THE PASSIVE (1B2)

THESE ARE SOME NEWS STORIES I COULD FIND IN NEWSPAPERS LAST YEAR… AS YOU CAN SEE THE PASSIVE IS USED IN A VARIETY OF TENSES…..3297

Podemos deputy Carolina Bescansa was condemned by conservatives and feminists alike after bringing her baby to work1452588446_469113_1452601380_noticia_fotograma

TEN people were killed and 15 wounded in a suspected terrorist attack in the main tourist hub of Turkey’s largest city Istanbul.

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Carles Puigdemont was elected with 62 votes from Junts pel Sí and eight from the CUP in an unusually brief session.

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Princess Cristina will be tried   as accomplice in open court in January 2016 for tax fraud.

She could be jailed for up to 6.5 years.

THE PASSIVE IS VERY OFTEN USED IN THE NEWS

WHEN DO WE USE THE PASSIVE?

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REMEMBER TO READ THE GRAMMAR ON PAGE 147 AND DO THE PRACTICE EXERCISES ABOUT THE PASSIVE  FOR NEXT WEDNESDAY.

CAN YOU FIND ANY OTHER NEWS STORIES IN NEWSPAPERS WHERE THE PASSIVE IS USED?

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Posted on March 20, 2017, in DOCTOR GRAMMAR and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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