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Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage 6 More than one gang member have been detained by the police. 7 Some of the information you included was inaccurate. 8 Four kilometres are quite a long way to run. 9 Most of the rice we eat are imported. 10 Either my brother or my sister have borrowed my dictionary. P.67 P.67 has is is has
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26 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage 11 Each of the participants were given a certificate. 12 Raising children are not easy. P.67 P.67 was is
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27 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.67 P.67 Rewrite these sentences. Begin with the given words. The first one has been done for you.
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28 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage 1 Every flat in this building is furnished. All ____________________________________________ _______________________________________________ 2 ‘All of you have got it wrong,’ said Mr Tan to his students. ‘None of you ___________________________________ ,’ said Mr Tan to his students. of the flats in this building are furnished. P.67 P.67 has got it right Teacher’s notes
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29 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.67 P.67 Has is grammatically correct. Have is more common in informal situations. Do not accept have for this question. BACK BACK
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30 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage 3 These scissors are not sharp. This pair of _____________________________________ _______________________________________________ 4 All the people in the building have been evacuated. Everyone _______________________________________ _______________________________________________ scissors is not sharp. in this building has been evacuated. P.67 P.67
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31 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage 5 Everybody at the concert was impressed by the performance. The audience ____________________________________ _______________________________________________ 6 A lot of people have had that experience. Many a person ___________________________________ _______________________________________________ was impressed by the performance. has had that experience. P.67 P.67
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32 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage 7 A majority of students favour the proposal. More than half of the students ______________________ _______________________________________________ 8 John was there. His brother was there, too. Both John ______________________________________ _______________________________________________ favour the proposal. and his brother were there. P.67 P.67
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33 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.68 P.68 Use am/are/is , was/were , have/has or do/does to complete the following dialogues. The first one has been done for you.
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34 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.68 P.68 is are 1 A: Who _________ the girl wearing glasses over there? B: I have no idea. I’ve never seen her before. 2 A: I’d like to help Kevin, but I don’t know how. B: A little encouragement _________ all he needs. 3 A: Excuse me, are there any cash machines nearby? B: Sorry, there _________ none here. is Teacher’s notes
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35 Unit 8 Agreement Unit 8 Agreement DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.68 P.68 Teachers should remind students that none and none of are different. Although none can be singular or plural, it is almost never used as singular unless it is used to mean no one. E.g. None of our cars is operational. BACK BACK
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