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30 in the evening and Sally has just come home. 'Simon is in the kitchen. Sally: Hi, Simon. Something smells/is smelling nice. What (1) do you cook/are you cooking? Simon: (2) / make/I'm making some onion soup. Would you like some? Sally: No, thanks. I'm not hungry at the moment. (3) I've just had/I just have something to eat in town. Simon: Oh? What (4) did you have/do you have? 00 and (6) we were going/we went to Alfredo's for a pizza. Can I just taste the soup? (7) It's looking/It looks delicious.
Would you like to borrow it? Shall we get one for you? Can you give her something? Could I have a lift? Shall I post your letter? Can you give him a message? 44 24 Future perfect (Будущее совершенное время): will have + past participle 1 Form will have + past participle (but see b below) AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE / I you he finished she will not have gone it we you they you he finished she will have it gone we you they QUESTION will I you he finished? she have gone? it we you they CONTRACTIONS 'II = will won't = will not Some verbs are 'regular', other verbs are 'irregular': • Past participle of regular verbs заканчиваются на -ed, например, finish —> finished.
3) I've just had/I just have something to eat in town. Simon: Oh? What (4) did you have/do you have? 00 and (6) we were going/we went to Alfredo's for a pizza. Can I just taste the soup? (7) It's looking/It looks delicious. Umm! Very good. I think it's the best onion soup (8) I've ever tasted/I've ever been tasting! 51 29 Review of the future (ii) Andrew's friend, Les, has bought a new bicycle. Les: Hi, Andrew. (1) Do you like/Are you liking my new bike? Andrew: Yes, very much! I didn't know you'd bought a bike.