The teacher found Manu's book on the floor.
What is the direct speech? Mayte asked Jaime if he understood the question.
Sarah got a 5 on her English exam. She ___ study more. (should, needn't, might)

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DescriptionMatch:
What is the direct speech? Pablo said he couldn't go to the party."I can't go to the party."
What is the direct speech? Mayte asked Jaime if he understood the question."Do you understand the question?"
Change to reported speech. "I am having a great time." - BethBeth said she was having a great time.
Change to reported speech. "I have never been here before." - AriadnaAriadna said that she had never been there/here before.
The streets ____ ______ for Christmas. (decorate)are decorated
Change to passive: Marta's boyfriend gave her flowers. Marta was given flowers (by her boyfriend).
We can't go swimming because the pool _____ _______ _________ . (clean)is being cleaned
Change to passive: The teacher found Manu's book on the floor.Manu's book was found on the floor (by the teacher).
If it rains this weekend, I _____ ______ to the cinema. (go)will go
If Marta had 20,000 euros she _______ _______ a new car. (buy)would buy
If I don't pass every subject this year, my parents ______ _____ me a present. (give)won't give
If I ____ _____ more, I would have passed the exam. (study)had studied
I hope _____ to the beach this summer. (go)to go
I look forward to _____ to China one day. (travel)traveling
I can't stand _____ in queues. It's so boring! (wait)waiting
Please remember ________ the door before you leave. I remember _______ the door before I left yesterday. (close)to close, closing
Sarah got a 5 on her English exam. She ___ study more. (should, needn't, might)should
Cayetana said her stomach hurt yesterday and didn't come to school today. She ____ be ill.must
Name 3 modals of POSSIBILITY. (I'm not sure.)might, may, could
You needn't pay for the ticket. You ___________ to pay for the ticket.don't have