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Eligibility criteria

You have 180 days after your school issues your final marks to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP).

To be eligible, your study permit must have been valid at some point during these 180 days.

You must also have

  • completed a study program
    • at a designated learning institution
    • that was at least 8 months long and
    • that led to a degree, diploma or certificate
  • maintained full-time status as a student in Canada during each semester of your study program
    • this doesn’t include your final semester, which can be part-time, or if you took an approved leave from your studies
  • graduated from 1 of the following:
    • a public post-secondary school, such as a college, trade/technical school, university, or CEGEP (in Quebec)
    • a private post-secondary school (in Quebec) that operates under the same rules as public schools in Quebec
    • a private secondary or post-secondary school (in Quebec) that offers qualifying programs of 900 hours or longer, that leads to a diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP or an attestation de spécialisation professionnelle (ASP)
    • a Canadian private school that can award degrees under provincial law (for example, Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate degree) but only if you’re enrolled in a study program that leads to a degree as authorized by the province

Exceptions

You aren’t eligible for a PGWP if you

  • already received a PGWP
  • studied English or French as a second language
  • took general interest or self-improvement courses
  • participated in the Government of Canada Awards Program funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
  • had funding from GAC
  • got the Equal Opportunity Scholarship, Canada-Chile
  • participated in the Canada-China Scholars’ Exchanges Program
  • participated in the Organization of American States Fellowships Program
  • completed the majority of a study program by distance learning (online courses, e-learning or correspondence)
  • completed a study program at a non-Canadian institution located in Canada

If your passport expires before your PGWP should

Make sure your passport is valid for the entire length of time your PGWP would be.

If your passport expires earlier than your PGWP would, we

  • issue you a PGWP that’s only valid until your passport expires
  • tell you if you need to extend it to get the full validity of your PGWP

You can only extend a PGWP if we tell you that you can. If this happens, you have to apply on paper to extend your PGWP for it to be extended to its full length.

Special cases

If you’re in any of these groups, you may be eligible for a PGWP.

Accelerated programs

If you complete your study program in less time than the normal length of the program, you may be eligible for a PGWP valid for the full length of your program.

For example, if you complete a 1 year study program in 8 months, you may be able to get a PGWP valid for 1 year.

Distance learning

If distance learning makes up less than 50% of your study program, you may be eligible for a PGWP. The length of the PGWP would match the length of your program, including both in-class and distance courses. Any distance courses completed outside Canada won’t be included in the length of the PGWP.

If distance learning makes up more than 50% of your study program, you aren’t eligible for a PGWP.

Taking leave from your studies

You may not be eligible for a PGWP if

  • you take an unauthorized leave from your study program and
  • we find you didn’t meet the conditions of your study permit by taking this leave

There are a few cases where you may be able to take an authorized leave of up to 150 days from your study program and still meet the conditions of your study permit. If your leave is authorized, you may still be eligible for a PGWP. Find out what counts as an authorized leave from your studies.

Transfers between schools

If you transferred between designated learning institutions (DLIs)

The combined length of your studies must be at least 8 months to be eligible.

If you transferred from a non-DLI to a DLI

Only the time you spend studying at the DLI will be counted. You must spend at least 8 months at the DLI to be eligible for a PGWP.

Canadian study programs with an overseas component

If your study program has an overseas component, you may be eligible for a PGWP as long as you earn a credit from a Canadian school for it. The PGWP will only be valid for the length of the time you studied in Canada.

Flight school graduates

To be eligible for a PGWP, a flight school graduate must meet all the eligibility listed above, and 1 of the following:

  • have completed a flight training course at a DLI training centre and now have a Canadian commercial pilot’s license
  • have or be in the process of getting an instructor’s rating and a job offer as a flight instructor from a DLI flight training centre

Graduates of certain Quebec schools

Quebec graduates of vocational and professional training programs must meet the conditions listed below.

Institution

You must have graduated from a recognized

  • public secondary school
  • private secondary school
  • private post-secondary school

Degrees, diplomas and certificates

To be eligible, degrees, diplomas and certificates must be issued by the Gouvernement du Québec .

