Lesson 14d

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14.2 Repeat each sentence.

14.2c
Complete the following sentences with “to stop them from quarreling.”
I sometimes try (I sometimes try to stop them from quarreling.) / He sometimes tries (He sometimes tries to stop them from quarreling.) / You sometimes try (You sometimes try to stop them from quarreling.) / We sometimes try (We sometimes try to stop them from quarreling.) / They sometimes try (They sometimes try to stop them from quarreling.)

Complete the following sentences with “to reduce the noise.”
I often tried (I often tried to reduce the noise.) / She often tried (She t often tried to reduce the noise.) / You often tried (You often tried to reduce the noise.) / We often tried (We often tried to reduce the noise.) / They often tried (They often tried to reduce the noise.)

Complete the following sentences with “to study more.”
I will frequently try (I will frequently try to study more.) / He will frequently try (He will frequently try to study more.) / You will frequently try (You will frequently try to study more.) / We will frequently try (We will frequently try to study more.) / They will frequently try (They will frequently try to study more.)

14.2d
Complete the following sentences with “their names.”
I usually remember (I usually remember their names.) / I usually remembered (I usually remembered their names.) / I will usually remember (I will usually remember their names.)
She never remembers (She never remembers their names.) / She never remembered (She never remembered their names.) / She will never remember (She will never remember their names.)

Complete the following sentences with “the instructions.”
You sometimes remember (You sometimes remember the instructions.) / You sometimes remembered (You sometimes remembered the instructions.) / You will sometimes remember (You will sometimes remember the instructions.)
We seldom remember (We seldom remember the instructions.) / We seldom remembered (We seldom remembered the instructions.) / We will seldom remember (We will seldom remember the instructions.)

Complete the following sentences with “the others.”
They always remember (They always remember the others.) / They always remembered (They always remembered the others.) / They will always remember (They will always remember the others.)

14.2e
Complete the following sentences with “my friends.”
I often call (I often call my friends.) / I often called (I often called my friends.) / I will often call (I will often call my friends.)
She frequently calls (She frequently calls my friends.) / She frequently called (She frequently called my friends.) / She will frequently call (She will frequently call my friends.)

Complete the following sentences with “my father.”
You rarely call (You rarely call my father.) / You rarely called (You rarely called my father.) / You will rarely call (You will rarely call my father.)
We never call (We never call my father.) / We never called (We never called my father.) / We will never call (We will never call my father.)

Complete the following sentences with “the others.”
They infrequently call (They infrequently call the others.) / They infrequently called (They infrequently called the others.) / They will infrequently call (They will infrequently call the others.)