A handbook and grammar of the Tagalog language by FIRST LIEUT. W.E.W. MACKINLAY

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Not / like) Speaking Tell your partner four things you Uke, don 't like, love and hate doing using the Ideas in the box and your own ideas. 4 • read books • watch TV • do homework • eat vegetables • meet friends • go to the cinema • do housework read 1 I like ................... baseball at the weekend. 2 3 Mary loves .............. books in the evening. My brother doesn't like .............. his room. 4 5 6 Paul hates ..................... letters. My aunt likes ....................... photographs.

He, hi~ Lt\"onritt: prugramme un T\'. li e goes to hed 9) ...... A on 11 o'clock 10) ...... B at C in \\';11< night. "'OOUl t 5 48 j Prepositions of time~ 3 a) Complete the table with phrases from the list. 4 a) Read and fill In the correct preposition of time, • noon • Sunday • the afternoon • nighl • midday • the weekend • 2009 • weekdays • 9 o'clock • half an hour • 23rd January • a quarter past four • midnight • spring a the evening • autumn • 5:30 a November • 20 minutes , at ...................................................

B: Ok, ler's go (go) home then . 2 cook/let's/for/pasta/dinner .................................................................. as In the example. 1 me/the/to/drive/please/ai rport ..................................... ............... Put your notebook in you r bag. , ............... (have) a su rprise party for her. The imperative~ 6 Fill In the gaps with the affirmative or negative imperative of the verbs In the list. • leave (x2) • rem ember • ta ke • drink (x2) 8 1 It's ve ry wa rm swimm ing .

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