- What do you think is the coolest thing someone can collect? Why?
- What do you think is the most unusual thing someone can collect? Why?
- What do you think is silliest thing someone can collect? Why?
- What do you think is the most meaningful thing someone can collect? Why?
People collect the strangest things!
Can you find one error in each of these sentences?
1.) A man in the U.S. has a world record because has 2,037 toothpaste tubes!
2.) A woman in Greece have the world record for the largest pencil sharpener collection. She has 8,514 of them!
3.) A person in Belgium now had a world record for having
58, 259 lighters!
TOO MUCH ABOUT ROCKS!
Hey wait! What?
YOU HAVE OPTIONS!
I found this rock on a beach.
This rock was found by me on a beach.
This rock was found on a beach.
Let’s learn about Active and Passive Voice:
You, we, they ARE
He, she, it IS
I, he, she, it WAS
You, we, they WERE
Let’s give it a try:
Let’s practice adding the correct form of ‘to be’:
Can you put these Passive Voice sentences in order?
SUBJECT AND OBJECT PRONOUNS
Notice what else changes in these sentences:
I gather rocks. Rocks are gathered by me.
He saves commic books. Commic books are saved by him.
She hoards dolls. Dolls are hoarded by her.
We amass pretty shoes. Pretty shoes are amassed by us.
They collect old magazines. Old magazines are collected by them.
More Passive Voice resources:
Would you like to practice and learn more about PASSIVE VOICE? Click here!
Do you need a list of PAST PARTICIPLES? Click here!
Do you want to see how to convert ‘to be’ in other tenses? Click here!