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1. I ... e-mail messages from our business partners.

2. Mr. White ... a lot of friends in Russia.

3. They ... a new office in London.

4. Mrs. Dickson ... a son and a daughter.

5. We ... the latest catalogues and price-lists for computers.

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Emily has got a new car.

Emily has not got a new car.

Has Emily got a new car?

1. He has got a letter from the President of the British Company.

2. They have got offices in different cities.

3. We have got new computers in our office.

4. I have got many good friends.

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When do they have lunch?
Who (m) do you play tennis with?
Whatbooks does your son like to read?
How many apples does she eat a day?
Whose songs do you prefer to sing?

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Where is your cousin now?

How many mobile phones have you got?

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Who is the manager of Brown & Co? - Mr. Smith is. - I am.
Who has got a large house near London? - Mr. Brown has. - We have.
Who speaks English fluently? - My friend Boris does.
Who plays the piano? - My children do. - I do.
Whose bag is on the table? - Mine.
How many students leave for London? - Seven.

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What does he do on Sundays?
What do you do after your classes?

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Is your family big or small? - It is small.
Are you an economist or a lawyer? - I am a lawyer.
Does Tom speak German or French? - He speaks French.
Do they live in Londonor in Brighton? - They live in Brighton.

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He has not gota car, has he? ?

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1. I usually come / comes to the office at 9.00.

2. Ann and Pete often go / goes out for lunch.

3. John start / starts work at 10 and finish / finishes at 6.

4. I work / works for a trade company.

5. Mr. Brown go / goes on business to different countries.

6. Our manager often meet / meets customers.

7. Mary live / lives in a new flat.




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