- When can we meet again?
(a) When are you free?
(b) It was two days ago.
(c) Can you help me?
- My aunt is going to stay with me.
(a) How do you do?
(b) How long for?
(c) How was it?
- When do you study?
(a) at school
(b) in the evenings
(c) in the library
- Would you prefer lemonade or orange juice?
(a) Have you got anything else?
(b) If you like.
(c) Are you sure about that?
- Let’s have dinner now.
(a) You aren’t eating.
(b) There aren’t any.
(c) Tom isn’t here yet
- The snow was …… heavily when I left the house.
- I can’t find my keys anywhere – I …… have left them at work.
- When a car pulled out in front of her, Jane did well not to …… control of her bicycle.
- According to Richard’s …… the train leaves at 7 o’clock.
- When you stay in a country for some time you get used to the people’s …… of life.
- The builders are …… good progress with the new house.
- She is now taking a more positive …… to her studies and should do well.
- My father …… his new car for two weeks now.
(a) has had
(c) is having
- What differences are there …… the English spoken in the UK and the English spoken in the US?
- At 6 p.m. I started to get angry with him because he was late ……
(a) as usual.
(b) in general.
- …… you get your father’s permission, I’ll take you skiing next weekend.
- A local company has agreed to …… the school team with football shirts.
- I really enjoy stories that are …… in the distant future.
- That old saucepan will come in …… when we go camping.
- Anyone …… after the start of the play is not allowed in until the interval.
(b) has arrived
- I didn’t …… driving home in the storm so I stayed overnight in a hotel.
- The judge said that those prepared to…… in crime must be ready to suffer the consequences.
- Marianne seemed to take …… at my comments on her work.
- You should not have a dog if you are not …… to look after it.
- The farmhouse was so isolated that they had to generate their own electricity ……
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