Lesson 12g

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12.3 Say each sentence using the word I will give you. I will tell you if the sentence should be in the present, the past, or the future.

12.3a Use the word “to agree.”

Present. The man I know from that group always _________.
(The man I know from that group always agrees.) The man I know from that group always agrees. (The man I know from that group always agrees.)

Past. The man I know from that group always _________.
(The man I know from that group always agreed.) The man I know from that group always agreed. (The man I know from that group always agreed.)

Future. The man I know from that group will always _________.
(The man I know from that group will always agree.) The man I know from that group will always agree. (The man I know from that group will always agree.)

Present. The group of men I know always _________.
(The group of men I know always agrees.) The group of men I know always agrees. (The group of men I know always agrees.)

Past. The group of men I know always _________.
(The group of men I know always agreed.) The group of men I know always agreed. (The group of men I know always agreed.)

Present. The group of men I know will always _________.
(The group of men I know will always agree.) The group of men I know will always agree. (The group of men I know will always agree.)

12.3b Use the word “to claim.”

Present. Peter _________ to follow the orders.
(Peter claims to follow the orders.) Peter claims to follow the orders. (Peter claims to follow the orders.)

Past. Peter _________ to follow the orders.
(Peter claimed to follow the orders.) Peter claimed to follow the orders. (Peter claimed to follow the orders.)

Future. Peter _________ to follow the orders.
(Peter will claim to follow the orders.) Peter will claim to follow the orders. (Peter will claim to follow the orders.)

Present. Peter and John _________ to follow the orders.
(Peter and John claim to follow the orders.) Peter and John claim to follow the orders. (Peter and John claim to follow the orders.)

Past. Peter and John _________ to follow the orders.
(Peter and John claimed to follow the orders.) Peter and John claimed to follow the orders. (Peter and John claimed to follow the orders.)

Future. Peter and John _________ to follow the orders.
(Peter and John will claim to follow the orders.) Peter and John will claim to follow the orders. (Peter and John will claim to follow the orders.)