Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Simple, the Past Continuous or the Past Perfect Tense

What ___you ( to do) ,Jack?

- I ( to look) for my watch. i ( to look) for it for fifteen minutes now.

- You never ( to put) your watch in its place. It ( to seem) to me I ( just to see) it on the shelf next to the telephone.

- Here it ( to be) . Thank you, Diana.

- By the way, your boss ( already to phone) you. He ( to wait) for you in the office for half an hour.

-Oh, dear! I ( completely to forget) about the conference. It ( to start) at 11 p.m. And i ( not to prepare) the report about the result of our research work.

- Jack, you always ( to forget) about important things. You should plan your work more carefully.

- You ( to know) , Diana, I ( to be) very busy these days. Where my shirt ( to be)?

- I ( to iron) it right now. Here you ( to be) .

- Thanks. i ( to leave) now. see you in the evening.

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2013-05-11T21:44:57+04:00

What are you doing, Jack?

I'm looking for my watch. I have been looking for it for 15 minutes now.

You never put your watch in its place. It seems to me I have just seen it on the shelf next to the telephone.

Here it is. Thank you, Diana.

By the way, your boss has already phoned you. He has been waiting for you in the office for half an hour.

Oh dear. I completely forgot about the conference. It started at 11 p.m. And I haven't prepared the report about the resulf of out research work

Jack, you always forget about important things.

You know, Diana, that I have been very busy these days. Where is my shirt?

I'm ironing it right now. Here you are

Thanks. I'm leaving now. See you in the evening