We all the way home. Ken was free on Monday afternoon. Are you writing a dictation now? I was able to buy the car only because Jim tent me the money. For the past we use may have done or might have done: It would be useful if you could.
Last night Don became ill suddenly.
He seldom travels now. He recognized me at once though I was wearing big dark glasses because my eyes were aching. I wait until you be ready.
Why were you late yesterday?