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Mrs Hay__________(drive) along a small country road when she ___________(see) a man at the side of the road. He ___________Emotion: wave and pointing at his car. Mrs Hay ______________(stop) and ________(ask) the man if he was all right.

'My car's broken down,' said the man.

'Where do you want _______(go)?' asked Mrs Hay.

',' replied the man.

'Well, i _______(not go) to , but i ________(give) you a lift to the station, if you like.' on the way to the station they chatted.

'____________ you __________(work) in ?' asked Mrs Hay.

'No, I don't. I ___________(run) my own business in . But today I __________(have) lunch with a friend in - we always ___________(have) lunch together on Fridays. I promised ________(meet) her at one o'clock.'

'There's a train at 11.30. I don't think you _________(be) late for your appointment.' When they arrived at the station, a train _________(stand) at the platform.

'That's your train,' said Mrs Hay.

'You __________(catch) it if you're quick.' After the man __________(get out) of the car, Mrs Hay ____________(drove away). A few minutes later she realized that she ___________(make) a mistake: it was the wrong train. She went back to the station, but the train wasn't there: it __________ already ___________(leave)! She went into the station and asked at the information desk where the train was going. ',' the information clerk told her.

'Where does it stop next?' asked Mrs Hay.

'It's the express service,' the clerk told her.

'It doesn't stop until it gets to .'
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Mrs Haydrive__________(drive) along a small country road when she ______see_____(see) a man at the side of the road. He _____wave______Emotion: wave and pointing at his car. Mrs Hay _____stoped_________(stop) and ___ask_____(ask) the man if he was all right.

'My car's broken down,' said the man.

'Where do you want __(go)?' asked Mrs Hay.

'London,' replied the man.

'Well, i dont go_(not go) to London, but i _give(give) you a lift to the station, if you like.' on the way to the station they chatted.

'__ you __(work) in London?' asked Mrs Hay.

'No, I don't. I _(run) my own business in Oxford. But today I _(have) lunch with a friend in London - we always _(have) lunch together on Fridays. I promised _(meet) her at one o'clock.'

'There's a train at 11.30. I don't think you _________(be) late for your appointment.' When they arrived at the station, a train _________(stand) at the platform.

'That's your train,' said Mrs Hay.

'You _(catch) it if you're quick.' After the man __(get out) of the car, Mrs Hay __(drove away). A few minutes later she realized that she __(make) a mistake: it was the wrong train. She went back to the station, but the train wasn't there: it __ already _(leave)! She went into the station and asked at the information desk where the train was going. 'Edinburgh,' the information clerk told her.

'Where does it stop next?' asked Mrs Hay.

'It's the express service,' the clerk told her.

'It doesn't stop until it gets to Edinburgh.'
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Mrs Hay was driving along a small country road when she saw a man at the side of the road. He was waving and pointing at his car. Mrs Hay stopped and asked the man if he was all right. "My car is broken down, "said the man
"Where do you want to go " asked Mrs Hay
"London" replied the man.
"Well, I'm not going to London, but I will give you a lift to the station, if you like"
On the way to the station they chatted.
"Do you work in London ?" asked Mrs Hay
"No, I don't. I run my own business in Oxford. But today I have lunch with a friend in London- we always have lunch together on Fridays.
I promised to meet her at one o'clock."
"There is a train at 11.30. I dont think you will be late for your appointment."
When they arrived at the station, a train stands at the platform.
"That's your train" said Mrs Hay, "You will catch it if you are quick".
After the man got out of the car, Mrs Hay drove away.
A few minutes later she realized that she made a mistake : it was the wrong train. She went back to the station, but the train wasn't there : it had already left !