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Dri ve to work. 5 She .............. ........... have long hair. ~ I used to / would go swimming with my grandparents. I'm used to getting up early. 37 Time Clauses - Time Words Time Clauses Time Words ago - before The kids will go to school after they have breakfast. • We use the following time conjunctions to introduce time clauses. when , as, while, before, after, since, until/till, whenever, as long as, by the time, as soon as, the moment that, and then , etc • When the time clause precedes the main clause, a comma is used.

Spend every morning on the beach . I couldn't wake up early until I got a job. I got used .. .... .. up early after I got a job. When John came, it was raining heavily outside. •............................. rain outside when John came. What's the matter? You look really bored . What's the matter? You look .................... up. Animals were used for travel in the past. People .............. .. ............. travel on animals in the past. They had a terrible time at the party.

I ~ haven 't phoned Helen since April. 2 The last time we saw Henry was a week ago. We ............................... Henry for a week. 3 It's a month since he went to the cinema . He ...................... to the cinema for a month . 4 She wrote to Alison in September. She ...................... to Alison since September. Speaking Janet is on holiday in Budapest. Look at her notes and say what she has already done/ hasn't done yet. • visit the Royal Palace • take a boat trip down the Danube )I.

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