Time expressions in English exercises

  • We arrived for the train in good time. = with time to spare
  • The situation seems to be changing minute by minute. = very rapidly
  • The weather was bad at first, but it cleared up in the end. = eventually
  • I think we've sorted out this problem once and for all. = for ever
  • Bob was leading the race, but all at once he fell over. = suddenly
  • We waited for ages, and in the end we left. = finally
  • I enjoy going swimming every now and again. = occasionally
  • He told me that he was leaving for good. = for ever
  • I believe we met on a previous occasion. = once before
  • Have you bee playing tennis recently? = lately
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