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1 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_1 1. If your brother practices hard, he (win) the first prize. 2. Listen! Someone (knock) at the door. 3. That little boy (not eat) anything since last night. 4. Your sister (not go) to church last Sunday. 5. I think the weather (be) fine tomorrow. 6. Please stop (make) that terrible noise! 7. Tammy and Sarah (be) friends for over ten years. 8. Mr Lee already (pay) the bills. 9. This flower (grow) well in dry soil. 10. Paul refused to (help) us the other day. 11. The women (plant) trees in the garden at this moment. 12. Some students (break) the school regulations last week. 13. We (not see) Professor Smith since last December. 14. You should avoid (make) those silly mistakes.

2 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_2 1. Everything (change) since the end of the war. 2. You must let us (try) again, please. 3. your brother ever (be) to New Zealand? 4. We are late already. the train (arrive) soon? 5. Pauling (write) a letter over there now? 6. Ronald (sell) his bicycle last year? 7. The kids (play) football every Saturday afternoon. 8. We all enjoy (eat) Japanese food. 9. mother (cook) dinner at home right now? 10. You must make him (change) his bad habits. 11. I could not help (laugh) when I saw the clown. 12. Sally would prefer to (stay) at home on a rainy day. 13. you (do) your homework at present?

3 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_3 1. Ivan (clean) his bedroom every week? 2. Listen! the old men (argue) at this moment? 3. Cindy ordered the students to (do) their homework again. 4. My brother stopped (study) two years ago. 5. Don t hesitate to (ask) me if you have a problem! 6. This book is good, so it is quite worth (read). 7. The children keep (talk) all the time. 8. Just imagine (live) on a lonely island! 9. James refused to (come) to my party last week. 10. Don t forget to (lock) the door when you leave! 11. He attempted to (solve) his problem but he failed. 12. Look at the sky! I am afraid it (rain) soon. 13. Be quiet please! The children now (study) for a test. 14. Uncle Paul just (write) a new play.

4 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_4 1. Children, you had better not (run) about in the classroom. 2. I saw some children (play) football downstairs just now. 3. Don t listen to him! He (be) a liar. 4. Peter (meet) an old friend the other day. 5. My sisters (come) if they have time. 6. The boys already (finish) the project. 7. Joseph (pass) the exam if he works hard. 8. Mrs Wong (lose) her identity card yesterday. 9. The explorers (not reach) the peak yet. 10. You may risk (lose) your job if you come late again. 11. Father suggested (go) to Japan at Christmas. 12. Would you mind (wait) for a while? 13. Ivan worked hard and managed to (pass) the exam in the end. 14. The criminal already (admit) robbing the woman. 15. Father (let) the children play outside last night.

5 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_5 1. Can you lend me the book after you finish (read) it? 2. I think I (study) in Canada after secondary school. 3. Mother, you (have) your dinner yet? Mary said. 4. The girls are planning to (give) a party this weekend. 5. This ticket will enable you to (enter) free of charge. 6. the pupils (talk) about the project at this time? 7. Tommy always (come) late for school? 8. While he (play) with his dog, he heard a strange sound. 9. the manager (agree) with you at the last meeting? 10. The Principal has agreed to (help) us with our project. 11. My mother is now trying to (save) money.

6 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_6 1. Mandy often encourages me to (try) my best. 2. We have now decided to (go) ahead with the new scheme. 3. you ever (hear) this story before? 4. Andy denied (attend) Paul s party last Saturday. 5. (dance) is my sister s favourite hobby. 6. Be quiet! The kids (prepare) for the test at this moment. 7. We once (have) a little brown dog. 8. The cleaner here (sweep) the floor every day. 9. Kathy (come) to school late this morning. 10. Tammy (be) absent from school for over a week. 11. You should avoid (deal) with those criminals. 12. All the students stopped (write) when the time was up. 13. Hush! Little Tommy (fall) asleep already. 14. Look! I am quite busy now. I (type) a report.

7 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_7 1. Don t forget to (bring) your homework tomorrow! 2. Every one of us ought to (protect) the environment. 3. The postman (deliver) these letters to you this morning. 4. The teacher (scold) the students two days ago. 5. You must (finish) all your work before 8 o clock. 6. Timmy (get) a lesson for his wrong behavior last week. 7. Where is the Principal? Well, he just (leave) the office. 8. My mother usually (go) to bed early when she feels unwell. 9. The librarian (try) to find the book you want now. 10. Look! My mother just (buy) me a new toy. 11. Father (make) up his mind already. 12. This restaurant (serve) only vegetarian food, but it is good.

8 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_8 1. I believe that he (not know) anything about our plan. 2. Don t disturb! The doctors (perform) an operation now. 3. Look! We just (complete) our work. 4. She (not be) the oldest student in this class. 5. Peter (throw) away his old sports shoes already. 6. Sam often (pretend) to be a rich man though he is poor. 7. Stand back! The fireman (fight) the fire at present. 8. Someone (steal) my new bicycle recently. 9. A few prisoners (escape) from prison last night. 10. I (sleep) a few months ago. 11. This company (earn) a lot of money every year.

9 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_9 1. Wendy often (oversleep) in the morning. 2. Peter (not like) telling lies to his friends. 3. There (be) a great fire at Diamond Hill last night. 4. We (make) plans to buy a house at present. 5. Too much wine (be) bad for your health. 6. Some animals (hurt) only at night. 7. The teacher just (explain) the instructions to us. 8. Our manager (leave) already. Can I take a message? 9. He is in trouble, but he (hesitate) to ask his father for help. 10. The mechanic (repair) your car tomorrow. 11. Can you hear? Someone (cry) for help! 12. Look! The dog (fight) with the cat.

10 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_10 1. Don t worry! We (phone) the police already. 2. This place (change) completely. I just can t recognize it. 3. People usually (wear) warm clothes in winter. 4. Look! The wet clothes (hang) out on the line. 5. My sister (keep) a small shop in Causeway Bay. 6. The postman just (deliver) a parcel to you. Here it is! 7. Nancy (make) arrangements for a trip to Japan now. 8. Tommy already (do) his homework. What about you? 9. I often (lose) my temper when I am angry. 10. When he (chase) the bus, he slipped and fell down. 11. The farmer (feed) the animals when it rained.

11 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_11 1. The car (travel) quite fast when the accident happened. 2. While I (wait) for the bus, I witnessed an accident. 3. The government (knock) down those structures soon. 4. My uncle (write) me a letter last month. 5. He (play) with the dog when it bit him on the leg. 6. If you listen to me, you (not make) another mistake. 7. Hurry up! The film (begin) in a minute or two. 8. She (queue) up for the tickets when she met an old friend. 9. Please follow me! The Principal (wait) for you. 10. Some residents (see) the accident and called the police. 11. If I get a promotion, I (buy) you a present.

12 LEVEL6_TENSE_CH9_12 1. Dennis (forget) to bring his tennis racket last week. 2. I (not come) to your party tomorrow. I m sorry about that. 3. The boys (play) games when their teacher appeared. 4. you (withdraw) all the money from the bank yesterday? 5. The typhoon (spoil) the crops last month. 6. The government (build) more flats next year. 7. The children (draw) a very big picture next week. 8. He (run) along the river bank when he fell into the water. 9. He (sleep) until two o clock last Sunday. 10. It (rain) quite heavily last night. 11. The bus (travel) quite fast when the accident took place. 12. The moon (move) around the earth.

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