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My father (use) it for the first five years, my brother (ride) it for the next five, and I (have) it for the last four. 11 I hear that your MP, Mr Simpson, (make) a very clever speech last night. ~ Oh, we only (have) him since January. His predecessor Mr Alien (resign) suddenly because of ill-health and there (be) a by-election. 12 I hear that Mr Jones (leave). ~ Yes, he (leave) last week. ~ Anybody (be) appointed to take his place? ~ I believe several men (apply) for the job but so far nothing (be) decided.
3 I didn't think much of it. 4 He earns a hundred pounds a week. 5 He (Tom) was fined ten pounds. 6 It (my room) is twice as big as yours. 7 They left the country ten years ago. 8 They came by bus. 9 I've been here for two months. 10 They (the students) went to the museum yesterday. 11 It (the car) does fifty to the gallon. 12 He met her in a coffee bar. 13 They (the neighbours) complained about the smell. 14 He (the clerk) made him fill up a form. 15 The pigs ate them (the apples). 16 He got in by climbing over the wall.
It (fall) from a nest. 4 I used to visit her and I always wondered why she had those dreadful pictures on the walls. ~ It is possible that she (like) them. 5 During the gale, the captain was on the bridge the whole time. He (be) exhausted afterwards. 6 You (send) a telegram, which was quite unnecessary; a letter would have done. 7 You (leave) a note. ) 8 Somebody phoned at lunchtime t) but I couldn't catch the name. ~ It (be) my brother. He sometimes rings me up then. 9 The lecturer was a tall thin man with white hair.