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2 results for useum". Tiger Talk: My Day Out: At The Museum. by Leon Read 24 January 2008.
The swimming-pool library/Alan Hollinghurst. international ed. p. c. (Vintage international). The man who had been at the adjacent place said ‘Oh my Christ’ and hurried out. All along the rank of urinals there was a hasty doing-up of flies, and faces that spoke both of concern and of a sense that they had been caught, turned in my direction.
I saw him yesterday at the swimming pool. 8. A. James wrote a new book last year. 5. ave you typed the report yet? Yes, I finished it half an hour ago. 6. Mary has known Steve for six years. B. When did they meet? 7. Have they ever played rugby? B. When they were at university together. Оцени! Оцени! Спасибо 47.
Lucy has been swimming for half an hour (you . WATCH OUT, YOU CAN’T SAY: I HAVE BEEN STARTING) 6. Mark is in the habit of forgetting his books. 16. The Tigers are likely to win the match. probably) The Tigers will probably win the match.
Lucy has been swimming for half an hour (you CANNOT say since half an hour BUT since yesterday/ last week/last Monday) 3. Dave has had this computer for three weeks. ago) Dave had/ got/ bought this computer three weeks ago. (AGO definite time in the past) 4. It’s 10:00 . and I’m about to write my fourth letter. This really irritates the teacher. always) Mark is always irritating the teacher by forgetting his books.
We go swimming at the swimming pool. The sentences above are correct. 7. We are swimming in the swimming pool? I think that when one is doing the activity one has to use the preposition in rather than the general at. I wonder what would happen if I replaced the preposition at with the preposition in. e swim in the swimming pool. e go swimming in the swimming pool.