Working in Pairs, Fill up the Table by Asking Your Partner About What He/ She Does on the Following Days and Times. - English - Communicative

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Answer in Brief

(A) Working in pairs, fill up the table by asking your partner about what he/ she does on the following days and times.

Day 7.00 am 1.00 pm 6.00 pm
Sunday      
Monday      
Tuesday      
Wednesday      
Thursday      
Friday      
Saturday    

 (B) Write a brief account of his/her actions on the specified times and days, in the
space below. Ask further questions, if necessary. Use the simple past/past
perfect tense to write your description.
e.g. (a) Rani visited the zoo on Sunday.
(b) She had.finished all her homework by 5. 00 am on that day.

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Solution

(A) Meant for working in pairs at class level. The table is filled in with the relevant information.

Day 7.00 am. 1.00 pm 6.00 pm
Sunday wake up visited the Mall to see a’ picture played tennis
Monday getting ready for school attending classes homework
Tuesday getting ready for school reading in library playing with friends
Wednesday getting ready for school attending classes homework
Thursday getting ready for school studying seeing TV
Friday getting ready for school taking lunch playing
Saturday getting ready for school extra-curricular activities

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Students may make sentences in the Simple Past Tense and Past Perfect Tense to cover the activities given in the weekdays chart as per the examples given below :

Sunday1. Rani woke up at 7.00 am.
— Before that she had slept well.
2. Rani visited the Mall to see a picture at 1.00 pm.
— She had telephoned her friend Minu at 12.30 pm.
3. Rani played tennis at 6.00 pm.
— She had invited her friend Dipti at 5.30 to her home to play.

Concept: Writing and Grammar
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Chapter 1.1: Verb Forms - Exercises [Page 3]

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