Grammar, 8.1, page 140
1 was sleeping
2 couldn't find
3 would help
4 hadn't thought
5 had never been
6 might be
7 was going
8 had arrived
1 Tom said to Ryan (that) he would call him the following day.
2 Geoff told Gerard (that) they had gone to Paris the month before.
3 Julia said to Miranda (that) she couldn't come to her house that day.
4 Quentin told Leah (that) he had texted Joanna an hour earlier.
5 Emma said to Amy (that) they were all going out that night.
6 Maisie said to Sarah (that) she wanted her to be there at two o'clock that afternoon.
Grammar, 8.2, page 141
1 'Why are you looking so sad?' I asked my brother.
2 'What's your best friend's name?' she asked.
3 'Is your favourite subject maths?' they asked her.
4 'How do you feel about your exam results?' I asked my friends.
5 'Will the bus arrive early or late?' we asked the driver.
6 'When's your birthday?' he asked me.
7 'Can you play the piano?' she asked him.
8 'Have you ever been to China?' I asked her.
1 My sister asked me where her dictionary was.
2 I asked Anna what she had done that morning.
3 Lucy asked me if / whether I was going to Jake's party.
4 Adam asked his mother why she was laughing at him.
5 I asked my uncle if / whether he would be there all day.
6 My brother asked me who had told me about his idea.
Grammar, 8.3, page 141
1 I gave my family some amazing presents this Christmas.
2 I didn't tell anybody your secret.
3 We cooked my parents a special meal last night.
4 My mum made my brother a brilliant fancy dress costume.
5 We sold our next-door neighbours our old car.
6 Have you offered everybody in the class a sweet?
7 Please can you pass Ben these books?
8 The estate agent found us a much bigger flat.