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1 Inkblot Irregular Verbs

2 © Chris Roland 2012 Whole Sentence Memory Version

3 © Chris Roland 2012

4 It's good to be here. © Chris Roland 2012

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6 Yesterday I was there. © Chris Roland 2012

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8 I have been both here and there this week. © Chris Roland 2012

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10 We always beat them. © Chris Roland 2012

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12 We beat them yesterday as well. © Chris Roland 2012

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14 Yes! We have just beaten them again! © Chris Roland 2012

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16 She wants to become an actress. © Chris Roland 2012

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18 She became an actress. © Chris Roland 2012

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20 She has become very famous too. © Chris Roland 2012

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22 We normally begin at © Chris Roland 2012

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24 We began at 0845 yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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26 Hurry! The lesson has begun. © Chris Roland 2012

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28 Does your dog bite? © Chris Roland 2012

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30 He bit my cousin.

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32 He has bitten three people all together.

33 © Chris Roland 2012

34 It could blow up. © Chris Roland 2012

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36 Three bombs blew up. © Chris Roland 2012

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38 The last bomb hasn't blown up yet. © Chris Roland 2012

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40 Please don't break it. © Chris Roland 2012

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42 She broke it. © Chris Roland 2012

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44 You've broken them all! © Chris Roland 2012

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46 Bring that to me please © Chris Roland 2012

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48 He brought it to me when I asked him. © Chris Roland 2012

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50 What have you brought me? © Chris Roland 2012

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52 They usually broadcast the matches. © Chris Roland 2012

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54 They broadcast it live. © Chris Roland 2012

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56 It's been broadcast all over the world. © Chris Roland 2012

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58 We can build with stone or wood or even ice. © Chris Roland 2012

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60 They built this 1000 years ago. © Chris Roland 2012

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62 They've built something new. © Chris Roland 2012

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64 Please don't buy me a present. © Chris Roland 2012

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66 I bought you this. © Chris Roland 2012

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68 What have you bought me? © Chris Roland 2012

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70 She doesn't want to come to my party. © Chris Roland 2012

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72 I'm surprised you came. © Chris Roland 2012

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74 Why have you come? © Chris Roland 2012

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76 Catch it! © Chris Roland 2012

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78 Well done - you caught it! © Chris Roland 2012

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80 You've caught it every single time. © Chris Roland 2012

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82 You can choose the one you want. © Chris Roland 2012

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84 You chose the best one. © Chris Roland 2012

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86 Which have you chosen? © Chris Roland 2012

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88 It costs a lot to have a big party. © Chris Roland 2012

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90 It cost a lot. © Chris Roland 2012

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92 How much has it all cost? © Chris Roland 2012

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94 They creep about quietly. © Chris Roland 2012

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96 It crept into the house. © Chris Roland 2012

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98 Some of them have crept upstairs too. © Chris Roland 2012

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100 Don't cut yourself - it's sharp. © Chris Roland 2012

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102 I cut myself badly yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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104 Have you just cut yourself? © Chris Roland 2012

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106 I do a lot of stuff on a Monday. © Chris Roland 2012

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108 I did a lot of stuff yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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110 I've done a lot of stuff today as well. © Chris Roland 2012

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112 I draw pictures. © Chris Roland 2012

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114 I drew a picture for you last night. © Chris Roland 2012

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116 I've just drawn a picture of you. © Chris Roland 2012

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118 I dream every night. © Chris Roland 2012

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120 I dreamt about you last night. © Chris Roland 2012

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122 I have always dreamt of going there. © Chris Roland 2012

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124 Can I drink some cola? © Chris Roland 2012

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126 Who drank all the cola? © Chris Roland 2012

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128 Have you drunk all the Fanta as well? © Chris Roland 2012

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130 I drive well. © Chris Roland 2012

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132 They drove from Barcelona to Lisbon. © Chris Roland 2012

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134 She hasn't driven in years. © Chris Roland 2012

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136 Please don't eat the cakes. © Chris Roland 2012

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138 I ate the cakes. © Chris Roland 2012

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140 Have you eaten anything else? © Chris Roland 2012

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142 Small children fall over a lot. © Chris Roland 2012

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144 She fell over last night. © Chris Roland 2012

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146 Someone has fallen off the roof. © Chris Roland 2012

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148 You're not allowed to feed the animals. © Chris Roland 2012

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150 We fed the animals at the zoo. © Chris Roland 2012

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152 We've fed the animals each day this week. © Chris Roland 2012

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154 I can't see it but I can feel it. © Chris Roland 2012

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156 I felt something. © Chris Roland 2012

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158 Have you felt this? © Chris Roland 2012

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160 I don't fight with my sister. © Chris Roland 2012

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162 She fought at the Olympics. © Chris Roland 2012

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164 She's fought in 3 world championships. © Chris Roland 2012

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166 You can find interesting things on the beach. © Chris Roland 2012

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168 I found something very interesting last week. © Chris Roland 2012

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170 I've found hundreds of things. © Chris Roland 2012

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172 It takes a day to fly to Argentina. © Chris Roland 2012

