Lesson 109 A good idea
Lesson 110 How do they compare?
Lesson 111 The most expensive model
Lesson 112 How do they compare?
Lesson 113 Small changes
Lesson 114 I've got none.
Lesson 115 Knock, knock!
Lesson 116 Every, no, any and some
Lesson 117 Tommy's breakfast
Lesson 118 What were you doing?
Lesson 119 A true story
Lesson 120 It had already happened.
Lesson 121 The man in a hat
Lesson 122 Who (whom), which and that
Lesson 123 A trip to Australia
Lesson 124 (Who)/(whom), (which) and (that)
Lesson 125 Tea for two
Lesson 126 Have to and do not need to
Lesson 127 A famous actress
Lesson 128 He can't be ... He must be ...
Lesson 129 Seventy miles an hour
Lesson 130 He can't have been ... He must have been ...
Lesson 131 Don't be so sure!
Lesson 132 He may be ... He may have been ... I'm not sure.
Lesson 133 Sensational news!
Lesson 134 He said (that) he ... He told me (that) he ...
Lesson 135 The Latest report
Lesson 136 He said (that) he ... He told me (that) he ...
Lesson 137 A pleasant dream
Lesson 138 If ...
Lesson 139 Is that you, John?
Lesson 140 He wants to know if/why/what/when
Lesson 141 Sally's first train ride
Lesson 142 Someone invited Sally to a party. Sally was invited to a party.
Lesson 143 A walk through the woods
Lesson 144 He hasn't been served yet. He will be served soon.