Present Perfect, Past Simple Future Tenses Infinitive - Gerund Adverbs (slowly/carefully/just/still/too), Relative Clause (who, which, that), Have to/Must/Should, Ever/Since/For.
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Joanna Trollope _____ a lot of books. She _____ her first in 1980.
He’s worked there _____ many years, _____ 1988, I believe.
If you need some help with your homework, you _____ go to the library.
Mike and Jack _____ here five months ago. They _____ in this city for five months.
I don’t like food _____ is very spicy.
You _____ tell lies. It’s wrong.
The wedding was wonderful. The _____ looked beautiful, and the _____ was very handsome.
What is the weather _____ in January?
“I’m working 16 hours a day.”
“I think you _____ talk to your boss.”
The film star gave a party _____ cost $10.000.
“Why have you got your old clothes on?”
“Because I _____ the grass.”
I’m going to bed. I _____ be up early tomorrow.
You _____ have a driving license if you want to drive a car.
Your hair’s too long. I think you _____ get it cut.
Sarah’s English is getting better. She _____ a lot of English since she _____ here.
There’s someone at the door _____ wants to speak to George.
I’m looking after Tom today. He’s been at my house _____ 8.00 this morning.
He’s the man _____ Anna loves.
He’s my sister’s son. He’s my _____.
The Flash _____ together for over fifteen years.
If you want to learn English, you _____ speak your language in English lessons.
They liked the hotel because they _____ do any cooking.
We’ve known Paul _____ two years. Have you _____ met him?
There’s a wonderful new restaurant opened in town. You _____ go there.
“Jane told me you have a place at university.”
“That’s right. I _____ math at St. Andrews in Scotland.”
You _____ come with me if you don’t want to. I’ll go on my own.
Peter _____ his work 3 hours ago.
You’re reading the book _____ I wanted to read.
I haven’t seen Keith _____ a while.
I _____ all their records since then.