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I see a red dress.
You see a green umbrella.
We see a red car.
They see a black dress.
People see a green umbrella.
Students see a red car.
Children see a black dress.

He sees a green umbrella.
She sees a red dress.
Person sees a green umbrella.
Child sees a red car.
John sees a black dress.
Doctor sees a green dress.

I want a cup of water.
They want a cup of coffee.
We want a white umbrella.
You want a cup of water.
Children want a cup of hot coffee.

He wants a cup of water.
She wants a cup of hot coffee.
Boy wants a white umbrella.
Girl wants a cup of black coffee.
John wants a cup of hot coffee.
Doctor wants a cup of black coffee.

I need a new uniform.
We need a new information.
They need a new green car.
You need a good book.
People need a new information.
Students need a new red car.

He needs a new uniform.
She needs a new information.
Girl needs a new green car.
Boy needs a good book.
Student needs a new information.
Person needs a new big car.

I understand the problem.
We understand the new information.
You understand his problem.
They understand my problem.
Students understand the new information.
Doctors understand his problem.
People understand the problem.

He understands her problem.
She understands the new information.
John understands his problem.
Mary understands my problem.
Boy understands the new information.

I walk to my small school every day.
You walk to your new school every day.
We walk to our big university every day.
They walk to shop every day.
Students walk to university every day.

He walks to his small school every day.
She walks to her big school every day.
Student walks to university every day.
Girl walks to her big school every day.

I hear you.
We hear her.
They hear me.
Boys hear us.

She hears me.
He hears us.
Girl hears you.
Doctor hears me.

I believe you.
We believe her.
They believe me.
Boys believe us.

She believes me.
He believes us.
Girl believes you.
Doctor believes me.

I like you.
We like her.
They like me.
Boys like us.

She likes me.
He likes us.
Girl likes you.
Doctor likes me.

I hate you.
We hate her.
They hate me.
Boys hate us.

She hates me.
He hates us.
Girl hates you.
Doctor hates me.

I know you.
We know her.
They know me.
Boys know us.

She knows me.
He knows us.
Girl knows you.
Doctor knows me.

I have the red car.
You have a green umbrella.
We have the red car.

He has a green umbrella.
She has a red dress.
Person has a green umbrella.
Mary has a black dress.

I love you.
You love her.
She loves me.
He loves her.
Girl loves you.
Doctor loves her.


page 2

I usually walk to my small school
in the morning.

You usually walk to your new school.
We usually walk to our big university.
They usually walk to shop
in the evening.

Students usually walk to university.
He usually walks to his small school
in the morning.

She usually walks to her big school.
Student usually walks to university.
Girl usually walks to her big school.

I speak English.
We speak Spanish.
They speak English.
Girls speak French.
Boys speak Spanish.
Children speak English.

Mary speaks English.
Professor speaks Spanish.
Jane speaks English.
Student speaks French.
Doctor speaks Spanish.
He speaks English.
She speaks French.

My new house is big.
His big umbrella is green.
Her new dress is white.
Coffee is black.
His car is red.
My car is black.
Her umbrella is white.
Tree is green.

Cars are green.
Houses are brown.
Trees are green.

I see four red dresses.
You see six green umbrellas.
We see ten red cars.
They see four black dresses.
People see ten green umbrellas.
Students see two red cars.
Children see four black dresses.

He sees two green umbrellas.
She sees five red dresses.
Person sees one green umbrella.
Child sees two red cars.
John sees ten black dresses.
Doctor sees five green dresses.

I want one cup of water.
They want two cups of coffee.
We want three white umbrellas.
You want two cups of water
and three glasses of hot milk.

Children want five cups of hot coffee
and six glasses of milk.

He wants three cups of water.
She wants two cups of hot coffee.
Boys want eight white umbrellas.
Girls want nine cups of black coffee.
John wants two cups of hot coffee
and one glass of milk.

Doctors want eleven cups of black coffee.

Twelve students need a new book.
One girl needs a new green car.
Six boys need a good book.
Nine students need a new information.

Three students understand the new information.


Five doctors know him and understand his problem.
Two people know us and understand our problem.

Twelve students walk to university every day.
One student walks to university every day.
Three girls walk to school every day.

I have one red car.
You have two green umbrellas.
We have three red cars.

He has four green umbrellas.
She has five red dresses.
Person has seven green umbrellas.
Mary has two white dresses.

I usually take two cups of coffee and one glass of milk.
You take one book every day.
Four students take four cups of hot coffee with milk every evening.
Boy takes five books every morning.

I usually go to my small school in the morning.
You usually go to your new school.
We usually go to our big university.
They go home every evening.
Students go to university every morning.

He usually goes to his small school in the morning.
She usually goes to her big school and walks to shop.
Student usually goes to university in the evening.
Girl usually goes to her big school in the morning.


page 3


buy, pay, give, open, close, find, read, write, live, please

pen, pencil, textbook, page, paper, newspaper, letter

man, woman, wife, husband, son,
daughter, sister, brother, mouther, father,
grandmouther, grandfather, grandson,  grand-daughter

door, window, room, kitchen, tea, dollar

year, month, week

blouse, shirt, hat, coat, skirt

thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen,
thirty, fourty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, one hundred.
one thousand

this, that, these, those

Daughter, open your new book and read those sixteen pages.
Father, give me seventeen dollars, please.
Son, open your textbook and find a new information.
Mouther, buy these fourteen pencils and that green skirt.
Sister, give me my black hat and brown coat.
Grandson, buy eighteen textbooks and fifteen newspapers.
Grand-daughter, open the door and close the window.
Grandmouther, buy thirteen pens and this red blouse.
Brother, give me thirty dollars, please.
Sister, pay fifty dollars for this coat, please.
Daughter, pay sixty dollars for that hat.
Son, read seventy pages of your textbook every week.
Husband, pay ninety dollars for this hat, please.
Daughter, write a letter to your grandmouther.
Brother, write a letter to your grandfather.

Wife and husband pay nineteen dollars for newspapers every day.
Brother lives in that room.
Sister lives in this big room.
Son lives in that small room.
Grandfather buys fourty shirts every year.
Daughter pays eighty dollars for books every month.
Father pays one hundred dollars for newspapers every month.
Man and woman live in this big house.

1974 --- one thousand nine hundred seventy four
2004 --- two thousand four
1861 --- one thousand eight hundred sixty one

Son, take eighty cups.
Daughter, take nineteen books.
Wife, find my shirt.
Husband, find my hat.

Grand-daughter, go to your school in the morning.
Grandson, go to your new school.
Sisters, go to the university.
Brothers, go home every evening.

Son is in the kitchen.
Brothers are in the room.
Wife and husband are in the kitchen.
I am in the university.

page 4

do - do not (don't)
does - does not (doesn't)

cap, table, chair, armchair,
spoon, fork, juice

Sanday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday

restaurant, office, waiter, waitress

I do not see a red cap.
You don't see a green coat.
We do not see a red table.
Children don't see a black cap.

