Task 4: 2nd Mar 2021
Speaking Task
Find a speaking partner and upload audio covering the given conversation on your dashboard. Once completed write completed in the comment box.
A: "Hey Jason. What are you doing this Friday?"
B: "I'm going to go to the driving range cause I'm playing golf on Saturday."
A: "You're golfing without me? What's up with that?"
B: "Sorry man, but we already have a foursome. I'm going with a couple of guys from work."
A: "Where are you playing?"
B: "Washington National. Have you been there yet?"
A: "I've been there a couple of times. It's a great course. You know the Huskies play there right?"
B: "I didn't know that. Is it a hard course?"
A: "It's pretty challenging. But it all depends on which tee you play from."
B: "What are you shooting these days?"
A: "I'm still hovering around a bogey game."
B: "Still better than me. I'm still trying to hit a bogey game. Do you want to hit the driving range with me?"
A: "I can't this Friday. I'm playing basketball with the guys that night."
B: "At night?"
A: "Yeah. We're playing indoors at a school gymnasium."
B: "What's the occasion?"
A: "Just a small league I play on. Nothing special."
B: "I'm too short to play basketball."
A: "You're not that short. Plus, we have a couple of guys who are the same height as you. They're awesome players."
B: "I never got into basketball. It's fun and all, but maybe I'm just not good at it."
A: "It's still great exercise. I get a better workout from basketball than I do from the treadmill."
B: "That's true."

Task 3: 4th Mar 2021
Listening Task
Listen to the audio and write a description in the comment box.

Task 2: 4th Mar 2021
Verbs
Fill in the blanks with the correct form (V1, V2, V3) of the verb given in the bracket.

01. He _______ (want) to become an IAS officer.

02. Raju _______ (go) to market yesterday.

03. Latha _______ (weep) bitterly on her father’s death.

04. I have ______ (complete) my homework just now.

05. Ramya _______ (be) a student.

06. Maggie has _______ (bring) a new car.

07. We had ______ (reach) the airport by 9 O’clock.

08. She _____ (pass) her SSC in 2008.

09. Sita was cooking when I ______ (go) to the office.

10. They had already ______ (arrive) when we ______ (reach) there.

11. I will ______ (pass) the examination this time.

12. We _______ (be) students.

13. It has just _____ (rain).

14. He _____ (draw) it very well.

15. They _______ (catch) the thieves very bravely.

16. She _____ (has) her breakfast. Then she ______ (leave) for the college.

17. They sometimes ______ (watch) movies.

18. Raj ______ (meet) his family last year.

19. Rain ______ (be) the important source of water.

20. She ______ (fall) asleep while she was watching TV.

Task 1: 4th Mar 2021
Subject-Verb Agreement
Choose the correct form of the verb that agrees with the subject.

1. Annie and her brothers (is, are) at school.

2. Either my mother or my father (is, are) coming to the meeting.

3. The dog or the cats (is, are) outside.

4. Either my shoes or your coat (is, are) always on the floor.

5. George and Tamara (doesn't, don't) want to see that movie.

6. Benito (doesn't, don't) know the answer.

7. One of my sisters (is, are) going on a trip to France.

8. The man with all the birds (live, lives) on my street.

9. The movie, including all the previews, (take, takes) about two hours to watch.

10. The players, as well as the captain, (want, wants) to win.

11. Either answer (is, are) acceptable.

12. Every one of those books (is, are) fiction.

13. Nobody (know, knows) the trouble I've seen.

14. (Is, Are) the news on at five or six?

15. Mathematics (is, are) John's favorite subject, while Civics (is, are) Andrea's favorite subject.

16. Eight dollars (is, are) the price of a movie these days.

17. (Is, Are) the tweezers in this drawer?

18. Your pants (is, are) at the cleaner's.

19. There (was, were) fifteen candies in that bag. Now there (is, are) only one left!

20. The committee (debates, debate) these questions carefully.

21. The committee members (leads, lead) very different lives in private.

22. The Prime Minister, together with his wife, (greets, greet) the press cordially.

23. All of the CDs, even the scratched one, (is, are) in this case.

Task 4: 2nd Mar 2021
Cloze Passage
In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

Visual experiences can (1)children, teenagers and even adults learn and absorb more due to its highly stimulating and (2)engaging impact. It is for this reason that we are seeing an increase in schools across the globe (3) content provider programmes into their class curriculum to (4) lessons through video. Visual excursions and school collaborations are (5) by advances in high definition video, high fidelity audio and content sharing allowing students to experience a richer and more stimulating learning experience. Schools that have previously transported students to excursions in (6), now face increased transportation costs, higher insurance premiums, attendance costs for the families and strict duty of care policies for students while (7) school property/ Virtual excursions (8) students to improve their presentation, research, learning and speaking skills while they engage in a live learning session. Students also now have the ability to meet peers from many cultures, speak to subject-matter (9) like scientists or authors practise a foreign language with students from another country, and learn about global issues from the (1 of their own classrooms.

1.(a) help (b) aiding
(c) prescribe (d) feature
(e) present

2.(a) plus (b) lonely
(c) ably (d) many
(e) deeply

3.(a) incorporating (b) pressing
(c) following (d) parting
(e) leaving

4.(a) make (b) demand
(c) impart (d) vision
(e) need

5.(a) dissolved (b) enhanced
(c) measured (d) failed
(e) blasted

6.(a) deed (b) total
(c) parent (d) person
(e) lieu

7. (a) involving (b) saving
(c) away (d) off
(e) vacating

8.(a) let (b) enable
(c) present (d) pressure
(e) collect

9.(a) clauses (b) dictionaries
(c) books (d) experts
(e) partners

10.(a) vacancy (b) availability
(c) safety (d) comfortable
(e) gap

About

Daily Tasks will be posted in this Group. Happy Learning !