The time is stated, already known or implied. B: Unfortunately, she didn't do. Her fiat got burgled last night. Perhaps the tribesmen came around regularly with food and water, or helped them to build a shelter to sleep in. I'll ask Mum to make this dress shorter. In view of the benefits to children in particular, it would be money well spent. It is part of a newspaper report because it men- tions action to be taken in the future, uses the passive and is written in an impersonal, formal style.
A had given C have been given B gave D were given I. A fire led to the building being evacuated. Sid advised his mother to see a doctor about her eyes. The national anthem was sung at the beginning of the ceremony. This box is heavy; you can't carry it on your own. We were playing Scrabble when the lights went out. They have had John's suit delivered.
Then he was : given a bonus. Just then, I heard some branches snapping, and lthought Fay was walking nearby. I hope you will accept my apology. Her students have been misbehaving since lunchtime. It soon became obvious that we'd have to try to parachute to safety, because the plane seemed sure to crash.
A had been drinking C has been drinking B was drinking Mary. Alan hasn't written to me since June. It is expected that 10,000 people will attend the festival. On the other hand, sugar has no nutrients and can damage our teeth. Having an operation was being the worst experience of my life. They are having the wedding cake made.
They then led us to a clearing where we would be able to signal for help. She was too much tired to stay up any longer. The river is too polluted for fish to live in. A flood — After several days of heavy rain, a river running through a village burst its banks and flooded many houses. The Workbooks contain a variety of vocabulary, grammar, communication, reading and writing exercises. A, D in any order any order 9. Relative pronouns and relative adverbs cannot be omitted in non-identifying relative clauses.
It shows that there is as much ot something as is wanted or needed. It is said that the parade was the best ever. Stative llerlis 0 Stative, or state verbs as they are often called, describe a state rather than an action and do not normally have continuous tenses. It takes place in the streets of the town. He's also wearing an open-necked shirt. Someone has been throwing their rubbish into my garden. Having a barbecue is a great way to socialise.
James was the only one who didn't go to the concert. How long ago did she get her driver's Iicence? Lisa started designing jewellery two years ago. I wish i could be my own boss. Susan lit a candle but it still wasn't so bright enough. The car parked outside is my brother's. Stitches from surgery may even burst. Rail crash — A crowded passenger train ran into the back of a stationary goods train which was waiting at a junction.
He has written many books, three of which have become bestsellers. Airport workers have been on strike for weeks now; nevertheless, few flights have been can- celled. The earthquake caused a lot of buildings to col- lapse. John, who he is my best friend, won the 100m race. Richard is eighteen so he can vote. Three skiers have not been found. She lives in a block of flats.