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It takes me/him/us etc. to do

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1. Correct Mistakes where needed.


1. How much time it took him clean his work desk? 
2. It usually take me one hour and half to drive my two children to school. 
3. How long will it takes the design team finishing decorating your new house? 
4. I don't like that it takes his so much to prepare this sales pitch. 
5. Last year it took us 1.5 days drive from Poland to UK, this year it can takes us up to 2 days as some highways are undergoing repairment works. 
6. The flight from Moscow to New York usually takes 9 hours. 
7.  Why did it took you so long to agree the lease terms with the tenant?
8. It can take our lawyer about two weeks to make the necessary changes to the contract.
9. The Embassy will take up to one week to consider your visa application.
10. It take a good chef half an hour to cook a decent meal.
11.  It takes farmers half a year grow a new harvest.
12.  Learning Chinese to a good level can take up to five years.
13.  If you are persistent, it will take you less time to finish this essay.
14.  Ironing your dress for the party shouldn't take you so long, please be quick, I will pick you up in 15 minutes!
15.  This test has take you less than 30 minutes, you simply do not have more time to finish it.


2.  Put questions to the positive sentences above (How long, how much time etc.)