Match up (adverbs of time)

January 22, 2012pdf

Match the following sentence fragments.

Sentence beginnings

I have known her

I once studied the guitar

I have been working since

It was the worst storm

I will be here

From now on,

From the dawn of civilization,

This time tomorrow,

By next Christmas,

I think the plane is

The President is to

You are not to

I will think of you

Sentence endings

visit Beijing in May.

for three years.

for a long time.

from three o’clock onwards.

we will have been here for eight years.

when I am lying on the beach next week.

I will be lying on the beach.

tell anybody about this.

about to take off.

six o’clock, and I am getting tired.

in ten years.

I’m going to go running every day.

people have made war.

Answers

I have known her for a long time.

I once studied the guitar for three years.

I have been working since six o’clock, and I am getting tired.

It was the worst storm in ten years.

I will be here from three o’clock onwards.

From now on, I’m going to go running every day.

From the dawn of civilization, people have made war.

This time tomorrow, I will be lying on the beach.

By next Christmas, we will have been here for eight years.

I think the plane is about to take off.

The President is to visit Beijing in May.

You are not to tell anybody about this.

I will think of you when I am lying on the beach next week.

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