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TV reporter Kitty Beamish is interviewing some workers who are protesting about not being paid enough. Complete the workers’ statements. Put in an active or passive to-infinitive or ing-form.
► We want to be paid (pay) better wages.
1- We don’t enjoy (use) as cheap labour.
2- We’re tired of (work) for low wages.
3- We expect (treat) like human beings.
4- We don’t want (give) up all our rights.
5- We hope (invite) to a meeting with the management.
6- We insist on (take) seriously.
Put in an active or passive to-infinitive or ing-form.
Jessica: Are you going to be busy today?
Andrew: Well, I’ve got a few things to do (do). I’ve got an essay (write). And this room ought (tidy) up a bit. This carpet needs (hoover).
Jessica: I’ve got some jobs (do), too. Most of my clothes need (iron). And I’ve got my project (finish) off. I’m worried about (miss) the deadline. It has (hand) in tomorrow. I don’t want (be) late with it.
Andrew: I don’t remember (tell) when the project was due in.
Jessica: Why? Haven’t you done it yet?
Andrew: Oh, yes. I handed it in ages ago.