1, enjoys / watches 2, doesn’t use 3, Does / usually change 4, smokes 5, is staying 6, take 7, am feeding 8, does not usually send 9, mix / put 10, are turning 11, get / says 12, isn’t playing 13, comes 14, are always losing 15, consists of 16, Do you think 17, are you thinking 18, is being 19, are tasting 20, guarantee
1, swim 2, stopped 3, jumped 4, ruled 5, were growing / was 6, were experiencing 7, was leaving 8, were working 9, had been running 10, was taking 11, had taken 12, had been 13, had already started 14, climbed 15, had expected 16, had been declining 17, had only used 18, use to have 19, used 20, used to be
1, will find 2, ‘ll probably sell 3, are going to win 4, ‘s going to rain 5, ‘ll be skiing 6, ‘ll have been married 7, ‘ll have been living / ‘ll have lived 8, ‘ll just finish / ‘m just going to finish 9, shall we have 10, will come / am going to come 11, ‘m going to spend 12, ‘re going to build 13, is coming 14, ‘m staying 15, ‘ll be making /’re going to make 16, will you be staying / are you going to stay 17, takes off 18, will be / is 19, will be playing 20, pay
Letter 1 (Dear Hilda)
have just heard / would like / Do you think / would be able to / had / remember / said / was OR had been / got OR had got / can OR could / can OR could / suits OR would suit / has / will bring OR would bring / isn’t / don’t hesitate / are / will take him if I ask OR would take him if I asked / has been OR was / seemed
Letter 2 (Dear Sarah)
am OR was /am / are going / will be / will look / enjoyed / missed / left OR had left / looked / will be / Will you OR Could you / doesn’t suit / Don’t bother / have / you’ll have / bring / you’ll have OR you’ll have had
Letter 3 (Dear Peter)
Do you by any chance know / would like / have just heard / would exactly suit / doesn’t apply / won’t get / saw / was just leaving OR had just left / said / was going / promised / found OR had found / have heard / don’t even know / went / know / would be / would phone OR phoned / have tried / doesn’t seem
Letter 4 (Dear Sir)
am / advertised /are coming OR will be coming / require OR will require / Would you please tell me OR Could you please tell me / is / would also like / Will I be able to OR Would I be able to / hopes OR is hoping / don’t drive / won’t be / need OR would need OR will need / Do the local shops still deliver / know / did / would be / would tell / calls / ask OR are asking / sounds / would you like / have been / lived / want / is also writing / would like / painted / has known / lived / am / would recommend OR will recommend / would of course be willing OR am of course willing / would be / enclose
had built HAD BEEN BUILDING her own website for about two months. When she was a student at the university, Joy studies STUDIED advertising and marketing. Since she has begun BEGAN working with computers, she has learned a lot about them. Every once in a while, she is having HAS problems, though. For example, one day last week, the power went off while she worked WAS WORKING. When the problem occurred, she has HAD been writing a story for her website. Just as she is WAS going to turn the computer off and take a break, the electricity has gone WENT off. Fortunately, she had saved the story, so she wasn’t losing DIDN'T LOSE it.
1,was invented 2,is surrounded 3,is spelled 4,is going to be built/will be built 5, was divided 6,is worn 7,was caused 8,was ordered 9,was … killed 10,has not been reported 11,was surprised 12,was offered 13,were frightened 14,was confused 15,is expected
were hit / were changed / was measured / has ever been recorded / was followed / were destroyed / were swept / died / were killed / were left / continued / could have been lessened / exists / doesn’t reach / have been working / will not experience
Mood changes are said to have a physiological basis in the brain. As a result, these changes are being studied. Because it is believed that mood changes are affected by the level of serotonin in the brain, a study has been conducted to determine what factors affect the level of serotonin. The blood of a large number of volunteers was taken throughout the year. This blood was then analyzed to see when the amount of serotonin was highest and lowest. It was found that the level of serotonin was affected by sunlight but it was not affected by temperature, air pressure or amount of rain. An increase in depression with reduced sunlight was also noted. Consequently, this depression has been named "Seasonal Affective Disorder," although it is often just called "winter blues."