  • from public or private secondary schools
    • “ diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP) ” (diploma in vocational studies)
    • “ attestation de spécialisation professionnelle (ASP) ” (attestation of vocational specialization)
  • from private post-secondary schools
    • “ diplôme d’études collégiales (DEC) ” (diploma in college studies)
    • “ attestation d’études collégiales (AEC) ” (attestation of college studies)

Program length

The program you attended and completed must have been full-time, and for at least 8 months if you completed a “ diplôme d’études collégiales (DEC) ” or an “ attestation d’études collégiales (AEC) ”.

If you completed a “ diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP) ” or an “ attestation de spécialisation professionnelle (ASP) ” it must be at least 900 hours.

Supporting documents

When you apply for a PGWP, you must include

  • an official letter from the school that confirms the length of the study program (in hours or months) and the program code and either
    • the certificate or official document that confirms you completed your program
    • an official transcript from a Quebec school board or recognized private school

Прямая и косвенная речь. Согласование времен упражнение №7

Выберите правильный вариант.

1. Canada is a huge country, second in size only to Russia, ______ it?

2. In big cities you’ll find restaurants, coffee shops and snack bars to suit every pocket, ______ ?

won’t it
won’t you
doesn’t it
do you

3. If you go camping, you will be able to see a lot of wild animals, ______ ?

won’t you
do you
don’t you
should they

4. The polar bear can be found in the North, ______ it?

5. Everything that’s happened in this shop has almost happened by accident, ______ ?

does it
don’t they
has it
hasn’t it

6. The flat they bought was very expensive, ______ ?

is it
isn’t it
wasn’t it
was it

7. You don’ like hamburgers, ______ ?

do you
are you
aren’t you
don’t you

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8. You are going to France next week, ______ ?

are you
will you
aren’t you
won’t you

9. Last night we had a good time, ______ ?

had we
hadn’t we
didn’t we
didn’t you

10. It’s not hot today, ______ ?

isn’t it
is it
wasn’t
was it

11. You can’t use a word processor, ______ ?

can I
you can
can’t you
can you

12. You won’t tell anyone about it, ______ ?

won’t you
will you
do you
don’t you

13. We don’t have to go yet, ______ ?

do we
don’t we
haven’t we
have you

14. I am so stupid, ______ ?

am I
is I
aren’t I
are I

15. You haven’t met my mother, ______ ?

haven’t you
have you
are you
did you

16. They didn’t like the play, ______ ?

are they
don’t they
didn’t they
did they

17. You want to go out tonight, ______ ?

do you
don’t you
will you
aren’t you

18. They had too much to drink, ______ ?

hadn’t they
had they
did they
didn’t they

19. That blouse is lovely, ______ ?

isn’t it
was it
wasn’t it
is it

20. You are not enjoying the party, ______ ?

do you
are you
aren’t you
were you

21. That was superb, ______ ?

does it
was it
wasn’t it
is it

22. Dick, you couldn’t lend me five dollars, ______ ?

could you
couldn’t you
could I
couldn’t I

23. You don’t know where my keys are, ______ ?

are you
do you
don’t you
did you

24. Mary, you haven’t got an English dictionary, ______ ?

do you
haven’t you
is it
have you

25. Excuse me, you couldn’t do me a favour, ______ ?

could you
could I
do you
don’t you

Why Aren’t You Or Why Are You Not?

Hi,
Personally, I would use the second one, though both are correct.

You may be interested in the opinion of Mesdames Celce-Murcia and Larsen-Freeman, who wrote The Grammar Book.

They believe that the contracted version often has a negative feeling. Their example:

Why didn’t you do the work? You should have!

The two scholars feel that «Why did you not do the work?» is «formal and more neutral.»

If we accept their opinion, then maybe «Why aren’t you going to do that this month?» = You promised me that you would!
I’m very disappointed in you!
**********

But another scholar, Mr. L.G. Alexander in his Longman English Grammar, says that we use the full form (no contraction)

when we wish to express anger, surprise, etc. His example:

Have I not asked you again and again to be here on time?

If we accept his opinion, then maybe «Why are you not going to do that this month?» expresses anger or surprise.

Who is correct? The two ladies or the gentleman? Of course, I do not know. Hopefully, an expert will tell us.

