When granny (to read) a book on the sofa, she (to fall) asleep. When I (to play) in the park, i suddenly (to see) my old friend. When Nick (to run) about in the park, he (to fall). The girl (to cook) dinner when the lights (to go) out. She (to burn) herself. The boy (to hurt) himself while he (to skate). When the woman (to enter) the room, the children (to feed) the goldfish. When I (to visit) my friends in Denmark, i (to buy) two presents for my family.
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When I (to get) up, my mother and father (to drink) tea. When I (to come) to my friend's place, he (to watch). When I (to see) my friends, they (to play) football. When I (to open) the. When I (to go) to school, i and (to meet) my friend. When we (to go) to the cinema, we (to meet) grandmother. When grandmother (to go) home, she (to see) many children for in the park. When Henry (to walk) about in the forest, he (to find) a bear cub. When we (to walk) about in the forest, we (to see) a hare. When I (to clean) the floor, i (to find) my old toy under the sofa.
What he (to do) yesterday? — he (to read) a book. What he (to do) the whole evening yesterday? She (to sleep) when you came home? When I (to come) home, my little sister (to sleep). When Nick (to come) home, his brother (to play) with his toys. When mother (to come) home, i (to do) my homework. When father (to come) home, pete (to sleep). When mother (to come) home, the children (to play) on the carpet.database
We (to wash) the floor in our flat yesterday. We (to wash) the floor in our flat from three till four plan yesterday. You (to do) your homework yesterday? You (to do) your homework from eight till ten yesterday? Why she (to sleep) at seven o'clock yesterday? He (to sit) at the table the whole evening yesterday. What Nick (to do) when you came statement to his place? What you (to do) when I rang you up? I (not to sleep) at nine o'clock yesterday.
He (to play) computer games from two till three yesterday. We (to play) computer games the whole evening yesterday. My brother (not to play) tennis yesterday. He (to play) tennis the day before yesterday. My sister (not to play) the piano at four o'clock yesterday. She (to play) the piano the whole evening. When I came into the kitchen, mother (to cook). She (to cook) the whole day yesterday.
You must do your homework now he said
After school phd I (to tell) this story at home. My father and mother (to like) it very much. When we were in the country nursery last summer, i (to go) to the wood one day. In the wood I (to find) a little fox cub. I (to bring) it home. I (to decide) to tame the cub.
Every day i (to feed) it and (to take) care. I (to tame) it the whole summer. Now the fox cub is quite tame. It lives in my house. I (to play) computer games yesterday. I (to play) computer games at five o'clock yesterday.
I (to do) my homework yesterday. I (to do) my homework from five till eight yesterday. I (to do) my homework at six o'clock yesterday. I (not to play) the piano yesterday. I (to write) a letter to my friend.
I (not to play) the piano at four o'clock yesterday. I (to read) a book. He (not to sleep) when father came home. He (to do) his homework. When I (to go) to school the day before yesterday, i met mike and Pete. They (to talk) and (to laugh). They told me a funny story. Soon I (to laugh too. I still (to laugh) when we came to school.
Did you do your homework yet?
What your father (to do) from eight till nine yesterday? Why she write (to cry) now? Why she (to cry) when I saw her yesterday? I (to go) to the cinema yesterday. I (to go) to the cinema at four o'clock yesterday. I (to go) to the cinema when you met. I (to do) my homework the whole evening yesterday. I (to do) my homework when mother came home.
My sister is fond of reading. She (to read) the whole evening yesterday, and now she (to read) again. My cat (to play) with a ball. When I went out into the garden, the sun (to shine) and birds (to sing) in the trees. You (to eat) ice cream quality now? You (to eat) ice cream when I rang you up yesterday? What your father (to do) now?
school. What you (to do) now? — i (to drink) tea. You (to drink) tea at this time yesterday? — no, i (not to drink) tea at this time yesterday, i (to eat) a banana.
Full Definitions of presentation coherent 1 adj marked by an orderly, logical, and aesthetically consistent relation of parts a coherent argument, synonyms: consistent, logical, ordered seamless perfectly consistent and coherent logical capable of or reflecting the capability for correct and valid reasoning rational consistent with. Antonyms: incoherent without logical or meaningful connection confused, disconnected, disjointed, disordered, garbled, illogical, scattered, unconnected lacking orderly continuity fuzzy confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out illogical, unlogical lacking in correct logical relation irrational not consistent with or using reason show more antonyms. Adj (physics) of waves having a constant phase relation Antonyms: incoherent (physics) of waves having no stable definite or stable phase relation adj capable of thinking and expressing yourself in a clear and consistent manner she was more coherent than she had been just after. Past Continuous Tense (Past Progressive tense). Yes, i was, yes, he was. I (to write) an English exercise now. I (to write) an English exercise at this time yesterday. My little sister (to sleep) now. 4 my little sister (to sleep) at this time yesterday.
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Something coherent is logical and clear. "I told you if you didn't do your homework you couldn't watch. You didn't do your homework so you can't watch." This is a coherent argument (and annoying as well). The thing about such coherent arguments, as your Mom well knows, is that they are also easily and clearly understood. If someone speaks coherently, they are speaking clearly and lucidly. A slight variation on the meaning comes in the sense of something that is united clearly as a whole and a recognizable entity. You might say, for example, that New York statement city is a "culturally coherent region" within the United States.