[1BCH] Task #200506

Once you have reviewed the Reported Speech, do the exercises on pages 70 & 71 of your book and write the answers to numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 & 8 down here as a comment.

Deadline: Friday 8, at noon.

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  1. [1BCH] Answers pages 70-71

    1)
    
1. The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.

    2. The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework.

    3. My friend suggested that we do the project together.

    4. Our headteacher warned us not to be late the following day.

    5. The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the day before.

    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country.
    
7. Mrs Morris enquired when she could meet her son’s teacher.

    8. I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.

    2)
    
1. Jake’s father asked how much money he should send with Jake for the class trip the following week.

    2. Rena suggested meeting/that they meet for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.

    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed her to teach his class the following day at 9:15 am. He asked her to call him at home that evening.

    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday. She added that she needed to bring a laptop.

    5. Keith wanted to know what homework they had for the next day. He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.

    6. Shelley asked if/wether she could pick her up for their Pilates class the next morning. She said that she would be waiting at 9.00.

    4)

    1. to tell

    2. was

    3. had spent

    4. would be living

    5. did

    6. could

    7. had

    8. studied

    5)
    
1. d – 2. c – 3. b – 4. a

    1. I asked them where students and teachers slept. They answered that they stayed in hostels and tents and that the most important thing was to be near a river.
    2. I wanted to know how good I had to be at kayaking to apply and they said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete, but I should know the basics.
    3. I also asked if I could get help with the cost and they told me that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4. I finally enquired how long the school has existed and they explained that the first class had started in 2001.

    7)
    1. My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the day before.

    2. The teacher warned us not to talk then.

    3. I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before.

    4. My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.

    5. John’s teacher said that he might leave early the next day.

    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.

    7. The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.

    8)
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the lecture, he asked if/wether teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He said that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more “human” all the time. He explained that
just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language and respond in a suitable way. Dr Bates also told us that AutoTutor’s “teacher” avatar might give additional support to a student who was frustrated, or teach faster if a student felt bored. He explained that the previous year they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1,000 students and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it. Finally, he said that that showed the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  2. PAGE 70

    1.
    1. The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    2. The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    3. My friend suggested that we can do the project together.
    4. Our headteacher warned us not to be late the following day.
    5. The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the day before.
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country.
    7. Mrs Morris enquired when she could meet her son’s teacher.
    8. I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.
    2.
    1. Jake’s father asked how much money he should send with him for the class trip.
    2. Rena suggested that they meet for coffee.
    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill.
    He said that they needed her to teach his class the following day
    He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday.
    She added that she needed to bring a laptop.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework they had for the next day.
    He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    6. Shelley asked if she could pick her up for their Pilates class the next morning.
    She said that she would be waiting at 9.00.

    PAGE 71

    4.
    1. to tell
    2. was
    3. had spent
    4. would be living
    5. did
    6. could
    7. had
    8. studied
    5.
    1. d
    2. c
    3. b
    4. a
    7.
    1. My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam yesterday.
    2. The teacher warned us not to talk then.
    3. I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before.
    4. My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5. John’s teacher said that he might leave early the next day.
    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7. The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.
    8.
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the lecture, he asked if teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He explained that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more “human” all the time. He said that
    just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language and respond in a suitable way.
    Dr Bates also told us that AutoTutor’s “teacher” avatar might give additional support to a student who is frustrated, or teach faster if a student feel bored.
    He explained that the previous year they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1,000 students and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it. Finally, he said that this showed the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  3. 1.
    The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    The students complained that their teachers gave theri too much homework.
    My friends suggested to let do the project together.
    Our headteacher warned us not to must be late tomorrow.
    The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the last day.
    The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country!.
    Mrs Morris enquired when he could meet his son’s teacher.
    I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.

    2.
    Jake’s father asked how many money he shall send with Jake for the class trip of the following week.
    Rena suggested to meet for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.
    The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed she to teach his class the next day. He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday. She added that Ms Gardner needed to bring a laptop.
    Keith wanted to know what homework they have for the next day. He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    Shelley asked if I picked she up for their Pilates class the next day morning. She said that she would be watching at 9.00

    4.
    to tell us about it.
    studying at the academy was a fabulous experience.
    her class had spent the previous semester…
    they would live in China and the USA.
    they did whitewater rafting.
    they had could really become.
    they also had time for academic subjects.
    they had studied intensively every day.

    5.
    D- I asked he where students and teachers sleep. He said that they stayed in hostels and tents.
    C- I asked he how good I must be at kayaking to apply. He said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete.
    B- I asked he if I could get help with the cost. He said that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    A – I asked he how long the school had existed. He said that the first class had started in 2001.

    7.
    My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the last day.
    The teacher warned not to talk then.
    I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before.
    My classmates suggested that let sit here for lunch.
    John’s teacher said that John may have left early the following day.
    Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.

    8.
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J.Bates. At the lecture he asked if teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He said that Computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more ‘human’ all the time. He explained us that just liked real person, AutoTutor could sense student’ emotions though our facial expressions and body language, and responded in a suitable way. He explained that AutoTutor’s ‘teacher’ avatar may have given additional support to a student who was frustrated, or teacher faster if a student felt bored. He told us that the year before, they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1.000 students, and their marks had improved by several points after using it. He suggest that shows the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  4. 1.
    1. the teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams .
    2. The sudents mentioned that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    3. My friend suggested that we done the project together .
    4. Our headteacher warned us that we hadn´t to been late the folowing day .
    5. The girl admitted that she have cheated in the test the day before .
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improved the level of education in his country.
    7. Mrs Morris enquired that when he could meet his son’s teacher .
    8. I ordered Sara that she lent me her laptop for my project .

    2.
    1. Jake’s father asjed that how much money he shall sent with Jake for the class trip the following week.
    2. Rena suggested that they met for coffe the las thursday evening around 8.
    3. The headtheacher told Mollu that Jach was ill , he said that they meed he to theached his class the next day at 9.15 am. He asked her to called him at home that evening .
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday . She added taht she needed to bring a laptop .
    5. Keith wanted to know the homework did they had for the next day . He explained that he couldn’t find his diary.
    6. Shelley asked that she can piched up her for their Pilates class the next day morning . She said that she would be waiting at 9.00.

