Lesson 16c

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LESSON 16: EXERCISE LESSON

16.2 Repeat each sentence.

16.2a
Complete the following sentences with “their coats up over there.”
I always hang (I always hang their coats up over there.) / I always hung (I always hung their coats up over there.) / I will hang (I will hang their coats up over there.)
She always hangs (She always hangs their coats up over there.) / She always hung (She always hung their coats up over there.) / She will hang (She will hang their coats up over there.)
You seldom hang (You seldom hang their coats up over there.) / You seldom hung (You seldom hung their coats up over there.) / You will hang (You will hang their coats up over there.)

Complete the following sentences with “the phone up immediately.”
We usually hang (We usually hang the phone up immediately.) / We usually hung (We usually hung the phone up immediately.) / We will hang (We will hang the phone up immediately.)
They never hang (They never hang the phone up immediately.) / They never hung (They never hung the phone up immediately.) / They will hang (They will hang the phone up immediately.)

16.2b
Complete the following sentences with “the law while driving.”
I never break (I never break the law while driving.) / I never broke (I never broke the law while driving.) / I will never break (I will never break the law while driving.)
He never breaks (He never breaks the law while driving.) / He never broke (He never broke the law while driving.) / He will never break (He will never break the law while driving.)
You never break (You never break the law while driving.) / You never broke (You never broke the law while driving.) / You will never break (You will never break the law while driving.)

Complete the following sentences with “the meeting up at noon.”
We usually break (We usually break the meeting up at noon.) / We broke (We broke the meeting up at noon.) / We will break (We will break the meeting up at noon.)
They always break (They always break the meeting up at noon.) / They broke (They broke the meeting up at noon.) / They will break (They will break the meeting up at noon.)