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    Auxiliaries


     My computer's gone wrong!

     

    Complete the telephone conversation with auxiliary verbs. Use contractions where possible.

     

    D = Damian of Computer Helpline

    P = Phil Evans.






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    D : Good afternoon, Computer Helpline, Damian speaking. How I help you ? P : Oh, at last ! Hello, Damian. I got a real problem with my computer. It (not) working at all ! D : OK, OK. Tell me your name and your company name and describe what happened. P : My name's Phil Evans. I (not) work for a company, I'm self-employed. I work at home, and I trying to meet an important deadline at the moment. This morning I working away happily, when suddenly everything stopped and a message came up on the screen. The screen went blank. D : Ok Phil, (not) worry ! What the message say ? P : I can't remember exactly, because I (not) understand it, but I think it said something about 'not enough memory'. D : It's Ok, Phil. I think I know what the problem is. Tell me, Phil, you switched the computer off ? P : No, I (not). It's still on. D : Fine, Phil. Now exactly what I say. Go to your computer, OK ? you see a 'W' in the top right-hand corner ? Click on that 'W' with the mouse. What it say ? Can you read it to me ? P : There's a list of three things. First it says ...







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