Read it clearly and not so fast, please. Thank you!
1.- We have had some hard times recently, but I think things are beginning to look up.
2.- The emergency services thought that the bomb might go off at any moment.
3.- The schools break up next week. It is almost holiday-time.
4.- Her new book is due to come out next month. I wonder what the critics will think of it.
5.- The number of tourists visiting Britain is at its peak in July and August, and begins to fall off in September.
6.- The subject of higher salaries will probably come up at the meeting.
7.- Don't get so nervous about your speech tonight. I am sure it will go down very well.
8.- She is not a very strong person. I am afraid she might break down when she hears the news.
9.- They have not spoken to each other since that argument about the taxi fare. How silly to fall out over such a trivial thing.
10.- I think we are going in the wrong direction. Hold on. I will look at the map.
11.- I live at 32, Rutherford Street. Drop in if you are in the district.
12.- The meeting was long and the room was hot. I was afraid I might drop off.
13.- At one time the streets of London were lit by gas, but that was at least a hundred of years ago.
14.- Soon after they met, they decided to get married. At the time it seemed an ideal match. Within a few years, however, their different personalities began to cause friction.
15.- She is a quite happy in England on the whole, but of course she misses Brazil at times.
16.- We are painting our son's bedroom, so for the time being he is sleeping in our room.
17.- The trins are very punctual. They always leave on time.
18.- Whe she heard her father was dying, she immediately went to the hospital and arrived just in time.