Brother does not see a green coat.
Sister doesn't see a red cap.
Person does not see a green coat.
Child doesn't see a red table.
John does not see a black cap.
Doctor doesn't see a green cap.

I do not hear you.
We don't hear her.
They do not hear me.
Brothers don't hear us.

She doesn't hear me.
He does not hear us.
Girl doesn't hear you.
Doctor does not hear me.

I do not believe you.
We don't believe her.
They do not believe me.
Brothers don't believe us.

Sister doesn't believe me.
Brother does not believe us.
Girl doesn't believe you.

I do not like you.
We don't like her.
They do not like me.
Brothers don't like us.

She doesn't like me.
He does not like us.
Girl doesn't like you.
Doctor does not like me.

I do not know you.
We don't know her.
They do not know me.
Boys don't know us.

Sister doesn't know me.
He does not know us.
Girl doesn't know you.
Doctor does not know me.

I don't need a small fork.
We do not need a new information.
They don't need a new green armchair.
You do not need a bad newspaper.
People don't need a new information.
Waiters do not need a new red armchair.

Brother does not need a small fork.
She doesn't need a new information.
Girl does not need a new green table.
Son doesn't need a bad newspaper.
Student does not need a new information.
Person doesn't need a new big table.

I understand the problem.
We understand the new information.
You understand his problem.
They understand my problem.
Waiters understand the new information.
Doctors understand his problem.
People understand the problem.

He does not understand her problem.
Sister doesn't understand the new information.
John does not understand his problem.
Mary doesn't understand my problem.
Boy does not understand the new information.

I don't walk to my small office every Monday.
You do not walk to your new office every Tuesday.
We don't walk to our big university every Wednesday.
They do not walk to shop every Saturday.
Waiters don't walk to restaurant every Friday.

Brother doesn't walk to his small office every Tuesday.
She does not walk to her big office every Monday.
Waitress doesn't walk to restaurant every Wednesday.
Girl does not walk to her big office every Tuesday.

I do not want a glass of juice.
They don't want a glass of tea.
We do not want a white coat.
You don't want a cup of juice.
Children do not want a glass of hot tea.

He does not want a cup of juice.
Sister doesn't want a glass of hot tea.
Son does not want a white coat.
Girl doesn't want a cup of black tea.
John does not want a glass of hot tea.
Doctor doesn't want a cup of black tea.

page 5

Negative commands

bring, begin, drink, eat, get, forget, make, take, leave, say, tell, put, ask
policeman, passenger, actor, actress, parent, manager, friend, ticket
teacher, director, secretary, resident, work, mistake, train, airplane
theatre, negative, command

Actress, do not put your new book.
Passenger, do not drink those drinks.
Director, do not forget me.
Passenger, do not put your textbook.
Manager, do not begin your work.
Teacher, do not leave these fourteen pencils and that green skirt.
Secretary, do not bring me my black hat and brown coat.
Friend, do not leave eighteen textbooks and fifteen newspapers.
Actress, do not eat dinner.
Teacher, do not leave the room.
Parents, do not leave thirteen pens and this red blouse.
Policeman, do not bring me my book.
Secretary, do not get this coat.
Actress, do not get that hat.
Passenger, do not read seventy pages of your textbook.
Actor, do not pay ninety dollars for this hat.
Actress, do not write a letter to your friend.
Policeman, do not write a letter.

Passenger, do not take cups.
Actress, do not take books.
Secretary, do not find my ticket.
Husband, do not find my hat.

Actress, do not go to theatre in the morning.
Friend, do not go to your new school.
Secretary, do not go to the university.
Policeman, do not go home.

Passengers are not in the train.
Policeman is not in the room.
Secretary is not in the airplane.
I am not in the university.

page 6 

Questions

who, what, whom, when,
where, how, why,
yes, no, question

What do I see?
I see a red dress.
What do you see?
You see a green umbrella.
What do we see?
We see a red car.
What do they do?
They see a black dress.
What do people see?
People see a green umbrella.
What do students see?
Students see a red car.

What does he see?
He sees a green umbrella.
What does she see?
She sees a red dress.
What does child see?
Child sees a red car.

What do they want?
They want a cup of coffee.
What do we want?
We want a white umbrella.
What do children want?
Children want a cup of hot coffee.

What does he want?
He wants a cup of water.
What does girl want?
Girl wants a cup of black coffee.
What does doctor want?
Doctor wants a cup of black coffee.

Who need a new uniform?
I need a new uniform.
Who need a new information?
We need a new information.
Who need a new red car?
Students need a new red car.

Who needs a good book?
Boy needs a good book.
Who needs a new information?
Student needs a new information.

Whom do I know?
I know you.
Whom do we know?
We know her.
Whom do they know?
They know me.
Whom do boys know?
Boys know us.

Whom does she know?
She knows me.
Whom does he know?
He knows us.
Whom does girl know?
Girl knows you.
Whom does doctor know?
Doctor knows me.

Whom do I hear?
I hear you.
Whom do they hear?
They hear me.
Whom do boys hear?
Boys hear us.

Whom does she hear?
She hears me.
Whom does he hear?
He hears us.
Whom does girl hear?
Girl hears you.

Where do you walk every day?
I walk to my new school.
Where do we walk every day?
We walk to our big university.
Where do they walk every day?
They walk to shop.
Where do students walk every day?
Students walk to university.

Where does he walk every day?
He walks to his small school.
Where does she walk every day?
She walks to her big school.
Where does girl walk every day?
Girl walks to her big school.

Whom do we believe?
We believe her.
Whom do they believe?
They believe me.

Whom does she believe?
She believes me.
Whom does he believe?
He believes us.

Whom do we like?
We like her.
Whom do they like?
They like me.

Whom does she like?
She likes me.
Whom does girl like?
Girl likes you.

Where are passengers?
Passengers are in the train.
Where is policeman?
Policeman is in the room.
Where is secretary?
Secretary is in the airplane.
Where am I?
I am in the university.

When does actress go to the theatre?
Actress goes to the theatre in the morning.

page 7 

 Simple past tense

see - saw want - wanted 
need - needed understand - understood 
like - liked hear - heard 
believe - believed know - knew 
have - had love - loved 

I saw a red dress yesterday.
You saw a green umbrella last night.
We saw a red car this afternoon.
They saw a black dress last night.
People saw a green umbrella at seven o'clock in the evening.
Students saw a red car yesterday.
Children saw a black dress last night.

He saw a green umbrella last year.
She saw a red dress this afternoon.
Person saw a green umbrella last night.
Child saw a red car last night.
John saw a black dress yesterday.
Doctor saw a green dress last night.

You loved her.
He loved her.
Girl loved you.

