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One summer morning Meeks (come) from the West to New York to find his sister. She (be) Mrs. Mary Snyder, a widow, aged 52, who (live) for a year in a tenement house in a crowded district.
At her address somebody (tell) him that Mary (move) away longer than a month before. No one (can/tell) him her new address.
On coming out of the house Mr. Meeks (address) a policeman who (stand) on the corner, and (explain) his difficulty to him. “I (recently/make) a lot of money and I’d like to help Mary as soon as possible”, he (add). The policeman (pull) his moustache and (tell) Meeks about Juggins. He (say) that Juggins (be) the leader of a new school of detectives. “Juggins (solve) some very difficult cases. I (take) you to him”, the policeman said.
“If I (find) you sister, you (pay) me two hundred dollars. I (try) to solve your case. The disappearance of people in the city is the most interesting problem I (ever, work at)”, (say) the famous detective, (rise) and (put on) his hat.
In fifteen minutes Juggins (return) holding a little piece of paper with Mary’s new address. After Meeks (pay) his bill, he (ask) the detective to explain what he (do).

Заранее всем огромное спасибо….

Всё зависит от того, в каком времени рассказ дан…(ну, и учить, конечно, нужно:-)
Даю в 2-х вариантах: настоящее и прошедшее.

One summer morning Meeks (comescame) from the West to New York to find his sister. She (iswas) Mrs. Mary Snyder, a widow, aged 52, who (has been livinghad been living) for a year in a tenement house in a crowded district.
At her address somebody (tellstold) him that Mary (has movedhad moved) away longer than a month before. No one (can tellcould tell) him her new address.
On coming out of the house Mr. Meeks (addressesaddressed) a policeman who (is standingwas standing) on the corner, and (explainsexplained) his difficulty to him. “I (have recently made) a lot of money and I’d like to help Mary as soon as possible”, he (addsadded). The policeman (pullspulled) his moustache and (tellstold) Meeks about Juggins. He (sayssaid) that Juggins (iswas) the leader of a new school of detectives. “Juggins (solves) some very difficult cases. I (will take) you to him”, the policeman said.
“If I (find) you sister, you (will pay) me two hundred dollars. I (will try) to solve your case. The disappearance of people in the city is the most interesting problem I (have ever worked at)”, (sayssaid) the famous detective, (rising) and (putting on) his hat.
In fifteen minutes Juggins (returnsreturned) holding a little piece of paper with Mary’s new address. After Meeks (payspaid) his bill, he (asksasked) the detective to explain what he (will dowould do).

One summer morning Meeks came from the West to New York to find his sister. She was Mrs. Mary Snyder, a widow, aged 52, who had lived for a year in a tenement house in a crowded district.
At her address somebody told him that Mary had moved away longer than a month before. No one could tell him her new address.
On coming out of the house Mr. Meeks addressed a policeman who was standing on the corner, and explained his difficulty to him. “I have recently made a lot of money and I’d like to help Mary as soon as possible”, he added. The policeman pulled his moustache and told Meeks about Juggins. He said that Juggins was the leader of a new school of detectives. “Juggins solved some very difficult cases. I will take you to him”, the policeman said.
“If I find you sister, you will pay me two hundred dollars. I will try to solve your case. The disappearance of people in the city is the most interesting problem I have ever worked at, said the famous detective, rising and putting on his hat.
In fifteen minutes Juggins returned holding a little piece of paper with Mary’s new address. After Meeks had payed his bill, he asked the detective to explain what he was doing.
One summer morning Meeks came from the West to New York to find his sister. She was Mrs. Mary Snyder, a widow, aged 52, who had lived for a year in a tenement house in a crowded district.
At her address somebody told him that Mary had moved away longer than a month before. No one could tell him her new address.
On coming out of the house Mr. Meeks addressed a policeman who was standing on the corner, and explained his difficulty to him. “I have recently made a lot of money and I’d like to help Mary as soon as possible”, he added. The policeman pulled his moustache and told Meeks about Juggins. He said that Juggins was the leader of a new school of detectives. “Juggins solved some very difficult cases. I will take you to him”, the policeman said.
“If I find you sister, you will pay me two hundred dollars. I will try to solve your case. The disappearance of people in the city is the most interesting problem I have ever worked at, said the famous detective, rising and putting on his hat.
In fifteen minutes Juggins returned holding a little piece of paper with Mary’s new address. After Meeks had payed his bill, he asked the detective to explain what he was doing.
One summer morning Meeks came from the West to New York to find his sister. She was Mrs. Mary Snyder, a widow, aged 52, who had lived for a year in a tenement house in a crowded district.
At her address somebody told him that Mary had moved away longer than a month before. No one could tell him her new address.
On coming out of the house Mr. Meeks addressed a policeman who was standing on the corner, and explained his difficulty to him. “I have recently made a lot of money and I’d like to help Mary as soon as possible”, he added. The policeman pulled his moustache and told Meeks about Juggins. He said that Juggins was the leader of a new school of detectives. “Juggins solved some very difficult cases. I will take you to him”, the policeman said.
“If I find you sister, you will pay me two hundred dollars. I will try to solve your case. The disappearance of people in the city is the most interesting problem I have ever worked at, said the famous detective, rising and putting on his hat.
In fifteen minutes Juggins returned holding a little piece of paper with Mary’s new address. After Meeks had payed his bill, he asked the detective to explain what he was doing.
One summer morning Meeks came from the West to New York to find his sister. She was Mrs. Mary Snyder, a widow, aged 52, who had lived for a year in a tenement house in a crowded district.
At her address somebody told him that Mary had moved away longer than a month before. No one could tell him her new address.
On coming out of the house Mr. Meeks addressed a policeman who was standing on the corner, and explained his difficulty to him. “I have recently made a lot of money and I’d like to help Mary as soon as possible”, he added. The policeman pulled his moustache and told Meeks about Juggins. He said that Juggins was the leader of a new school of detectives. “Juggins solved some very difficult cases. I will take you to him”, the policeman said.
“If I find you sister, you will pay me two hundred dollars. I will try to solve your case. The disappearance of people in the city is the most interesting problem I have ever worked at, said the famous detective, rising and putting on his hat.
In fifteen minutes Juggins returned holding a little piece of paper with Mary’s new address. After Meeks had payed his bill, he asked the detective to explain what he was doing.
One summer morning Meeks came from the West to New York to find his sister. She was Mrs. Mary Snyder, a widow, aged 52, who had lived for a year in a tenement house in a crowded district.
At her address somebody told him that Mary had moved away longer than a month before. No one could tell him her new address.
On coming out of the house Mr. Meeks addressed a policeman who was standing on the corner, and explained his difficulty to him. “I have recently made a lot of money and I’d like to help Mary as soon as possible”, he added. The policeman pulled his moustache and told Meeks about Juggins. He said that Juggins was the leader of a new school of detectives. “Juggins solved some very difficult cases. I will take you to him”, the policeman said.
“If I find you sister, you will pay me two hundred dollars. I will try to solve your case. The disappearance of people in the city is the most interesting problem I have ever worked at, said the famous detective, rising and putting on his hat.
In fifteen minutes Juggins returned holding a little piece of paper with Mary’s new address. After Meeks had payed his bill, he asked the detective to explain what he was doing.