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Complete the conversations. Put in the words and use a/an or the if you need to.
► Rachel: Is it the pop festival on Friday (Friday)?
Vicky: I think it’s the Friday (Friday) after that.
1- Henry: Will you be in America for (Thanksgiving)?
Claire: Oh no. That’s in (November), isn’t it?
2- Nick: Are you doing anything at (weekend)?
Tom: Well, I’m going to the match on (Saturday), of course.
3- Ilona: Does it snow here at (Christmas)?
Emma: Not often. We haven’t had (white Christmas) for years.
4- Nick: How long have you lived here?
Harriet: We came here in (summer) of (1997).
5- Laura: I’d like to look round the castle in (afternoon).
Trevor: Well, it’s just a ruin. The building dates from (year) 900.
6- Mark: I like driving at (night) when the roads are quiet.
Trevor: Oh, I don’t like driving in (dark). I’d much rather travel during (day).
Laura is talking about the food she and Trevor had on holiday.
Put in the words and use a/an or the if you need to.
The meals (meals) we had weren’t very good. We had (breakfast) in the hotel, and that wasn’t too bad. We usually went out for (lunch) because (lunch) they served in the hotel was always the same. And (dinner) we had at the hotel on our first evening was pretty awful, so we tried a few restaurants. On our last evening we had (marvellous meal) in a Chinese restaurant. I wish we’d discovered the place a bit sooner.
Put in the words. Decide if you need to use the.
Claire: Hello, Henry. Come in.
Henry: Oh, sorry. You’re having lunch (lunch).
Claire: No, this is (breakfast). I had a late night. It was long after (midnight) when I got in.
Henry: Someone told me you’re going away after (Christmas).
Claire: Yes, I’m going to the Seychelles on (Wednesday).
Henry: What a life you lead, Claire. What time do you leave for the airport?
Claire: Oh, in (morning) some time. About ten. It’s cheaper to fly at (night), but I decided it would be easier during (day).
Henry: I can drive you to the airport. I’m usually free on (Wednesday) mornings. I’d like to see you off.
Claire: That’s sweet of you Henry, but I can take a taxi.
Henry: I’ll just check in my diary that it isn’t (Wednesday) of our next board meeting. No, it’s OK. I can do it. And when will you be back?
Claire: At the beginning of (February). The second, I think.