Ex. 228. Use the right form of the verb in
My aunt often (talk) to herself. Look, Grandpa (talk) to himself. 2. I never
(drink) anything with my meals. What you (drink)? — Tonic water. 3. The days
(get) longer from January to June. The days (get) longer now. 4. We (go) out a
lot in the summer. We (go) out on Saturday. 5. — What's that terrible noise? —
My neighbour (drill) the wall. He (do) it every weekend. 6.1 wonder if Kate is
on a diet. She (get) thinner and thinner. 7. My house plants (grow) very
slowly. 8. She can't come to the phone right now. She (wash) her hair. She
(wash) it twice a week. 9. Many people (go) to church on Sundays. Hey, people!
Where you (go)? 10. Unemployment (rise) at an alarming rate. Prices (rise)
after economic crises. 11. Don't disturb him, he (work). 12. Your husband ever
(work) at the weekends? 13. Come in, I not (sleep). 14. He always (come) at the
wrong moments. 15. She constantly (talk)! 16. Why you always (chew) something?