1. Please, bring your passports (confirm) your identity. 2. The demonstrators demanded (set) the prisoners free. 3. The children had fun (play) with their PC. 4. After all this hard work I think she deserves (go) on holiday now. 5. I want you (change) the colour scheme of the whole painting. 6. I don’t think you’ll have any trouble (seek) for the place where he works. The artist’s studio is well-known here. 7. We expect our guests (arrive) on time. 8. Andrew heard his sister (speak) to some stranger in the next room. 9. Would you mind my (join) you when you go to the Tretyakov Gallery? 10. Yesterday we saw Lucy (dance) during the premiere. She was terrific. 11. When did your younger sister start (read ? 12. I don’t blame you for (come) so late but could you (be) more punctual next time? 13. Van Gogh was fond of (create) flower pieces with bright sunflowers. 14. I suggest Coin) our drama society. What do you think? 15. He offered (make) tea for everybody in the office and went to the kitchenette (put) the kettle on. 16. We can’t afford (buy) this silver bracelet as a Christmas gift.
a) I’m sorry I forgot (tell) you that we’d changed our plans slightly,
b) I’ll never forget (win) the school track-and-field competition.
a) When will you stop (complain) of toothache instead of going to the dentist?
b) We saw a nice cafe and decided to stop (have) a cup of tea.
a) Please, remember (buy) some food, the fridge is empty,
b) Do you remember (pass) by a tall column at the side of the road? That was the monument I had mentioned before.
a) I regret (say) that the trip to the lake has to be cancelled because of the bad weather,
b) I admit that I regret (talk) to you in that manner when we were having our argument.
a) Do you allow (take) pictures in the cathedral?
b) Zoos never allow (feed) animals, that often suffer from the visitors’ false kindness.