    4.
    1. telled
    2. was
    3. have spent
    4. would live
    5. have done
    6. could
    7. had
    8. studied

    5.
    1-D . I asked that wuere did the students and teacher sleept . He answered that they stayed in hostels and tents . He confirmed taht the most important thing was to be near a river .
    2-C I asked that how good i had to be at kayaking to apply . He answered that i didn’t have to be a great athlete . He added that i should have hnown the basics .
    3-B I asked that i could get help with the cost . He answered that they had always accepted some students who haven’t beeen able to pay the full price .
    4-A I asked that how long had the school existend . He answered that the first class have started in 2001.

    7.
    1. My mother asked me that I have passed the exam the day before , whether she has wanted to know .
    2. The teacher warned that we did not talk at the time .
    3. I asked my coach that if i had improved since the year before .
    4. My classmates suggested that we sat there .
    5.John’s teacher said that he might leave early the next day.
    6.Laura asked that if Peater had extra English lessons .
    7. The headteacher asked to me that I switched off my phone.

    8.
    He asked that teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He said that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replaced human teachers , but they were becoming more » human » all the time . He explained that Autotutor could sense student’s emotions through their facial expressions and body language , and responded in a situable way. He said that Autotutor’s » teachers » avatar might give additional support to a student who was frustated , or thought faster if a student felt bored . He explained that the year before , they have tested Autotutor on more than 1000 students , and their marks have improved by several points next using it . He told that that showed the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  5. 1.
    1. The teacher announced that she had finished corrected the exams.
    2. The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    3. My friend suggested that we do the project together.
    4. Our headteacher warned us not to be late the next year.
    5. The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the previous day.
    6. The primer Minister declared that he would improve the level of the education in their conutry.
    7. Mrs Morris enquired when she could meet her son’s teacher.
    8. I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.
    2.
    1. Jake’s father asked how much money shall he sent with Jake for the class trip the next weekend.
    2. Rena suggested meeting for coffe on Thursday evening around 8.
    3. The head teacher told Molly that they needed her to teach Jack class. He said that they needed her. He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm. She added that they needed to bright a laptop.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework they had for the next day. He explained that she couldn’t find her school diary.
    6. Shelly asked Shelley if she could pick her up for they pilates class the next day morning. She said that she would be waiting at 9.00
    4.
    1. To tell.
    2. Was.
    3.Spent.
    4. Lived.
    5. Did.
    6. Could.
    7. Had.
    8. Studied
    5.
    1. D, I asked where students and teachers slept, and they said me that we stood in hostels and tents. They added that the most important thing was not to be near a river.
    2. C, I asked how good I had to be at kayakin to apply, and they said me that I not to be a great athlete, and the added that I should know the basics.
    3. B, I asked if I coulg get help with the cost, and they told me that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t able to pay the full price.
    4. A, I asked how long the school had existed, and they told me that the first class had started in 2001.
    7.
    1. My mother wanted to know wether I had passed the exam rhe previous day.
    2. The teacher warned us not to talk then.
    3. I asked my coach if I had improved since the previous year.
    4. My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5. John’s teacher said that he might leave early the next day.
    6. Laura asked he if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7. The headteacher asked me to swich off my phone.
    8.
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr. J.Bates. At the lecture asked if the teachers would be replaced by computers one day, then he said that computers tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more «human» all the time. He said too that just like a real person, Auto Tutor could sense students’ emotions trought their facial expressions and body language, and responded in a suitable way. AutoTutor’s «teacher» avatar might give additional support to a student who is frustrated, or tought faster ir a student feels bored. The previous year, they had tested Autotutor on more than 1,000 students, and their maths amrks had improves by several points after using it. That shows the importat role that emotions play in the learning process.

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  6. 1) 1. The teachers announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    2. The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework
    3. My friend suggested that we do the Project together.
    4.Our headteacher warned us had to be late the next day
    5. The girl admited that she had cheated in the test the previous day.
    6.The prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country.
    7. Mrs Morris enquired when he could meet him son´s teacher.
    8.I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my Project.
    2) 1. Jake´s father asked how much money he should send with Jake for the class trip the next week.
    2. Rena suggested meeting for coffee on thursday evening around.
    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill.He said that they needed her to teach his class the next day at 9.15 am.
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that thursday.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework thay had for the next day.
    6.Shelly asked if she could pick her up for their pilates class the next morning.She said that she would be waiting at 9.00
    4) 1. to tell
    2. was
    3. spent
    4. would live
    5.did
    6.could
    7.had
    8.studied
    5) 1.D Where students and teachers slept.They stayed in hostels and tents and that the most important thing was to be near a river.
    2.C How Good had to be at Kayaking to apply.I didn´t have to be a great athlete,but you should know the basics.
    3.B If I could get help with cost.They had always accepted some students who hadn´t been able to pay the full Price.
    4.A How long had existed the school.The first class had started in 2001.
    7)1. My mother wanted to know wheter I had passed the exam the previous day.
    2. The teacher warned us not to talk then.
    3. I asked my coach if she had improved since the previous year.
    4. My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5. John´s teacher said that she might leave early the next day.
    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7.The headteacher asked me to switch off your pone.
    8) He asked if teachers would be replaced by computers one day,he explained that computer turorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers but they said that were becoming more «human´´ all the time.He explained that just like a real person,Autotutor could sense students´emotions through their facial expressions and body language,and responded in a suitable way. Autotutor´s «teacher´´ avatar told that might give additional support to student who was frustrated or teach faster if a student felt bored.The previous year he explained that they had tested Autotutor on more tan 1000 students,and their marks had improved by several points after using it.He said that that shows the important roll that emotions played in the learning process.

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  7. 1.
    1- The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    2- The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    3- My friend suggested that we should do the project together.
    4- Our headteacher warned us didn’t be late the following day.
    5- The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the day before.
    6- The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country.
    7- Mr. Morris enquired when he could meet his son’s teacher.
    8- I ordered Sara to lent me her laptop for my project.

    2.
    1- Jake’s father asked how much money shall he sent with Jake for the class trip the following week.
    2- Rena suggested that they should meet for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.
    3- The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed her to teach his class the following day at 9:15 am. He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    4- Beth said that the meeting would be at 8:00 pm that Thursday. She added that he needed to bring a laptop.
    5- Keith wanted to know what homework did they have for the following day. He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    6- Shelley asked if she could pick her up for their Pilates class the next morning. She said that she would be waiting at 9.00.

