Access 3 Grammar Book Plus by Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley

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A new computer last week. S Princess Diana ........ ... a beautiful woman . 6 Shelly .. ....... .. to the cinema with Helen yesterday. 7 We ..... .... ... every summer by the lake when we were young . 8 I .... .. .... ... the dog for a walk and then I watched TV. 9 My parents ........ ........ a lot of their favourite bands play when they were teenagers . 10 Betty had a bath and ............. .. .. her hair. Past Simple 5 (regular and irregular verbs) 4 Do you know the reason for her leaving her job?

Anything tonight? B does C doing A do Mark: ( 25x2 2 Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use up to three words. 1 What is your dad's job? What ................................................ do? 2 Maya always returns home early. Maya never ...................................... late. 3 What is a typical weekday in your life like? What do ................. . a typical weekday? 4 She's wearing a skirt today, but she usually wears 5 6 7 8 9 10 jeans. She .......................

For (= over a period of time) They have lived in that house for nine months. • since (= from a starting point in the past) They have lived in that house since the beginning of the year. • recently (normally in affirmative sentences) She has recently bought a new car. • so far (normally in affirmative statements) I 've typed three letters so far . 2 Make sentences using the words below, as in the example. Use since or for. 1 I/ not see / Emily/ long t ime 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ~ I haven't seen Emily for a long time.

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