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174 She flew to Buenos Aires. © Chris Roland 2012

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176 He has never flown business class. © Chris Roland 2012

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178 She often forgets things. © Chris Roland 2012

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180 She forgot her own birthday. © Chris Roland 2012

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182 I have never forgotten my birthday! © Chris Roland 2012

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184 Water freezes at nought degrees. © Chris Roland 2012

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186 I left it in the freezer too long - and it froze. © Chris Roland 2012

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188 It's not completely frozen though. © Chris Roland 2012

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190 I'll get it for you. © Chris Roland 2012

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192 I got it for you. © Chris Roland 2012

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194 He has just got it for me. © Chris Roland 2012

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196 I want to go there next summer. © Chris Roland 2012

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198 I went there last summer. © Chris Roland 2012

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200 Have you ever been there? © Chris Roland 2012

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202 Where has she gone? © Chris Roland 2012

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204 I decided to grow some plants. © Chris Roland 2012

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206 They grew quickly. © Chris Roland 2012

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208 They've grown 60cm in 2 months. © Chris Roland 2012

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210 Can you hear it okay? © Chris Roland 2012

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212 I first heard this song at a party. © Chris Roland 2012

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214 Have you heard their new album? © Chris Roland 2012

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216 That looks bad. Does it hurt? © Chris Roland 2012

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218 It hurt a lot last night. © Chris Roland 2012

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220 He's hurt himself badly, ring an ambulance. © Chris Roland 2012

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222 You can hide in the mountains. © Chris Roland 2012

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224 He hid from the others. © Chris Roland 2012

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226 They've all hidden in the mountains. © Chris Roland 2012

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228 Can you hold this while I go to the toilet? © Chris Roland 2012

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230 He held it for her. © Chris Roland 2012

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232 He's held it for 20 kinutes now. © Chris Roland 2012

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234 Keep your ticket for later. © Chris Roland 2012

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236 I kept my ticket from yesterday as well. © Chris Roland 2012

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238 I've kept all the letters that she wrote me. © Chris Roland 2012

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240 Do you know the answer? © Chris Roland 2012

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242 My grandfather knew 7 different languages. © Chris Roland 2012

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244 I've known my best friend since I was 4. © Chris Roland 2012

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246 Why don't you lay that towel on the sand. © Chris Roland 2012

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248 She laid it on the sand. © Chris Roland 2012

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250 She has laid it on the sand. © Chris Roland 2012

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252 Please don't leave. © Chris Roland 2012

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254 She left at 8pm. © Chris Roland 2012

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256 She has left forever. © Chris Roland 2012

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258 She leads the team. © Chris Roland 2012

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260 She led the team last year too. © Chris Roland 2012

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262 She has led the team for the last 3 years. © Chris Roland 2012

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264 Could you lend me that, please? © Chris Roland 2012

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266 He lent it to me. © Chris Roland 2012

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268 He has lent me three of them. © Chris Roland 2012

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270 Let's go! © Chris Roland 2012

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272 He let us go early. © Chris Roland 2012

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274 He has let us go early quite a few times. © Chris Roland 2012

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276 I am going to lie down for a bit. © Chris Roland 2012

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278 At 2pm he lay down on the beach. © Chris Roland 2012

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280 He has lain in bed all morning. © Chris Roland 2012

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282 Light it now. © Chris Roland 2012

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284 I lit it fifteen minutes ago. © Chris Roland 2012

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286 I have lit them all. © Chris Roland 2012

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288 Don't lose it! © Chris Roland 2012

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290 I lost it yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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292 Have you lost them all? © Chris Roland 2012

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294 Do you know how to make a cake? © Chris Roland 2012

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296 He made a cake for her birthday party. © Chris Roland 2012

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298 I've made a lot of cakes. © Chris Roland 2012

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300 What do you mean? © Chris Roland 2012

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302 I never meant to upset you. © Chris Roland 2012

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304 The whole experience has meant a lot to us. © Chris Roland 2012

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306 Nice to meet you. © Chris Roland 2012

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308 I met him last week. © Chris Roland 2012

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310 Yes, I've met them both. © Chris Roland 2012

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312 I will pay. © Chris Roland 2012

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314 I think you paid last time. © Chris Roland 2012

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316 I've already paid. © Chris Roland 2012

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318 Put it on the sheld please. © Chris Roland 2012

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320 I put it there yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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322 Have you put them all on the shelf? © Chris Roland 2012

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324 Hey, read this! © Chris Roland 2012

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326 I read it over the summer. © Chris Roland 2012

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328 I've read all of these. © Chris Roland 2012

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330 Ring me later, okay? © Chris Roland 2012

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332 I rang you three times last night. © Chris Roland 2012

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334 I've rung you about 20 times today so far! © Chris Roland 2012

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336 I like to run 3 times a week. © Chris Roland 2012

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338 I ran yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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340 We've just run 20 kilometres. © Chris Roland 2012

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342 My mum rides a 750cc. © Chris Roland 2012

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344 She rode from Madrid to Barcelona. © Chris Roland 2012

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346 Have you ever ridden a motorbike? © Chris Roland 2012

