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24 There had been an accident and men (carry) the injured people to an ambulance. 25 Two men (fight) at a street comer and a policeman (try) to stop them. ~ What they (fight) about? ~ Nobody seemed to know. 26 Tom (sit) in a corner with a book. I told him that he (read) in very bad light. 27 I went into the garden to see what the boys (do). James (weed) and Alexander (cut) the grass. 28 They had taken off the wheel of the car and (mend) the puncture. I asked when it would be ready. 29 When I arrived at the meeting the first speaker had just finished speaking and the audience (clap), 30 The traffic (make) so much noise that I couldn't hear what he (say).
You . . (see) a rattlesnake. There aren't any rattlesnakes in this country. 8 He is back already. ~ He . . (start) very early. 9 He returned home with a tiger cub. ~ His wife (be) very pleased about that. 10 I bought two bottles of milk. ~ You . . (buy) milk; we have heaps in the house. 11 I phoned you at nine this morning but got no answer. ~ I'm sorry. I . . (be) in the garden. 12 I left my bicycle here and now it's gone. ~ Someone . . (borrow) it. 13 When she woke up her watch had vanished.
28 Papers (not be) delivered on the Bank Holiday. 29 I hope he (remember) to buy wine. 30 If you leave your roller skates on the path someone (fall) over them. 31 If they fall over them and hurt themselves they (sue) you. 32 Announcement: Mrs Pitt (present) the prizes. 33 If you want twenty cigarettes you (have) to give me more money. 34 Notice: The management (not be) responsible for articles left on the seats. 35 If I drop this it (explode). 36 What your father (say) when he hears about this accident?