Supply the most suitable tense (Present , past, or past perfect):
1.- She (go) away every weekend. 2.- He (go) abroad last week. 3.- No, he isn't here. He just (go) out.
4.- He (go) downstairs when I (meet) him. 5.- Where is Mr Green? He (go) out ten minutes ago.
6.- This boy never (see) the sea. 7.-You (see) my bag ? I (lose) it.
8.-I (see) you yesterday . You (sit) outside a café. 9.- He (already write) a lot of letters, but she (not write) many.
10.- He is busy now; he (write) a letter . 11.- I (hope) he (get) better now, I (hear) he (have) a cold all the week.
12.- I usually (not take) sugar in my tea. 13.- You (see) a good film lately ?
14.- He (live) in England since 1970. 15.- When I last (see) him, he (live) in Caceres.
16.-He (sit) in the garden when the storm (break). 17.-You (go) to the cinema last night ? No , I (not be) -
for threee weeks. 18.- I (hear) the news last night, but I (not hear) it today .
19.-You (read) that book yet ? No, I only just (begin) it.
20.- I ( see ) that you (buy ) a new hat . How much you (pay) for it ?
1.- When I (see) him he (sit) asleep in a chair. 2.- He (write) a letter now.
3.- I suppose you (hear) the latest news : John (marry) that horrible Jackson girl yesterday.
4.- The sun (shine) for the last half - hour and the wind (drop ).
5.- He already ( write) two letters this morning . 6.- He (write) a lot of letters yesterday.
7.- We ( not play) tennis together since last May. 8.- I (go) away last weekend.
9.- You (see) my pen ? I (lose) it and I (buy) it yesterday.
10.- I (lesrn) English for the last two years , and now I (study) Russian , too.
11.- When water (boil) the liquid (change) to a vapour that ( be called ) steam.
12.- He ( study ) chemistry for three years and then ( give) it up.
13.-Cyril never (wash) behind his ears; he (say) the soap (get) into his eyes.
14.-Maisie (paint) her toe- nails and her hair (change ) colour at least three times since last winter.
15.-My wife (not come) home yet. She never (come) home before midnight but last night she (not get)
in till two o'clock.
16.- At present he (read) an English novel; it is the third English novel he (read) this year.
17.- When your train (leave) ? You (pack) your bags yet? Here are some sandwiches I (make) you for the trip.
18.- She never (see) the sea. She (want) to go last year but she (have ) no money.
19.- You (speak) to my sister yesterday ? No, I (not see ) her for a long time. I (can) not remember
when I last (see ) her.
20.- While I (walk) through the park with Maisie last night , a man (take) her bag from her hand and -
(run ) away. I (can ) not run after him because it (be) too dark to leave her alone. The police
( not catch ) him yet but they ( investigate ) the matter this days .
1.- I (be born) in London but (spend) most of my childhood in the country.
2.-We still ( live ) there when my father ( die ). 3.- My elder brother (join) the air force when he (be) 17.
4.-He ( learn ) to fly night fighters when the war (break ) out.
5.- He (continue) his training for a time , and soon (become ) a pilot officer.
6.-Afterwards he (fight ) on two fronts. 7.- I (expect) you (hear) how he (win) a medal for bravery.
8.-I once (hear) Tom Jones sing , but I never (hear) Julio Iglesias.
9.- A few years ago they ( pull ) down some old houses in that street.
10.-Last year they ( begin ) to build a new block of flats.
11.- In my town they continually ( pull ) down old houses and ( put ) up new ones.
12.- The town ( change ) its appearance completely since 1968.
13.-Two years ago they ( call ) in an architect. 14.- He already ( design ) some important public buildings.
15.-Now he ( prepare ) the plans for a new Town Hall.
16.-There (be) great improvements in the country too.
17.- Until recently there ( be ) no baths in many of the cottages and farms.
18.-Sometimes the roofs ( leak = Gotear ) and ( let ) in the rain.
19.-Now they ( build ) a lot of new workmen ' s cottages.
20.-They already ( repair ) some of the old ones and ( make ) them more healthy and -