I believed you yesterday.
We believed her last year.
They believed me this afternoon.
Boys believed us last year.

She believed me yesterday.
He believed us last night.
Girl believed you this afternoon.
Doctor believed me last year.

I liked you yesterday.
We liked her last year.
They liked me last night.
Boys liked us this afternoon.

She liked me last year.
He liked us yesterday.
Girl liked you last year.
Doctor liked me.

I knew you last year.
We knew her last year.
They knew me.
Boys knew us last year.

She knew me last year.
He knew us last year.
Girl knew you last year.
Doctor knew me last year.

I wanted a cup of water yesterday.
They wanted a cup of coffee at eight o'clock in the evening.
We wanted a white umbrella last year.
You wanted a cup of water after dinner.
Children wanted a cup of hot coffee last night.

He wanted a cup of water last night.
She wanted a cup of hot coffee after dinner.
Boy wanted a white umbrella last year.
Girl wanted a cup of black coffee last night.
John wanted a cup of hot coffee at seven o'clock in the morning.
Doctor wanted a cup of black coffee after dinner.

I needed a new uniform last night.
We needed a new information after dinner.
They needed a new green car last night.
You needed a good book at six o'clock in the evening.
People needed a new information last year.
Students needed a new red car yesterday.

He needed a new uniform at seven o'clock in the evening.
She needed a new information at eight o'clock in the morning.
Girl needed a new green car yesterday.
Boy needed a good book last night.
Student needed a new information at seven o'clock in the evening.
Person needed a new big car yesterday.

I understood the problem last night.
We understood the new information at six o'clock in the evening.
You understood his problem this afternoon.
They understood my problem last year.
Students understood the new information.
Doctors understood his problem yesterday.
People understood the problem last year.

He understood her problem last year.
She understood the new information this afternoon.
John understood his problem last year.
Mary understood my problem.
Boy understood the new information after dinner.

I walked to my small school at seven o'clock in the morning.
You walked to your new school at eight o'clock in the morning.
We walked to our big university at seven o'clock in the morning.
They walked to shop last night.
Students walked to university at six o'clock in the morning.

He walked to his small school at seven o'clock in the morning.
She walked to her big school at eight o'clock in the morning.
Student walked to university at seven o'clock in the morning.
Girl walked to her big school at six o'clock in the morning.

I heard you this afternoon.
We heard her last night.
They heard me at seven o'clock in the evening.
Boys heard us after dinner.

She heard me last night.
He heard us this afternoon.
Girl heard you at eight o'clock in the evening.
Doctor heard me last night.

I had the red car this afternoon.
You had a green umbrella last night.
We had the red car at seven o'clock in the morning.

He had a green umbrella yesterday.
She had a red dress last night.
Person had a green umbrella at six o'clock in the evening.
Mary had a black dress this afternoon.

page 8  

 Simple past tense

buy - bought, pay - paid, give - gave, open - opened,
close - closed, find - found, read - read, write - wrote,
live - lived, please - pleased, keep - kept,
(am, is) - was, are - were, get - got,
take - took, go - went, ask - asked
bring - brought, begin - begun,
drink - drank, eat - ate, forget - forgot, make - made,
leave - left, say - said, tell - told, put - put,

summer, autumn, winter, spring

Daughter went to school in the morning.
Father gave me seventeen dollars yesterday.
Resident opened his textbook and found a new information last week.
Mouther bought these fourteen pencils and that green skirt last month.
Sister gave me my black hat and brown coat last summer.
Grandson bought eighteen textbooks and fifteen newspapers last month.
Grand-daughter opened the door and closed the window.
Grandmouther bought thirteen pens and this red blouse last month.
Worker gave me thirty dollars last year.
Sister paid fifty dollars for this coat last summer.
Daughter paid sixty dollars for that hat last month.
Son read seventy pages of your textbook last week.
Husband paid ninety dollars for this hat last year.
Daughter wrote a letter to your grandmouther last month.
Brother wrote a letter to your grandfather last year.

Wife and husband paid nineteen dollars for newspapers last summer.
Worker lived in that room last month.
Sister lived in this big room last year.
Resident lived in that small room last summer.
Grandfather bought fourty shirts last year.
Daughter paid eighty dollars for books last month.
Father paid one hundred dollars for newspapers last month.
Man and woman left this big house last year.

Son took eighty cups at eight o'clock p.m.
Daughter took nineteen books.
Wife found my shirt last winter.
Husband found his hat last year.

Grand-daughter went to her school in the morning.
Grandson went to his new school last year.
Sisters went to the university last spring.
Brothers went home last evening.

Resident was in the kitchen at seven o'clock a.m.
Workers were in the room at five o'clock p.m.
Wife and husband were in the kitchen at eight o'clock a.m.
I was in the university last month.

Waitress put her new book on the table at seven o'clock p.m.
Passenger drank those drinks at five o'clock a.m.
Director forgot hat last autumn.
Passenger put his textbook at eight o'clock p.m.
Manager begun his work last spring.
Teacher left these fourteen pencils and that green skirt last autumn.
Secretary brought me my black hat and brown coat last autumn.
Friend left eighteen textbooks and fifteen newspapers last autumn.
Waitress ate dinner at seven o'clock a.m.
Teacher left the room at five o'clock p.m.
Parents left thirteen pens and this red blouse at eight o'clock a.m.
Policeman brought me my book at seven o'clock p.m.
Secretary got this coat last spring.
Waitress got that hat last autumn.
Passenger read seventy pages of his textbook at five o'clock a.m.
Waiter paid ninety dollars for this hat last spring.
Actress wrote a letter to her friend last autumn.
Policeman wrote a letter last spring.

Passenger took cups at eight o'clock p.m.
Waitress took books at seven o'clock a.m.
Secretary found my ticket at five o'clock p.m.
Husband found hat last autumn.

Actress went to theatre in the morning.
Friend went to his new school last spring.
Secretary went to the university last autumn.
Policeman went home at eight o'clock a.m.

Passengers were not in the train at seven o'clock p.m.
Policeman was not in the room at five o'clock a.m.
Secretary was not in the airplane at eight o'clock p.m.
I was not in the university at seven o'clock a.m.


page 9 

Simple past tense. Negation.

Daughter did not go to hotel in the morning.
Father did not give me seventeen dollars yesterday.
Resident didn't open his textbook and find a new information last week.
Mouther did not buy these fourteen pencils and that green skirt last month.
Sister did not give me my black hat and brown coat last summer.
Grandson didn't buy eighteen textbooks and fifteen newspapers last month.
Grand-daughter did not open the door and close the window.
Grandmouther didn't buy thirteen pens and this red blouse last month.
Worker did not give me thirty dollars last year.
Sister didn't pay fifty dollars for this coat last summer.
Daughter did not pay sixty dollars for that hat last month.
Son did not read seventy pages of your textbook last week.
Husband didn't pay ninety dollars for this hat last year.
Daughter did not write a letter to your grandmouther last month.
Brother didn't write a letter to your grandfather last year.