B. Write the full form (she is / we are not etc.).

7. we aren’t . we are not 9. you’re…….. 11. it isn’t…………

8. I’m ……. 10. they aren’t…… 12. she’s ……… 13. he isn’t 14. You aren’t ….

2. Put in am, is or are.

1 The weather . is very nice today. 8 This castle one thousand years old.

3 This case very heavy. 9 My brother and I good tennis

4 These cases very heavy. players.

5 The dog asleep. 10 Ann at home but her children

6 Look! There Carol. at school.

7 I hot. Can you open the window, please?

8 11. I a student. My sister an architect.

3. Write full sentences. Use am/is/are each time.

1 (my shoes very dirty) . My shoes are very dirty

2 (my bed very comfortable) My

3 (your cigarettes in your bag)

4 (I not very happy today)

5 (this restaurant very expensive)

6 (the shops not open today)

7 (Mr Kelly’s daughter six years old)

8 (the houses in this street very old)

9 (the examination not difficult)

10 (those flowers very beautiful)

4. Write positive or negative sentences. Use am / am not / is / isn’t / are / aren’t.

1 (Paris / the capital of France) Paris is the capital of France

2 (I / interested in football) I’m not interested in football

4 (it / warm today) It . today.

5 (Rome / in Spain) Rome .

6 (I / afraid of dogs) I .

7 (my hands / cold) My .

8 (Canada / a very big country)

9 (the Amazon / in Africa)

10 (diamonds / cheap)

11 (motor-racing / a dangerous sport)

12 (cats / big animals)

YOU

Here is your first project. Make a project about YOU.

· Give some information about yourself.

· Show some of your favourite things.

UNIT 2

JOBS & HOBBIES

1. Look at the names of the professions. Pair up. Try to guess from the mime of your partner what the job is:

secretary; hairdresser; photographer; singer; boss; model; actor; farmer; policeman; teacher; computer programmer; pilot; driver; salesman; homemaker; police officer.

Choosing a Career

Pre-reading task: What jobs, do you think, are the most prestigious ones in this country these days? What is your dream job?

Work is one of the essential things that we must do through our lifetime. There are many reasons for people to work. We can also say that we work because of the money.

Money is one of these factors, which make people go out for a job. But maybe it is not the only or not the main reason why people enjoy working all day. Respect and learning are the two primary reasons that make people to work.

First of all, working can help people win respectsfrom others. No one would like a healthy person who depends on family or society to support for a lifetime. Otherwise, he or she is like a parasite in our life. In society, every one needs to work for the family, for the community and for the country. For example, a housewife need take care of the house and the kids, and as a housewife and a mother, she gains respects from husband and kids; an employee, after fulfilling his or her job, receives compliments from the boss; a military mandefends his country, and he deserves the rewards from the nation. In this sense, working helps people recognize their valuesand win respects as a human being in society.

Secondly, the other main reason for people to work is that we can learn and develop ourselves through working. To begin with, when we work, we usually meet other people and co-operate with each other. At this point, we sometimes become a supporter of someone. This can help people to get through the strict life. We also learn how to work together effectively and can adapt to the modern world more easily by doing work together. We work in order to know how toget through the harsh lifewith other people, get honor from other people, and feel achievement through our work. Workplace is a very important place to make friends for us, especially in fast pace life nowadays. In working, we can learn from one another. We can communicate the information, which we get individually, we can ask for advice from our colleagues and we can share the experience with our workmates. In this way, we could learn faster than we learn alone due to our limited energy. Compared to staying at home alone, working makes us have more friends and more skills. So when we face difficulties, we have more ability and courage, we feel stronger to conquerthem. Besides, in a certain extent, working can be viewedas one kind of exercises in our life – keeping working prevents us from being lazy.

In conclusion, there are a lot of reasons for people to work. Different persons have different motivations for work. People work because they know how to work together fluently, they want to get respect and honor from other people, and they want to feel achievement about their work.

VOCABULARY

essential —основной

through our lifetime –в течение жизни

to go out for a job – начинать работать

primary— первичный

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to win respects –заслужить уважение

to support for a lifetime –поддерживать кого-то (материально) в течение всей жизни

otherwise —иначе, по-другому

work for –работать на кого-то

housewife— домохозяйка

to gain respects – заслужить уважение

employee — сотрудник

to fulfill one’s job –выполнять свою работу

to receive compliments– получать комплименты

military man — военный

reward —вознаграждение

values— ценности

learn and develop ourselves through working– учиться и развиваться посредством работы

co-operate with– сотрудничать с

to get through the strict (harsh) life –справляться с трудностями жизни

to get honor from –получать почести от

to feel achievement through our work– чувствовать, что добиваешься каких-то результатов, делая свою работу

workplace –место работы

to make friends– заводить друзей

workmate —товарищ по работе

compared to –в сравнении с

to face difficulties –сталкиваться с трудностями

to conquer— завоевывать

to be viewed— рассматриваться

fluently– бегло, быстро

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What is the correct grammar «you weren’t» or «you wasn’t» ?

