- Auxiliary verbs (do, be have)
_____ you ever stayed at the Ritz?
We _____ breakfast in bed.
_____ John give you those flowers?
I _____ my homework very quickly last night.
She _____ a shower every morning before school.
We _____ talking to James about his exam.
Lots of trees _____ blown down by the wind.
Where _____ you yesterday?
Mary never _____ the washing up.
Thank goodness we _____ a dishwasher!
How many people _____ you invited to the party?
Why _____ you leaving so early?
We _____ got a beautiful puppy called Molly.
We _____ a beautiful puppy called Molly.
I have been to Australia but Anna _____ .
Anna likes ice-cream but John _____ .
I don’t like ice-cream but Jill _____ .
Maria isn’t studying hard but I _____ .
John loves flying but we _____ .
I watched TV last night but my sister _____ .
Bill hasn’t finished his work but we _____ .
We don’t want to leave early but they _____ .
They didn’t remember my birthday but you _____ .
Your English is really improving but mine _____ .
_____ you speak three languages?
_____ you having a holiday soon?
_____ you have a good holiday last year?
_____ you ever been to Amsterdam?
_____ you often travel abroad?
_____ your best friend sometimes go on holiday with you?
I think you’re wrong. I don’t agree _____ you at all.
I’m not interested _____ what you think or what you want.
We might have a picnic. It depends _____ the weather.
What are you listening _____ ?
If you have a problem, talk _____ the teacher.
“What did you talk _____ ?”
“Oh, this and that.”
You aren’t concentrating on your work. What are you thinking _____?
“What do you think _____ Pete?”
“I really like him.”
Where’s the cash desk? I’d like to pay _____ this book.
“I’ve lost your pen. Sorry ...”
“It’s all right. Don’t worry _____ it.”
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