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24.1

Read about Colin. Then mark (OK) the sentences which are true. In each group of sentences at least one is true.

Colin goes to work every day. He leaves home at 8 o'clock and arrives at work at about 8.45. He starts work immediately and continues until 12.30 when he has lunch (which takes about half an hour). He starts work again at 1.15 and goes home at exactly 4.30. Every day he follows the same routine and tomorrow will be no exception.

At 7.45

  1. he'll be leaving the house
  2. he'll have left the house
  3. he'll be at home
  4. he'll be having breakfast

At 8.15

  1. he'll be leaving the house
  2. he'll have left the house
  3. he'll have arrived at work
  4. he'll be arriving at work

At 9.15

  1. he'll be working
  2. he'll start work
  3. he'll have started work
  4. he'll be arriving at work

At 12.45

  1. he'll have lunch
  2. he'll be having lunch
  3. he'll have finished his lunch
  4. he'll have started his lunch

At 4 o'clock

  1. he'll have finished work
  2. he'll finish work
  3. he'll be working
  4. he won't have finished work

At 4.45

  1. he'll leave work
  2. he'll be leaving work
  3. he'll have left work
  4. he'll have arrived home


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