April 21 When transforming statements, check whether you have to change: pronouns; present tense verbs [3rd person singular (3. pöördes lisandub verbi lõppu lihtolevikus +S)]; word order (questions; requests and orders). 1. 2. 3. 4. Brenda says, ``I’m sure my key is in that drawer.“ ``My granny tells us stories about her childhood,“ says Bob. ``My mother is teaching me to swim,“ says Ken. Bill says, ``I prefer chocolate but my sister prefers candies.“ 1. 2. 3. 4. Brenda says (that) she is sure her key is in that drawer. Bob says (that) his granny tells them stories about her childhood. Ken says (that) his mother is teaching him to swim. Bill says (that) he prefers chocolate but his sister prefers candies. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Susan asks, ``Do you like Robert Lewis?“ Sue asks, ``Did Tom do well at his history test?“ Jack asks Joe, ``Can you open the window?“ Mum asks us, ``Have you packed your things for the journey?“ John asks Mary, ``Do you like American football or soccer?“ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Susan asks if I like Robert Lewis. Sue asks if Tom did well at his history test. Jack asks Joe if he can open the window. Mum asks us if we have packed our things for the journey. John asks Mary whether she likes American football or soccer. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Julia asks Gliff, ``What are you reading?“ Leslie asks Tom, ``How do you cope with three dogs?“ ``How did Ted get a black eye?“ Mia asks Ted’s brother. ``How many people live in the U.S today?“ Tom asks his history teacher. ``What did you do in your Germany class yesterday?“ Rose’s mother asks Rose. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Julia asks Gliff what he is reading. Leslie asks Tom how he copes with three dogs. Mia asks Ted’s brother how Ted got a black eye. Tom asks his history teacher how many people live in the U.S today. Rose’s mother asks Rose what she (they) did in her (their) Germany class yesterday. 1. 2. 3. 4. Mary says, ``Jack, don’t put your feet on the table!“ Susan says to her mother, ``Can you help me with that.“ Jack says, ``John, will you pass the photos round, please?“ The secretary says, ``Leave it on the doorstep!“ 1. 2. 3. 4. Mary tells Jack not to put his feet on the table. Susan asks her mother to help her with something. Jack asks John to pass the photos round. The secretary tells to leave it on the doorstep.