If you were saying You weren’t/wasn’t here today, which one would you use? x

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«Were» is used, pretty much on a 50-50 basis, w/ «you» or «they.» «You» is typically singular; «they» is always plural. Hence, the confusion in using wasn’t or weren’t w/ «you.» We see «you» as singular and think: «I was, I wasn’t, etc. » because it’s singular in our minds. but it’s a mental mix-up. your ear should tell you what sounds right.

Unit 38. Have you? / Are you? / Don’t you? etc.

  • In conversation, you can say have you? / is it? / can’t he? etc. to show that you are interested or surprised. You can use these verbs in this way:

am/is/are was/were have/has do/does/did can will.

— ‘You’re late.’ ‘Oh, am I? I’m sorry.’
— ‘I was ill last week.’ ‘Were you? I didn’t know that.’
— ‘It’s raining again.’ ‘Is it? It was sunny five minutes ago.’

— ‘Bill can’t drive.’ ‘Can’t he? I didn’t know that.’
— ‘I’m not hungry.’ ‘Aren’t you? I am.’
— ‘Sue isn’t at work today.’ ‘Isn’t she? Is she ill?’

Настоящее простое время глагола «to be» (Отрицательные и вопросительные предложения). Present Simple Tense of «to be» (Negative and Interrogative sentences)

Здесь вы можете пройти урок на тему: Настоящее простое время глагола «to be» (Отрицательные и вопросительные предложения). Present Simple Tense of «to be» (Negative and Interrogative sentences).

В этом уроке мы продолжаем знакомиться с глаголом to be, рассматривая его в отрицательных и вопросительных предложениях, так как начинать строить более сложные предложения в английском лучше именно с глагола to be.

Считается, что глагол to be единственный глагол, который может самостоятельно образовывать свои отрицательные и вопросительные предложения, не считая некоторых модальных глаголов (can, must, may и т.д.) Все остальные глаголы в английском языке нуждаются в помощи вспомогательных глаголов do или does. Рассмотрим на примере:

(+)* They are in England. — Они (находятся) в Англии.
(?) Are they in England? — (Находятся ли ) Они в Англии?
(+) They live in England. — Они живут в Англии.
(?) Do they live in England? — Живут ли они в Англии?

(+) Clare is a doctor. — Клэр — врач.
(?) Is Clare a doctor? — Клэр — доктор?/ Является ли Клэр врачом?
(+) Clare works in a hospital. — Клэр работает в больнице.
(?) Does Clare work in a hospital? — Работает ли Клэр в больнице?

* Здесь и далее утвердительные предложения обозначаются знаком (+), отрицательные — знаком (-), и вопросительные — (?).

Английские вопросы и отрицания отличаются от русских построением предложений или порядком слов в них. Так, например, если в русском языке порядок слов в вопросе может оставаться таким же, как и в утвердительном предложении, но с вопросительным знаком в конце, то в английском, как правило, изменяется и порядок слов. Например:

(+) Ему 16 лет. — He is 16 years old.
(?) Ему 16 лет? — Is he 16 years old?

Чтобы лучше понять, как правильно образовывать отрицательные и вопросительные предложения с глаголом to be в Настоящем простом времени (Present Simple), рассмотрим разные формы предложений по отдельности.

1. Для выражения отрицания в английских предложениях к глаголу to be добавляется частица «not» (не). В предложениях глагол to be можно соединяться с частицей not, или с местоимением, образовывая сокращения. Например:

I am not = I’m not — я не
you are not = you’re not = you aren’t — ты/Вы не
he is not = he’s not = he isn’t — он не
she is not = she’s not = she isn’t — она не
it is not = it’s not = it isn’t — он/она (неодушевлённые) не
we are not = we’re not = we aren’t — мы не
they are not = they’re not = they aren’t — они не

Как видно из примеров есть 2 способа сокращения отрицаний с глаголом to be, и оба можно использовать, особенно в устной речи. Однако, сокращение слиянием глагола 1-го лица единственного числа am и отрицательной частицы not, не практикуется, т.е. I amn’t — неправильно.

