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Make one sentence from two.

1. You will be in London again. You must come and see us then.

You must come and see us. when you are in London again.

2. I'll find somewhere to live. Then I'll give you my address.

I --- when ---

3. I'll do the shopping. Then I'll come straight back home.

--- after ---

4. It's going to start raining. Let's go home before that.

--- before ---

5. She must apologise to me first. I won't speak to her until then.

--- until ---

 

Read the situations and complete the sentences.

1. A friend of yours is going to visit London. You want to know where she is going to stay.

You ask: Where are you going to stay when _you are in London?_

2. A friend of yours is visiting you. She has to go soon but maybe there's time for a cup of tea.

You ask: Would you like a cup of tea before ---?

3. Your friend is reading the newspaper. You'd like it after her.

You ask: Can I have the newspaper when ---?

4. You want to sell your car. Jim is interested in buying it but he hasn't decided yet.

You ask: Can you let me know as soon as ---?

5. There are serious traffic problems in your town but they are building a new road.

You say: I think it will be better when ---.

 

Put in when or if.

1. Don't worry _if_ I'm late tonight.

2. Tom might phone while I'm out this evening. --- he does, can you take a message?

3. I'm going to Rome next week. --- I'm there, I hope to visit a friend of mine.

4. I think Jill will get the job. I'll be very surprised --- she doesn't get it.

5. I'm going shopping. --- you want anything, I can get it for you.

6. I'm going away for a few days. I'll phone you --- I get back.

7. I want you to come to the party but --- you don't want to come, that's all right.

8. We can cat at home or, --- you prefer, we can go to a restaurant.

Past simple (I did)

5.1 Read what Sharon says about a typical working day:

SHARON

I usually get up at 7 o'clock and have a big breakfast. I walk to work, which takes me about half an hour. I start work at 8.45. I never have lunch. I finish work at 5 o'clock. i'm always tired when I get home. I usually cook a meal in the evening. I don't usually go out. I go to bed at about 11 o'clock. I always sleep well.

Yesterday was a typical working day for Sharon. Write she did or didn't do yesterday.

1. She got up at 7 o'clock.

2. She --- a big breakfast.

3. She ---.

4. It --- to get to work.

5. --- at 8.45.

6. --- lunch.

7. --- at 5 o'clock.

8. --- tired when --- home.

9. --- a meal yesterday evening.

10. --- out yesterday evening.

11. --- at 11 o'clock.

12. --- well last night.

5.2 Put one of these verbs in each sentence:

buy catch cost drink fall hurt sell spend teach throw win write

Mozart wrote more than 600 pieces of music.

2. 'How did you learn to drive?' 'My father --- me.'

3. We couldn't afford to keep our car, so we --- it.

4. I was very thirsty. I --- the water very quickly.



5. Paul and I played tennis yesterday. He's much better than me, so he --- easily.

6. Don --- down the stairs this morning and --- his lag.

7. Jim --- the ball to Sue, who --- it.

8. Ann --- a lot of money yesterday. She --- a dress which --- l100.

A friend has just come back from holiday. You ask him about it. Write your questions.

1. (where/go?) Where did you go?

2. (go alone?) ---

3. (food/good?) ---

4. (how long/stay there?) ---

5. (stay/at a hotel?) ---

6. (how/travel?) ---

7. (the weather/fine?) ---

8. (what/do in the evenings?) ---

9. (meet anybody interesting?) ---


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