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I’d like to meet your boyfriend. He enjoys (29) on exotic holidays, but he wouldn’t like (30) outside the United States. Active english: book 1, page 15-12-11 personal pronouns. You invite him round. A) must B) have to C) would D) don’t have to. 14 I tell my parents where I am, then they don’t worry. A) should B) don’t have to C) have to D) shouldn’t. He hopes (31) an English wife through the English Rose dating agency. Active english: book 1, page 15-14-13 to be. Active english: book 1, page 16 listening.
I'd like you to meet a very good friend of , Robert White. 23. My friend and I go to the tennis court every Sunday. occasionally ever usually often. 24. You'd better . stop worrying to stop worrying stop to worry to stop worry. 25. You have never been to Canada, ? isn't it is it haven't you have you. A) us (B) we (C) our (D) ours
I'd like you to meet a very good friend of , Robert White. A) us (B) we (C) our (D) ours. My friend and I go to the tennis court every Sunday. A) occasionally (B) ever (C) usually (D) often. A) stop worrying (B) to stop worrying (C) stop to worry (D) to stop worry. However, with the help of the first little telescope that was turned by Galileo upon the Moon this conception was put an end2 to as early as3 1609.