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Holidays forever!! ClapBig smileCool

Bill: Hello, Sue.

Sue: Hello, Bill.

Bill: How �your holiday?

Sue: Super.Tongue

Bill: Did you �to Austria?

Sue: No, we . My mum wanted to go to Italy.���

Bill: Did you go �car?

Sue: Yes, my father loves driving.

Bill: �you go camping?

Sue: No, we didn�t. We �at hotels.

�������� �about you? Did you �camping?

Bill: Yes, we .

Sue: �the campsites alright?

Bill: Yes, they . Big smile

Sue: �the weather good?

Bill: No, it was cold and �was a lot of rain.

������ So we couldn�t go . Cry

Another dialogue:

Ken: How �your holiday, Jenny?

Jenny: Don�t ask me. It �really boring. Confused

Ken: What was the problem?

Jenny: We �at a farm. There was no TV, no disco,

������������ nothing. Thumbs Down

Ken: How long �you stay?

Jenny: Four weeks.

Ken: �weeks?

Jenny: Yes, four boring . Yuk! Disapprove

Ken: What was the weather ?

Jenny: It was cold and �was a lot of rain.

Ken: Poor you. Shocked

Do you know the correct past forms?

Last year Mum and I �(go)to Italy. Dad �(take)us to the airport. At the airport we �(say)goodbye to him and then we �(go)to the gate. Mum �(can't) find the tickets. She �(take) a taxi and �(go)back home. The tickets �(aren't) at home. Mum �(go)back to the airport. She �(is) very nervous. Then we��(find) the tickets. They �(are) in my jacket!