Int module 7 - right or wrong?

Are the following sentences right or wrong? Correct them if needed.
  1. Could you borrow me the car for the weekend? I'll drive carefully.
  2. Would you mind to close the window? It's a bit cold in here.
  3. I'm going to relax at home this weekend. I've had a tiring week.
  4. A: Do you mind if I sit here? B: No, not at all.
  5. Do you feel like going to the theatre on Saturday evening?
  6. A: Damn! I've broken my watch. B: Let me have a look. I'm going to try to fix it.
  7. What are you doing for Christmas?
  8. It's normal for colleagues going for a drink after work.
  9. Young people tend don't to dress up when they go to the opera.
  10. Graham: I want to speak to your superior. Telefonica operator: Ok, he will call you back later today.

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Lucía (Pilar) said…
1. Could you lend me the car for the weekend? I'll drive carefully.
2. OR –> Could I borrow your car for the weekend? I’ll drive carefully.
3.
4. Would you mind closing the window? It's a bit of cold in here.
5. I'm going to relax at home this weekend. I've had a tired week.
6. A: Do you mind if I sit here? B: No, not at all. ok
7. Would you feel like going to the theatre next Saturday evening?
8. A: Damn! I've broken my watch. B: Let me have a look it. I'm going to try to fix it.
9. What are you doing on Christmas?
10. It's normal for colleagues to go for a drink after work.
11. Young people tend not to dress up when they go to the opera.
12. Graham: I want to speak to your superior.
13. Could I speak with your boss.
14. Telefonica operator: Ok, he will call back you later today.

That's a pitty. I have written my correct in red colour but the colour has missed.

Bye, Lucía.
Graham said…
Lucia and Mar,

Here are the answers:


1. Could YOU LEND ME the car/ Could I BORROW YOUR CAR for the weekend? I'll drive carefully.

2. Would you MIND CLOSING the window? It's a bit cold in here.

3. I'm going to relax at home this weekend. I've had a tiring week. RIGHT

4. A: Do you mind if I sit here? B: No, not at all. RIGHT

5. Do you FEEL LIKE GOING TO the theatre on Saturday evening? RIGHT

6. A: Damn! I've broken my watch. B: Let me have a look. I'LL TRY to fix it.

7. What are you doing for Christmas? RIGHT

8. IT'S NORMAL for colleagues TO GO for a drink after work.

9. Young people TEND NOT TO dress up when they go to the opera.

10. Graham: I want to speak to your superior. Telefonica operator: Ok, he ‘ll call you back later. RIGHT

WHAT A PITY! - Lucia, I think that is your favourite expression. :-)

See you both tomorrow!
Lucía said…
Hi Graham

Tanks for your help.

Bye, Lucía.