1 ____ you interested in sport? ?
2 My ____ is a writer and his books are very popular.
3 We live in the city center and our house ____ have a big garden
4 There ____ a lot of people outside the school. What's the problem?
5 Cathy ____ a game on her computer at the moment.
6 Paul is very ____. He doesn’t go out a lot.
7 ____ you like to come out with us tonight?
8 Dad’s ____ work right now. He’s a teacher.
9 Did you ____ shopping after school yesterday?
10 There wasn’t ____ milk for breakfast this morning so I had toast and orange juice
11 I ____ five emails before school today.
12 Turn ____ and you'll see the museum on the left.
13 The beach was very crowded ____ Monday.
14 I ____ the new Batman film yet. Is it any good?
15 Tom got the ____ marks in the class for his homework.
16 You ____ eat all that cake! It isn’t good for you.
17 How ____ time have we got to do this exercise?
18 Don’t forget to get ____ the bus at Station Road.
19 Our teacher speaks English to us ____ so that we can understand her.
20 My sister ____ speak French when she was only six years old.
21 I really enjoy ____ new languages and I'd like to learn Italian soon.
22 My father has been a pilot ____ twenty years and he still loves his job.
23 Quick – get the food inside! It ____ any moment.
24 Sam asked me if I ____ a lift home after the concert
25 Which train ____ for when I saw you on the platform on Sunday?
26 I ____ not be home this evening. Phone me on my mobile.
27 I hope you ____ a good time at the moment in Greece! Phone soon.
28 If we ____ in the countryside, we’d have much better views than we do now
29 Do students in your country have to stand ____ when the teacher arrives?
30 You ____ hurry as we’ve still got twenty minutes before the film starts
31 I ____ you in the café at about 4.30 and we can discuss our plans then, OK?
32 I wanted to see Harry. How long ago ____ ?
33 I wish Joe ____ to Hawaii on holiday. They’re talking about an eruption there on the news.
34 Could I possibly ____ some money for the bus fare home? I’ve lost my bag.
35 People say that an avalanche ____ by loud noises in the area but I don’t know if that’s true.
36 You’ll have to drive much ____ than this if you want to pass your test.
37 I must remember ____ Ed to take notes for me while I’m away next week.
38 Look at the news! Three cars ____ in a bad accident on the motorway at Dartford.
39 I ____ for arriving so late but I was caught up in a traffic jam in the town centre.
40 It was great to see you at the party. I didn’t realize how long ____ since we last met.
41 I’m sorry to trouble you but I was wondering what ____ .
42 I really wish people ____ dump litter in front of our house. We have to clear it up every day.
43 Last Tuesday the company told Ruth that they’d emailed her the job details the ____ day.
44 The studio lights went out while the footballer ____ .
45 By the time I hand in this project, I ____ on it for three weeks!
46 Jonah’s just fallen down the steps outside and there’s ____ everywhere.
47 You should be very proud ____ what you’ve achieved over the last year.
48 ____ people know this but our school is being inspected today.
49 Look out for a petrol station because I think we’re going to run ____ of petrol soon.
50 If I’d gone to the sales yesterday, I ____ one of those cheap bags before they sold out.
Read the text Have you seen a football match recently? If you have, I'm sure that you heard lots of comments about the referee as well as about the players! Referees have a very difficult job. They have to make quick and important decisions in the middle of a fast-moving game. And, of course, there are thousands of people shouting at them too. The crowd is never happy when the ref sends off their favourite player. Also, in football today there still isn't the same technology as there is in other sports, like tennis. The job can get even more difficult when you're a woman who is refereeing a men's match! There is no reason why there should not be the same number of male and female referees in the sport today. However, the number of female refs is still very low – particularly at the highest levels of professional football. This is something that one woman, Pat Dunn, who died in 1999, would have been very sad about. Pat was the first woman in the UK to referee a men's football match but she wasn't allowed to do this for a long time. Pat was a strong supporter of women's rights in sport and became President of the Ladies' Football Association in 1969. Then she decided to train to be a referee. For a long time the Football Association refused to give her a certificate although she had passed the exams. But Pat continued fighting and she finally got permission in 1976. The next month she became famous when she refereed her first official FA game. Pat became a very good and successful referee and even saved a footballer's life. She helped him when he was injured during a match! Today there are some famous female referees, like Bibiana Steinhaus from Germany who has just refereed the final of the Women's Football World Cup. Bibiana decided to become a referee at the age of 16 and later was the first female referee in the German men's professional league. But there are only a few like her. Football is still mainly a men's game – both for players and referees. But for how long? Will we see more women referees in the future? We'd like to know what YOU think. So, please go online and leave a comment on our website. We'll print the most interesting ones in the magazine next week.
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