Complete The Email By Putting The Verb In Brackets Into Either

Note: time phrases help to make the meaning clear and are usually associated with particular verb forms.

Note: time phrases help to make the meaning clear and are usually associated with particular verb forms.

Complete the email by putting the verb in brackets into either the present simple (I do), present continuous (I'm doing) or present perfect (I've done). The time phrases will help you. Use contractions where appropriate.

Every year around this time we <1> (interview) candidates for functions across the company. This week I <2l (plan) that process, so I ® (need)

an estimate of staffing needs from every department. In past years we <4l

(always/be able to) recruit the numbers asked for, but this year will be different At the moment we

(5) (operate) in a difficult market, and sales <6> (fall) ~

considerably over the last year. This w (mean) that we will have to reduce our staffing costs, although I <"> (hope) it will only be temporary.

Complete the email by putting the verb in brackets into either the present simple (I do), present perfect (I've done) or past simple (I did). The time phrases will help you. Use contractions where appropriate.

I(1) (just/receive) an email from our subsidiary in Russia. They

!2) (need) more brochures as they <3> (give out) their entire stock over the last few months. They <4> (have) a stand at the Moscow Trade Fair last week and <5> (distribute) hundreds of brochures. Now they <6> (want) us to send another 5,000 copies.

I (already/contact) Sales to see if they have any spare, but I

(8) (think) we'll need some more. Can you get a quotation from the printers?

Complete the email by putting the verb in brackets into either the present perfect (I've done), past simple (I did) or past continuous (I was doing). The time phrases will help you. Use contractions where appropriate.

Hi Isabel! Sorry I <1l (not/be) in touch recently. Hope you're well. Guess what! The other day I <2l (meet) Katia while I <3>, (wait) at the bus stop.

Remember her? That girl from Russia who <4l (be) in our English class last year. I

almost <5' (not/recognise) her because she <6> (wear)

sunglasses and she m (dye) her hair pink! Anyway, she said that she

(8) (go out) for a drink next Friday and she invited us. Do you want to come?

Complete the email by putting the verb in brackets into the present perfect (I've done) or the present perfect continuous (I've been doing). Use contractions where appropriate.

Are you there? I <1l (phone) all week and there's no answer! I couldn't email you because I(2) (wait) to get my computer fixed. What's your news?

(3l (you/find) a job yet? As for me, I <4l (decide) to get fit.

Yes, really! I !6> (diet), and I <6l (start) yoga classes as well. I w (go) for acouple of weeks now and I'm really enjoying it.

(8) (you/ever/do) yoga? Anyway, get in touch when you have a chance. ~~

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