1. We celebrate my birthday today. a) We celebrated my birthday today. b) We did celebrate my birthday today. c) We celebrated my birthday yesterday. 2. She cooks tasty soup every day. a) She cooked tasty soup yesterday. b) She did cook tasty soup yesterday. c) She cooked tasty soup every day 3. He washes the floor every week. a) He washed the floor every week. b) He washed the floor yesterday. c) He did wash the floor every week.
- … - … - I was in London last summer. - … - Yes, it was. The weather was fine: warm and dry. - … - I saw the Tower of London and Trafalgar Square. It was great! - … - I stayed in a small hotel, my room wasn’t big, but it was clean and nice. - … - Yes, I did. I tried to speak with some Englishmen. It was very hard and funny. - … - Yes, I did. I enjoyed my summer vocation very much. It was interesting and useful for my English.
Last summer Jane and Pete (visit) _________ their granny. She (live) ________ in a little house in Oxford. The weather (be) _________ nice and children (have) _________ a lot of fun. One day they (see) _________ a little dog in the street. They (take) _________ the dog home and (call) __________ it Nancy. Nancy (be) _________ very kind and clever. They (play) ___________ together every day. When Pete’s ball (get lost) ______ _______ she (find) _______ it and Pete (be) ______ very happy. Autumn (come) _________ and the children (go back) _________ to London. They (can not) ________ take Nancy with them to their little flat, so Nancy (stay) _________ with Granny. The children often (think) _________ about Nancy and (want) _________to visit her. One morning Jane (look) _________ out the window and (see) _________ Nancy. She (find) __________ them and (come) _________with a present. In her mouth she (have) _________ Pete’s old trainer.
Last summer Jane and Pete visited their granny. She lived in a little house in Oxford. The weather was nice and children had a lot of fun. One day they saw a little dog in the street. They took the dog home and called it Nancy. Nancy was very kind and clever. They played together every day. When Pete’s ball got lost she found it and Pete was very happy. Autumn came and the children went back to London. They couldn’t take Nancy with them to their little flat, so Nancy stayed with Granny. The children often thought about Nancy and wanted to visit her. One morning Jane looked out the window and saw Nancy. She found them and came with a present. In her mouth she had Pete’s old trainer.