ср, 03/28/2018 - 17:51 Марина

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  1. Choose the correct form of the verb to complete the sentence.
    1. Last night I was very surprised to see Molly and Bill at our birthday party. I think they just simply crash / crashed the party.
    2. If you’re looking for a place to stay, feel free crash / to crash at my house for as long as you need.
    3. Where is John? I think he crashes / will crash with Tim tonight.
    4. I have never crashed / never crashed at somebody’s place.
    5. I feel so exhausted that I’m going to crash / crashing super early today.
  2. Answer the questions talking about your experience.
    1. Have you ever crashed the party? Whose party was it?
    2. Have you ever had to crash with someone? Why did you do that?
    3. Have you ever gone to crash at 8pm? What was the reason for that?