    4.
    1- to tell
    2- was
    3- had spent
    4- had lived
    5- did
    6- could
    7- had
    8- studied

    5.
    1- d
    2- c
    3- b
    4- a
    1- I asked where students and teachers slept. He said that they stayed in hostels and tents. He added that the most important thing was to be near a river.
    2- I asked how good I must be at kayaking to apply. He said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete, but I should know the basics.
    3- I asked if I could get help with the cost. He said that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4- I asked how long the school had existed. He said that the first class had started in 2001.

    7.
    1- My mother wanted to know whether I passed the exam the day before.
    2- The teacher warned us not to talk then.
    3- I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before.
    4- My classmates suggested that we should sit there for lunch.
    5- John’s teacher said that he may leave early the following day.
    6- Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7- The headteacher asked to switch off my phone.

    8.
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J.Bates. At the lecture, he asked if teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He explained that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more «human» all the time. He told us that, just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language, and responded in a suitable way. He said that AutoTutor’s «teacher» avatar may gave additional support to a student who was frustated, or taught faster if a student felt bored. He told that the year before, they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1,000 students, and their marks had improved by several points after using it. He said that that showed the important role that emotions play in the learning process.

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  8. 1.
    1. The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    2. The students complained that their teachers gave theri too much homework.
    3. My friends suggested to let do the project together.
    4. Our headteacher warned us not to must be late tomorrow.
    5. The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the last day.
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country!.
    7. Mrs Morris enquired when he could meet his son’s teacher.
    8. I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.

    2.
    1. Jake’s father asked how many money he shall send with Jake for the class trip of the following week.
    2. Rena suggested to meet for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.
    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed she to teach his class the next day. He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday. She added that Ms Gardner needed to bring a laptop.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework they have for the next day. He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    6. Shelley asked if I picked she up for their Pilates class the next day morning. She said that she would be watching at 9.00

    4.
    1. to tell
    2. was
    3. had spent
    4. would live
    5. did
    6. had could
    7. had
    8. had studied

    5.
    1. D- I asked he where students and teachers sleep. He said that they stayed in hostels and tents.
    2. C- I asked he how good I must be at kayaking to apply. He said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete.
    3. B- I asked he if I could get help with the cost. He said that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4. A – I asked he how long the school had existed. He said that the first class had started in 2001.

    7.
    1. My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the last day.
    2. The teacher warned not to talk then.
    3. I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before.
    4. My classmates suggested that let sit here for lunch.
    5. John’s teacher said that John may have left early the following day.
    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7. The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.

    8.
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J.Bates. At the lecture he asked if teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He said that Computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more ‘human’ all the time. He explained us that just liked real person, AutoTutor could sense student’ emotions though our facial expressions and body language, and responded in a suitable way. He explained that AutoTutor’s ‘teacher’ avatar may have given additional support to a student who was frustrated, or teacher faster if a student felt bored. He told us that the year before, they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1.000 students, and their marks had improved by several points after using it. He suggest that shows the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  9. 1)
    1.Announced
    2. Complained
    3. Suggested
    4. Asked
    5. Admitted
    6. Declared
    7. Enquired
    8. Asked
    2)
    1. …how much money he should send with Jake for the class trip the following week
    2. … meeting for coffee on Thursday around 8
    3. …. Jack Roberts was ill. … need her to teach his class for the following day at 9.15 am. He … call him at home that evening
    4. … the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that thursday
    … she needed to bring a laptop.
    5. … what homework they had for the following day
    …. he couldn’t find his school diary
    6. …. if she could pick her up for their Pilates class the following day morning. …. She would be waiting at 9.00
    4)
    1. to tell
    2. had been (was)
    3. had spent (spent)
    4. would live (lived)
    5. did
    6. could
    7. had
    8. studied
    5)
    1- d
    2- c
    3- b
    4-a
    1. I asked them where students and teachers slept
    They answered that they staged in hostels and tents.
    They also said that the most important thing was to be near a river.
    2. I asked them how good i had to be at Kay a king to apply
    They answered that i didn’t have to be a great athlete buy that i should know the basics
    3. I asked them if i could get with the cost.
    They answered that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4.I asked them how long the school had existed
    They told me that the first class had started in 2001
    7)
    1 My mother wanted to know if i had passed the exam the day before (the previous day)
    2 The teacher warned us (me) not to talk then
    3 I Asked my coach if i had improved since the previous year (the year before)
    4 My classmated suggested that we sit there for lunch
    5 John´s teacher said that he might leave early the following day
    6 Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons
    7 The headteacher said to me to switch off my phone

    8) Dr J Bates wrote an article for the school newspaper.
    He asked if teachers would be replaced one day .He said that tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers but he explained that they were becoming more «human´´ all the time. He said just like a real person. Auto tutor could sense students emotions through their facial expressions and body language, and respond in a suitable way
    He told us that Auto tutor´s «teacher´´ avatar might give additional support to a student who was frustrated or teach faster if a student felt bored.
    The previous year, he explained that they had tested Auto tutor on more than 1000 students, and their marks had improved by several points after using it. Finally he said that showed the important roble that emotions played in the learning process

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  10. 1:
    1. The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    2. The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    3. My friend suggested that we do to project together.
    4. Our headteacher warned us not to be late the following day.
    5. The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the day before.
    6. The prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country.
    7. Mrs Morris enquired when she could meet her son’s teacher.
    8. I asked Sara lend me her laptop for my project.
    2:
    1. Jake’s father asked how much money he should send whit Jack for the class trip the following week.
    2. Rena suggested that they meet for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.
    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Robert was ill. He said that the needed her to teacher his class the following day at 9.15 am. He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday. She added that she needed to bring a laptop.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework they had for the following day. He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    6. Shelley asked if she could pick her up for their pilates class the following morning. She said that she would be waiting at 9.00.
    4:
    1. To tell
    2. Was
    3. Had spent
    4. Would be living
    5. Did
    6. Could
    7. Had
    8. Studied
    5:
    1-D
    2-C
    3-B
    4-A
    1.I asked them where students and teachers slept. They answered that they stayed in hostels and tents and that the most important thing was to be near a river.
    2. I wanted to know how good I had be at kayaking apply and they said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete, but I should know the basics.
    3. I asked if get help with the cost and they told me that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4. I enquired how Iong the school had existed and they first class had started in 2001.
    7:
    1. My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the day before.
    2. The teacher warned us not to talk then.
    3. Iasked my coach if I had improved since the previous year / the year before.
    4. My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch, 5. John’s teacher said that he might leave early the following day
    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7. The headteacher asked me to switch off my phane
    8:
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At lecture, he asked whether teachers wauld be replaced by computers one day. He said that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they Were becoming mere «hurman» all the time. He explained that just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language and respond in a suitable way. Dr Bates also told us that Auto Tutor’s «teucher» avatar might give additional support student who was frustrated, or teach faster if a student felt bored. He axplained that the previous year they had tested Auto Tutor on more than 1,000 students and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it. Finally, he said that that showed the important role that emotions played in learning process.

