Session 3

Find out why Inspector Stone spends most of this episode hiding in the garden... and practise forming past simple negatives

በዚህ ክፍል ያሉ ክፍለ ጊዜያት

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Activity 2

Whose or who's?

ፅሁፉን ያንብቡና ቀጣዩን ክንውን ይሞክሩ

Whose story is true?

Did you spot all the subject and object questions with 'what', 'who' and 'which'? We can also use the question word 'whose', spelt 'w-h-o-s-e', as in the question 'whose story is true?'. 'Whose' shows something belongs to someone and usually comes before a noun. It can be confusing because it sounds like 'who's', spelt w-h-o apostrophe 's' and which is short for 'who is' or who has'. Remember, 'whose' for belonging usually comes before a noun.

For example: Whose glasses have I just stepped on?

To do

Have a look at these sentences using who's and whose and sort them into ones that are correctly written and those that are not.

Right or wrong?

8 Questions

Drag the sentences into the correct columns.

እንኳን ደስ ያለዎ ሙከራውን አጠናቀዋል
Excellent! Great job! መጥፎ እድል ነጥብ አስመዝግበዋል :
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Right or wrong?

8 Questions

Drag the sentences into the correct columns.

እንኳን ደስ ያለዎ ሙከራውን አጠናቀዋል
Excellent! Great job! መጥፎ እድል ነጥብ አስመዝግበዋል :
x / y

Next

So who's stolen the ring and will Inspector Stone ever find out? There's more work to be done and it involves you. Go to the next activity to find out about the prime - or main - suspect who's been making some silly mistakes.