18.When you (to listen) to the news on the radio? 19.Who (to make) breakfast for you now? 20.you (to read) a magazine and (to think) evernote about your holiday at the moment? Ey (to be) good dancers but they (not to go) to discos very often. 22.What she (to talk) about right now? 1.I (to sit) in the waiting room at the doctor's now. 2.I (not to work) in my office now. Ic (to talk) about his holiday plans, but Kenny (not to listen) to him.
— i (to come) at three o'clock. Where your cousin (to work)? — he (to work) at a hospital. Your sister (to study) at college? — no, she (to study) at school. My cousin (to go) to school every day. My mother (not to play) the piano now. She (to play) the piano in the morning.
The baby always (to sleep) after dinner. My grandmother (not to work). She is on pension. My father (not to sleep) now. He (to work) in the garden. 11.I usually (to get) up at seven o'clock in the morning. What your sister (to do) now? — she (to wash) her face and hands. When you usually (to come) home from school?
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You (to go) to the opera with your friends? His father (not to watch) tv at the moment. He (to sleep) because he (to be) tired. Pat (not to cook) isb dinner at the moment. She (to talk) on the phone. She (to cook) dinner every monday.
I (not to drink) coffee now. I (to write) an English exercise. I (not to drink) coffee in the evening. I (to drink) coffee in the morning. Your friend (to do) his homework now? Your friend (to go) to school in the morning? The baby (to sleep).
I (to read) books in the evening. I (not to read) books in the morning. I (to write) an exercise now. I (not to write) a letter now. They (to play) in the yard now. They (not to play) in the street now.
They (to play) in the room now? He (to help) his mother every day. He (to help) his mother every day? He (not to help) his mother every day. You (to go) to school on Sunday? She (to work) in a shop now? He (to deliver) letters now?
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We (not to go) to the country in winter. My sister (to thank eat) sweets every day. She (not to eat) sweets now. They (to do) their homework in the afternoon. They (not to go) for a walk in the evening. My father (not to work) on Sunday. He (to work) every day.
Tom (to play) football on Saturday. He (not to play) football every day. 3.I (to wear) a suit now. I (not to wear) jeans now. My friend (not to like) resumes to play football. I (not to read) now. He (to sleep) now?
(to speak) English, german and French? She only (not to speak) Italian.
The children (to add eat) soup now? The children (not to eat) soup now. You (to play) volleyball well? When you (to play) volleyball? What Nick (to do) in the evening? He (to go) to the cinema in the evening? We (not to dance) every day. Kate (to sing) well? Where he (to go) in the morning?
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Present write, writes am is writing are have, has written have, has been writing, past wrote was, were writing had written had been writing, future will write will be writing will have written will have been writing. He (to work) in the the centre of Chicago? He (not to work) in the centre of Chicago. They (to read) many books. They (to read) many books? They (not to read) many books. The children (to eat) soup now.