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  11. 1) 1. The teacher announced that she has finished correcting the exams.
    2. The students complained that their teachers give them too much homework.
    3. My friend explained that I did the project there.
    4. Our headteacher warned us that tomorrow we shouldn´t be late.
    5. The girl admitted that she cheated in the test yesterday.
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he will improve the level of education in our country.
    7. Mrs Morris enquired that when can he meet his son´s teahcer.
    8. I ordered Sara that she lend me her laptop for my project.
    2) 1. Jake´s father asked that how much money shall he send next week with Jake for the class trip.
    2. Rena suggested to meet for a coffee on Thursday evenning aroumd 8.
    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts is ill. He said that they need her. He asked her to teach his class tomorrow at 9.15 am.
    4. Beth said that the meeting will be at 8.00 pm this Thursday. She added that they need to bringa laptop.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework do they have for tomorrow. He explained that she can´t find her school diary.
    6. Shelley asked if she can pick she up for their Pilates class at tomorrow morning. She said that she will be waiting at 9.00.
    4)1. To tell.
    2. Is.
    3. Are going to spend.
    4. Will live.
    5. Do.
    6. Can.
    7. Have.
    8. Study.

    5)1. d
    2. c
    3. b
    4. a
    7) 1. My mother wanted to know whether i passed the exam yesterday.
    2. The teacher warned that we won´t talk now.
    3. I asked my coach if I have improved since last year.
    4. My classmates suggested that I have a sit there for lunch.
    5. John´s teacher said that he may leave early tomorrow.
    6. Laura asked if Peter have extra English lessons.
    7. The teacher told me to switch off my phone.
    8) Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the lecture, he asked if teachers will be replaced by computers one day. He explained that computer tutorial ill probably be able to replace human teachers. Dr told that Auto Tutor can sense student´s emotions through their facial expressions and bod language. He said that they tested Auto Tutor on more than 1.000 students, and their maths marks improved by several points after using it.

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  12. 1. 1) The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    2) The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    3) My friend suggested that us dos the project together.
    4) our headteacher warned us hadn’t to be late the following day.
    5) the girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the day before.
    6) the Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in our country.
    7) Mrs Morris enquired when she could meet her son’s teacher.
    8) i asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.
    2. 1) Jake’s father asked how much money he should send with Jake for the class trip the following week.
    2) Rena suggested met for coffe on Thuersday evening around 8.
    3) The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed her to teach his class the following day. He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    4) Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thuersday. She added that he needed to bring a laptop.
    5) Keith wanted to know what homework had for the following day. He explained that he couldn’t find him school diary.
    6) Shelly asked if could pick her for our Pilates class. She said that she would be waiting at 9.00.
    4.1) tell. 2) was. 3) had spent. 4) would live.
    5) did. 6) could. 7) had. 8)studied.
    5. 1-D
    I asked where students and teachers did sleep. They told me that they stayed in hostels and tents.
    2-C
    I wanted to know how good i must be at kayaking to apply. They explained that i didn’t have to be a great athlete, but i should know the basic.
    3-B
    I requested if i could get help with the cost. They informed me that they had always accepted some students who weren’t able to pay the full price.
    4- A
    I wanted to know how long the school had existed. They declared me that the first class had started in 2001.
    7. 1) my mother wanted to know wheter i had passed the exam the day before.
    2) the teacher warned me not to talk then.
    3) i asked my coach if i had improved since the previous year.
    4) my classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5) John’s teacher said that he/she might leave early the next day.
    6) Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7) The head teacher asked me to switch off my phone.
    8. Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the lecture, he asked if teachers would be replaced by computers one day? He said that computer tutorial would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more «human» all the time. He explained that could sense students’ emotions throught AutoTutor their facial expressions and body languages, and respond in a suitable way liked a real person. He told that Auto Tutor’s «teachers» avatar might give additional support to a student who was frustrated, or teach faster if a student felt bored. He explained that they had tasted Auto Tutor on more than 1000 students, and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it, the year before. He explained that shows the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  13. -1 A) The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exmas
    B) The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework
    C) My friend suggested that we do the project together
    D) Our headteacher warned us not to be late the next day
    E) The girl admited that she had cheated in the text the day before
    F) The prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country
    G) Mis Morris enquired when she could meet her son`s teacher
    H) I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project

    -2 A) Jake`s father asked how much money he should send with Jake for the class trip the nest day
    B) Rena suggested that they meet for coffee on Thrusday evenning around 8
    C) The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed her to each his class the next day at 9.15 am. He asked her to call him at home that evenning
    D) Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thrusday. She added that she needed to bring laptop
    E) Keith wanted to know what homework they had for the next day. He explained that he couldn`t find his school diary.
    F) Shelley asked if she could pick her up fot their Pilates class the next mornning. She said that she would be waiting at 9.00

    -4 A) to tell
    B) was/is
    C) had spend
    D) would be living
    E) did
    F) could
    G) had
    H) studied

    -5 A) I asked their where students and teachers slept. they answered that they stayed inn hostels and tents and that the most important thing wast to be near a river.
    B) I wanted to know how good I have to be at kayating to apply and they said that I didn`t have to be great athlete, but I must know the basics.
    C) I asked if I could get help with the cost and they tell me that they had always accepted some students who hadn`t been pay the full piece
    D) I enquired how long the school had existed and they explained that the first class had started in 2001.

