UNIT 121 On time/in time, At the end/in the end 5 page
2. Where's my bag? I left it under this chair. (somebody/take/it) ---.
3. We were all surprised when jenny and Andy got married last year. (they/only/know/each other/a few weeks) ---.
4. It's still raining. I wish it would stop. (it/rain/all day) ---.
5. Suddenly I woke up. I was confused and didn't know where I was. (I/dream) ---.
6. I wasn't hungry at lunchtime so I didn't have anything to eat. (I/have/a big breakfast) ---.
7. Every year Bob and Alice spend a few days at the same hotel by the sea. (they/go/t ere r years) ---.
8. I've got a headache. (I/have/it/since I got up) ---.
9. Next week Gerry is going to run in a marathon. (he/train/very hard for it) ---.
7. Put the verbs into the correct form.
Julia and Kevin are old friends. They meet by chance at a station.
JULIA: Hello, Kevin. (1) ---. (I/not/see) you for ages. How are you?
KEVIN: I'm fine. How about you? (2) --- (you/look) well.
JULIA: Yes, I'm very well thanks.
So, (3) --- (you/go) somewhere or (4) --- (you/meet) somebody off a train?
KEVIN: (5) --- (I/go) to London for a business meeting.
JULIA: Oh. (6) --- (you/often/go) away on business?
KEVIN: Quite often, yes. And you? Where (7) ---. (You/go)?
JULIA: Nowhere. (8) --- (I/meet) a friend. Unfortunately, her train (9) --- (be) delayed - (10) --- (I/wait) here for nearly an hour.
KEVIN: How are your children?
JULIA: They're all fine, thanks. The youngest (11) --- (just/start) school.
KEVIN: How (12) --- (she/get) on? (13) --- (she/like) it?
JULIA: Yes, (14) --- (she/think) it's great.
KEVIN: (15) --- (you/work) at the moment? When I last (16) --- (speak) to you, (17) --- (you/work) in a travel agency.
JULIA: That's right. Unfortunately, the firm (18) --- (go) out of business a couple of months after (19) --- (I/start) work there, so (20) --- (I/lose) my job.
KEVIN: And (21) --- (you/not/have) a job since then?
JULIA: Not a permanent job. (22) --- (I/have) a few temporary jobs. By the way, (23) --- (you/see) Joe recently?
KEVIN: Joe? He's in Canada.
JULIA: Really? How long (24) --- (he/be) in Canada?
KEVIN: About a year now. (25) --- (I/see) him a few days before (26) --- (he/go). (27) --- (he/be) unemployed for months, so (28) --- (he/decide) to try his luck somewhere else. (29) --- (he/really/look forward) to going.
JULIA: So, what (30) --- (he/do) there?
KEVIN: I've no idea. (31) --- (I/not/hear) from him since (32) --- (he/leave). Anyway, I must go and catch my train. It was really nice to see you again.
JULIA: You too. Bye. Have a good journey.
KEVIN: Thanks. Bye.
8. Put the verb into the most suitable form.
1. Who --- (invent) the bicycle?
2. 'Do you still have a headache?' 'No --- (it/go). I'm all right now.'
3. I was the last to leave the office. Everybody else --- (go) home.
4. What --- (you/do) last weekend? --- (you/go) away?
5. I like your car. How long --- (you/have) it?
6. We decided not to go out because --- (it/rain) quite hard.
7. Jill is an experienced teacher --- (she/teach) for 15 years.
8. (I/buy) a new jacket last week but --- (1/not/wear) it yet.
9. A few days ago --- (I/see) a man at a party whose face --- (be) very familiar. At first I couldn't think where --- (1/see) him before. Then suddenly --- (I/remember) who (it/be).
10. --- (you/hear) of Agatha Christie? --- (she/be) a writer who --- (die) in 1976. --- (she/write) more than 70 detective novels --- (you/read) any of them?
11. A: What --- (this word/mean)?
B: I've no idea --- (1/never/see) it before. Look it up in the dictionary.
12. A: --- (you/arrive) at the theatre in time for the play last night?
B: No, we were late. By the time we got there --- (it/already/begin).
13. I went to John's room and --- (knock) on the door but there --- (be) no answer. Either --- (he/go) out or --- (he/not/want) to see anyone.
14. Angela asked me how to use the photocopier --- (she/never/use) it before, so --- (she/not/know) what to do.
15. Mary --- (go) for a swim after work yesterday --- (she/need) some exercise because --- (she/sit) in an office all day in front of a computer.
