By A. J. Thomson
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So there is. It (be) blown down by the gale last night. 18 This building (be) finished by the end of last year (this was the plan), but there have been so many strikes that it isn't finished yet. 19 But for the fog they (reach) the top next day. 20 You (cross) the road by the subway, (but you didn't) 21 It is a pity you (not bring) your kite. It is just the day for kites. 22 It is possible that I (be) mistaken. 23 I sat on a seat in the park and now my coat is covered in green stripes. ~ The paint (be) wet.
How many you (smoke) a day? Paul: I (not smoke) very many—perhaps 20. Jack (smoke) far more than I (do). He (spend) £10 a week on cigarettes. 3 Mary (see) Peter standing at the bus stop. Mary: Hello, Peter. What bus you (wait) for? Peter: Hello, Mary. I (wait) for a 9 or a 14. 4 Mary: You usually (go) to work by car, don't you? Peter: Yes, but the car (belong) to my mother and she sometimes (want) it. She (use) it today to take Tom to the dentist. 5 Mary: I usually (go) by car too. Jack (take) me because he (pass) my office on his way to the factory.
It was on the table by the window only a minute ago! Who (take) it? ~ It (be) a magpie. There are some round here and they like shining things. A magpie (hop) in through the window and (snatch) it when you were out of the room. ) 30 I had to walk home yesterday: I had no money for my fare. ~ You (tell) me! I (lend) you the money! 31 I (not take) a taxi. I (walk); it was only a hundred metres. (/ took a taxi but it wasn 't necessary. ) 32 The shoplifter thought she was unobserved but when she got to the door a store detective stopped her.
A Practical English Grammar: Exercises 2 (Bk. 2) by A. J. Thomson