You might be so tired that's why you couldn't easily construct a sentence.
That's okay! Let's make it better next time.
gradually ⇒ 徐々に
drainage ⇒ 排水
tributaries ⇒ 支流
ecosystems ⇒ 生態系
organisms ⇒ 生物
What are the three forms of the verb to come?
The three forms of the verb to come are come-came-come.
Have you ever come to the train station too late?
Yes, I have sometimes come to the train station too late.
Have you just come to school?
Yes, I have just come to school.
What do people do when they wait for the train?
When people wait for the train, they usually use their mobile phone.
Have you ever had to wait to buy a train ticket at the station?
Yes, I have sometimes had to wait to buy a train ticket at the station.
There were a lot of people who wanted to buy a ticket.
Why did pirates use codes in their maps?
Because they didn't want anyone to find their treasure.
Do any people use codes nowadays?
Yes, some people use codes nowadays.
Do you ever send massages to your friends in code?
No, I don't send massages to my friends in code.
Have you ever had a secret you didn't want to tell your parents about?
Yes, I have had a secret I didn't want to tell my parents about.
Do you think a good spy should be able to break every code?
Yes, I think a good spy should be able to break every code.
Would you like the job of a spy or a secret agent?
No, I wouldn’t like the job of a spy or a secret agent.
What was the name of secret agent 007?
The name of secret agent 007 was James Bond.
Can a spy talk about his work with other people?
No, a spy can't talk about his work with other people.
Is the life of a secret agent safe?
No, the life of a secret agent isn't safe, but it's very dangerous.
If I wanted to tell you a secret, would I say it in a loud voice?
No, if you wanted to tell me a secret, you wouldn’t say it in a loud voice, but you would whisper.
Would you be able to hear people whispering in the other room?
No, I wouldn’t be able to hear people whispering in the other room.
What are the three forms of the verb to tell?
The three forms of the verb to tell are tell-told-told.
Do you always tell the truth?
No, I don’t always tell the truth.
If I told you I was a spy, would you believe me?
No, if you told me you were a spy, I wouldn’t believe you.
Has anybody ever told you a secret?
Yes, somebody has told me a secret.
Have your classmates ever told you about their winter holidays?
Yes, my classmates have sometimes told me about their winter holidays.
Have you always told your parents about your problems?
Yes, I have always told my parents about my problems.