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Message de babar46 posté le 2004-11-11 20:13:28 (S | E | F | I)
Put each verb in the correct form

1-Kwame (think) of a new exercise when his wife (call) him for dinner.
2-I (have) a beautiful dream when the alarm clock (ring).
3-When Bridg (see) the question, she (know) the answer immediately.
4-The train (wait) when we (arrive) at the station
5-When the doors (open), the crowd (rush) in

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Edité par bridg le 11-11-2004 20:15
just a question? to think of ? or to think about? in the first sentence.


Réponse: re:Past continuous or simpl de the_dauphin, postée le 2004-11-11 20:55:29 (S | E)
salut.

j'essaie.

1-Kwame thinks of a new exercise when his wife calling him for dinner.
2-I have a beautiful dream when the alarm clock is ringing.
3-When Bridg sees the question, she knows the answer immediately.
4-The train is waitting when we arrives at the station
5-When the doors are opens, the crowd are rushing in

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Edité par bridg le 11-11-2004 21:03
Dauphin, tu n'as pas lu l'intitulé du post


Réponse: re:Past continuous or simpl de kayrol, postée le 2004-11-11 21:20:00 (S | E)
Hello Babar (I like your pseudo Babar was an idol of mine when I was young )
1-Kwame was thinking of a new exercise when his wife called him for dinner.
2-I was having a beautiful dream when the alarm clock rang.
3-When Bridg saw the question, she knew the answer immediately.
4-The train was waiting when we arrived at the station
5-When the doors opened, the crowd rushed in

Kayrol


Réponse: re:Past continuous or simpl de kolo1, postée le 2004-11-11 21:33:03 (S | E)
Kawme was thinking of a new exercice when his wife called him for dinner.
I was having a beautiful dream when the alarm clock rang.
When Bridg saw the question, she knew the answer immediately
The train was waiting when we arrived at the station.
When the doors opened the crowd rushed in.

to think of or to think about, i think it's the same. in fact i'm not really sure. By the way i thank you for this exercice.

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Edité par kolo1 le 2004-11-11 21:36:13


Réponse: re:Past continuous or simpl de salsify, postée le 2004-11-11 21:33:19 (S | E)
Mes réponses :

1-Kwame was thinking of a new exercise when his wife called him for dinner.
2-I was having a beautiful dream when the alarm clock rang.
3-When Bridg saw the question, she knew the answer immediately.
4-The train was waiting when we arrived at the station
5-When the doors opened, the crowd rushed in.

Pour le verbe to know, je crois que ce verbe n'admet pas de forme progressive, si ma mémoire est bonne.

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Edité par salsify le 2004-11-11 21:35:05


Réponse: re:Past continuous or simpl de babar46, postée le 2004-11-12 09:44:02 (S | E)
A propos de think of / think about

think of: if you think of something, you create it in your mind using your intelligence and imagination

think about: when you think about ideas or problems, you make a mental effort to consider them

(sources: 'Cobuild English learner's dictionary')


Réponse: re:Past continuous or simpl de speedjo905, postée le 2004-11-12 12:32:27 (S | E)
1-Kwame was thinking (think) of a new exercise when his wife called (call) him for dinner.
2-I was having (have) a beautiful dream when the alarm clock rang (ring).
3-When Bridg saw (see) the question, she knew (know) the answer immediately.
4-The train was waiting (wait) when we arrived (arrive) at the station
5-When the doors opened (open), the crowd rushed (rush) in.


Réponse: re:Past continuous or simpl de shield, postée le 2004-11-12 14:40:30 (S | E)
1-Kwame (think) of a new exercise when his wife (call) him for dinner.
2-I (have) a beautiful dream when the alarm clock (ring).
3-When Bridg (see) the question, she (know) the answer immediately.
4-The train (wait) when we (arrive) at the station
5-When the doors (open), the crowd (rush) in

je croyais m'en rapeller mais une bonne revision mais je crois que je ferais mieux d'aller les reviser a une prochaine...
bye


Réponse: re:Past continuous or simpl de babar46, postée le 2004-11-12 17:34:40 (S | E)
Hello everybody!

Correction de l'exercice

Inutile de donner le corrigé puisque tout le monde a réussi un sans faute, sauf The Dauphin qui n'a peut-être pas lu la consigne.

Congratulations!




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