Short Answers - Exercises

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Exercises

Complete the short answers for the following questions.

  1. Do they know the answer?We simply take the first two words and switch their places.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No,.
  2. Is she tired?We simply take the first two words and switch their places.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No, .
  3. Can he play the piano?We simply take the first two words and switch their places.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No, .
  4. Does Paul speak English?We have to change the subject (Paul) into a pronoun (he). Then the pronoun and the verb switch positions.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No, .
  5. Will it rain tomorrow?We simply take the first two words and switch their places.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No, .
  6. Did the men go out last night?We have to change the subject (men) into a pronoun (they). Then the pronoun and the verb switch positions.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No, .
  7. Have you tidied up the kitchen?We simply take the first two words and switch their places.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No, .
  8. Do I really take after my grandma?We simply take the first two words and switch their places.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No, .
  9. Are you going shopping now?We simply take the first two words and switch their places.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No, .
  10. Are mum and dad in the sitting room?The subject here is mum and dad. We have to change it into a pronoun (they) and move it before the verb.|For negation, to form the short answer we use the contraction: verb + not.
    Yes, .
    No, .