Fill the gaps with the correct tenses.
1. I have been learning English for seven years now.
2. But last year I was not working hard enough for English, that's why my marks were not really that good then. 3. As I want to pass my English exam successfully next year, I am going to study harder this term. 4. During my last summer holidays, my parents sent me on a language course to London. 5. It was great and I think I have learned a lot.
6. Before I went to London, I had not enjoyed learning English. 7. But while I was doing the language course, I met lots of young people from all over the world. 8. There I noticed how important it is to speak foreign languages nowadays. 9. Now I have much more fun learning English than I had before the course. 10. At the moment I am revising English grammar.
11. And I have already begun to read the texts in my English textbooks again. 12. I think I will do one unit every week.
13. My exam is on 15 May, so there is not any time to be lost. 14. If I pass my exams successfully, I will start an apprenticeship in September. 15. And after my apprenticeship, maybe I will go back to London to work there for a while. 16. As you can see, I have become a real London fan already.
Fill the gaps with the correct tenses (active or passive voice).
1. In the year 122 AD, the Roman Emperor Hadrian visited his provinces in Britain. 2. On his visit, the Roman soldiers told him that Pictish tribes from Britain's north had attacked them. 3. So Hadrian gave the order to build a protective wall across one of the narrowest parts of the country. 4. After 6 years of hard work, the Wall was finished in 128. 5. It was 117 kilometres long and about 4 metres high.
6. The Wall was guarded by 15,000 Roman soldiers.
7. Every 8 kilometres there was a large fort in which up to 1,000 soldiers found shelter. 8. The soldiers watched over the frontier to the north and checked the people who wanted to...