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English Grammar Quizzes 4

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La frase corretta 4

Hai varie frasi in Inglese, alcune con più termini da poter selezionare. Altre devi essere tu a scrivere la parte mancante.
1.
Ella...
2.
Where was Ella’s Japanese cooking course?
3.
How many weeks was Ella’s Japanese cooking course?
4.
At the moment, Jack is learning...
5.
What instrument can’t Jack play well?
6.
How many concerts does Jack plan to see this month?
Dove sei tu a scrivere la parte mancante, la parte stessa è Case Insensitive. Ovvero; non iniziare con la maiuscola se non richiesto dalla grammatica. Il testo contenuto dentro ( ) è per darti un aiuto.

ELLA: Good idea! Do you go to many concerts?
JACK: Oh yes, I love them. I went to six last year, and this year I already have tickets for four
concerts. I’m going to two this month! I’d like to see more, but they are expensive

ELLA: That sounds interesting. Do you play an instrument?
JACK: Well, I played the violin when I was young. I was quite good, but I don’t like classical music. I
like rock music. You don’t usually hear violins in rock music! I tried to learn the guitar, but I was
terrible at it! I tried the drums too. I was quite good at that, but my parents didn’t want me to play
them. They said they’re too noisy. So I decided to learn music technology. Then I can enjoy rock
music without playing it

JACK: It sounds great. I’m doing a course at the college too, at the moment.
ELLA: Are you? What?
JACK: Music technology. I’m learning how to record music and set up microphones at concerts.

JACK: Great! Tell me more about your Japanese cooking course.
ELLA: Well, the classes were every Monday, from seven o’clock until half-past nine. It lasted eight
weeks. At the end, we had a big party. We cooked lots of Japanese food and invited all our families
and friends.

ELLA: I get books from the library, and I watch programmes on television, and last year I did a
Japanese cooking course at the college. And, of course, I study food echnology at school.

JACK: What do you do in your free time, Ella?
ELLA: I love cooking.
JACK: Great! What sort of food do you cook?
ELLA: International food, like Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Italian…
JACK: That’s interesting. How do you learn?
ELLA: I get books from the library, and I watch programmes on television, and last year I did a
Japanese cooking course at the college. And, of course, I study food technology at school.