Раскройте скобки, употребляя глаголы в Present Indefinite,
Present Continuous, Past Indefinite или Future Indefinite.
1. Look! Nick (to read) a book.
2. He usually (to read) books at home.
3. Yesterday he (to read) a book at school.
4. I think tomorrow he (not to read).
1. Kate and Ann usually (to go) for a walk together.
2. Yesterday Ann (to go) for a walk with Mary.
3. Look! They (to go) to us.
4. They (to invite) us to play with them, I think.
1. I (to be) a pupil now.
2. Last year I (to be) a pupil too.
3. Next year I (to be) a pupil of the 4th form.
1. I usually (to get up) at 7 o’clock.
2. I (to get up) at 6 o’clock yesterday.
3. Tomorrow I (to get up) early too.
4. I (to do) my homework now.
1. My mother (to cook) dinner every day.
2. She (to cook) a tasty cake last Sunday.
3. She (to cook) fish now.
4. She says she (to cook) chops tomorrow.
1. My little brother (to sleep) now.
2. He usually (to go) to bed at seven.
3. But yesterday he (to go) to bed very late.
4. Next month he (not to go) to school and he hopes he (to get up) at 10
1. My sister (to buy) a nice dog last month.
2. I hope she (to come) to us with her dog tomorrow.
3. We usually (to play) with her dog when she comes.
4. My mother and I (to read) a book about dogs at the moment.
1. My friend (to teach) his brother to play chess every Sunday.
2. I think he (to teach) me to play this game too.
3. Last week my father (to bring) me chess.
4. I (to look) at it now.
1. The children usually (to have) a break after lessons.
2. They (to run) in the yard now.
3. They (to run and play) during the break yesterday.
4. I think I (to play) with them tomorrow.
1. I (can) read well now.