Two friends

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Two friends

Two friends were camping together. Their names were Jim and Tim. Tim was
very lazy. The first evening of their holiday, Jim said to Tim, ‘Here’s some
money. Go and buy some meat.’
‘I’m too tired,’ answered Tim. ‘You go.’ So Jim went to buy the meat.
When he came back, he said to Tim, ‘Now, here’s the meat. Please cook it.’
But Tim answered, ‘No, I’m not good at cooking. You do it.’ So Jim cooked the
meat.
Then Jim said to Tim, ‘Cut the bread,’ but Tim answered, ‘I don’t want to,’
so Jim cut the bread.
Then he said to Tim, ‘Go and get some water, please.’
‘No, I don’t want to get my clothes dirty,’ Tim answered, so Jim got the
water.
At last Jim said, ‘The meal’s ready. Come and eat it.’
‘Well, I’ll do that,’ answered Tim. ‘I don’t like saying “No” all the time.’

Which of these sentences are true? 
1. Jim did all the work in this story.
2. Tim did all the work in this story.
3. Tim did not buy the meat because he did not have any money.
4. Tim did not buy the meat because he was tired.
5. Jim cooked the meat because Tim was not good at cooking.
6. Jim cooked the meat because Tim was a lazy boy.
7. Tim got his clothes dirty when he went to get some water.
8. Tim did not get his clothes dirty because he did not go to get the water.
9. Tim was not too tired to eat.
10. Tim was too tired to eat.

Grammar: Revision of Past Simple and Past Continuous tenses, regular and irregular verbs, Imperative sentences

 

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