I am in the middle of doing the celta test and just wanted some clarification that I am going along the right lines. Any help is much appreciated.
A: Where are you from?
B: Iím coming from Egypt.
I come from Egypt
Used to describe a general fact
Is that corrrect ?
How are things? I didnít see you for ages.
How are things ? I havenít seen you in ages
The verb to be is negative
Also have I got these right
Would you like a whisky?
I wish I hadnít missed that train!An offer
You really ought to see a doctor.
Do you mind if I open the window?
Could you pass me the salt?
Letís have a drink.
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