    -7 A) My mother wanted to kanow whether I had passed the exam the day before
    B) The teacher warned us not to talk then
    C) I asked my coach if I had improved sinde the previous year
    D) My classmates suggested that we si there for lunch
    E) John`s teacher said that he might leave early the next day
    F) Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons
    G) The headteacher asked me to swich off my phone

    -8 he asked whether teachers would be replaced by computers one day.
    He said that computer tutorials would probably never replace human teachers, but they were becoming more human,all the time.
    He explained that just like a real person,
    AutoTutor could sense students’emotions through their facial expressions and body language and respond in a suitable way.
    Dr Bates told us that AutoTutor’s “teacher” avatar might gave additional support to a student who was frustrated
    He explained that the previous year they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1,000 students and their maths marks had improved
    he said that that showed the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  14. Pages 70-71
    1.
    1. The teacher announced that she had finished correcting
    the exams.
    2. The students complained that their teachers gave them
    too much homework.
    3. My friend suggested that we do the project together.
    4. Our headteacher warned us not to be late the following
    day.
    5. The girl insisted that she had cheated in the test the
    day before.
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the
    level of education in their country .
    7. Mrs Morris enquired when she could meet her son’s
    teacher.
    8. I ordered Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.
    2.
    1. …how much money he should send
    with Jake for the class trip the following week .
    2. …that they meet for coffee on
    Thursday evening around 8.
    3. …Jack Roberts was ill .
    ….needed her to teach his class the next day at 9.15 am . …call him
    at home that evening.
    4. …the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that
    Thursday . …she needed to bring a laptop.
    5. …what homework they had for the following day. …that he couldn’t find
    his school diary.
    6. …whether she could pick her up for their
    Pilates class the next morning. …she would be waiting at 9.00.
    4.
    1. to tell 5. did
    2. is 6. could
    3. had spent 7. had
    4. would be living 8. studied
    5.
    1. d) They answered that they stayed in hostels and tents and that
    the most important thing was to be near a river.
    2. c) They said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete,
    but I should know the basics.
    3. b) They told me that they had always accepted some students who
    hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4. a) They explained that the first class had started in 2001.
    7.
    1. My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the
    exam the day before.
    2. The teacher warned us not to talk then.
    3. I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before.
    4. My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5. John’s teacher said that he might leave early the next day.
    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7. The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.
    8.
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the
    lecture, he asked whether teachers would replaced by
    computers one day. He said that computer tutorials would
    probably never be able to replaced human teachers, but they
    were become more “human” all the time. He explained that
    just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’
    emotions through their facial expressions and body language
    and respond in a suitable way. Dr Bates also told us that
    AutoTutor’s “teacher” avatar might be give additional support to a
    student who was frustrated, or teach faster if a student felt
    bored. He explained that the previous year they had tested
    AutoTutor on more than 1,000 students and their maths marks
    have improved by several points after using it. Finally, he said
    that that show the important role that emotions played in
    the learning process.

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  15. 1- .
    1- Announced… had finished correcting the exams
    2- Complained… their teachers gave them too much homework
    3- Suggested… we do the project together
    4- Warned… not to be late the following day
    5- Admitted… she had cheated in the test he day before
    6- Declared… would improve the level of education in their country
    7- Enquired… when she could meet her son’s teacher
    8- Asked… to lend me her laptop for my project
    2- .
    1- How much money he should send with Jake for the class trip the following week
    2- That they meet for coffee on Thursday evening around 8
    3- Hack Roberts was ill… needed her to teach his class the following day at 9:15 am
    4- The meeting would be at 8:00pm that Thursday… she needed to bring a laptop
    5- What homework they had for the next day… he couldn’t find his school diary
    6- Whether she could pick her up for their Pilates class the next morning… she would be waiting at 9:00.
    4
    1- To tell
    2- Was
    3- Had spent
    4- Would be living
    5- Did
    6- Could
    7- Had
    8- Studied
    5
    1- D
    2- C
    3- B
    4- A
    7
    1- My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the day before
    2- The teacher warned us not to talk then
    3- I asked m coach if I had improved since the previous year.
    4- My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch
    5- John’s teacher said that he might leave early the next day
    6- Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7- The head teacher asked me to switch of my phone

    8
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J Bates. Ar the lecture, he asked whether teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He said that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more “human” all the time. He explained that just like a real person, Auto Tutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language and responding a suitable way. Dr Bates also told us that Auto Tutor’s “teacher” avatar might give additional support to a student who was frustrated, or teach faster if a student felt bored. He explained that the previous year they had tested Auto Tutor on more than 1,000 students and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it. Finally, he said that that showed the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  16. (1)
    a) that she had finished correcting the exams.
    b) that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    c) that we do the project together.
    d) us not to be late the following day.
    e) that she had cheated in the test the day before.
    f) that he would improve the level of education in their country.
    g)
    h) I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.
    (2)
    a) how much money he should send.
    b) that they meet for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.
    c) Jack Roberts was ill/ needed her to teach his class the following/call him at home that evening.
    d) the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday/she needed to bring a laptop.
    e) what homework they had for the following day
    f)
    (4)
    a) to tell
    b) is
    c) had spent
    d) would be live
    e) did
    f) could
    g) had
    h) studied
    (5)
    1) d
    I asked them where students and teachers slept. They answered that they stayed in hostels and tents and that the most important thing was to be near a river.
    2) c
    I wanted to know how good I had to be at kayaking to apply and they said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete, but I should know the basics.
    3) b
    I also asked if I could get help with the cost and they told me that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4) a
    I finally enquired how long the school had existed and they explained that the first class had started in 2001.
    (7)
    a) My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam
    b) The teacher warned us not to talk then.
    c) I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before
    d) My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    e) John’s teacher said that he might leave early the next day
    f) Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    g) The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.
    (8)
    He said that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more “human” all the time. He explained that just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language and respond in a suitable way. Dr Bates also told us that AutoTutor’s “teacher” avatar might give additional support to a student who was frustrated, or teach faster if a student felt bored. He explained that the previous year they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1,000 students and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it. In the final, he said that that showed the important rolte that emotions played in learning process

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  17. 1) 1: announced / had finished correcting the exams
    2: complained / their teachers gave them too much homework
    3: suggested / we do the proyect together
    4: warned / to not be latethe following day
    5: admitted / she have cheated in the test the day before
    6: declared / would improve the level of education in their country.
    7: enquired / she could meet her son’s teacher
    8: asked / to lend her laptop for my project

    2) 1: how much money he should send for the class trip the following week
    2: that they meet for coffee on Thursday evening around 8
    3: Jack Roberts was ill — needed her to teach his class the following day at 9.15 am — call him
    at home that evening
    4: the meeting would be at 8.00 pm this Thursday — she need to bring a laptop
    5: what homework they had for the next day —- he couldn’t find his school diary
    6: she could pick her up for their Pilates class the next morning — she would be waiting at 9.00

    4) 1: to tell 2: was 3: had spent 4: would be living 5: did 6: could 7: had 8: studied

    5) 1: d 2: c 3: b 4: a

    7) 1: My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the day before
    2: The teacher warned us to not talk then
    3: I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before
    4: My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch
    5: John’s teacher said that he might leave early the following day
    6: Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons
    7: The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone

    8) Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the lecture, he asked whether teachers would be replaced by computers one day. Computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more “human” all the time. Just like a real person, AutoTutor  could sense students emotions through their facial expressions and body language and respond in a suitable way. He also told us that  AutoTutor’s teacher avatar might give additional support to a student who was frustrated, or teach faster if a student felt bored. The previous year they had tested  AutoTutor  on more than 1000 students and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it. He said that that showed the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  18. 1. The teacher announced that she had finished correcting
    the exams.
    2. The students complained that their teachers gave them
    too much homework.
    3. My friend suggested that we do the project together.
    4. Our headteacher warned us not to be late the following
    day.
    5. The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the
    day before.
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the
    level of education in their country .
    7. Mrs Morris enquired when she could meet her son’s
    teacher.
    8. I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.