Past continuous and used to
Units 6 and 18
9. Complete the sentences using the past continuous (was doing) or used to ... Use the verb in brackets.
1. I haven't been to the cinema for ages now. We _used to go_ a lot. (go)
2. Ann didn't see me wave to her. She _was looking_ in the other direction. (look)
3. I --- a lot but I don't use my car very much these days. (drive)
4. I asked the driver to slow down. She --- too fast. (drive)
5. Rose and Jim met for the first time when they --- at university. (study)
6. When I was a child, I --- a lot of bad dreams. (have)
7. When the phone rang, I --- a shower. (have)
8. 'Where were you yesterday afternoon?' 'I --- volleyball.' (play)
9. 'Do you do any sports?' 'Not these days. I --- volleyball.' (play)
10. George looked very nice. He --- a very nice suit. (wear)
Units 19-25, Appendix 3
10. What do you say to your friend in these situations? Use the words given in brackets. Use the present continuous (I am doing), going to... or will (I'll).
1. You have made all your holiday arrangements. Your destination is Jamaica.
FRIEND: Have you decided where to go for your holiday yet?
YOU: Yes, _I'm going to Jamaica._ (I/go)
2. You have made an appointment with the dentist for Friday morning.
FRIEND: Shall we meet on Friday morning?
YOU: I can't on Friday ---. (I/go)
3. You and some friends are planning a holiday in Britain. You have decided to hire a car but you haven't arranged this yet.
FRIEND: How do you plan to travel round Britain? By train?
YOU: No, ---. (we/hire)
4. Your friend has two young children. She wants to go out tomorrow evening. You offer to look after the children.
FRIEND: I want to go out tomorrow evening but I haven't got a baby-sitter.
YOU: That's no problem ---. (I/look after)
5. You have already arranged to have lunch with Sue tomorrow.
FRIEND: Are you free at lunchtime tomorrow?
YOU: No ---. (have lunch)
6. You are in a restaurant. You and your friend are looking at the menu. You ask your friend if he/she has decided what to have.
YOU: What ---.? (you/have)
FRIEND: I don't know. I can't make up my mind.
7. You and a friend are reading. It's getting a bit dark and your friend is finding it difficult to read. You decide to turn on the light.
FRIEND: It's getting a bit dark, isn't it? It's difficult to read.
YOU: --- (I/turn on)
8. You and a friend are reading. It's getting a bit dark and you decide to turn on the light. You stand up and walk towards the light switch.
FRIEND: What are you doing?
YOU: --- (I/turn on)
11. Put the verb into the most suitable form. Use a present tense (simple or continuous), will (I'll) or shall.
Conversation 1 (IN THE MORNING)
JENNY: (1) _Are you doing_ (you/do) anything tomorrow evening, Helen?
HELEN: No, why?
JENNY: Well, do you fancy going to the cinema? Strangers on a Plane is on. I want to see it but I don't want to go alone.
HELEN: OK, (2) -- (I/come) with you. What time (3) --- (we/meet)?
JENNY: Well, the film (4) --- (begin) at 8.45, so (5) --- (I/meet) you at about 8.30 outside the cinema, OK?
HELEN: Fine. (6) --- (I/see) Mary later this evening. (7) --- (I/ask) her if she wants to come too?
JENNY: Yes, do that. (8) --- (I/see) you tomorrow then. Bye.
Conversation 2 (LATER THE SAME DAY)
HELEN: Jenny and I (9) --- (go) to the cinema tomorrow night to see Strangers on a Plane. Why don't you come with us?
MARY: I'd love to come. What time (10) --- (the film/begin)?
MARY: (11) --- (you/meet) outside the cinema?
HELEN: Yes, at 8.30. Is that OK for you?
MARY: Yes, (12) --- (I/be) there at 8.30.
12. Put the verbs in the most suitable form. Sometimes there is more than one possibility.
1. A has decided to learn a language.
A: I've decided to try and learn a foreign language.
B: Have you? Which language (1) _are you going to learn_ (you/learn)?
B: I see. And (2) --- (you/do) a course?
A: Yes, (3) --- (it/start) next week.
B: That's great. I'm sure (4) --- (you/enjoy) it.
A: I hope so. But I think (5) --- (it/be) quite difficult.
2. A wants to know about B's holiday plans,
A: I hear (1) --- (you/go) on holiday soon.
B: That's right. (2) --- (we/go) to Finland.
A: I hope (3) --- (you/have) a nice time.