Как уже отмечалось ранее, для выражения отрицательности в предложениях с глаголом to be нет необходимости использовать вспомогательные глаголы, т.е глагол to be образует отрицательную форму самостоятельно. Рассмотрим на некоторых примерах:

(+) Nancy is a fan of pop music. — Нэнси — фанатка поп-музыки.
(-) Nancy isn’t a fan of pop music. — Нэнси — не фанатка поп-музыки.

(+) You are good at playing chess. — Вы хорошо играете в шахматы.
(-) You aren’t good at playing chess. — Вы не хорошо играете в шахматы.

(+) I ‘m the youngest child in my family. — Я — самый младший ребёнок в семье.
(-) I ‘m not the youngest child in my family. — Я — не самый младший ребёнок в семье.

В английском языке есть одно интересное правило, которое нужно учитывать при составлении отрицательных предложений. В отличие от русских предложений, где может умещаться много отрицаний (Я никому ничего не говорил), в английских предложениях может быть только одно отрицательное слово (I have n’t told anybody anything).

Помимо отрицательной частицы «not», в английском есть ещё целый ряд слов, придающих предложению отрицательность, и использующихся после глагола to be. Например, never (никогда), hardly ever (почти никогда), nobody (никто), nothing (ничего), no (нет), neither. nor. (ни. ни. ), и т.д. Давайте рассмотрим несколько наглядных примеров:

I ‘m not late./ I am never late. — Я не опоздал./ Я никогда не опаздываю.
There isn’t a person in the room./ There is nobody in the room. — Нет ни души в комнате./ Нет никого в комнате.
He isn’t on hol >hardly ever on hol >не в отпуске./ Он почти никогда не бывает в отпуске.
Sam isn’t a footballer. And he isn’t a fan of football./ Sam is neither a footballer, nor a fan of football. — Сэм не футболист. И он не фанат футбола./ Сэм ни футболист, ни фанат футбола.
There aren’t any chairs in this hall.= There are no chairs in this hall. — В этом холле нет ни одного стула.

Иногда отрицания с глаголом to be встречаются в английских пословицах или высказываниях.

Пословицы (Proverbs) :
It ’s not worth crying over spilt milk. — Нет смысла плакать над пролитым молоком./ Что упало, то пропало./ После драки кулаками не машут.
It ’s never too late. — Никогда не поздно.

Цитаты известных людей (Quotes) :

The important thing is not to stop questioning. (Albert Einstein). — Очень важно не переставать задавать вопросы. (Альберт Эйнштейн)
I am not young enough to know everything. (Oscar Wilde) — Я не достаточно молод, чтобы знать всё. (Оскар Уальд)

2. Самое основное правило построения вопросов в английском основано на изменении порядка слов в предложении. С глаголом to be немного легче строить вопросы, чем с остальными, потому что ему не требуется помощь вспомогательных глаголов do или does. Для формирования вопросительного предложения с глаголом to be следует всего лишь ставить его в начало предложения , т.е. менять местами с существительным. Например:

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(+) He is a brave soldier. — Он смелый солдат.
(?) Is he a brave soldier? — Он смелый солдат?

(+) They are at their friend’s house. — Они в доме своих друзей.
(?) Are they at their friend’s house? — Они в доме своих друзей?

(+) It is hot outside. — На улице жарко.
(?) Is it hot outside? — На улице жарко?

(+) It ‘s eight o’clock now. — Сейчас восемь часов.
(?) Is it eight o’clock now? — Сейчас восемь часов?

(+) Lindsay is the tallest girl in the class. — Линдси самая высокая девочка в классе.
(?) Is Lindsay the tallest girl in the class? — Линдси самая высокая девочка в классе?

Как видно из примеров, в русском языке необязательно менять порядок утвердительного предложения, чтобы получился вопрос, а в английском эта перемена необходима. Также данные примеры представляют только общий вопрос в английском, требующий короткого ответа: да или нет. Например:

(?) Are you hungry? — Yes , I am./ — No , I’m not. — Вы голодны? -Да./ -Нет.
(?) Is this present for me? — Yes , it is./ — No , it isn’t. — Этот подарок для меня? -Да./ -Нет.

