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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)

 

 

The future

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.

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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)?

HELEN: 8.45.

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.

 


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