B: Thanks. (4) --- (I/send) you a postcard and (5) --- (I/get) in touch with you when (6) --- (I/get) back.
3. A invites B to a party.
A: (1) --- (I/have) a party next Saturday. Can you come?
B: On Saturday? I'm not sure. Some friends of mine (2) --- (Come) to stay with me next week but I think (3) --- (they/go) by Saturday. But if (4) --- (they/be) still here, (5) --- (I/not/be) able to come to the party.
A: OK. Well, tell me as soon as (6) --- (you/know).
B: Right. (7) --- (I/phone) you during the week.
4. A and B are two secret agents arranging a meeting. They are talking on the phone.
A: Well, what time (1) --- (we/meet)?
B: Come to the cafe by the station at four o'clock. (2) --- (I/wait) for you when (3) --- (you/arrive). (4) --- (I/sit) by the window and (5) --- (I/wear) a bright green sweater.
A: OK. (6) --- (Agent 307/come) too?
B: No, she can't be there.
A: Oh. (7) --- (I/bring) the documents?
B: Yes. (8) --- (I/explain) everything when (9) --- (I/see) you. And don't be late.
A: OK. (10) --- (I/try) to be on time.
13. Put the verb into the correct form. Choose from the following:
present continuous (I am doing)
present simple (I do)
will be doing going to (I'm going to do)
1. I feel a bit hungry. I think --- (I/have) something to eat.
2. Why are you putting on your coat? --- (you/go) somewhere?
3. What time --- (I/phone) you this evening? About 7.30?
4. Look! That plane is flying towards the airport --- (it/land).
5. We must do something soon, before --- (it/be) too late.
6. I'm sorry you've decided to leave the company --- (I/miss) you when --- (you/go).
7. (I/give) you my address? If --- (I/give) you my address --- (you/write) to me?
8. Are you still watching that programme? What time --- (it/end)?
9. (I/go) to London next weekend for a wedding. My sister --- (get) married.
10. I'm not ready yet --- (I/tell) you when --- (I/be) ready. I promise --- (I/not/be) very long.
11 A: Where are you going?
B: To the hairdresser's --- (I/have) my hair cut.
12. She was very rude to me. I refuse to speak to her again until --- (she/apologise).
13. I wonder where --- (we/live) ten years from now?
14. What do you plan to do when --- (you/finish) your course at college?
Modal verbs (can/must/would) etc.
Units 26-40, Appendix 4
14. Complete B's sentences using can/could/might/must/should/would + the verb in brackets. In some sentences you need to use have: must have.../should have... etc. In some sentences you need the negative (can't/couldn't etc.).
1. A: I'm hungry.
B: But you've just had lunch. You _can't be_ hungry already. (be)
2. A: I haven't seen our neighbours for ages.
B: No. They _must have gone_ away. (go)
3. A: What's the weather like? Is it raining?
B: Not at the moment but it --- later.(rain)
4. A: Where has Julia gone?
B: I'm not sure. She --- to the bank. (go)
5. A: I didn't see you at John's party last week.
B: No, I had to work that evening, so I ---. (go)
6. A: I saw you at John's party last week.
B: No, you didn't. You --- me. I didn't go to John's party. (see)
7. A: When did you post the letter to Mary?
B: This morning. So she --- it tomorrow. (get)
8. A: When was the last time you saw Bill?
B: Years ago. I --- him if I saw him now. (recognise)
9. A: Did you hear the explosion?
B: What explosion?
A: There was a loud explosion a few minutes ago. You --- it. (hear)
10. A: We weren't sure which way to go. In the end we turned right.
B: You went the wrong way. You --- left. (turn)
15. Make sentences from the words in brackets.
1. Don't phone Ann now. (she might/have/lunch)
_She might be having lunch._
2. I ate too much. Now I feet sick. (I shouldn't/eat/so much)
_I shouldn't have eaten so much._
3. I wonder why Tom didn't phone me. (he must/forget)
4. Why did you go home so early? (you needn't/go I home so early)
5. You've signed the contract. (it/can't/change/now)
6. 'What's Linda doing?' 'I'm not sure.' (she may I watch/television)