Present progressive.

I am walking to my small hotel now.
You are walking to your new hotel tomorrow.
We are walking to our big pool next week.
They are walking to shop now.
Students are walking to beach tomorrow.

He is walking to his small hotel next week.
Student is walking to the beach tomorrow.
Girl is walking to her big hotel now.

I am speaking English now.
We are speaking Spanish now.
Girls are speaking French now.
Boys are speaking Spanish now.
Children are speaking English now.

Mary is speaking English now.
Professor is speaking Spanish now.
Student is speaking French now.
Doctor is speaking Spanish now.
He is speaking English now.
She is speaking French now.

Twelve students are walking to pool tomorrow.
One student is walking to beach now.
Three girls are walking to hotel next week.

I am taking two cups of coffee and one glass of milk now.
You are taking one book now.
Four students are taking four cups of hot coffee with milk now.
Boy is taking five books tomorrow.

I am going to my small hotel now.
You are going to your new hotel tomorrow.
We are going to our big beach next week.
They are going home now next week.
Students are going to pool tomorrow.

He is going to his small hotel next week.
She is going to her big hotel now.
Student is going to beach tomorrow.
Girl is going to her big hotel next week.

Present progressive. Negation.

I am not walking to my small hotel now.
You aren't walking to your new hotel tomorrow.
They are not walking to shop now.
Students aren't walking to beach tomorrow.

Professor is not speaking Spanish now.
Jane isn't speaking English now.

I am not taking two cups of coffee and one glass of milk now.
You aren't taking one book now.
Four students are not taking four cups of hot coffee with milk now.
Boy isn't taking five books tomorrow.

I am not going to my small hotel now.
You are not going to your new hotel tomorrow.
We aren't going to our big pool next week.
Students are not going to beach tomorrow.

He isn't going to his small hotel next week.
She is not going to her big hotel now.

page 10 **

Simple past. Negation.

did - did not (didn't)

I did not see a red cap.
You didn't see a green coat.
Child didn't see a red table.

I did not hear you.
They did not hear me.
She didn't hear me.

I did not believe you.
They did not believe me.
Girl didn't believe you.

We didn't like her.
They did not like me.
Doctor did not like me.

I did not know you.
Boys didn't know us.
He did not know us.

I didn't need a small fork.
We did not need a new information.

Waiters did not need
a new red armchair.

He did not understand her problem.

Sister didn't understand
the new information.

You did not walk to your
new office on Tuesday.

We didn't walk to
our big university on Wednesday.

Brother didn't walk to his
small office on Tuesday.

I did not want a glass of juice.
John did not want a glass of hot tea.
Doctor didn't want a cup of black tea.

Simple past. Questions.

What did I see?
What did you see?
What did we see?
What did they do?
What did people see?
What did students see?

What did he see?
What did she see?
What did child see?

What did they want?
What did we want?
What did children want?

What did he want?
What did girl want?
What did doctor want?

Who needed a new uniform?
Who needed a new information?
Who needed a new red car?

Who needed a good book?
Who needed a new information?

Whom did I know?
Whom did we know?
Whom did they know?
Whom did boys know?

Whom did she know?
Whom did he know?
Whom did girl know?
Whom did doctor know?

Whom did I hear?
Whom did they hear?
Whom did boys hear?

Whom did she hear?
Whom did he hear?
Whom did girl hear?

Where did you walk last spring?
Where did we walk last summer?
Where did they walk last week?
Where did students walk last winter?

Where did he walk last weekend?
Where did she walk last summer?
Where did girl walk last winter?

Whom did we believe?
Whom did they believe?

Whom did she believe?
Whom did he believe?

Whom did we like?
Whom did they like?

Whom did she like?
Whom did girl like?

Where were passengers?
Where was policeman?
Where was secretary?
Where was I?

When did actress go to the theatre?

page 11 *

Present progressive. Questions.

When am I walking to my small hotel?\\
When are you walking to your new hotel?\\
When is he walking to his small hotel?\\
When are we going to our big beach?\\
When are they going home?\\
When are students going to pool?\\
When is he going to his small hotel?\\
When is she going to her big hotel?\\

Who is walking to our big pool?\\
Who is walking to shop?\\
Who is walking to the beach?\\

What is girl doing?\\
What am I doing?\\
What are we doing?\\
What are boys doing?\\

Who is speaking Spanish now?\\
Who is walking now?\\
Who is driving now?\\

Where are twelve students walking?\\
Where is one student walking?\\
Where are three girls walking?\\

What am I taking?\\
What are you taking?\\
What are four students doing?\\
What is boy buying?\\

Am I going to my small hotel now?\\
Are you going to your new hotel tomorrow?\\
Are we going to our big beach next week?\\
Are they going home now next week?\\
Are students going to pool tomorrow?\\

Is he going to his small hotel next week?\\
Is she going to her big hotel now?\\
Is student going to beach tomorrow?\\
Is girl going to her big hotel next week?\\

Present progressive. Questions. Negation.

Am I not walking to my small hotel now?\\
Are they not walking to shop now?\\
Is professor not speaking Spanish now?\\

Am I not taking two cups of coffee and one glass of milk now?\\
Are four students not taking four cups of hot coffee with milk now?\\
Is boy not taking five books tomorrow?\\

page 12 **
Future.

I will see a pink skirt.
People will see a grey umbrella.
John will see a black dress.

I will want a cup of water.
Children will want
a cup of hot coffee.

Boy will want a white umbrella.
Girl will want a cup of black coffee.

I will need a new uniform.
We will need a new information.
You will need a good book.
Girl will need a new green table.
Person will need a new big car.

I will walk to my school next week.
They will walk to shop next month.


I will hear you.
Boys will hear us.
Girl will hear you.
Doctor will hear me.

We will know her.
He will know us.
Girl will know you.

I will have the red bus.
You will have a grey umbrella.
We will have the pink table.

He will have a green umbrella.
She will have a red skirt.
Person will have a grey umbrella.
Mary will have a black dress.

Future. Negation.

I will not see a red cap.
You will not see a green coat.
Child will not see a red table.

I will not hear you.
They will not hear me.
She will not hear me.

I will not believe you.
They will not believe me.
Girl will not believe you.

We will not like her.
They will not like me.
Doctor will not like me.

I will not know you.
Boys will not know us.
He will not know us.

I will not need a small fork.
We will not need a new information.

Waiters will not need
a new red armchair.

He will not understand her problem.

Sister will not understand
the new information.

You will not walk to your
new office on Tuesday.

We will not walk to
our big university on Wednesday.

Brother will not walk to his
small office on Tuesday.

