a. Rachel always worryis worryingworries a lot about everything.
b. Why have you calleddid you calldo you call me yesterday?
c. Which book did you readwere you readingdo you readare you reading at the moment?
d. Yuk! These bananas haven't tastedaren't tastingdon't taste very good.
e. John talkedwere talkingis going to talkwas talking to Sam when I saw him.
f. I wasn't surfingdidn't surfhaven't surfed the internet at 10:30 last night.
g. Jane’s not here. She is going to gowenthas gonegoes to Paris for the weekend.
h. I didn't seehaven't seenwasn't seeingam going to see my friends yet. I hope to meet them tomorrow.
i. My parents are marryinghave marriedhave been marriedmarry for 26 years. They celebrate their anniversary next week.
j. If they won't hurry updon't hurry uparen't hurry upwouldn't hurry up, they’ll miss the film.
k. He can’t come to the cinema tonight. He is going to visitvisitedwould visitwas visiting his aunt.
l. If it waswould beweren'tisn't so hot, we’d play outside.
m. My mum will not leaveisn't going to leavewouldn't leavedidn't leave her job if she won the lottery.
n. Coca-Cola inventedwas inventwas inventedis inventing by John Pemberton.
d. Who's the youngest in your family? - on September 3rd
e. Have you ever failed an English test? - my brother John
f. Did you use to bite your nails when you were young? - No, I haven't
g. What would you do if you were 18? - He's got fair hair and is quite handsome.
h. Does this bus go to the British Museum? - I've got a terrible headache.
3. Change the sentences below into AFFIRMATIVE, NEGATIVE or INTERROGATIVE:
A. I met a film star in the street last year.
B. My sister has been to England twice this year.
C. I didn't get his reply straight away.
D. My dad used to go to my local primary school.
E. Are you going to stay in bed tomorrow?
F. The weather will be good next week.