7. Ann was standing outside the cinema. (she must/wait/for somebody)
8. He was in prison at the time that the crime was committed, so (he couldn't/do/it).
9. Why weren't you here earlier? (you ought/be/here earlier)
10. Why didn't you ask me to help you? (I would/help/you)
11. I'm surprised nobody told you that the road was very dangerous. (you should/warn)
12. George was in a strange mood yesterday. (he might not/feel/very well)
Units 25, 37-39
16. Put the verb into the correct form.
1. If you _found_ a wallet in the street, what would you do with it? (find)
2. I must hurry. My friend will be annoyed if I_'m not_ on time. (not/be)
3. I didn't realise that Gary was in hospital. if I _had known_ he was in hospital, I would have gone to visit him. (know)
4. If the phone --- I can you answer it? (ring)
5. I can't decide what to do. What would you do if you --- in my position? (be)
6. A: What shall we do tomorrow?
B: Well, if it --- a nice day, we can go to the beach. (be)
7. A: Let's go to the beach.
B: No, it's too cold. If it --- warmer, I wouldn't mind going to the beach. (be)
8. A: Did you go to the beach yesterday?
B: No, it was too cold. If it --- warmer, we might have gone. (be)
9. If you --- enough money to go anywhere in the world, where would you go? (have)
10. I'm glad we had a map. I'm sure we would have got lost if we --- one. (not/have)
11. The accident was your fault. If you --- more carefully, it wouldn't have happened. (drive)
12. A: Why do you read newspapers?
B: Well, if I --- newspapers, I wouldn't know what was happening in the world. (not/read)
17. Complete the sentences.
1. Liz is tired all the time. She shouldn't go to bed so late.
If _Liz didn't go to bed so late, she wouldn't be tired all the time._
2. It's rather late. I don't think Ann will come to see us now.
I'd be surprised if Ann ---.
3. I'm sorry I disturbed you. I didn't know you were busy.
If I'd known you were busy, I ---.
4. The dog attacked you, but only because you provoked it.
5. I don't want them to be upset, so I've decided not to tell them what happened.
They --- if ---.
6. Unfortunately, I didn't have an umbrella and so I got very wet in the rain.
7. Martin failed his driving test last week. He was very nervous and that's why he failed.
If he ---.
18. Use your own ideas to complete these sentences.
1. I'd go out this evening if ---.
2. I'd have gone out last night if ---.
3. If you hadn't reminded me ---.
4. We wouldn't have been late if ---.
5. If I'd been able to get tickets ---.
6. Who would you phone if ---.
7. Cities would be nicer places if ---.
8. If there was no television ---.
19. Put the verb into the correct form.
1. I feel sick. I wish --- so much cake. (I/not/eat)
2. I'm fed up with this rain. I wish --- raining. (it/stop)
3. It's a difficult question. I wish --- the answer. (I/know)
4. I should have listened to you. I wish --- your advice. (I/take)
5. I wish --- here. She'd be able to help us. (Ann/be)
6. Aren't they ready yet? I wish---. (they/hurry up)
7. It would be nice to stay here. I wish --- to go now. (we/not/have)
8. When we were in London last year, we didn't have time to see all the things we wanted to see. I wish --- more time. (we/have)
9. It's freezing today. I wish --- so cold. I hate cold weather. (it/not/be)
10. What's her name again? I wish --- remember her name. (I/can)
11. What I said was stupid. I wish --- anything. (I/not/say)
12. (in a car) You're driving too fast. I wish --- a bit. (you/slow down)
13. It was a terrible film. I wish --- to see it. (we/not/go)
14. You're always tired. I wish --- to bed so late. (you/not/go)
20. Put the verb into the most suitable passive form.
1. There's somebody behind us. I think we _are being followed_ (follow).
2. A mystery is something that _can't be explained_ (can't/explain).
3. We didn't play football yesterday. The match --- (cancel).
4. The television --- (repair). It's working again now.
5. The church tower --- (restore). The work is almost finished.
6. 'How old is the tower?' 'It --- (believe) to be over 600 years old.'
7. If I didn't do my job properly, I --- (would/sack).
8. A: I left some papers on the desk last night and I can't find them now.
B: They --- (might/throw) away.
9. I learnt to swim when I was very young. I --- (teach) by my mother.
10. After --- (arrest), I was taken to the police station.
11. --- (you/ever/arrest)?' 'No, never.'
12. Two people --- (report) to --- (injure) in an explosion at a factory in Birmingham early this morning.
21. Put the verb into the correct form, active or passive.
1. This house is quite old. It _was built_ (build) over 100 years ago.
2. My grandfather was a builder. He _built_. (build) this house many years ago.
3. 'Is your car still for sale?' 'No, I --- (sell) it.'
