• Accueil
  • English
  • Create bubble strips or comic strips to explain wh...

Create bubble strips or comic strips to explain what you would say if given the chance to confront the person who committed the wrong deed. use past conditionals in expressing your answers. a classmate who was reprimanded for creating hearsays about a teacher

Answers

  • Réponse publiée par: nila93
    Much ado about what to do

    By using the students past learning about conditional sentences and tenses past, present, and future. In Past Conditional sentence, use past perfect form of verbs or the past participle together with the words (would, could, should) + have. In Present Conditional sentence, (auxiliary verbs+ simple present tense of verb). Future Conditional sentences, (will+ simple present form of verb).

    Auxiliary Verbs that can be used:

    Would Could  Might Had Be Has Have

    A classmate who was reprimanded for creating hearsays about a teacher

    If you didn’t start hearsays about the teacher, you would have saved yourself the time. You wouldn’t be reprimanded if you could have minded your own business. If you were the person in her shoes, you would have felt the same way.

    Code: 9.2.2.6.

  • Réponse publiée par: cland123

    A. I've told you many times that bullying is prohibited! You always do this to new students! How many times do I have to tell you until you finally get it?!

    or

    Stop it. Do you actually want to be sent to the guidance office again? This has been going on for too long. Just stop you bully.

    Explanation:

    Don't know if this is right. Really sleepy when I wrote this...

  • Réponse publiée par: kambalpandesal23

    answer:

    as in comics po na drawing?

    kung oo po hindi ko pa po yan masasagutan ngayun

  • Réponse publiée par: elaineeee
    Bubu mag aral ka choi
  • Réponse publiée par: tayis
    Much ado about what to do

    By using the students past learning about conditional sentences and tenses past, present, and future. In Past Conditional sentence, use past perfect form of verbs or the past participle together with the words (would, could, should) + have. In Present Conditional sentence, (auxiliary verbs+ simple present tense of verb). Future Conditional sentences, (will+ simple present form of verb).

    Auxiliary Verbs that can be used:

    Would Could  Might Had Be Has Have

    A friend who was caught by the librarian trying to steal a journal from the library

    If you could’ve kept your behaviour at bay, you wouldn’t even have trouble getting caught. If I were in your shoes, I could have just asked the librarian for the book. If stealing is the answer to lack of tangible materials, we wouldn’t have lived a single peaceful day.

    Code: 9.2.2.6.

  • Réponse publiée par: Jelanny
    Much ado about what to do

    By using the students past learning about conditional sentences and tenses past, present, and future. In Past Conditional sentence, use past perfect form of verbs or the past participle together with the words (would, could, should) + have. In Present Conditional sentence, (auxiliary verbs+ simple present tense of verb). Future Conditional sentences, (will+ simple present form of verb).

    Auxiliary Verbs that can be used:

    Would Could  Might Had Be Has Have

    A student who was sent to the guidance office for asking for excessive change in the school canteen

    If you weren’t such a critic, you could have walked freely in the school canteen. How would you feel if someone would have demanded changes on you? You could’ve just accepted the canteen’s state if you hadn’t been such a critic.

    Code: 9.2.2.6.

  • Réponse publiée par: maledabacuetes
    Much ado about what to do

    By using the students past learning about conditional sentences and tenses past, present, and future. In Past Conditional sentence, use past perfect form of verbs or the past participle together with the words (would, could, should) + have. In Present Conditional sentence, (auxiliary verbs+ simple present tense of verb). Future Conditional sentences, (will+ simple present form of verb).

    Auxiliary Verbs that can be used:

    Would Could  Might Had Be Has Have

    Your sibling who was scolded by your parents for cutting classes and playing online games instead.

    If you had just gone to school, you wouldn’t have been scolded. How would you feel if their own child would have wasted his time doing unnecessary things? If I let your behaviour worsen, you could have been a miserable person in a few days’ time.

    Code: 9.2.2.6.

  • Réponse publiée par: hellcrack777
    Much ado about what to do

    By using the students past learning about conditional sentences and tenses past, present, and future. In Past Conditional sentence, use past perfect form of verbs or the past participle together with the words (would, could, should) + have. In Present Conditional sentence, (auxiliary verbs+ simple present tense of verb). Future Conditional sentences, (will+ simple present form of verb).

    Auxiliary Verbs that can be used:

    Would Could  Might Had Be Has Have

    A classmate who was suspended for etching his name on a wooden arm chair

    If you are given the opportunity to rewrite your situation, would you have done it again? If you had not etched your name on the arm chair, you wouldn’t have been suspended. If I knew you would do such thing, I would’ve told you to stop.

    Code: 9.2.2.6.

Connaissez-vous la bonne réponse?
Create bubble strips or comic strips to explain what you would say if given the chance to confront t...