I have taught French since 1990. He has been mayor since 2005. I have been waiting here since five o’clock. She had been a problem since the day she was born. It has not rained since Monday. He has been unemployed since February. She has been fighting cancer since last summer. I studied Arabic [...] Read More
Note: Sentences in italics were presented for listening only. What is the new teacher like? What’s it like to work two jobs? What was it like fighting in the war? I can’t imagine what it’s like to be a banker. Tell me what it’s like living alone. It’s cloudy today. It is cloudy today. [...] Read More
He forgot how to start the engine. I didn’t know where to go. We couldn’t decide whether to sell the car. He explained what to do. She asked who to see about the problem. I told her when to come. Question words that are used in the pattern: who what where when how whether Most [...] Read More
I myself you (singular) yourself you (plural) yourselves he himself she herself it itself we ourselves they themselves My father cut himself when he was shaving. I blame myself for my son’s actions. Mrs. Jones drove herself to the beach. Did you teach yourself how to sew? She told herself that everything would be OK. [...] Read More
I like bread. I like swimming. Robert was tired of Italian food. Dorothy was tired of eating in restaurants. I like to read in the morning. I like reading in the morning. It is easy to buy books over the Internet. Buying books over the Internet is easy. I think it is a bad idea [...] Read More
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