I will not want a glass of juice.
John will not want a glass of hot tea.
Doctor will not want a cup of black tea.

Future. Questions.

What will I see?
What will you see?
What will we see?
What will they do?
What will people see?
What will students see?

What will he see?
What will she see?
What will child see?

What will they want?
What will we want?
What will children want?

What will he want?
What will girl want?
What will doctor want?

Who needed a new uniform?
Who needed a new information?
Who needed a new red car?

Who needed a good book?
Who needed a new information?

Whom will I know?
Whom will we know?
Whom will they know?
Whom will boys know?

Whom will she know?
Whom will he know?
Whom will girl know?
Whom will doctor know?

Whom will I hear?
Whom will they hear?
Whom will boys hear?

Whom will she hear?
Whom will he hear?
Whom will girl hear?

Where will you walk next spring?
Where will we walk next summer?
Where will they walk next week?
Where will students walk next winter?

Where will he walk next weekend?
Where will she walk next summer?
Where will girl walk next winter?

Whom will we believe?
Whom will they believe?

Whom will she believe?
Whom will he believe?

Whom will we like?
Whom will they like?

Whom will she like?
Whom will girl like?

Where will be passengers?
Where will be policeman?
Where will be secretary?
Where will be I?

When will actress go to the theatre?

page 13*
Present perfect.
He has traveled around the world.
She has seen this movie three times.
Worker has lived in the same house for twenty years.
We have written our reports.
Boy has read that book.
The president has decided what to do.
Advisor has recorded the message to his boss.
Witness has called her parents.
Mary has learned the poem.
Team has decided what to do with the money.
He has been here three times.
Mary has worked in London for two years.
Leader has seen this movie before.
I have gone to shop.

Present perfect. Negation.
I have not gone to apartment.
Father has not given me sixteen dollars.
Resident hasn't opened his newspaper.
Grand-daughter has not closed the window.
Worker has not given me thirty dollars.
Sister hasn't paid fifty dollars for this coat.
Son has not read seventy pages of his textbook.
Husband hasn't paid ninety dollars for this hat.
Daughter has not written a letter to her grandmouther.
Brother hasn't worn a pink hat.

He has not traveled around the world.
She has not seen this movie three times.
Worker has not lived in the same house for twenty years.
We have not written our reports.
Boy has not read that book.
The president has not decided what to do.
Advisor has not recorded the message to his boss.
Witness has not called her parents.
Mary has not learned the poem.
Team has not decided what to do with the money.
He has not been here three times.
Mary has not worked in London for two years.
Leader has not seen this movie before.
I have not gone to shop.
\end{verbatim}

\twocolumn
\begin{verbatim}
Present perfect. Questions.

What have I seen?
What has you done?
What have we seen?
What have they done?
What have people seen?
What have students seen?

What has he seen?
What has she done?
What has child seen?

What have they wanted?
What have we wanted?
What have children wanted?

What has he wanted?
What has girl wanted?
What has doctor wanted?

Who has needed a new uniform?
Who has needed a new information?
Who has needed a new red car?

Who has needed a good book?
Who has needed a new information?

Whom have I known?
Whom have we known?
Whom have they known?
Whom have boys known?

Whom has she known?
Whom has he known?
Whom has girl known?
Whom has doctor known?

Whom have I heard?
Whom have they heard?
Whom have boys heard?

Whom has she heard?
Whom has he heard?
Whom has girl heard?

Where have you walked?
Where have we walked?
Where have they walked?
Where have students walked?

Where has he walked?
Where has she walked?
Where has girl walked?

Whom have we believed?
Whom have they believed?

Whom has she believed?
Whom has he believed?

Why have passengers left?
Why has policeman arrived?
Why has secretary visited president?
Why have I gone to bar?
Why has actress gone to the theatre?

page 14 **

Past progressive.

was , were

She was watching television when he came home.
When he came home, girl was writing her composition.

She was sleeping while pilot was speaking.
While old lady was reading a book, her husband was drinking wine.

Chairman was reporting at ten o'clock p.m.
Coordinator was looking for more information at midnight.
Chancellor was eating a snack at five o'clock p.m.

The student was reading while the professor was speaking.
She was eating dinner when his friend called.
When Mary came home, her husband was cooking dinner.
While wife was cleaning the apartment, her husband was sleeping.

When teacher entered the room, the students were talking.
When Jeff arrived, the painters were eating breakfast.
Notary was writing while the suspects were standing.
Nurse was thinking while the patients were sitting.

Past progressive. Negation.

Runner was not running in the morning.
Donkey was not sleeping in the evening.
Book-keepers were not writing report at ten o'clock a.m.

Past progressive. Questions.

What was he doing?
What were they doing?
What was she thinking?
What was you speaking?
What were we eating?

When was you drinking?
When were cousins swimming?
When was counsellor reading the document?

Why was Jack spreading the news?
Why were hunters singing the song?
Why were gangsters running away?

Past perfect.

He had gone to shop before he went home.
She told us yesterday that she had visited England in June.
We went home after we had gone to shop.
He had lived in New York for ten years before he went to Spain.
Notary had reviewed the material before he signed the petition.
Before Jack went to sleep, he had called his family.
George had worked at the factory for forty five years before he retired.
After the committee members had considered the results, they voted on the proposal.
The doctor had examined the patient thoroghly before he prescribed the medication.
After Jeff had washed his clothes, he began to study.

Past perfect. Negation.

She sent a letter to her tutor after she had not received a scholarship.
We corrected our papers after we had not passed the exam.
John visited hospital after he had not etered the university.
Bob joined the army after he had not found the job.

Past perfect. Questions.

What had you sent?
What had I find?
What had he read?
What had she drunk?

When had he visited London?
When had the runner lost the game?
When had the swimmer felt good?
When had the driver known the right way?

page 15 **
   Modals.
will - would, can - could,
may - might, shall - should,
must, have to - had to

I must buy a new bicycle.
We must go home now.
He must stay here.
She must cook dinner.

I may begin my work.
He may drink tea.
She may swim in the pool.
They may leave the room.

I can play golf.
He can visit his boss.
She can finish her work.

I shall send a letter to my friend.
We shall visit Japan.

I have to buy a ticket.
He has to understand her.
She has to write
a letter to her sister.

Modals. Negation.

I shall not watch television today.
She can not wash the jacket
 after midnight.
He must not visit England
 next summer.
Fireman has not to leave
 the building now.
Rich man must not forget
 his checking account.
Committee member may not
 appear in late tomorrow.
Advisor must not spread
 the news about president today.

Modals. Questions.

What can I choose?
What can you bring?
What can we choose?
What can they do?
What can people see?
What can students tell?

What can he bring?
What can she choose?
What can child see?

What can they drink?
What can we buy?
What can children drink?

What can he buy?
What can girl drink?
What can doctor buy?

