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I. Combine these pairs of sentences using relative pronouns.
Norway is a Baltic country. You can see the midnight sun there.
The man called the police. His wallet was stolen.
Julius Caesar was a great general. He was also a writer.
George bought a house. It had 2 bedrooms and a kitchen.
II. Fill in the gap with 'used to' or the correct form of 'be used to'.
1.      He her soft voice so he can hear her clearly.
2.      Jane drive on the left when she was in England.
3.      When I was younger, I getting up early in the morning.
4.      My mother use oil to cook meals.
5.      When he was a worker, he climb up a ladder.
6.      She eating hamburgers a since she moved to America.
III. Fill in the gap with an adj. ending with –ing or –ed.
  1. I didn’t find the situation funny. I was not . (amuse)
  2. It was a really experience. Everybody was very . (terrify/ shock)
  3. Liz is a very person. She knows a lot, she’s travelled a lot, and she’s done lots of different things. (interest)
  4. The children went to the circus. For them, the circus was . The children jumped up and down. (excite)