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2. I will be heading north in two hours.
3. We had been driving for four hours when we ran
out of gas.
4. I had been waiting for an hour when the attorney
5. By now they have been flying for three hours.
6. I have been thinking about renting an apartment.
7. Thanks for helping. I have been trying to find the
Smithsonian for an hour.
8. When he retires, he will have been working here
for fifty years. 13. When he arrives, he will have been traveling for
I have been thinking about you all day.
I had been cleaning the house when you arrived.
He had been washing clothes for an hour when I
Mary likes this place. She has been renting this
apartment for a year now. Chapter 19
Using “May” and “Might”
1. I don’t think she’ll study now, but she might
2. He was going to take the train, but now he might
take a car.
3. They were going to drive to New York, but now
they might drive to Washington.
4. Well, he won’t check your brakes,...
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- Winter '13
- English, ......, John B. Romeiser