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Are they going to leave school this year? 1. he has to do her housework every morning. 1. e liked to read a book before going to bed.
Are they going to leave school this year? 1. What does she have to do every morning? 1. e saw a few volley ball games last week. How many volley-ball games did he see last week? 1. - He liked to read a book before going to bed, didn’t he? 1. e must wait for him here. Must we wait for him here or there? 1. he had to sit up late yesterday. Did she have to sit up late yesterday?
Grandpa off when he fl ies back home 3 I asked the taxi driver to let me get out .
Grandpa off when he fl ies back home. 2 If it starts to rain,. for a nearby cave to wait for it to pass. 8 We’re going on holiday tomorrow, but we’ll call you when we. back. Write a phrasal verb in the correct form to replace the words in italics. 3 I asked the taxi driver to let me get out. outside the train station. 12 During the 70s, many British people started to go. holiday to Spain. 13 While you’re in London, you should take a tour. the Houses of Parliament.
Let's go to the airport to see Grandpa off when he flies back home. If it starts to rain, make for a nearby cave to wait for it to pass. I think the neighbours have gone away for the weekend. Пойдемте в аэропорт, чтобы проводить дедушку, когда он полетит домой. Если начнется дождь, направляйтесь в ближнюю пещеру, чтобы дождаться, пока он пройдет. We would like to remind all guests that they must check out before midday. Мы хотели бы напомнить всем гостям, что они должны покинуть отель до полудня. Я думаю, что соседи уехали на выходные. John's up ahead so Greg is pedalling fast to catch up with him.
If we had enough money, we (go) to the cinema. It annoys me. I wish the holiday. .come) so we could go off to the seaside
If we had enough money, we (go) to the cinema. If I were you, I (write) a letter of complaint to the company. If I hadn’t got stuck in traffic, I (not/miss) the train. If yo. (start) coming to the course earlier, yo.(could pass) the exam. not be) so shy at the party last Saturday, .(might make) more friends. (not spend) so much money, .come) so we could go off to the seaside. I wish the.(build) that block of flats right in front of our window.
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We (go) on holiday in July. F Read the text and answer the questions Her alarm clock went off at nine o’clock. D Put the verbs in the Past Continuous: I was watching a cartoon when Sarah phoned. F Read the text and answer the questions. Sun Shines On Fun Run On 12th June, a ‘Fun Run ‘took place in the town of Sunnyfield. A group of sixteen-years-old students from the local high school came up with the idea and over 500 people of all ages took part. Her alarm clock went off at nine o’clock.
Usually we go to the Black Sea. I like to swim in the sea and spend time on the beach. When we got off the train, we walked through the woods to the lake. Then we put up a tent and made a campfire. In August my parents go to work and I go to the country. We caught a lot of fish and cooked it on the fire.
If you are looking for an off-beat holiday book, this is it. Not so much for tots.
Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. We get to follow around a fallible Santa Claus smoke, gamble in Vegas, get shitty at a Scottish pub, forget to tip, and be stereotypically German in foreign countries. If you are looking for an off-beat holiday book, this is it.
Ann: I think we ought to book a holiday Ann: When I go on holidays, I want to do something more relaxing than climbing.
Ann: I think we ought to book a holiday. Where shall we go to? Martin: What about Scotland? I think Edinburgh is a beautiful city. Ann: But the weather might not be very good. We went there at Easter, and it. was freezing, remember. Martin: We could have a walk along Princess Street and up to the Castle. And I. wanted to go to the Royal Scottish Museum, but we never found time Ann: When I go on holidays, I want to do something more relaxing than climbing.
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