4. 'Is the house at the end of the street still for sale?' 'No, it --- (sell).'
5. Sometimes mistakes --- (make). It's inevitable.
6. I wouldn't leave your car unlocked. It --- (might/steal).
7. My bag has disappeared. It --- (must/steal).
8. I can't find my hat. Somebody --- (must/take) it by mistake.
9. It's a serious problem. I don't know how it --- (can/solve).
10. We didn't leave early enough. We --- (should/leave) earlier.
11. Every time I travel by plane, my flight --- (delay).
12. A new bridge --- (build) across the river. Work started last year and the bridge --- (expect) to open next year.
22. Read these newspaper reports and put the verbs into the most suitable form.
1. Castle fire
Winton Castle (1) _was damaged_ (damage) in a fire last night. The fire, which (2) --- (discover) at about 9 o'clock, spread very quickly. Nobody (3) --- (injure) but two people had to (4) --- (rescue) from an upstairs room. A number of paintings (5) --- (believe/destroy). It (6) --- (not/know) how the fire starred.
2. SHOP ROBBERY
In Paxham yesterday a shop assistant (1) --- (force) to hand over 500 Pounds after (2) --- (threaten) by a man with a knife. The man escaped in a car which (3) --- (steal) earlier in the day. The car (4) --- (later/find) in a car park where it (5) --- (abandon) by the thief. A man (6) --- (arrest) in connection with the robbery and (7) --- (still/question) by the police.
3. ROAD DELAYS
Repair work started yesterday on the Paxham-Longworth road. The road (1) --- (resurface) and there will be long delays. Drivers (2) --- (ask) to use an alternative route if possible. The work (3) --- (expect) to last two weeks. Next Sunday the road (4) --- (close) and traffic (5) --- (divert).
A woman (1) --- (take) to hospital after her car collided with a lorry near Norstock yesterday. She (2) --- (allow) home later after treatment. The road (3) --- (block) for an hour after the accident and traffic had to (4) --- (divert). A police inspector said afterwards: 'The woman was lucky. She could (5) --- (kill).'
~ing and the infinitive
23. Put the verb into the correct form.
1. How old were you when you learnt _to drive?_ (drive)
2. I don't mind _walking_ home but I'd rather _get_ a taxi. (walk, get)
3. I can't make a decision. I keep --- my mind. (change)
4. He had made his decision and refused --- his mind. (change)
5. Why did you change your decision? What made you --- your mind? (change)
6. It was a really good holiday. I really enjoyed --- by the sea again. (be)
7. Did I really tell you I was unhappy? I don't remember --- that. (say)
8. 'Remember --- Tom tomorrow.' 'OK. I won't forget.' (phone)
9. The water here is not very good. I'd avoid --- it if I were you. (drink)
10. I pretended --- interested in the conversation but really it was very boring. (be)
11. I got up and looked out of the window --- what the weather was like. (see)
12. I have a friend who claims. --- able to speak five languages. (be)
13. I like --- carefully about things before --- a decision. (think, make)
14. Steve used --- a footballer. He had to stop --- because of an injury. (be, play)
15. After --- by the police, the man admitted --- the car but denied --- at 100 miles an hour. (stop, steal, drive)
16. A: How do you make this machine ---? (work)
B: I'm not sure. Try --- that button and see what happens. (press)