Who can buy a new uniform?
Who can get a new information?
Who can drive a new red car?

Who can read a good book?
Who can get a new information?

Whom may I speak?
Whom may we hear?
Whom may they find?
Whom may boys meet?

Whom may she find?
Whom may he hear?
Whom may girl speak?
Whom may doctor meet?

Where can you go next spring?
Where can we walk next summer?
Where can they go next week?
Where can students walk next winter?

Where can he go next weekend?
Where can she walk next summer?
Where can girl go next winter?

Whom must we believe?
Whom must they believe?

Where may be passengers?
Where may be policeman?
Where may be secretary?
Where may be I?

When may speaker go to the theatre?

 Modals. Past.

We could go out tonight.
They had to study last week.
I should travel around
 the world last year.
He would stay home today.
They could save the money last weekend.
The fireman had to arrive in time.
She would go to the beach with you this weekend.
You could understand him last month.
He would sell this house in June.
We would write you a message.
Writer could arrive in time.
He had to run ten miles.
Elevator had to work in summer.
Jeff might buy a new ball.

 Modals. Past. Negation.

They had not to study last week.
I should not travel around the world last year.
He would not stay home today.
They could not save the money last weekend.
She would not go to the beach with you this weekend.
We would not write you a message.
He had not to run ten miles.
Jeff might not buy a new ball.

Modals. Past. Questions.

What could they find?
What could we do?
What could she write?

When might he go?
When might old lady visit doctor?
When might John tell a secret?

Whom would they find?
Whom would fireman meet?
Whom would old man ask?

Who should stay home?
Who should go to shop?
Who should buy a ticket?

Why could you think so?
Why might I be in late?


page 16 

Adjectives and Adverbs.

beautiful, large, interesting, important, colorful

bright - brightly, careful - carefully,
quiet - quietly
heavy -light, wide - narrow, deep - shallow
long - short, big - small

Painter is reading carefully and his sister is too.
Hunter speaks Spanish fluently and runner does too.
Assistant plays tennis very well in the morning and I do too.
King writes carefully and prince does too.
Queen reads interesting novel every day and her advicer does too.
A new house is very expensive and that building is too.
Reporter brought colorful flowers in the night and boy did too.
This animal is heavy and that one is too.
My book is very light and his book is too.
They are very lucky and we are too.
This road is wide and that one is too.
This long way was narrow and those were too.
That cold river is very deep and the Black Sea is too.
This gulf is shallow and that river is too.
He sent me a short important message in the evening and she did too.

She reads very quickly and her partner does too.
The twins are tall and that girl is too.
She speaks German well and writer does too.
I wanted sweet tea and she did too.
They will want coffee with sugar and he will too.
We arrived early and she did too.

Comparisions. Comparatives, superlatives.

hot - hotter - hottest
interesting - more interesting - most interesting
sick - sicker - sickest
colorful - more colorful - most colorful

He is as tall as his father.
My book is as interesting as his.
Queen sings as well as her sister.
This house is as big as that one.
Cop is as tall as I.
You are as old as she.
His new job is not as difficult as mine.
They are as lucky as we.
My house is as high as his.
My house is the same hight as his.
I have as little money as his brother.
He earens as much money as his brother.

Today is hotter than yesterday.
Tomorrow will hotter than today.
His grades are higher than his sister's
This watch is more expensive than that one .
This movie was more interesting than that one.
A watermelon is sweeter than a lemon.
She dances better than her partner.

I have more books than she.
February has fewer days than March.

John is the tallest boy in the family.
Mary is the shortest girl in her class.
Russia is bigger than England.
Sweet hot black tea is the best.
This magazine is better than that one.
My dog is better than yours.
Her cake is worse than his pie.

page 17 **
Simple present.

Painter reads the newspaper carefully and writes reports at home.
Hunter runs quickly and finds animals in the forest.
Teacher speaks Spanish, French  and German fluently.
Assistant plays tennis and golf very well in the morning in summer.
Manager writes carefully and finds mistakes of his workers.
Advocate reads interesting letters and makes important messages every evening.
Leader has very expensive new house and that high building.
Reporter brings colorful flowers and beautiful roses to his wife every weekend.
Hunter finds very heavy elephant in the forest every evening.
Reader buys only very light books and reads newspapers carefully.
They are very lucky and happy, but they do not have much money.
This short road is very wide, but that long street is very narrow.
This long way is not narrow but very good.
That river is not very deep and this cold lake is shallow.
This small gulf is shallow and that blue river is deep.
He sends his wife a short important messages every evening.

She reads novels very quickly and writes good compositions.
Her partner dances carefully in the night.

The twins are very tall but that girl is tallest.
She speaks German well and her son sings good songs.
I want sweet tea, but she likes cold black coffee with milk.
They want coffee with sugar, but he wants sweet cake and pie.
We arrive early every day and she finds us quickly.

Comparision. Negation.

He is not as tall as his father.
My book is not as interesting as his.
Boy does not sings as well as her sister.
This house is not as big as that one.
Cop is not as tall as I.
You are not as old as she.
His new job is not as difficult as mine.
They are not as lucky as we.
My house is not as high as his.

Today is colder than yesterday.
His grades are not higher than his sister's
This watch is not more expensive than that one .
This book is not more interesting than that book.
A lemon is not sweeter than a  watermelon.
She does not dance better than her partner.

I do not have more books than she.
March does not have fewer days than February.

John is not the tallest boy in the family.
Mary is not the shortest girl in her class.
Scotland is not bigger than England.
Sweet cold black tea is not the best.
This magazine is not better than that book.
My dog is not better than yours.
Her cake is not worse than his pie.

Simple present. Negation.

Painter does not read the newspaper carefully at home.
Hunter does not run quickly in the forest.
Teacher does not speak Spanish, French  and German fluently.
Assistant does not play tennis and golf very well in the morning in summer.
Manager does not write carefully at work.
Advocate does not make important messages every evening.
Leader does not have very expensive new house in this city.
Jack does not bring colorful flowers and beautiful roses to his wife every weekend.
Hunter does not find elephant in the forest every evening.
Reader does not buy only very light books.
They are not very lucky, but they have much money.
This short road is not very wide, but that long street is not very narrow.
This long way is not narrow.
That river is not very deep and this cold lake is not shallow.
This small gulf is not shallow and that blue river is not deep.
He does not send his wife a short important messages every evening.

She does not read novels very quickly.
Her partner does not dance carefully in the night.