    1. Jake’s father asked how much money he should send with Jake for the class trip the following week .
    2. Rena suggested meeting for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.
    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill .
    He said that they needed her to teach his class the next day at 9.15 am . He asked her to call him
    at home that evening.
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday . She added that she needed to bring a laptop.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework they had for the next day . He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    6. Shelley asked ifvshe could pick her up for their Pilates class the next morning . She said that
    she would be waiting at 9.00.

    1. to tell 5. did
    2. was / is 6. could
    3. had spent 7. had
    4. would be living 8. studied

    1. d 2. c 3. b 4. a
    1. I asked them where students and teachers slept. They answered that they stayed in hostels and tents and that the most important thing was to be near a river.
    2. I wanted to know how good I had to be at kayaking to apply and they said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete, but I should know the basics.
    3. I also asked if I could get help with the cost and they told me that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4. I finally enquired how long the school had existed and they explained that the first class had started in 2001.

    1. My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the day before.
    2. The teacher warned us not to talk then.
    3. I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before.
    4. My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5. John’s teacher said that she leave early the next day.
    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7. The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.

    1. d 2. e 3. a 4. c 5. b

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  19. 1.
    a) The teacher announced that she had finished to correct the exams
    b) The students complained that their teachers gave them too mucho homework
    c) My friend suggested that we did the project together
    d) Our headteacher warned us not to be late next day
    e) The girl addmited that she had cheated in the test the previous day
    f) The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education on their country
    g) Mrs Morris enquired when could meet her son’s teacher
    h) I asked Sara to lent me her laptom for my project

    2.
    a) Jake’s father asked how much money he sholud sent for the classtrip the next week
    b) Rena suggested meeting for coffe next thursday
    c) The headteacher told Molly that Jack Robert was ill. He needed her to teach his class the next day. He asked her to called him at homethat evening
    d) Beth said that the meeting would been at 8:00. She added that she needed to bring her laptop
    e) Keith wanted to know the homework for the next day. He explained that he cuoldn’t find his school diary.
    f) Shelley asked if she could pick her up for theis pilates class the next day at morning. She said that she would been waiting at 9:00.

    4.
    a) told b) was c) spent d) was liveing e) did f) could g) had h) studied

    5.
    a) 1/D, I asked he where students and teachers sleep. He said that they stayed in hostels and tents.
    b) 2/C, I asked he how good i must be at kayaking to apply. He said that i didn’t have to be a great athlete.
    c) 3/B, I asked he if I could get help with the cost. He said that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    d) 4/A, Iasked he how long the school had existed. He said that the first class had started in 2001.

    7.
    a) My mum asked whether i had pass the exam.
    b) The teacher said that we musn’t talk.
    c) I asked my coach if i had improved since the previous year.
    d) My classmate suggested that we could sat there for lunch.
    e) He said that he had to leaved early the next day.
    f) Laura asked if Peter had extra english lessons.
    g) He asked me to switched off my phone.

    8.
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J.Bates. At the lecture he asked if teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He said that Computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more ‘human’ all the time. He explained us that just liked real person, Auto Tutor could sense student’ emotions though our facial expressions and body language, and responded in a suitable way. He explained that AutoTutor’s ‘teacher’ avatar may have given additional support to a student who was frustrated, or teacher faster if a student felt bored. He told us that the year before, they had tested Auto Tutor on more than 1.000 students, and their marks had improved by several points after using it. He suggest that shows the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  20. 1.1) The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    2)The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    3)My friend suggested that we do the project together.
    4)Our headteacher warned us that we mustn’t be late the following day.
    5)The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the day before.
    6)The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country.
    7)Mrs Morris enquired that when could she meet her son’s teacher.
    8) I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.

    2. 1)Jake’s father asked to how much money shall he had send with Jake for the class trip the
    following week.
    2)Rena suggested that they meet for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.
    3)The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill.
    He said that they needed her to teach his class the following day at 9.15.
    He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    4)Beath said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday.
    She added that she needed to bring a laptop.
    5) Keith wanted to know what homework they had do for the following day.
    He explained that she couldn’t find her school diary.
    6) Shelley asked to picked her up for they Pilated class the following morning.
    4. 1) to tell
    2)was
    3) had spent
    4) would living
    5)did
    6)could
    7)had
    8)study

    5.1)d
    I asked where students and teachers slept. They answered that they stayed in hostels and tents and that the most important thing was to be near a river.
    2)c
    I asked them how good I Had to be at kayaking to apply and they said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete, but I should know the basics.
    3)b
    I asked them if I got help with the cost and they said that they had always accepted sme students who weren’t able to pay the full price.
    4)a
    I asked how long had the school existed and they said that the first class had started in 2001.

    7.1) My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the day before.
    2)The teacher warned that not talk than.
    3) I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before.
    4) My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5)John’s teacher said that he may leave early the following day
    6)Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7)The headteacher asked me if I switch off my phone.

