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Then why you (stay) so long? 19 We usually go out on Saturday evenings, but last Saturday (be) so wet that we (stay) in and (play) cards. ~ What you (play)? ~ We (play) poker. I (lose) fifty pence. 20 When you (begin) school? ~ I (begin) school when I (be) five. I (go) to a primary school first. I (stay) there for six years and then I (go) to a comprehensive school 21 When I (be) seventeen I (start) my university course. ~ When you (get) your degree? ~ Oh, I (not get) my degree yet; I'm still at the university.

Three years) Yes, but I haven't skated for three years. Could you climb a rope? (I left school) Yes, I suppose I could, but I haven't climbed one since I left school. 1 Can you play chess? (ten years) 2 Can you sing? (I came to England) 3 Could you milk a cow? (I left my father's farm) 4 Can you put up a tent? (I went camping two years ago) 5 Can you make Yorkshire pudding? (over a year) 6 Can you read Latin? (I left school) 7 Could you bath a baby? (fifteen years) 8 Could you repair a radio? (I left the army) 9 Can you ski?

I (go) to a primary school first. I (stay) there for six years and then I (go) to a comprehensive school 21 When I (be) seventeen I (start) my university course. ~ When you (get) your degree? ~ Oh, I (not get) my degree yet; I'm still at the university. I only (be) there for two years. 20. 25 the phone in Tom's house (ring), Tom's wife, Mary, (answer) it. ' (say) the caller. 'I'm afraid he just (go) out', (say) Mary. 23 You (be) to Cornwall? ~ Yes, I (be) there last Easter. ~ You (go) by train?

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