1. Open the brackets. Put the verb into the right tense. 1. I hate living in Seattle because it (rain, always). 2. Everything (be) so different, and I (try) to adapt to the new way of life here. 3. When I (walk) into the busy office, the secretary (talk) on the phone with a customer, several clerks (work, busily) at their desks, and two managers (discuss, quietly) methods to improve customer service. 4. He (not to do) anything if you (not to tell) him to. 5. When the teacher (to come) into the classroom, all the pupils (to sit) at their desks. 6. When he (to see) you? - He (to see) me this week. 7. You (to find) your key which you (to lose) before? 8. The first time this man (to go) abroad (to be) three years ago. 9. When she (to enter) the room, her daughter (to draw) a picture. When she (to finish) drawing, she (to say). "Look! What a funny dog I just (to draw)! You (to like) it?" 10. Where you (go) this evening? I (not go) anywhere. I (stay) at home. I (write) some letters.