    8.Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the lecture, he asked whether teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He said that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more “human” all the time. He said that just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language and respond in a suitable way. Dr Bates also told us that AutoTutor’s “teacher” avatar may gave additional support to a student who was frustrated, or teach faster if a student felt bored. He explained that the year before they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1,000 students and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it. He said that that showed the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  21. (1)
    1. The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    2. The students complained that they had too much homework.
    3. My friend suggested that we do the project together.
    4. Our headteacher warned us not to be late tomorrow.
    5. The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test.
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in our country.
    7. I asked Sara to lend me her laptop.
    (2)
    1. Jake’s father asked Ms Gardner how much money should Jake need for his class trip.
    2. Rena suggested meeting for coffee on Thursday evening.
    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed her. He asked her to teach his class tomorrow at 9.15 am.
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm. She added that Molly had to bring her laptop.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework do they have for tomorrow. He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    6. Shelley asked Molly to pick her up for their Pilates class. She said that she would be waiting at 9.00 am.
    (4)
    1. We asked her to tell us about it.
    2. She explained that studying at the academy was a fabulous experience.
    3. She told us that her class had spent the previous semester in Zambia.
    4. They lived in China.
    5. She explained that they had done whitewater.
    6. She added that they could really become part of a country.
    7. We asked her whether they also had time for academic subjects.
    8. They studied intensively every day.
    (5)
    1.d – I asked him where students and teachers sleep. He said that they stayed in hotels and tents.
    2.c – I asked him how good I must be at kayaking to apply. He said that I had to know the basics.
    3.b – I asked him if I could get help with the cost. He said that they had always accepted some s.tudents who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4.a – I asked him how long the school had existed. He said that the first class had started in 2001.
    (6)
    1 Our headteacher announced that the school would be closed for a while.
    2 My grandfather’s doctor ordered him not to smoke.
    3 The new student wondered where the headteacher’s office was.
    4 The prisoned admitted that he was guilty.
    5 My sister’s flatmate suggested that we should dinner together someday.
    6 The lifeguard warned the swimmers not to swim because a storm was approaching.
    (7)
    1. My mother asked whether I had passed the exam the day before.
    2. The teacher warned me not to talk then.
    3. I asked my coach if I had improved since the previous year.
    4. My classmate suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5. John’s teacher said that he might leave early the next day.
    6. Laura asked me if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7. The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.
    (8)
    Last week, our class attend a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the lecture, he asked if the teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He said that computers tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but he added that they were becoming more «human» all the time. He explained that AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions like a real person through their facial expressions and body language, and respond suitably. He told us that AutoTutor’s «teacher» avatar might give additional support to a frustrated student, or teach faster if a student feels bored. He said that last year they tested AutoTutor on more than 1,000 students and their maths marks improved by several points after using it. In the end, he added that the test showed the important role that emotions play in the learning process.

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  22. 1.
    1. the teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams.
    2. the students complained that their teacher gave them too much homework.
    3. my friend suggested that we did the project together.
    4. our headteacher warned us that we musnt be late the next day.
    5. the girl admitted that she had cheated in the test yesterday.
    6. the prime minister declared that he would improve the level of education in our country.
    7. mrs Morris enquired…
    8. I asked sara that she lent me her laptop for my project.
    2.
    1. Jakes father asked how much money shall he sent with jake for the class trip the next week
    2. Rena suggested to Molly that met for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.
    3. The headteacher told molly that jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed she to teach his class the following day. He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    4. beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday. She added that she needed to bring a laptop.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework did they have for tomorrow. He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    6. Shelley asked that Molly could pick her up for their pilates class the following day morning. She said that would be waiting at 9.00.
    4.
    1. told
    2. was
    3. spent
    4. would live
    5. did
    6. could
    7. have
    8. studied
    5.
    1. d They told me that they stayed in hotels and tents. They say that the most important thing is to be near a river.
    2.  c They say that I didn’t have to be a great athlete, but I should know the basics.
    3.  b They answer me that they had always accepted some students who weren’t able to pay the full price.
    4.  a They say that the first class started in 2001.

    6.
    1. Our headteacher announced that the students couldn’t be late four following times in a week.
    2. My grandfather´s doctor ordered him that he didn’t does exercise during a week.
    3. The new student wondered why he didn’t have any friends.
    4. The prisoner admitted that he stole the bank.
    5. My sister´s flatmate suggested that my sister could have more clean her room.
    6. The lifeguard warned the swimmers that the sea had a lot of waves and it was very dangerous for them.
    7.
    1. My mother wanted to know whether I passed my exam yesterday.
    2. The teacher warned that didn’t speak in at that time.
    3. I asked my coach if I have improved since last year.
    4. My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5. John’s teacher said that she may leave early the next day.
    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7. The headteacher asked to me that I switched off my phone.
    8.
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the lecture, he asked if teachers could be replaced by computers one day. He said that computers tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more “humans” all the time. He explained that just like a real person, Auto Tutor could sense students emotions trough their facial expressions and body language, and respond in a suitable way. He told us that Auto Tutor “teacher” avatar could give additional support to a student who is frustrated, or teach faster if a student feels bored. He explained us that the last year, they tested Auto Tutor on more than 1,000 students, and their maths marks improve by several points after using it. Finally Dr J. Bates said that shows the important role that emotions play in the learning process.

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  23. 1)
    1. the teacher announced that she had finished correcting exams
    2.te students complained that their teachres gave them too much homework
    3. my frien suggested that ????
    4. our headteacher arned us hadn’t be late tomorrow
    5.the girl iadmitted that she had cheat in the test yesterday
    6.the prime misitre declared tat he would improve the level of education in their country
    7.mrs morris enquired when could he meet my son’s teacher
    8.i asked sara that she lended me their laptopp for their project
    2)
    1.jake’s father asked how much money should they send with jake for the class trip the following week
    2.rena suggested met them for coffee on thursday evening around 8
    3.the headtheacher told molly that
    4.beth said that the meeting ould be at 8.00 pm that thursday. she added that they needed to bring a laptop
    5.kheit wanted to know hat homework do they had for the next day
    6.shelly asked could they picked her for their pilates class the net day morning
    4)
    1.told
    2.had been
    3.spended
    4.would live
    5.done
    6.could
    7.had
    8.had stidied
    5)
    1. he asked where did students and teachers sleep. they said that they stayed in hotels and tents
    2.she asked how good she had to be at kayaking to apply. they said they didn’t have to be a great athlete.
    3.she asked could she get help whit the cost. they said that they had always accepted some students who hadn’t been able to pay the full price.
    4.I asked how long had the school existed. they said that the first class had started in 2001.
    7)
    1.My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the day before.
    2.The teacher warned us to not talk then
    3.I asked my coach if I had improved since the previous year.
    4.My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5.John’s teacher said that he might leave early the next day.
    6.Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7.The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.
    8)Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J. Bates. At the lecture, he asked if teachers could be replaced by computers one day.He said that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more “humans” all the time.He said that
    just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language and respond in a suitable way. He told us that Auto Tutor’s “teacher” avatar could give additional support to a student who is frustrated, or teach faster if a student feels bored.The previous year they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1000 students and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it. Finally he said that shows the important role that emotions play in the learning process.