24. Make sentences from the words in brackets.
1. I can't find the tickets. (I/seem/lose/them) _I seem to have lost them._
2. I haven't got far to go. (it/not/worth/take/a taxi) _It's not worth taking a taxi._
3. I'm feeling a bit tired. (I/not/fancy/go/out) ---.
4. Tim isn't very reliable. (he/tend/forget/things) ---.
5. I've got a lot of luggage. (you/mind/help/me,?) ---.
6. There's nobody in the house. (everybody/seem/go out) ---.
7. We don't like our flat. (we/think/move) ---.
8. The vase was very valuable. (1/afraid/touch/it) ---.
9. Bill never carries money with him. (he/afraid/robbed) ---.
10. I wouldn't go to see the film. (it/not/worth/see) ---.
11. I'm very tired after that long walk. (I/not/used/walk/so far) ---.
12. Sue is on holiday. I received a postcard from her yesterday. (she/seem/enjoy/herself) ---.
13. Dave had lots of holiday photographs. (he/insist/show/them to me) ---.
14. I don't want to do the shopping. (I'd rather/somebody else/do/ it) ---.
25. Complete the second sentence so that the meaning is similar to the first.
1. I was surprised I passed the exam. I didn't expect _to pass the exam._
2. Did you manage to solve the problem? Did you succeed _in solving the problem?_
3. I don't read newspapers any more. I've given up ---.
4. I'd prefer not to go out tonight. I'd rather ---.
5. He can't walk very well. He has difficulty ---.
6. Shall I phone you this evening? Do you want ---?
7. Nobody saw me come in. I came in without ---.
8. They said I was a cheat. I was accused ---.
9. It will be good to see them again. I'm looking forward ---.
10. What do you think I should do? What do you advise me ---?
11. It's a pity I couldn't go out with you. I'd like ---.
12. I'm sorry that I didn't take your advice. I regret ---.
26. Put in a/an or the where necessary. Leave an empty space (-) if the sentence is already complete.
1. I don't usually like staying at (-) hotels, but last summer we spent a few days at _a_ very nice hotel by _the_sea.
2. --- tennis is my favourite sport. I play once or twice --- week if I can, but I'm not --- very good player.
3. I won't be home for --- dinner this evening. I'm meeting some friends after --- work and we're going to --- cinema.
4. --- unemployment is very high at the moment and it's very difficult for --- people to find --- work.
5. There was --- accident as I was going --- home last night. Two people were taken to --- hospital. I think --- most accidents are caused by --- people driving too fast.
6. Carol is --- economist. She used to work in --- investment department of --- Lloyds Bank. Now she works for --- American bank in --- United States.
7. A: What's --- name of --- hotel where you're staying?
B: --- Imperial. It's in --- Queen Street in --- city centre. It's near --- station.
8. I have two brothers. --- older one is training to be --- pilot with British Airways. --- younger one is still at --- school. When he leaves --- school, he hopes to go to --- university to study --- law.
Units 25, 37, 111-11
27. Choose the right alternative.
1. I'll try to be on time but don't worry _if/when_ I'm late. (if is right)
2. Don't throw that bag away. _If/When_ you don't want it, I'll have it.
3. Please report to reception _if/when_ you arrive at the hotel.
4. We've arranged to play tennis tomorrow but we won't play _if/when_ it's raining.
5. Jennifer is in her final year at school. She still doesn't know what she's going to do _if/when_ she leaves.
6. What would you do _if/when_ you lost your keys?
7. I hope I'll be able to come to the party but I'll let you know _if/unless_ I can't.
8. I don't want to be disturbed, so don't phone me _if/unless_ it's something important.
9. Please sign the contract _if/unless_ you're happy with the conditions.
10. I like travelling by sea _as long as/unless_ it's not rough.
11. You might not remember the name of the hotel, so write it down _if/in case_ you forget it.
12. It's not cold now but take your coat with you _if/in case_ it gets cold later.
13. Take your coat with you and then you can put it on _if/in_ case it gets cold later.
14. The television is always on, _even if/if_ nobody is watching it.
15. _Even/Although_ we played very well, we lost the match.
16. We're not very close friends _despite/although_ we've known each other a long time.
17. 'When did you leave school?' '_As/When_ I was 16.'
18. Ann will be surprised _when/as_ she hears the news.
Units 12, 118-121
28. Put in one of the following prepositions: at on in for since during by until
1. Jack has gone away. He'll be back _in_ a week.
2. We're having a party --- Saturday. Can you come?
3. I've got an interview next week. It's --- 9.30 --- Tuesday morning.
4. Sue isn't usually here --- weekends. She goes away.
5. The train service is very good. The trains are nearly always --- time.
6. It was a confusing situation. Many things were happening --- the same time.
7. I couldn't decide whether or not to buy the sweater --- the end I decided not to.
8. The road is busy all the time, even --- night.
9. I was woken up by a loud noise --- the night.
10. I saw Helen --- Friday but I haven't seen her --- then.
11. Brian has been doing the same job --- five years.
12. Ann's birthday is --- the end of March. I'm not sure exactly which day it is.
13. We've got some friends staying with us --- the moment. They're staying Friday.
14. If you're interested in applying for the job, your application must be received --- Friday.
Prepositions (place and other uses)
29. Put in the missing preposition.
1. I'd love to be able to visit every country --- the world.
2. 'Have you read any books --- Margaret White?' 'No, I've never heard of her.'
3. 'Is there a bank near here?' 'Yes, there's one --- the end of this road.'
4. Tim is away at the moment, He's --- holiday.
5. You've got a dirty mark --- your cheek. Have a look --- the mirror.