- We had a really good science lesson at school today.
- I found an unusual insect on the wall outside our house.
- It’s your birthday next week. Are you going to have a party?
- We waited for hours, but we finnaly saw the Queen.
- Why don’t we listen to the radio?
- Have you got a euro I could borrow?
- Mum has gone to the bank, but she’ll be back soon.
- Where have you been? I’ve been waiting for over an hour.
I had a really bad day on Tuesday. I bought a new game on CD-ROM for my computer, but the game didn’t work properly. I took it back to the shop on North Street, but the manager blamed me! He pointed to the scratch on the CD-ROM and said I’d done it! I had to buy a new one!
- Do you think we will ever send a person to the Mars?
- When you go to the London, don’t forget to see the London Eye.
- When we use the cars, we damage the environment.
- I’m not telling a lies! It’s the truth.
- I’m looking for a teacher who can teach me the German.
- Ray needs a warm hat and a new coat for his visit to the Russia.
- Dad has gone to a work and forgotten the car keys.
- Some people have an unusual pets, such as lions or tigers.
- English music was popular in America in the 1960s.
- Would you prefer to read a book or watch television?
- We had maths at school yesterday and our teacher gave us a surprise test!
- Peter joined the police and caught ten thieves in his first month!
- Gordon wanted to be a writer, so he studied English at university.
- Suddenly, two UFOs appeared in the sky over Washington.
- We had great time in the USA.
- Let’s go to Belgium for a week this summer.
- Where’s the money I gave you on the fifteen of the last month?
- I’d like to join the army and become a soldier.
- For Christmas, I got a book, a DVD and the latest CD by my favourite band.
- They say that the English drink a lot of tea.
- I heard a song on the radio that I really liked.
- Do the Japanese and other people in Asia eat cheese?
Gary: It’s the lovely day, isnt it? Let’s walk down to a shops and look around.
Helen: That’s an good idea. I’ll just have a look in a kitchen and see what we need.
Gary: I got a milk yesterday, so we don’t need any more. We might need a bread, though.
Helen: Okay. Bread … oh, and the packet of sugar. After shopping, we could go to a new market in a town center and see what they have.
Gary: Right. You get your coat and I’ll get a car keys.