Lesson 9d

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LESSON 9: EXERCISE LESSON

9.2 Repeat each sentence.

9.2a
Complete the following sentences with “with him.”
I am annoyed (I am annoyed with him.) / He is annoyed (He is annoyed with him.) / You are annoyed (You are annoyed with him.) / We are annoyed (We are annoyed with him.) / They are annoyed (They are annoyed with him.)

Complete the following sentences with “to be questioned about it.”
I was annoyed (I was annoyed to be questioned about it.) / She was annoyed (She was annoyed to be questioned about it.) / You were annoyed (You were annoyed to be questioned about it.) / We were annoyed (We were annoyed to be questioned about it.) / They were annoyed (They were annoyed to be questioned about it.)

Complete the following sentences with “if they are arrested.”
I will be annoyed (I will be annoyed if they are arrested.) / He will be annoyed (He will be annoyed if they are arrested.) / You will be annoyed (You will be annoyed if they are arrested.) / We will be annoyed (We will be annoyed if they are arrested.) / They will be annoyed (They will be annoyed if they are arrested.)

9.2b
Complete the following sentences with “want to make them sick.”
I don’t (I don’t want to make them sick.) / He doesn’t (He doesn’t want to make them sick.) / You don’t (You don’t want to make them sick.) / We don’t (We don’t want to make them sick.) / They don’t (They don’t want to make them sick.)

Complete the following sentences with “want to make them famous.”
I didn’t (I didn’t want to make them famous.) / She didn’t (She didn’t want to make them famous.) / You didn’t (You didn’t want to make them famous.) / We didn’t (We didn’t want to make them famous.) / They didn’t (They didn’t want to make them famous.)

Complete the following sentences with “to make the children well.”
I will want (I will want to make the children well.) / She will want (She will want to make the children well.) / You will want (You will want to make the children well.) / We will want (We will want to make the children well.) / They will want (They will want to make the children well.)

9.2c
Complete the following sentences with “alone each morning.”
I arrive (I arrive alone each morning.) / He arrives (He arrives alone each morning.) / You arrive (You arrive alone each morning.) / We arrive (We arrive alone each morning.) / They arrive (They arrive alone each morning.)

Complete the following sentences with “before it was complete.”
I arrived (I arrived before it was complete.) / She arrived (She arrived before it was complete.) / You arrived (You arrived before it was complete.) / We arrived (We arrived before it was complete.) / They arrived (They arrived before it was complete.)

Complete the following sentences with “tomorrow morning.”
I will arrive (I will arrive tomorrow morning.) / She will arrive (She will arrive tomorrow morning.) / You will arrive (You will arrive tomorrow morning.) / We will arrive (We will arrive tomorrow morning.) / They will arrive (They will arrive tomorrow morning.)