UNIT 10, Yes, it was, No, it wasn´t, Yes, they were., No, they weren´t,…
a place that sells things which aren´t new
a place outdoors where people grow cotton
a place where people work in poor conditions and for very little money
a system fo making rooms cooler
Iit takes things from one country and sells them in another country
a label on clothes that tells you how mcuh they cost
someone who makes things, usually with a machine
a place thta sells new things at reduced prices
Adjective suffixes: -ful and -less
Phrasal verbs: buying and selling clothes
to dress yourself in smething
to put on clothes to see if they fit
to hold and lift something
to put something on a hook
to sell everything and have nothing left
to explore different choices or posibilities
to remove clothes
present simple of be + past participle
This bag is made of real leather.
The children are paid very little.
The boy isn´t paid a good wage.
The clothes aren´t sold directly to shops.
Is this bag made of leather?
Are lemons grown in Greece?
past simple of be + past participle
A lot of money was donated.
The clothes were made in China.
The price wasn´t reduced.
We weren´t given anything to eat.
Was all the money donated?
Were the clothes washed?
present perfect of be + past participle
A petition has been signed.
Comments have been posted.
The mine hasn´t been closed.
The clothes haven´t been worn.
Has the tag been removed?
Have the coats been hung up?
will + be + past participle
The clothes will be cleaned tomorrow.
The enviroment wont be protected.
Will the clothes be sold here?
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Yes, it was
No, it wasn´t
Yes, they were.
No, they weren´t
Yes, it is.
No, it isn´t.
Yes, they are.
No, they aren´t.
Yes, it has.
No, it hasn´t.
Yes, they have.
No, they haven´t.
Yes, they wiil.
No, they won´t.