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348 How do you say...? © Chris Roland 2012

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350 He said yes! © Chris Roland 2012

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352 I have said everything I want to say. © Chris Roland 2012

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354 I can see them from here. © Chris Roland 2012

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356 I saw it all. © Chris Roland 2012

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358 Have you seen that series? © Chris Roland 2012

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360 I want to sell it. © Chris Roland 2012

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362 I sold it yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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364 I have sold them all. © Chris Roland 2012

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366 They send it by satellite. © Chris Roland 2012

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368 I sent it to you last night. © Chris Roland 2012

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370 I've sent you everything. © Chris Roland 2012

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372 You need to shake the bottle. © Chris Roland 2012

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374 He shook it a lot. © Chris Roland 2012

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376 You have shaken it too much! © Chris Roland 2012

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378 I love it when the sun shines. © Chris Roland 2012

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380 The sun shone brightly yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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382 It has shone brightly all day. © Chris Roland 2012

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384 Please don't shoot! © Chris Roland 2012

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386 They shot 3 people dead yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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388 They've shot a total of 19 civilians so far. © Chris Roland 2012

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390 Show me your book please. © Chris Roland 2012

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392 I showed it to my teacher. © Chris Roland 2012

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394 I have already shown you. © Chris Roland 2012

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396 Please shut the door. © Chris Roland 2012

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398 She shut the door when I asked her. © Chris Roland 2012

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400 I have shut the door. © Chris Roland 2012

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402 He sings all day. © Chris Roland 2012

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404 He sang very badly. © Chris Roland 2012

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406 We've sung all our favourite songs. © Chris Roland 2012

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408 Sit down please. © Chris Roland 2012

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410 He sat down. © Chris Roland 2012

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412 We shall start when everyone has sat down. © Chris Roland 2012

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414 All I want to do is sleep! © Chris Roland 2012

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416 When was the last time that you slept? © Chris Roland 2012

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418 She's slept all day. © Chris Roland 2012

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420 What languages can you speak? © Chris Roland 2012

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422 He spoke non stop for 50 minutes. © Chris Roland 2012

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424 They have spoken for hours. © Chris Roland 2012

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426 She likes to spend money. © Chris Roland 2012

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428 She spent a lot of money yesterday. © Chris Roland 2012

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430 She's spent it all. © Chris Roland 2012

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432 We need to stand here. © Chris Roland 2012

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434 We stood here yesterday for 2 hours. © Chris Roland 2012

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436 We've stood here all morning. © Chris Roland 2012

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438 Don't strike your finger. © Chris Roland 2012

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440 He struck his finger. © Chris Roland 2012

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442 I've never struck my finger before. © Chris Roland 2012

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444 I've noticed that you swear quite a lot. © Chris Roland 2012

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446 You swore lots when you spoke to my mum. © Chris Roland 2012

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448 Do you know you've sworn 25 times so far? © Chris Roland 2012

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450 You must swing it like this. © Chris Roland 2012

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452 She swang it very hard. © Chris Roland 2012

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454 She's swung it right round. © Chris Roland 2012

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456 Take one if you want one. © Chris Roland 2012

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458 She wanted one, so she took one. © Chris Roland 2012

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460 Someone's taken them all already! © Chris Roland 2012

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462 He teaches me 5 times a week. © Chris Roland 2012

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464 He taught my brother last year. © Chris Roland 2012

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466 He has taught all my family. © Chris Roland 2012

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468 Don't tear the paper. © Chris Roland 2012

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470 She tore the paper. © Chris Roland 2012

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472 You've torn it really badly. © Chris Roland 2012

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474 Please tell me the answer. © Chris Roland 2012

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476 I told you the answer. © Chris Roland 2012

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478 You haven't told me the answer to ten yet. © Chris Roland 2012

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480 Think about it. © Chris Roland 2012

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482 I thought about it. © Chris Roland 2012

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484 I've thought about it all day. © Chris Roland 2012

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486 Throw it to me! © Chris Roland 2012

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488 He threw it like you said. © Chris Roland 2012

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490 He has thrown it too hard. © Chris Roland 2012

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492 Do you understand? © Chris Roland 2012

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494 I understood the first time. © Chris Roland 2012

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496 Have you understood everything I've said? © Chris Roland 2012

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498 You need to wake him up now. © Chris Roland 2012

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500 I woke him up 5 minutes ago. © Chris Roland 2012

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502 Have you woken him up yet? © Chris Roland 2012

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504 You can't wear that! © Chris Roland 2012

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506 I wore it last time. © Chris Roland 2012

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508 Have you ever worn these? © Chris Roland 2012

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510 I think we can win. © Chris Roland 2012

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512 They won last time. © Chris Roland 2012

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514 We've just won the match and the league! © Chris Roland 2012

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516 Don't wind me up. © Chris Roland 2012

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518 You wound him up and he went crazy. © Chris Roland 2012

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520 You've wound him up all day. © Chris Roland 2012

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522 We write from right to left. © Chris Roland 2012

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524 She wrote someting. © Chris Roland 2012

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526 She has written your name in her language. © Chris Roland 2012


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