| 1. … you know his name?
|| a. No, I didn’t. I don’t like onion even now.
| 2. … they visit the museum yesterday?
|| b. Of course. They read two books a year.
| 3. … you family watch TV tomorrow?
|| c. Yes, he did. He sold three packager.
| 4. … his sister learn in the academy&
|| d. Sorry, but I don’t. Maybe John knows.
| 5. … you lose your wallet last week?
|| e. Sure, we will. We like to watch TV in the garden.
| 6. … they buy a car two days ago?
|| f. I think, he won’t. He will be busy in the garden.
| 7. … Ben Jordan go to the cinema with us next Sunday?
|| g. No, they didn’t. They wanted to buy a Pontiac, but there were only Fords.
| 8. … your students read English books in the original every year?
|| h. Yes, I did. And not only my wallet. I also lost my driving license and keys.
| 9. … you like onion when a child?
|| i. Yes, they did. It was very interesting.
| 10. … he sell a tour package yesterday?
|| j. No, she doesn’t. She is a schoolgirl.