Эти примеры показывают ещё одно различие между английским и русским языком. В то время как в русском языке достаточно кратко ответить да или нет на обычный вопрос, в английском языке краткие ответы обязательно включают глагол, использованный в вопросе и соответствующее по смыслу местоимение. Также учитывается тот фактор, утвердительный ответ или отрицательный. Для большей наглядности давайте рассмотрим ещё несколько примеров:

(?) Is he always late? -Yes, he is./ -No, he isnt. — Он всегда опаздывает? -Да./ -Нет.
(? ) Are they from Spain? -Yes, they are./ -No, they aren’t. — Они из Испании? -Да./ -Нет.
(?) Is your mum a lawyer? -Yes, she is./ -No,she isn’t. — Твоя мама юрист? -Да./ -Нет.
(?) Are you and your friend Greek? -Yes, we are./ -No, we aren’t. — Вы с твоим другом греки? -Да./ -Нет.

Помимо общих вопросов, в английском есть и другая категория — специальный вопрос. Это те вопросы, которые начинаются со специальных вопросительных слов what (что?), who (кто?), when (когда?), where (где? куда?), why (почему?), whom (кого?), which (который), whose (чей?), how many/ how much (сколько), и требуют более конкретного ответа. Иногда их также называют «Wh-questions» (вопросы, начинающиеся с букв Wh). Если мы хотим задать специальный вопрос, то вопросительные слова ставятся перед глаголом to be. Например:

(?) What is your job? -I’m a nurse. — Что у Вас за работа?/Чем Вы занимаетесь? -Я-медсестра.
(?) Who is on duty today? -Alex is. — Кто сегодня на дежурстве? -Алекс.
(?) Where is Pascal from? -She is from Canada. — Откуда родом Паскаль? -Она из Канады.
(?) Which is your favourite colour? -It’s light blue. — Какой твой любимый цвет? -Светло-голубой.
(?) Why is she here? -Because, she is the part of the family. — Почему она здесь? -Потому что она член семьи.
(?) When is Jane’s birthday? -It’s in May. — Когда день рождения Джейн? -В мае.
(?) How much are these jeans? -They’re 99 pounds. — Сколько стоят эти джинсы? -Они 99 фунтов.

Интересно, что вопросительные предложения могут быть одновременно и отрицательными . Например:

(?) Isn’t it cold outside? — Не холодно ли снаружи?
(?) Why aren’t you at school? — Почему ты не в школе?
(?) Aren’t you hungry? — Не голоден ли ты?

Таким образом, мы рассмотрели употребление глагола to be в различных видах предложений. Если повторять время от времени правила и стараться самим составлять свои примеры утвердительных, вопросительных или отрицательных предложений с глаголом to be в Настоящем простом времени, то будет легче научиться составлять предложения и с другими глаголами.

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Тесты (Blue Level Quiz)

Первый уровень — тест #5 — Настоящее длительное время (Ответы — Answers)

Первый уровень — тест #5 — Настоящее длительное время (Ответы — Answers)
Part A.

Завершите каждое предложение, вставив в пропущенные места глагол в правильной форме настоящего длительного времени.

1. He is taking the bus to work today. (take)

2. The stores at that mall are hiring new employees. (hire)

3. My mother is visiting me next month. (visit)

4. We are having lunch right now. (have)

5. My car is making strange noises. (make)

6. Martha is doing her shopping for the week. (do)

7. Is he still sleeping? (sleep)

8. What are you growing in your garden? (grow)

9. Are they meeting you at the airport? (meet)

10. My children are being very good today. (be)

Part B.

Сделайте каждое предложение отрицательным в настоящем длительном времени.

1. She isn’t working there anymore. (work)

2. I’m not laughing at what you said. (laugh)

3. They aren’t studying English anymore. (study)

4. You aren’t having much fun, are you? (have)

5. The housekeepers aren’t cleaning the room right now. (clean)

6. We aren’t doing anything this weekend. (do)

7. The people from Romania aren’t coming today. (come)

8. I’m not buying a new car this year. (buy)

9. Aren’t you working today? (work)

10. Why isn’t he helping you? (help)

Part C.

Спрягайте глагол «go» в настоящем длительном времени (5 пунктов)

Единственное
I am going

You are going

He is going

She is going

It is going

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