FUTURE POSSIBILITY

THESE ARE THE QUESTIONS WE WORKED ON IN CLASS. CHECK WITH YOUR NOTEBOOK TO PRACTICE FOR THE EXAM.

Decide whether the following statements are true or false. Explain your choice.

  1. All of these: may not, might not and could not all have the same meaning.
  2. The contracted form of may not is mayn’t.
  3. No, I might not. is the correct answer for the question Do you think you will have a problem?
  4. The sentence Luis maybe late tonight. is correct.
  5. The question Might I see you tomorrow? can be used to ask about future possibility.
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FOURTH TERM TOPICS

PICTURES FOR PET SPEAKING

canoe2 london newbaby arrivals2 redcard bigfishtrophy barbequejapan bushhospitalvisit barbeque2 astronauts waitingfortheplane hospitalvisit

Reading PET practice

http://www.englishaula.com/en/pet-exam-reading-cambridge-preliminary-english-test-video-lessons-practice-tests-exercises.php

Listening PET practice

http://www.englishaula.com/en/pet-exam-listening-cambridge-preliminary-english-test-video-lessons-practice-tests-exercises.php

Another Catalog Poem

The coffee smell swirls in the kitchen
The cereal bounces on the bowl and drowns in a white pool.
The mist of a hot bath that washes away my drowse.
Every morning a long trip and the stories that I read.
Then a mentorship to young minds avid of knowledge and fun
Then another trip and a short nap
When dusk comes, healthy exercise
At night some tea to sleep and a good night kiss.

by Juan Pablo Vanegas

PET PRACTICE 3

http://www.examenglish.com/PET/pet_for_schools_reading_part1.htm