Use the right form of the verbs in brackets It snow again. It be gorgeous. Just like a fairyland. All white. And the snow glisten in the sun. But the

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 Use the right form of the verbs in brackets 
It (snow) again. It (be) gorgeous. Just like a fairyland. All white. And the snow (glisten) in the 
sun. But the snow flakes (be) light, and as I (glance) out the window, I (notice) that they (melt) 
the moment they (hit) the pavement so it (can) not be the weather which (make) Andrew late 
getting home. "I think the traffic and the snow (hold) him up," Sarah said. "If it (snow) in 
Connecticut, it (can)(slow) Andrew down, and everyone else who (come) back to the city on 
Sunday night. There , (be) probably a backup of cars." "That's true, yes," I 155 
(say), seizing on this possibility, wanting to ease worry. But the fact (be), Andrew was never 
late, and that was what (trouble) me now. Sarah (know) it as well as I (do), but neither of us 
(voice) this thought at the moment. 

  • It is snowing again. It is gorgeous. Just like a fairyland. All white. And the snow is glistening in the 
    sun. But the snow flakes are light, and as I glanced out the window, I have noticed that they melt 
    the moment they hited the pavement so it could not be the weather which makes Andrew late 
    getting home. "I think the traffic and the snow will hold  him up," Sarah said. "If it is snowing  in 
    Connecticut, it  can slow Andrew down, and everyone else who will come back to the city on 
    Sunday night. There , is probably a backup of cars." "That's true, yes," I 155 
    said, seizing on this possibility, wanting to ease worry. But the fact is, Andrew was never 
    late, and that was what troubled me now. Sarah knew it as well as I was, but neither of us 
    voiced this thought at the moment. 



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