English Course Online 49
- Vocabulary related to
- Grammar point: Questions, question tags, indirect questions.
1/ Vocabulary Practice
- question tags
- indirect questions
- time to spare
- All that worrying was for nothing.
- the lady
- at the reception
- appointment card
- to wait for
- to expect to
- Had it been built
- when we first moved here?
- to move
- Whats your name?
- medical insurance
- haven’t you?
- isn’t she?
- Could you tell me where?
- the scanner room
- on the first floor
- Isn’t it?
- on the left
- the lift.
- I’m right
- aren’t I?
- look out
- to bump into
- to apologize
- to grimace
- He wasn’t looking, was he?
- You hadn’t seen him either, had you?
- Where are the toilets?
- over there
- No, I didn’t
- They told me not to didn’t they?
2/ Grammar Practice
3/ Sentence Practice
Questions, question tags, indirect questions.
They arrive at the hospital with time to spare. All that worrying was for nothing.
They pay the taxi driver and go into the hospital.
The lady at the reception asks: “Do you have your appointment card? did you phone before?”
Am I waiting for you here, or were they expecting me to come with you?
Have we been to this hospital before? Had it been built when we first moved here?
What’s your name? It’s John Smith, isn’t it? You have medical insurance, haven’t you?
She is your wife, isn’t she? I wonder if she would like to go with you.
Could you tell me where the scanner room is? It’s on the first floor, isn’t it? Yes, it is. On your left when you leave the lift.
It’s your first time here. I’m right, aren’t I? Yes, you are.
You are coming, aren’t you? Yes. Look out.
He bumps into a man. John apologizes but the man just grimaces.
He wasn’t looking, was he? You hadn’t seen him either, had you?
He sees a nurse and says I wonder if you could tell me where the toilets are?
They are over there. You didn’t drink any water this morning, did you?
No, I didn’t. They told me not to, didn’t they?
4/ Practice Quiz
Complete the quizzes below.
- Today’s comprehension interactive video:
- Today’s sentences drag and drop:
- Today’s grammar fill in the right words: