1. What you (to learn) for today? — I (to be) sorry, I (not to prepare) my lesson. I (to be) ill yesterday and (not to know) what to do. I (to pre¬pare) my lesson tomorrow. 2. Mike always (to do) his homework in the evening, but today he (to begin) doing it as soon as he comes from school. 3. Autumn (to come). It (to be) November now. It (to get) colder, the days (to get) shorter. It often (to rain). Soon it (to be) very cold. 4. We (to have) a good time last summer there. 5. You (to go) for a walk with me? — I (to be) sorry, I can't. I (to do) my homework. I (not yet to write) the English exercise. I (to want) to go for a walk very much, because I (not to go) for a walk yesterday. 6. Don't go to Nick's place now, he (to work). He (to finish) his homework at seven o'clock. 7. Pete (to go) to the cinema? — Yes, I (to think) so. He usually (to play) in the yard at this time, and now he (not to be) there.