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1 You had better not go out: it .................... (rain) cats and dogs.

2 .............................. (ever - you - see) such a beautiful place?

3 When I ................. (be) young, I never ................... (go) to a music concert.

4 What's the matter with him? He ..................... (always - complain) and I ..................... (like not) it.

5 By the time she .......................... (arrive) he ......................... (already - go).

6 What ............................. (you - do) tonight? .............................. (you - want - go out) with me?

I am sorry, I .................... (can - not), I ............................. (go) to the cinema with Patrick.

7 Where the hell have you been? I ................................ (wait) for you all night long.

8 If you had paid attention a bit more, you ...................... (know) the answer to that question.

9 We .................... (sign) a contract with a new company yesterday

10 When ........................... (Columbus - discover) America?

11 Don't worry: I ...................... (call) you when I ....................... (get) there.

12 I see she can't walk because she ....................... (break) her leg.

13 She .......................... (live) in Manhattan before she ........................ (move) to London.

14 I am 50 years old and I ...................... (always - live) in England. I ....................... (never - want - move)
to another country.

1 By the time the police (to arrive), the thief already (to go)

2 When Brexit place (to take)? In 2016 the British to leave the EU (decide).

3 He (to read) an article in the newspaper when the phone (to ring). It (to be)

his mother. She (to want) to tell him that she (can + negative) make it in time.

4 Look at those clouds: it any moment now (to rain).

5I (to think) it (to rain). The streets are all wet.

6 Don’t be too nervous. If you well (to prepare), you (to pass) the oral exam.

7 The weather man says that it next week (to rain).

8 If I (to win) the lottery, I (to buy) a new car. I doubt that I’ll win because I never

(to win) anything.


9 I’m tired. I (to work) since seven o’clock this morning.

10 You have yourself to blame. If you (to study) harder, you (to pass) the
test.

1 America ......................... (discover) by Columbus in 1492.


2 Where is my car? It ......................... (repair) at this very moment.
3 The sales department .......................... (run) by Dr. Johnson.
4 A new prototype ............................. (build) next year.
5 Most of the world's rubber ......................... (produce) in Asia.
6 By the time we arrived the thief ............................... (catch) by the police.
7 Unfortunately, all the flights ................................. (cancel), so I can't go to New York.
8 They promised that the goods ............................. (ship) tomorrow.
9 That old building had ...................... (demolish).
10 Last week I ............................. (inform) about these problems.
11 We could the deadline not ...................... (make) in time?
12 She was not satisfied with the product so she ........................ (offer) a refund.
13 (In a store) ............ you ...................... (serve), Sir?

1. The British explorer James Cook was born in the village of Marton, Yorkshire, on 27 October, 1728.
But his family soon (move) to another village, called Great Ayton, where Cook (spend)
most of his childhood.

2. As a teenager James Cook (develop) a fascination for the sea and (travel)
to Whitby where he (find) employment on a coal ship.

3. While he (serve) in the Royal Navy during the Seven Years' War (1756-1763), Cook
(have) the command of a ship.

4. After the war (end) , Cook (take) command of the vessel Grenville and
(go) to Newfoundland to survey the coasts there.

5. While he (map) the coasts of Newfoundland, he (observe) a solar eclipse


off the North American coast.

6. Cook (send) the details to the Royal Society, England's leading scientific organisation,
and (win) their attention.

7. After Cook (publish) his observations of the solar eclipse, the Royal Society (ask)
him to lead a scientific expedition to Tahiti and (put) him in command of
of the HMS Endeavour.

8. From Tahiti Cook then (go on) to explore the South Pacific.
9. He also (reach) New Zealand, which only the Dutchman Abel Tasman (visit)
before Cook.

10. After Cook (map) New Zealand's complete coastline, he (sail) to


Australia's east coast.

11. Cook (name) the area New South Wales as it (remind) him of the south
coast of Wales in Great Britain.

12. In 1772, one year after Cook (return) from his first voyage to the Pacific, the Royal
Society (hire) him for another expedition to find the mythical Terra Australis.

13. On his journey, Cook (discover) several islands and almost (go) as far as
the continent of Antarctica.

14. He (make) maps of the South Pacific and (prove) that Terra Australis
(exist / not) .

15. His third and last voyage for the Royal Society (take) him to the west coast of North
America where he (try) to find a passage between the Atlantic and Pacific.

16. He (not / can / pass) the Bering Strait, however; the ice (force) him to
return to Hawaii, which he (discover) earlier.

17. While he and his crew (rest) in Hawaii, some Hawaiians (steal) one of his
boats.

18. When cook and his men (try) to get the boat back from the natives, a violent fight
(break out) in which the natives (stab) James Cook to death.

1. When I was a young boy, I (meet) Santa Claus.

2. Tony (study) for his math test as we speak.

3. Pat and Sean (smoke) for the past three years. They
would like to quit though.

4. She sometimes (lose) her temper. She scares me a bit


when she does.
5. I (understand) your point now.

