ACTIVE ENGLISH: BOOK 3 / PAGE 111 LINKERS

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ACTIVE ENGLISH: BOOK 3 / PAGE 111 LINKERS
  1. The bus left at 9 o’clock and we arrived just after that. (when)
  2. We all enjoyed the walk even though it was very windy. (in spite)
  3. Yesterday David drove a car for the first time (before)
  4. She’s never been to a pottery museum before. (first time)
  5. I have an appointment with Josh at 5 o’clock. (meet)
  6. When did you break your leg? (How long)
  7. The accident made it impossible for her to work. (since)
  8. It’s not necessary for you to pay now. (need)
  9. It’s been two days since Alice saw Tom. (yet)
  10. I lost the game because it was my first time. (never)
  11. We were told not to go out. We still went out. (although)
  12. They started going out together in 2010. (for)
  13. I’m not hungry. I ate something on my way home. (already)
  14. You’ve missed the bus. It left two minutes ago. (just)
  15. Although we do the same work, she earns more than I do (however)
  16. I ate dinner. Then, my parents came home. (when)
  17. I remember coming to this restaurant last year. (before)
  18. Is this your first time at the opera? (ever)
  19. You’re too late. The film began at half past nine. (already)
  20. The last time I had a cold was in October. (since)
  21. My parents got married in 1983. (for)
  22. William failed his English test. (pass)
  23. Carlos took up a new hobby two days ago. (recently)
  24. I haven’t finished that book. (am)

 

 

 

 

 

  1. The bus left at 9 o’clock and we arrived just after that. (when)

When we arrived at 9 o’clock, the bus had just left.

  1. We all enjoyed the walk even though it was very windy. (in spite)

In spite of the wind, we all enjoyed the walk.

  1. Yesterday David drove a car for the first time (before)

David had never driven a car before / David hadn’t driven a car before.

  1. She’s never been to a pottery museum before. (first time)

It’s the first time she’s been to a pottery museum.

  1. I have an appointment with Josh at 5 o’clock. (meet)

I’m meeting Josh at 5 o’clock / Josh and I are meeting at 5 o’clock.

  1. When did you break your leg? (How long)

How long have you had your leg broken?

  1. The accident made it impossible for her to work. (since)

She hasn’t worked since the accident / She hasn’t been able to work since the accident.

  1. It’s not necessary for you to pay now. (need)

You don’t need to pay now.

  1. It’s been two days since Alice saw Tom. (yet)

Alice hasn’t seen Tom yet.

  1. I lost the game because it was my first time. (never)

I had never played that game before.

  1. We were told not to go out. We still went out. (although)

Although we had been told not to go out, we still did / Although we were told not to go out, we still did.

  1. They started going out together in 2010. (for)

They’ve been going out together for two years.

  1. I’m not hungry. I ate something on my way home. (already)

I’m not hungry. I’ve already eaten something.

  1. You’ve missed the bus. It left two minutes ago. (just)

You’ve missed the bus. It’s just left.

  1. Although we do the same work, she earns more than I do (however)

We do the same work. However, she earns more than I do.

  1. I ate dinner. Then, my parents came home. (when)

When I had eaten dinner, my parents came home.

  1. I remember coming to this restaurant last year. (before)

I have come to this restaurant before.

  1. Is this your first time at the opera? (ever)

Have you ever been to the opera before?

  1. You’re too late. The film began at half past nine. (already)

You’re too late. The film has already begun.

  1. The last time I had a cold was in October. (since)

I haven’t had a cold since October.

  1. My parents got married in 1983. (for)

My parents have been married for 29 years.

  1. William failed his English test. (pass)

William didn’t pass his English test.

  1. Carlos took up a new hobby two days ago. (recently)

Carlos has recently taken up a new hobby.

  1. I haven’t finished that book. (am)

I am still reading that book.

 

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