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Write the two sentences as one. Use when and the past perfect in either the first or the second part of the sentence.
► I took the book back to the library. I read it.
I took the book back to the library when I’d read it.
► The students did the experiment. They wrote a report on it.
When the students had done the experiment, they wrote a report on it.
1- Nick saved enough money. He bought a motor bike.
2- Mark put all the dishes away. He dried them.
3- I looked both ways. I pulled out into the road.
4- The golfers went into the clubhouse. They played the last hole.
Daniel is telling the story of how he forgot his passport. Put the verbs into the correct form.
It happened (it / happen) last August at the airport. A few weeks before, a group of us (decide) to go to Greece together for a holiday. (we / wait) in the queue at passport control when suddenly (I / realize) that (I / forget) my passport. (it / be) quite a shock. (I / hurry) to a phone and (ring) my parents. (they / work) in the garden, but luckily my mother (hear) the phone. (they / find) the passport and immediately (drive) to the airport with it. (I / meet) them at the information desk. (we / have) no time to talk, but (I / say) goodbye to them earlier that morning. (I / run) all the way to the plane. I was just in time. When (I / get) there, the passengers (sit) in their seats ready for take-off. When (they / see) me, everyone (start) clapping.