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Милые мои! помогите тут немного по-английскому! вы же знатоки! )) текст см здесь…

Раскройте скобки, употребляя глаголы в требующемся времени:
1. Where (to be) your luggage? – I (to leave) it at the station. I (to take) it tomorrow when Nick (to come) to help me.
2. Mary (to cook) for about an hour when her husband (to come) home.
3. Yesterday I (to buy) a new pair of gloves, because I (to lose) the old ones.
4. We (to walk) in silence. He already (to tell) me all that (to be) interesting about himself, and I (to have) nothing to tell him.
5. That evening the moon (not to rise) yet, and only two stars, like two distant lighthouses, (to shine) in the dark blue sky.
6. One night a little swallow (to fly) over the city. His friends (to fly) away to Egypt six weeks before, but he (to stay) behind.
7. What you (to do) these three months?
8. Our train stars late in the evening, so if you (to come) at seven o’clock, we still (to pack) our luggage.
9. When you (to see) him last?
10. I (to meet) him when he (to talk) to his superviser.
11. You ever (to act) on the stage? – Why, no, but this is what I (to dream) about all my life!
12. Don’t enter the office! The boss (to have) a meeting there, and he always (to get) angry when somebody (to interrupt) him.

Заранее спасибо! Лучшего — отмечу лучшим ответом! :))

1. is — left — will take — comes
2. had been cooking — came home
3. bought — had lost
4. were walking — had told -was — had
5. hadn’t risen — were shining
6.flew — had flown away — stayed behind.
7.have been doing
8.come — will be packing
9.when did you see him last?
10.met — was talking
11.Have you ever acted on the stage? — this is what I have been dreaming about all my life
12. is having — gets — interrupts

как не стыдно спрашивать элементиарщину, загляни в учнебник
1. Where (is) your luggage? – I (have left) it at the station. I (‘ll take) it tomorrow when Nick (comes) to help me.
2. Mary (was cooking) for about an hour when her husband (has come) home.
3. Yesterday I (‘ve bought) a new pair of gloves, because I (had lost) the old ones.
4. We (were walking) in silence. He already (told) me all that (was) interesting about himself, and I (had) nothing to tell him.
5. That evening the moon (did not rise) yet, and only two stars, like two distant lighthouses, (were shining) in the dark blue sky.
6. One night a little swallow (was flying) over the city. His friends (flew) away to Egypt six weeks before, but he (stayed) behind.
7. What you (have been doing) these three months?
8. Our train starts late in the evening, so if you (come) at seven o’clock, we still (will be packing) our luggage.
9. When you (have seen или saw) him last?
10. I (have met) him when he (was talking) to his superviser.
11. You ever (acted) on the stage? – Why, no, but this is what I (was dreaming) about all my life!
12. Don’t enter the office! The boss (has) a meeting there, and he always (gets) angry when somebody (interrupts) him.
1. Is, left, took. would come.
2. cooked, had come.
3. bought, had lost.
4. were walking, had told, was, had.
5. hadn’t rise, shone.
6. flew. had flown, stayed.
7. were you doing.
8. has come, will be packing.
9. did you see
10.met, had talked.
11. did you act, dream.
12. has, he is always getting angry, interrupts.
1. is, have left, will take, comes
2. had been cooking , came
3. bought, had lost
4. were walking., had told, had
5. did not rise, were shining
6. was flying, had flown, stayed
7. have been doing 8. come, will be packing 9. did you see 10. met, was talking 11. have you ever acted , have been dreaming 12. is having, gets, interrupts
1. Were is your luggage? – I hal left it at the station. I shall take it tomorrow when Nick will have come to help me.
2. Mary had been cooking for about an hour when her husband came home.
3. Yesterday I bought a new pair of gloves, because I has lost the old ones.
4. We were walking in silence. He had already told me all that was interesting about himself, and I had nothing to tell him.
5. That evening the moon had not yet risen, and only two stars, like two distant lighthouses, shined in the dark blue sky.
6. One night a little swallow was flying over the city. His friends had flown away to Egypt six weeks before, but he stayed behind.
7. What you have been doing these three months?
8. Our train starts late in the evening, so if you will come at seven o’clock, we still shall be packin our luggage.
9. When did you see him last?
10. I (to meet) him when he (to talk) to his superviser.
11. You ever (to act) on the stage? – Why, no, but this is what I (to dream) about all my life!
12. Don’t enter the office! The boss (to have) a meeting there, and he always (to get) angry when somebody (to interrupt) him.