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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

a) Read the parable of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10:25-37.

b) Use your knowledge of reported speech to complete the account of ‘Malachi’, the man who was helped by the Good Samaritan.

Remember, in reported speech:

reported speech

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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

Answers:

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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan – Answers
Reading Comprehension – How Much Money Do They Have?

Reading Comprehension – How Much Money Do They Have?

Reading Comprehension – How Much Money Do They Have?

Use only the following information to find the answers:

Tim has £3.47.
He gives £2 to
John, who already had £10.75.
Tim’s sister,
Clare, takes £20 out of the bank and gives half to Lisa.
Lisa spends £4.99 on a t-shirt and gives the rest back to Clare, who then lends £2.50
to
Jalal.
Jalal owes a pound to
his brother, so he gives him three quarters of that.
John gives £5.58 to
Keith, who needs it because he owes a fiver to Kathy.
She puts it with the 68p that she already has in her pocket, then withdraws £60 from
a cashpoint and gives a quarter of that to
Laurie, who spends a third and shares the
rest equally between her cousins, Jalal and
Ruby.

How much money does each person have now?

1. Tim has ________________________________________
2. John has ________________________________________
3. Clare has ________________________________________
4. Lisa has ________________________________________
5. Jalal has ________________________________________
6. Jalal’s brother has ________________________________________
7. Keith has ________________________________________
8. Kathy has ________________________________________
9. Laurie has ________________________________________
10. Ruby has ________________________________________

Answers:

1. Tim has £1.47. 2. John has £7.17. 3. Clare has £12.51. 4. Lisa doesn’t have any
money. 5. Jalal has £6.75. 6. Jalal’s brother has 75p. 7. Keith has 58p. 8. Kathy has
£50.68. 9. Laurie doesn’t have any money. 10. Ruby has £5.

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150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns

150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns

150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns:

150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns

150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns

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150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns:

act
address
aim
answer
attack
balance
bear
benefit
blame
block
blow
broadcast
brush
buy
care
cause
claim
comfort
contrast
control
cook
copy
crack
crash
curl
curve
cut
cycle
design
dislike
display
doubt
drink
email
end
escape
estimate
exchange
excuse
experience
face
fight
film
finish
fish
flood
flow
fold
form
function
guess
guide
heat
help
hold
hope
humour
hurry
increase
influence
insult
interest
joke
judge
jump
kick
kiss
knock
land
laugh
lift
light
limit
link
look
love
march
mark
match
mind
name
need
notice
object
order
paint
place
plane
plant
play
post
process
promise
protest
question
race
rain
record
repair
reply
report
request
rescue
respect
result
return
ring
risk
roll
row
rule
sand
search
shape
shelter
shock
shop
show
sign
signal
silence
sketch
smile
smoke
sound
stamp
start
state
step
sting
stop
struggle
study
suit
supply
support
surprise
taste
test
trade
train
transport
trick
trust
turn
twist
type
use
value
visit

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Do you know when to use on, at, and in?

Improve your use of prepositions in English with our helpful infographic!

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Top Ten Types of Plagiarism (Infographic)

Top Ten Types of Plagiarism (Infographic)

Top Ten Types of Plagiarism (Infographic)

  • Having problems with plagiarism?
  • Are you a teacher whose students seem to be more gifted at copying and pasting online texts than actually thinking  for themselves?
  • Do you feel suspicious when you read your students’ homework and it appears that they have gained native speaker-level writing skills overnight?
  • Are you concerned that your students think you are a fool who won’t be able to spot their blatant cheating?
  • Do you need to learn about or brush up on the most common types of plagiarism?

This really helpful infographic from elearninginfographics via blog.plagiarismsearch.com is here to help! Discover the top ten types of plagiarism, including the classic ‘Mashup’ – where a student brings together words from a variety of sources, and passes this hybrid off as their own work – without the relevant citation.

Top Ten Types of Plagiarism Infographic
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20 English Phrasal Verbs with RUN (Infographic)

20 English Phrasal Verbs with RUN (Infographic)

Improve your English vocabulary by learning and using these 20 English phrasal verbs with RUN:

20 English Phrasal Verbs with RUN (Infographic)

20 English Phrasal Verbs with RUN (Infographic)

20 English Phrasal Verbs with RUN:

run about – run during play
run across – discover
run after – chase
run away – flee
run down – list
run somebody down – criticise
run into somebody – meet accidentally
run into something – encounter a problem
run off – print copies
run off with somebody – elope
run on – keep running
run on – be powered by
run out (of) – have none left
run out on – abandon
run over – hit with a vehicle
run something past somebody – check
run through something – preview
run to – reach a certain amount
run up (a bill) – spend a lot
run with something – accept and support

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FREE Worksheet! Jesus said... Word Chain 1 - Grammar - Alphabet

FREE Worksheet! Jesus said… Word Chain 1 – Grammar – Alphabet

FREE Worksheet! Jesus said… Word Chain 1 – Grammar – Alphabet

Study the Holy Bible and improve your English at the same time with this free printable worksheet from PurlandTraining.com.

In this worksheet we’re focusing on a well-known saying of Jesus. The key skill practised is: grammar. The lesson topic is: alphabet. Full answers are included.

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FREE Worksheet! Jesus said... Word Chain 1 - Grammar - Alphabet

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FREE Worksheet! Grammar - Zacchaeus – Past Simple

FREE Worksheet! Grammar – Zacchaeus – Past Simple

Study the Holy Bible and improve your English at the same time with this free printable worksheet from PurlandTraining.com.

In this worksheet we’re focusing on the story of  Zacchaeus in Luke 19: 1-10. The key skill practised is: grammar. The lesson topic is: past simpleFull answers are included.

Note: this free worksheet is in the public domain, so you are welcome to download, copy, print, and share it. You can even sell it – e.g. in digital or print form – and keep all of the profits! Enjoy!

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FREE Worksheet! Grammar - Zacchaeus – Past Simple

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