The twins are not very tall but that girl is tallest.
She does not speak German well.
I do not want sweet tea, and she does not like cold black tea with milk.
They do not want coffee with sugar, but he wants sweet cake and pie.
We do not arrive early every day.

page 18 

Because.

chicken, bridge, storm, game, win, greedy, razor, plant, plate, prison,
price, hungry, meat, cat, clever, fat, thin, build, stone, dirty, dirt,
tasty, bride, bridegroom, ring, dull

Advicer plays golf very well in the morning because he wants to win the game.
Greedy black dog eats meat and chickens because it is hungry.
Beautiful small grey cat plays with colorful flowers in the night because
cat is not very clever.
Reporter speaks Spanish fluently because he wants to visit Spain.
They build the bridge because people need a new short and wide road.
Storm puts many big dirty stones on the narrow streets in this city every year.
Assistant buys bright metal razors because he needs it every day.
Worker goes to plant because he needs much money for his life every day.
Shop assistant sells big new plates on a good price at the supermarket.
Clever boy wants to study because he will need a good job in the future.
Heavy dog does not run very quickly because it is very fat.
Thin students do not eat meat in the morning because they do not have much money.
Bride and her bridegroom eat sweet hot tasty cake every weekend.
They swim in the blue cold lake because this summer is very hot.
Bride has beautiful small ring and her bridegroom does too.

Painter reads book carefully because he needs a new information.
Man speaks Spanish fluently because she lives in Spain.
Woman writes carefully because she does not want to make mistakes.
Girl reads interesting novel every day because she likes to read books.
Her advicer has high new house because he has much money.
This car is very expensive because it is new.
Mister Don brings colorful flowers because of the holidays.

This beautiful animal is very heavy because it is very fat.
This grey thin hungry cat is very light.
They are very lucky because they are not in prison now.
This short road is wide but very dirty.
This long way is narrow.
That long river is very cold because it is very deep.
This gulf is shallow and that river is too.
He sends them short important messages every morning.

Clever girl reads very quickly and her partner does too.
Thin twins are tall and that beautiful girl is too.
They want tasty coffee with sugar and hungry boy does too.

Clever painter does not read the newspaper carefully at home.
Greedy hunter does not run quickly in the forest.
Thin man does not speak Spanish, French  and German fluently.
Bad assistant does not play tennis and golf very well.
Old manager does not write carefully at work.
Fat advicer does not make important messages every evening.
Boss does not have very expensive new house in this city and gold rings.
Bridegroom does not bring colorful flowers and beautiful roses to his bride.
Dull hunter does not find elephant in the dirty forest usually.
They are not very lucky, but they are very clever.
This short dirty road is not very wide, but that long street is not very narrow.
This long way is not narrow.
That hot dirty river is not very deep and this cold lake is not shallow.
This small gulf is not shallow and that blue river is not deep.

Dull student does not read novels very quickly.
Her thin partner does not dance carefully in the night.
The twins are very short and that clever girl is too.
Greedy man does not speak German well.
I do not want sweet tea, and she does not like cold black tea with milk.
They do not want coffee with sugar, but he wants sweet cake and pie.
We do not arrive early every day.

page 19 

priest, parrot, attempt, hurt, ground, postman, post-office, bear,
representation, nail, success, reach, add, fresh, door-keeper,
porter, profit, afflicted, den, free, pig-breeding farm, cow, bedlam,
traffic lights, north, west, east, south, stop-watch, arm, leg, foot
inspector, investigator, plum, fellow, sad, bible, race, weel, beer,


Sad colorfull parrot flies in the big room and speaks about its food.
Old priest visited representation and read the bible for people last weekend.
Afflicted runner usually makes many attempts to win the race.
Clever postman brings many letters to investigator from bedlam every week.
Old porter hurts his arm and leg with nail every month.
Tasty sweet plums are on the dirty ground, but pears are on the table.
Gangsters visit den, drink wine, beer and whisky, and sing the songs every day.
Inspector visited pig-breeding farm and saw sad thin pigs last week.
Dull driver always loses weels of his car on the road.
Investigator and his fellow went to the east and found big den in the morning.
Hunter went to the west and saw many colorful parrots in the forest last year.
New traffic lights were on the road but did not work last weekend.
Door-keeper buys long metal nails at the market every Friday.
Free fat pigs run to the river and drink fresh cold water usually.
Footballer has metal stop-watch and bright gold ring in his nose.
Rich clever farmer has good profit every year.
Cowboy adds more food for cows usually.
Thin sad fellow did not reach success in his work.

Heavy fat parrot likes to eat meat and fresh bread.
Priest works in the prison and reads the bible.
Runner usually reaches the success in the race.
Postman always forgets about the letters every holidays.
Old porter buys small pig for his family on weekends.
Colorful apples are on the ground and fresh pears are too.
Gangsters and suspects are in the prison now.
New inspector visited cow-breeding farm and saw fat cows last week.
Dull driver never loses weels of his car on the road.
Investigator and his fellow write reports about gangsters every day.
Hunter went to the south and saw small parrots in the forest.
Traffic lights were not on the road.
Door-keeper does not buy long metal nails at the market every Sunday.
Pigs and cows run to the river and swim in the fresh cold water in summer.
Farmer has stop-watch and new black gun.
Rich clever boss has good profit every week.
Cowboy adds more fresh food for pigs usually.
Thin sad afflicted fellow does not reach success in his work.

Priest drives very well because he was driver.
Greedy grey cow eats wet grass.
Beautiful small green parrot plays with colorful flowers.
Inspector speaks Spanish fluently.
Fellows put the basket on the ground.
Postman buys sweet fresh plums every day.
Old door-keeper goes around the house.
Sad porter puts plates on the table.
Clever farmer wants to study because he wants a profit.
Heavy pig does not run very quickly because it is very fat.
Good cowboys do not go to den.
Fellows eat sweet tasty fresh plums and pears every weekend.
Cows swim in the blue cold lake because this summer is very hot.
Postman has beautiful silver ring.

Priest reads bible carefully because he likes it.
Rich man speaks Spanish fluently because he lives in Spain.
This grey thin hungry afflicted cat is very light.

Woman writes carefully because she does not want to make mistakes.
Girl reads interesting novel every day because she likes to read books.
Her advicer has high new house because he has much money.
This car is very expensive because it is new.
Officer brings colorful flowers because of the holidays.

This beautiful animal is very heavy because it is very fat.
They are very lucky because they are not in prison now.
This short road is wide but very dirty.
This long way is narrow.
That long river is very cold because it is very deep.
This gulf is shallow and that river is too.
He sends them short important messages every morning.

