1) Wind speeds reached ninety miles an hour in some places.
2) Someone ought to wash those dishes right away.
3) The directives will be shown to us.
4) Many people could have been killed during that dangerous trick.
5) Mushroom was highly prized by the Romans.
1) The furniture was broken up for firewood.
2) The Beatles were an English rock band formed in Liverpool, in 1960.
3) Everything possible was done to get things back to normal.
4) My boss told me to send the check to a Nigerian bank account.
5) Animals and slaves were sometimes given samples of mushrooms to test their reactions.
1) Someone must have picked it up by mistake.
2) The tree had been decorated with colourful balloons.
3) Two of the climbers were injured. A
4) How stupid of you to have invited that boring person!
5) The old myths of cooking mushrooms with a silver coin or spoon have not been substantiated.
1) Nuclear power stations are thought to be dangerous.
2) Have the janitor arrange for the plumber to deal with the blockage.
3) This surgeon is considered to be a brilliant practitioner.
4) These flowers should be planted in a sunny place.
5) The singer Michael Jackson was dubbed the King of Pop.
1) He is thought to have been on holiday.
2) The flight must have been postponed because of the fog.
3) The Board offered the manager’s job to Simon.
4)The article had translated in thirteen languages.
5) One of Michael Jackson’s gloves was sold for $200,000 in Los Angeles.
1) The world-famous opera Aida was written by Verdi.
2) These books must have returned within a fortnight.
3) Alice badly hurt by his words.
4) He was fired for his irresponsibility.
5) When dubbed into English, a lot of the original meaning of foreign films is lost in the translation.
1) How many invitation cards were sent yesterday?
2) Even the best students frequently make this mistake.
3) Glenn Miller was killed in an air crash in England.
4) Bread is bought at the baker’s.
5) In 1921, Chaplin was awarded by the French government for his outstanding work as a filmmaker.
1) She needs be taken care of.
2)The design had spoiled and it was good for nothing.
3) That wonderful picture had looked at with admiration.
4) The work was done with due care and understanding.
5) John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th US President, was assassinated in 1963, in Dallas, Texas.
1) Were you offered that job?
2) No major decision was taking without his father’s knowledge or advice.
3) I was given five shillings change at the shop.
4) Is this academic journal published twice a month?
5) The song «We Are the World» was originally recorded by the supergroup USA for Africa in 1985.
1) He was shot with a rifle.
2) Evidently somebody had informed him of the news before.
3) These consonants pronounced with aspiration.
4) Mr Smith’s lectures were being listened to with interest.
5) No prince of the house of Lancaster betrayed a wish to renew the quarrel with the Church.
1) Did the noise in the next room disturb you last night?
2) The classified research is still being carried out.
3) I was shocked by your attitude.
4) The positive hydrogen atoms are attracted to the negative oxygen atoms. 5) The speaker had tried to urge the crowd forward to show their opposition to the new law.
1) If she hadn’t been so bad-tempered, I might have married her.
2) We Are the World was written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.
3) A ballet school is being built in this district.
4) Friends are needed both for joy and for sorrow.
5) Hemingway’s experiences in Italy during World War I became the material for one of his best-loved novels, A Farewell to Arms.