Answer the questions below.
1 Can you drive a car?
2 If you can drive, do you like driving? Why or why not?
3 If you can’t drive, would you like to? Why or why not?
Look at the pictures. Select one sentence that does not describe it.
When we tell stories, we often use as and when to join the past continuous and the past simple together in the same sentence.
We do this to show that one event happened while another event was in progress.
Study the example sentences with as and when above. Then, select the correct word to complete the rules.
1 _____ usually comes between the two parts of the sentence.
2 ____ usually comes at the beginning of the past continuous part of the sentence.
3 In sentences with ‘as’, we _____ a comma if the past continuous part comes first.
Use the table below to make notes about an accident. It can be:• an accident that happened to you• an accident that you saw• an accident that you heard about
Tell your story.
Example About two years ago, as I was standing on the street,
I saw a woman fall off her bicycle. She was…