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i have to transforme the sentences

1) I haven't spoken to Jake for a week now
It's a week since I've last spoken to Jake
2) First he cleaned his flat. Then he invited some friends to a drink.
He had cleaed his flat and invited some friends to a drink
3) Jane was in a hurry and she left all the important documents at home.
If Jane wasn't in such a hurry she would'nt have left all the important documents at home.
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1) I haven't spoken to Jake for a week now.
It has been a week since I last spoke to Jake.

2) First he cleaned his flat. Then he invited some friends for a drink.
After cleaning his flat, he invited some friends for a drink.

3) Jane was in a hurry and she left all the important documents at home.
If Jane hadn't been in such a hurry, she wouldn't have left all the important documents at home.
Thanks but in 1 and 2 i have the beginning, it's :
1) It's a week since ...
2) He had ...
I have to make sentence with these begginings !!
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OK, then try again—your originals are not correct in the places I have indicated ('It's a week' is informal but acceptable.)
It 's a week since I last spoke to Jake
He had cleaned his flat , then invited some friends to a drink. ?
The first is OK.

The second does not provide a reason for using past perfect.
He had cleaned his flat when he invited some friends for a drink
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I have a couple more
1) I wish i had more free time for going to the gym more regulartly.
If I had more free time I would've be going to the gym more often.
2) Marian could play the piano beautifully when she was 7
Marian was capable of playing the piano beautifully when she was 7
3) Do they steele produce the VW Beetle in Germany ?
Is the VW Beetle still being produced in Germany.
4) The burglar was rammaging the house so noisily that the owners woke up and called the police.
So noisily the burglar had rummed the house that the owners woke up and called the police.
5) 'If i were you, I would go there immediately ', Mary said.
Mary suggested that i should go there immediately.
6) 'Do you still visit the theatre so often as in the past?' the journalist asked Ms Swaine
The journalist wanted to know if Ms Swaine still visits the theatre so often.
7) I don't know anyone who plays the quitar better than Jo.
Jo is the best quitar player I know.

Every sentence MUST start that way.
gosho djackI have a couple more
'A couple' is two or three, not seven.
gosho djackEvery sentence MUST start that way.
Which way? The first word? The first two words?
1) If I ...
2) Marian was capable ...
3) Is ...
4) So noisily
5)Mary suggested
6) The journalist wanted to know ...
7) Jo is ...
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