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  24. Page 70
    1
    1. The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams
    2. The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    3. My friend suggested that we do the project together.
    4. Our headteacher warned un not to be late the following day.
    5. The girl admitted that she had been cheated on the test.
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country.
    7. Mrs. Morris enquired when she could meet her son’s teacher.
    8. I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.
    2
    1. Jake’s father asked how much money he should send with Jake for the class trip the following week.
    2. Rena suggested meeting for coffee on Thursday evening around.
    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed her to teach his class the next day. He asked her to call him at home that evening.
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday. She added that she needed to bring a laptop.
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework they had for the next day. He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    6. Shelley said that she would be waiting at 9.00.
    Page 71
    4
    1. told
    2. be
    3. spent
    4. will live
    5. did
    6. could
    7. had
    8. studied
    5
    1. d – I asked them where students and teachers slept.
    2. c – I wanted to know how good I had to be at kayaking to apply.
    3. b – I also asked if I could get help with the cost.
    4. a – I finally enquired how long the school has¡d existed and they explained that the first class had started in 2001.
    6
    1. Our headteacher announced that we would have free wi-fi access the following week.
    2. My grandfather’s doctor ordered him to give up smoking.
    3. The new student wondered if he would be accepted by the other students.
    4. The prisoner admitted that he had stolen the money.
    5. My sister’s flatmate suggested that they share their living expenses.
    6. The lifeguard warned the swimmers to stay away from the rocks.
    7
    1. My mother wanted to know whether I had passed the exam the day before.
    2. The teacher warned us not to talk then.
    3. I asked my coach if I had improved since the year before.
    4. My classmates suggested that we sit there for lunch.
    5. John’s teacher said that she might leave early the next day.
    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons.
    7. The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone.
    8
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr. J. Bates. AT the lecture, he asked whether teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He said that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more human all the time. He explained that just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language and respond in a suitable way. Dr. Bates also told us that AutoTuto’s teacher avatar might give additional support to a student who was frustrated, o teach faster if a student felt bored. He explained that there previous year they had tasted AutoTutor on more than 1.000 students and their maths marks had improved by several points after using it. Finally, he said that showed the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  25. Page 70.
    Exercise 1
    1.The teacher announced that she had finished correcting the exams
    2. The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework!
    3. My friend suggested that we did the project together
    4. Our headteacher warned us to didn’t be late the next day
    5. The girl admitted that she had teached in the test the day before
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in his country
    7. Mrs Morris enquired that when he could meet her son’s teacher
    8. I ordered Sara to lent me her laptop for my project
    Exercise 2
    1. Jake’s father asked how much money he should sent with Jake for the class trip the next week
    2.
    3. The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill
    He said that they needed her to teach his class the next day at 9.15 am
    He asked her to call him at home that evening
    4. Beth said that the meeting would be at 8.00 pm that Thursday
    She added that they needed to brought a laptop
    5. Keith wanted to know what homework they had for the next day
    He explained that he couldn’t found his school diary
    6. Shelley asked Molly if she could pick up for their pilates class the next day morning
    She said that she would be waiting at 9.00
    Page 71
    Exercise 4
    1. To told us about it
    2. Was
    3. Spent
    4. Would live in China and the United States
    5. Did
    6. Could
    7. Had
    8. Studied
    Exercise 5
    1.d They said that they stayed in hotels and tents
    2.c They said that I didn’t have to be a great athlete, but that I should knew the basics
    3.b They said that they had always accepted some students who weren’t able to pay the full price
    4.a They said that the first class started in 2001
    Exercise 7
    1. My mother wanted to know whether I passed the exam the day before
    2. The teacher warned us to didn’t talk then
    3. I asked my coach if I had improved since the previous year
    4. My classmates suggested that we sat there for lunch
    5. John’s teacher said that he might left early the next day
    6. Laura asked if Peter had extra English lessons
    7. The headteacher asked me to switch off my phone
    Exercise 8
    I asked them if teachers would be replaced by computers one day and they told me that Computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but that they were becoming more “human” all the time. They explained that just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions, and responded in a suitable way. They also explained that AutoTutor’s “teacher” avatar might gave additional support to a student who were frustrated, or teach faster if a student felt bored. They said that the previous year, they tested AutoTutor on more than 1.000 students, and their maths marks improved by several points after using it. They also said that that showed the important role that emotions played in the learning process.

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  26. 1.
    1 the teacher annunced that he had our exams notes
    2The students complained that their teachers gave them too much homework.
    3. My friend suggested that we can do the project together.
    4. Our headteacher warned us not to be late the following day.
    5. The girl admitted that she had cheated in the test the day before.
    6. The Prime Minister declared that he would improve the level of education in their country.
    7. Mrs Morris enquired when she could meet her son’s teacher.
    8. I asked Sara to lend me her laptop for my project.
    2.
    1 jake´s fathar asked how much money sould send jake for the class trip following week
    2 Rena suggested that met for coffee on Thursday evening around 8.
    3The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed her to each his class the next day at 9.15 am. He asked her to call him at home that evenning
    4The headteacher told Molly that Jack Roberts was ill. He said that they needed her to each his class the next day at 9.15 am. He asked her to call him at home that evenning
    5Keith wanted to know what homework they had for the following day. He explained that he couldn’t find his school diary.
    6Shelley asked if she could pick her up for their pilates class the following morning. She said that she would be waiting at 9.00.
    4
    1to tell
    2was
    3had spent
    4would be living
    5did
    6could
    7had
    8studied
    5
    1d,2c,3b,4a
    7
    1 My mother wanted to know whether i had passed the exam the day bofore
    2 the teacher warned didn´t talk then
    3i asked my coach if had improved since last year
    4My classmates suggested that we sat there for lunch
    5 John´s teacher said that he might left early the next day
    6 laura asked if Peter had extra English lessond
    7 the headteacher asked that i switch off my phone
    8
    Last week, our class attended a lecture by Dr J.Bates. At the lecture, he asked if teachers would be replaced by computers one day. He explained that computer tutorials would probably never be able to replace human teachers, but they were becoming more “human” all the time. He told us that, just like a real person, AutoTutor could sense students’ emotions through their facial expressions and body language, and responded in a suitable way. He said that AutoTutor’s “teacher” avatar may gave additional support to a student who was frustated, or taught faster if a student felt bored. He told that the year before, they had tested AutoTutor on more than 1,000 students, and their marks had improved by several points after using it. He said that that showed the important role that emotions play in the learning process.

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