Clever girl reads very quickly and her partner does too.
Thin twins are tall and that beautiful girl is too.
They want tasty coffee with sugar and hungry boy does too.

page 20 

offer, pill, prefer, pull, banister, stairs, strong,
stroll, stub, subversive, succinct, sun-tan, sun-spot,
supine, swamp, sustain, young, lane, liar, laud, kite,
knot, knob, knife, omission, pastry-cook, passim, prick, raw,
funny, avoid, near, head, during, rope, foreman, forester,
rabbits, effete, hilarious, inapt, portly, potty, pet,
refit, receipt, recipe, reckless, restless, restive, revel,

Funny white parrot flew in the forest.
Pastry-cook visited representation and ate pie last weekend.
Thin twins are tall and that beautiful girl is too.
Supine runner made attempt to avoid the race.
Clever kite flew enough high.
Old porter had a stroll last month.
Liar offered tasty sweet plums and pears.
This short road is wide but very dirty.
Visitors prefer to drink wine, beer and whisky every day.
Young man visited hospital and saw sad thin boys last week.
Dull driver pulled the door of his car on the road.
Investigator and his fellow went upstairs in the morning.
Strong hunter went to the forest and found stub.
Door-keeper went downstairs.
The stairs had banisters.
Subversive storm was last year.
New traffic lights were near the swamp but did not work last weekend.
They want tasty coffee with sugar and hungry boy does too.
Supine door-keeper bought long metal knife at the market last Friday.
Free fat pigs ran to the swamp and drink raw cold water.
Clever girl reads very quickly and her partner does too.
Footballer has metal stop-watch and big knob on his head.
Rich clever farmer has good sun-tan every year.
That cowboy has many sun-spots.
This long way is narrow.
Thin sad fellow needs pills.
Heavy fat parrot likes to laud his boss.
This gulf is shallow and that river is too.
Runner made many omissions during the race.
Postman eats raw meat every holidays.
Old porter reads succinct messages from his family on weekends.
Kite are colorful apples and fresh pears.
Pigs were in the swamp.
Woman writes carefully because she does not want to make mistakes.
Young inspector visited cow-breeding farm last week.

Driver made a knot on the rope.
This beautiful animal is very heavy because it is very fat.
Teller and his fellow write succinct reports about the animals every day.
Foreman and forester went to the south and saw small rabbits in the forest.
That long river is very cold because it is very deep.
Flowers were passim.
Officer brings colorful flowers because of the holidays.
Door-keeper does not buy long metal knife at the market every Sunday.
This grey thin hungry afflicted cat is very light.
Effete people were at the hospital.
Pigs and cows swam in the cold swamp in summer.
Hilarious farmer has stop-watch and new black gun.
Inapt dull boss has bad profit every year.
Portly cowboy adds more fresh food for cows usually.
Effete fellow does not reach success in his work.
Inspector makes potty mistakes when he speaks Spanish.
Beautiful small green parrot is a pet of this girl.
Postman has beautiful silver ring.
Fellows refit the house of their friend.
He sends them short important messages every morning.
Postman gets receipts from the receivers every day.
Her advicer has high new house because he has much money.
Old door-keeper goes to the hospital and gets recipe.
Reckless porter puts plates on the dirty ground.
Priest reads bible carefully because he likes it.
Restless clever farmer wants to study because he wants a profit.
Rich man speaks Spanish fluently because he lives in Spain.
Restive pig runs very quickly because it is thin.
Fellows revels every weekend.
Restive cows swim in the blue cold lake forenoon.
Girl reads interesting novel every day because she likes to read books.
This car is very expensive because it is new.

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What do they want to play? Why? 
How much are they will­ing to pay? 
What is going on? 
But nobody has found a right way.  
Professor is a member of several companies. 
He believes that the games are bad. 
It is worse than TV or a movie. 
You had a bad day.
Of course, there are better ways. 
American kids have video-game machines.
They play 2 hours a day. 
For many parents, the problem is what their children are playing video games. 

Are games bad for kids? 
There are no good ideas. 
They see bad things in American movies, TV shows and city streets. 
President of the Children's Televi­sion Center in San Francisco, says
that such games make children more aggressive. 

Parents will take their kids away from a kick-boxing video game. 
His new machine is powerful. He will arrive next week.
The idea is that no­body knows better than she.
Now Hollywood is making movies and TV shows.

Chair­man called president. 
Nobody appeared in this building. 
He bought himself a new car. 
Let's go buy something! 
They will sell his games on com­pact discs.
He will send pictures to home.
She will sell a new house near the highway. 
They have gone too far. 
The movie came home for millions of parents and kids last week. 
The wind is blowing now. 
She chose to delete his file. 
Girl decided to use a warning for children.
This is what I want.
 A few people have success. 
The warning tells them about danger. 
This letter is not the first.

She never wore bad clothes. She doesn't drink. She was a clever girl. 
She tells the old jokes to Sam and another person. 

He has an expinsive gift in his bag. 
Inside every frog, he thinks, there is a princess. 
He feels good. 
She finds his love. 
If you can not believe your eyes, trust your heart. 
Sam returned from World War II to his wife and his two-year­old daughter.  
He bought his family a new house on Long Island, a car and boat.

They call each other.
The house was filled with horrors and darkness.
You can not do it.

He began the work four years ago.

Teenagers and their sister are going out of their win­dows.
She is a success­ful writer.
She is pregnant and married at 17.
The third daughter, Mary,  marries her high school boyfriend.


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The bathroom is never dry. 
All these people see your life and say about their problems. 
All you want to show at the end is a check account.
He has a part-time job in a bookstore.
He is good person.
They are strong brothers, and they are twins.
They were reading play. 
Does he have more songs to sing? 
The result is the best picture.
It is a long way from the bank to the shop.
Others in West­ern Europe were doing nothing at the same time.
The shows are the worst. 
Senator loved her.
He says that his life is a lie. 
She finds time to do something.
She visits his high school to watch her son play football.
I want to know how they live.
I didn't forget what you taught me.
President travels half­way across the U.S. 
She has changed all that.
They must do something!
What were they doing? Who were they?
It was the worst thing.
He has let them go.
She helped them. 
They dance every day.
He needs their respect.
He also needs much money.

She will leave a fish in her bag. 
It is a present from me. 
She must take much money.
They did not understand what the old lady wanted to say. 
The old lady read his letter.
This is my present. 
I will give her anything that she wants. 
That is all. 
We wanted to ask a question. 
But where was she? 
She was not there. 
The son went to his work.
The next day man was not very well.
She cooked a good breakfast, a tasty lunch and a wonderful dinner. 
She saw all her brothers and sisters. 
Old lady was not well for a very long time.
Sam was very busy. 
There were not many people at the party.
They had no money. 
She washed and cleaned her hand.
What are you doing?
Wait, please, don't run so fast!
I cannot go as fast as you.
She didn't want to hear him. 
He told him everything about the new game.
The doctor learnt Spanish. 
They told everybody that John was an animal doctor.
People began to bring him their pets. 
Doctor really knew what they wanted or needed.
They all lived in a very large house. 
Around the house there were gardens. 
There was also a large for­est and there under a tree was a pond. 
Forester went into this forest.
What's the matter? 
Why are you crying?
What do you want?
That's no problem.
I can find it for you.
What will you give me if I do it for you?
I will give you all my money.
Thank you but I don't want these dresses.
Can I be your friend?