lesson 54

English Course Online 54

Today’s Focus:

  • Vocabulary related to
  • Grammar point: Causative have verbs with two objects, passing reporting verbs

1/ Sentence Practice

Causative have verbs with two objects, passing reporting verbs

John wakes up feeling a little groggy but a lot better.

John has had his operation and he had his appendix removed.

This morning he is going to have his breakfast brought to him in bed.

He is having his room cleaned and they are going to make his bed.

He has his bed made twice a day

His wife Susan has come to see him.

She has had her hair done yesterday. She has her hair done every month.

She is going to have her fingernails done this afternoon.

Hello John sorry I’m late but I had Janet on the phone. She has had her car stolen.

The police are said to be studying the possibility that the car was used in a hold-up.

The car is believed to be a write-off.

That’s a shame and I must say I am felling one hundred times better already.

Any news from work?

They had the monthly audit done and everything is OK.

They have had the computers checked.

Janet and David are having their house decorated and we got invited to their wedding anniversary in September.

Some chocolates were taken to John by Susan.

2/ Vocabulary Practice

  • Causative
  • objects
  • passing reporting verbs
  • to wake up
  • feeling a little groggy
  • a lot better.
  • he had his appendix removed.
  • breakfast in bed.
  • brought to
  • to make a bed.
  • twice a day
  • to have one’s hair done
  • every month
  • fingernails
  •  afternoon.
  • sorry, I’m late
  • to have on the phone.
  • stolen.
  • to be studying the possibility that
  • a hold-up.
  • is believed to be
  • a write-off.
  • That’s a shame
  • one hundred times better already.
  • Any news from?
  • the monthly audit
  • everything is OK.
  • to be checked
  • house decorated
  • we got invited to
  • wedding anniversary
  • in September
  • Some chocolates

3/ Grammar Practice

4/ Practice Quiz

Complete the quizzes below.

  1. Today’s comprehension interactive video: 
  2. Today’s sentences drag and drop: 
  3. Today’s grammar fill in the right words: 

 

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