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Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
What is your name?
  1. I am well.
  2. Good morning.
  3. Nice to meet you.
  4. My name is Joseph.
Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
See you later.
  1. Goodbye.
  2. Good morning.
  3. My name is Joseph.
  4. I am going to the store.
Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
What days do you have off?
  1. in the morning
  2. Saturday and Sunday
  3. 30 hours every week
  4. I take the bus to work.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

Kara + write a note + to the principal.
  1. Kara write a note to the principal.
  2. Kara writes a note to the principal.
  3. Kara do not write a note to the principal.
  4. Kara does not write a note to the principal.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

A dog + be left out + in the cold
  1. A dog should be left out in the cold.
  2. A dog shoulds be left out in the cold.
  3. A dog should not be left out in the cold.
  4. A dog shoulds not be left out in the cold.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

The restaurant + serve hot food
  1. The restaurant serve hot food.
  2. The restaurant serves hot food.
  3. The restaurant do not serve hot food.
  4. The restaurant does not serve hot food.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

You + should eat a big breakfast + before a test.
  1. You should eat a big breakfast before a test.
  2. You should eats a big breakfast before a test.
  3. You should not eat a big breakfast before a test.
  4. You should not eats a big breakfast before a test.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

My child + eat fish
  1. My child eat fish.
  2. My child eats fish.
  3. My child do not eat fish.
  4. My child does not eat fish.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

Some professors + wear suits + to class.
  1. Some professors wear suits to class.
  2. Some professors wears suits to class.
  3. Some professors do not wear suits to class.
  4. Some professors does not wear suits to class.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

It + important to eat pizza + at least once a week
  1. It is important to eat pizza at least once a week.
  2. It are important to eat pizza at least once a week.
  3. It is not important to eat pizza at least once a week.
  4. It are not important to eat pizza at least once a week.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

Mom + go grocery shopping + on the weekend.
  1. Mom go grocery shopping on the weekend.
  2. Mom goes grocery shopping on the weekend.
  3. Mom do not go grocery shopping on the weekend.
  4. Mom does not go grocery shopping on the weekend.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

My friends + stay up late + every night
  1. My friends stay up late every night.
  2. My friends stays up late every night.
  3. My friends do not stay up late every night.
  4. My friends does not stay up late every night.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

My father + get up early + every day.
  1. My father gets up early every day.
  2. My father does get up early every day.
  3. My father do not get up early every day.
  4. My father does not get up early every day.
Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
How do you get to work?
  1. 30 hours
  2. I like my job.
  3. I take the bus.
  4. in the morning
Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
How many hours do you work each week?
  1. 30
  2. $300
  3. I like it.
  4. in the morning
Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
My name is Carlos.
  1. Goodbye.
  2. I am well.
  3. Nice to meet you.
  4. I do not like hot days.
Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
How are you?
  1. Hello.
  2. I am well.
  3. My name is Joseph.
  4. It is going to rain today.
Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
It was nice to meet you.
  1. You too.
  2. It is cold.
  3. Thanks for coming.
  4. I am doing well today.
Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
Where are you going?
  1. Goodbye.
  2. Nice to meet you.
  3. to the grocery store
  4. It is going to rain today.
Continuing Education English as a Second Language ESL
Do you like your job?
  1. $300
  2. once a week
  3. Yes, I enjoy it.
  4. at the supermarket
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