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To Spain? Read Julie's email to her friend Sam . Put the verbs in brackets into t he correct form of the past simple. HiSam, You'll never. guess what 1) ~ happened Speaking (happen) yesterday morning! J 2) ........... Make sentences about yourself, using the time expressions. (be) in my bedroom playing a board game with my sister when, all of a sudden, our house 3) .................. (begin) to shake. My sister and I 4) .................. (look) at each other in fear, as my parents 5) ................

3 ...... ............... ... John .... •. ... .. • . .. . .... •........ .. .... .... .... .......... .. ... ... ... ........ ......... ........ since morning. 3 Imagine the situation . Use the verbs in the present perfect continuous to write sentences, as in the example . • redecorate • walk • cry • sneeze • wait • rain 4 .... ...... .. .... .. ...... ....... ..... for ten hours . Jenny's upset.

Go to the beach? help with the housework? visit grandparents? play computer games? Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use up to three words. ~ It last rained three weeks ago. It ~ hasn 't rained for three weeks. I saw George last Monday. I ..... ..... ..... ... .. George since last Monday. Sally hasn ' t played tennis for two years . Sally last ... ...... ............ ... ...... .. two years ago. It's been three weeks since I last spoke to Jim.

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