Crime Doesn t Pay - Mega goal 2.1 - ثاني ثانوي

Crime Doesn’t Pay

Complete the crossword puzzle. 1 a thief

حل Complete the crossword puzzle. 1 a thief
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Decide if each sentence is active or passive. Write A for Active or P for Passive. 1. She was upset.

حل Decide if each sentence is active or passive. Write A for Active or P for Passive. 1. She was upset.

Unscramble the passive sentences. 1. money /taken / A lot of / the cash register /was/from/

حل Unscramble the passive sentences. 1. money /taken / A lot of / the cash register /was/from/
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Rewrite the active sentences as passive sentences. 1. Bob broke the window.

حل Rewrite the active sentences as passive sentences. 1. Bob broke the window.

Combine the sentences to create one past perfect or past perfect progressive sentence Use before when, and because. 1. (1st) Maha was sleeping (2nd) She heard a knock on the door

حل Combine the sentences to create one past perfect or past perfect progressive sentence Use before when, and because. 1. (1st) Maha was sleeping (2nd) She heard a knock on the door
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Describe what you think had happened or had been happening before the events described below Use the pst perfect or past perfect progressive

حل Describe what you think had happened or had been happening before the events described below Use the pst perfect or past perfect progressive

Complete the newspaper article with the simple past, past perfect, or past perfect progressive The Missing Bag

حل Complete the newspaper article with the simple past, past perfect, or past perfect progressive The Missing Bag
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America's Dumbest Criminals

حل America's Dumbest Criminals
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Reorder the sentences to create the story of a silly burglary. Then answer the question He was wearing a jacket that belonged to the man of the house, and his pockets were full of jewelry and

حل Reorder the sentences to create the story of a silly burglary. Then answer the question He was wearing a jacket that belonged to the man of the house, and his pockets were full of jewelry and
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Look at the picture Take notes on the people, things, and actions that are happening Then write sentences that tell what is happening and why it is happening

حل Look at the picture Take notes on the people, things, and actions that are happening Then write sentences that tell what is happening and why it is happening
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There is an old saying "Crime doesn't pay" This means that something always goes wrong and there can never be a completely successful crime. Do you agree or disagree? Why? Write your opinion

حل There is an old saying "Crime doesn't pay" This means that something always goes wrong and there can never be a completely successful crime. Do you agree or disagree? Why? Write your opinion
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Complete the story. Use the past tense of the verbs in parentheses Robert and Ted (1.)........ (be) school friends when they (2)............ (be)

حل Complete the story. Use the past tense of the verbs in parentheses Robert and Ted (1.)........  (be) school friends when they (2)............ (be)

Answer the questions about the story in exercise L 1 What did Robert and Ted use to do when they were young?

حل Answer the questions about the story in exercise L 1 What did Robert and Ted use to do when they were young?

Answer the questions with true statements about yourself 1. What games would you play when you were young?

حل Answer the questions with true statements about yourself 1. What games would you play when you were young?
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Complete the sentences with the past progressive or simple past of the verbs in parentheses 1. Where ....... (you/sit) when you ...... (hear) the noise

حل Complete the sentences with the past progressive or simple past of the verbs in parentheses 1. Where .......  (you/sit) when you ...... (hear) the noise

Match the questions and complete the answers. Use the past progressive 1. Have you always worked here?

حل Match the questions and complete the answers. Use the past progressive 1. Have you always worked here?