Use the correct tense form of the verbs:

My days off (to be) Saturday and Sunday. I never (to know) how (to spend) them. On Friday night when I (to go) to bed think that I (to get up) very early on Saturday and I (to have) enough time to do a lot of things that I (not to do) during the week. I also (to plan) that on Saturday I (to have) a good rest. But Saturday (to come) and all my plans (to change). I usually set my alarm clock for 8 o'clock. 1 (to do) so last Saturday too, but I sever (to hear) it, I (to think) it (not to work). When ' I (get up) it (to be) about 11. It (to take) me an hour to cook breakfast. After breakfast I (to decide) to go shopping because I looked into the refrigerator and (to see) that I (to have) no food for the next week. I (to come) back home only in the evening because Saturday (to be) not the most convenient day for shopping. I (to forget) it. Late in the evening! (to go) washing and cleaning, and (to watch) some TV programmes. I (to go) to bed at 1 o'clock. But before I (to fall) asleep I (to make) plans for Sunday. "I (to have) the whole day to myself tomorrow," I (to think).

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2013-04-04T17:43:24+04:00

are, know, spend, went, will get up, will have, don't do> planned, will have, had come, changed, did, i have never heared, thought, will not work, got up, was, took, decided, saw, have, came, is, forgot, went, watched, went, fell made,have, thought. Фуууух. Не уверена на 100 процентов, что всё правильно..