more than one hour ⇒ 1時間以上
What are the three forms of the verb to meet?
The three forms of the verb to meet are meet-met-met.
When you meet your teacher in the street, what do you do?
When I meet my teacher in the street, I say "hello!".
Would you like to meet the queen of England?
Yes, I would like to meet the queen of England.
Have you ever met a famous person?
Yes, I have met a famous person.
Have your parents met any of your friends?
Yes, my parents have never met any of my friends.
If you come for your English lessons too early, what do you do?
If I come for my English lessons too early, I wait in the room.
Do you wait to the last minute to do things?
Yes, I sometimes wait to the last minute to do things.
How long will you have to wait for the next English lesson?
I will have to wait thirty hours for the next English lesson.
Do you like waiting?
No, I don’t like waiting.
When you have to wait for your parents for more than an hour, what do you do?
When I have to wait for my parents for more than an hour, I usually read a book.
Did you wait for anyone last week?
No, I didn't wait for someone last week.
Have you ever waited for your co-worker in the corridor of your office?
No, I haven't waited for my co-worker in the corridor of my office.
When you are hungry, do you wait for your mum to make you a sandwich or do you make one yourself?
When I’m hungry, I make a sandwich myself.
Do you always do your homework yourself?
Yes, I always do my homework myself.
Do you come to work yourself?
Yes, I come to work myself.
Do your parents pick you up after work or do you go back home yourself?
I go back home myself after work.
Have you ever picked up letters from a post office?
No, I haven’t picked up letters from a post office.