6. I (see) this movie about a dozen times already.

7. We (sleep) all day yesterday.

8. I finally (decide) to call her yesterday to ask her out.

9. She (be) never late. I wonder why she is missing.

10. I (be) in class very early this morning to study for my


math exam.

11. (be) you mad at me last night? I didn't hurt you on


purpose you know !

12. (you, see, ever) Le Cirque Du Soleil?

13. We (go out, sometimes) when we are not tired.

14. What (you, are, do) now? I'm cleaning my room.

15. I (visit) my uncle Bob in San Jose last year.

16. They (call, negative) me since last week.

17. What kind of music (she, like)?

18. 3 years ago, Doug completely (change) his lifestyle.

19. Who (invent) the lightbulb? I really don't have a clue.

20. I (never, try) lobster in my life.


The Netherlands
Welcome to the Netherlands, a tiny country that only extends, at its broadest, 312 km north to
south, and 264 km east to west - (1) ... the land area increases slightly each year as a (2) ... of
continuous land reclamation and drainage. With a lot of heart and much to offer, 'Holland,' as it
is (3) ... known to most of us abroad - a name stemming (4) ... its once most prominent provinces
- has more going on per kilometre than most countries, and more English-speaking natives.
You'll be impressed by its (5) ... cities and charmed by its countryside and villages, full of
contrasts. From the exciting variety (6) ... offer, you could choose a romantic canal boat tour in
Amsterdam, a Royal Tour by coach in The Hague, or a hydrofoil tour around the biggest harbour
in the world - Rotterdam. In season you could visit the dazzling bulb fields, enjoy a full day on a
boat, or take a bike tour through the pancake-flat countryside spiced with windmills. The
possibilities are countless and the nationwide tourist office, which is on hand to give you
information and (7) ... reservations. You'll have (8) ... language problems here, as the Dutch are
true linguists and English is spoken here almost universally.

1. A) so B) despite C) in spite of D) although

2. A) whole B) consequently C) rule D) result

3. A) regularly B) occasionally C) commonly D) unusually

4. A) in B) from C) on D) of

5. A) historic B) historical C) historically D) historian

6. A) at B) in C) on D) for

7. A) sit B) catch C) do D) make

8. A) few B) a few C) little D) a little

THRIVING TOURISM INDUSTRY

Puerto Rico's booming tourism industry continues to blossom. Nowadays, we have new cruise lines
docking in our ports and more airlines adding Puerto Rico as a destination with direct flights. Along with
the tourism increase, new renovations have taken place throughout the entire tourism industry and the
Sheraton Old San Juan has been no exception. Being the only branded upscale hotel located in the heart
of historic Old San Juan, our hotel has started its upgrade plans. With over $20 million to be invested by
the end of 2016, the hotel will have completely remodelled all rooms and common areas with a new
colour scheme of sleepy blues and divine whites, creating a fashionable yet relaxing environment. It is
just what you need for your next travel.
OLD SAN JUAN: A CULINARY CAPITAL

Puerto Rico is known for its amazing and delicious food. And the Old San Juan is no exception. It is filled
with restaurants and with flavours. With world-class chefs and renown barmen, you are in for a great
and delicious treat. That is why it is no mistake when Travel + Leisure place Puerto Rico as the number
one cuisine in the entire Caribbean. Are you in the mood for something in particular? Ask out front desk
and they will gladly give you a variety to choose from. Don't forget to try the traditional Puerto Rican
dishes: Mofongo, Asopao and Lechon and the drinks: Pina Colada, Mojitos and our locally brewed beers.

SHERATON SWEET SLEEPER BED

The Sheraton Sweet Sleeper™ Bed is found in each of our guest rooms and is comprised of luxurious
sheets, a deluxe duvet, a selection of feather down and hypoallergenic pillows, and a custom mattress.
You can enjoy the comfort of Sheraton's Sweet Sleeper Bed in your own home. Order the complete
Sweet Sleeper Bed for a restful night's sleep, every night.

Outstanding Amenities Including

100% Non-Smoking Guestrooms, including outdoor balconies

Balcony available

Connecting Rooms available

ADA Accessible Rooms available

Bay or City View Rooms available

Iron/Ironing Board

Air-Conditioned Room

In-Room Safe oversized for a laptop

Coffee maker with complimentary Starbucks coffee and teas

High speed WI-FI and Ethernet

42 inch LCD television with cable/movie channels

The Sheraton Sweet Sleeper™ Bed

 1) The tourist industry has been one of the few growing sectors of the Puerto Rican economy.
True False

 2) The hotel is located far away from the Old San Juan Historic District.

True False

 3) More than $20 million will be invested in the hotel.

True False

 4) There aren't many restaurants in the Old San Juan.

True False

 5) Puerto Rico has the best food in the whole of Caribbean.

True False

 6) The most traditional Puerto Rican dish is Mofongo.

True False

 7) It is possible to purchase the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed.

True False

 8) Smoking is only allowed on the balcony.


True False

 9) The bay view is visible from all rooms.

True False

 10) Coffee and tea is available in the room free of charge at all hours.

True False