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Put the verb in brackets into the correct tense.


(see, -) — I you at the party last night. (leave) you before I came?

— Yes, I left rather early. (go) I to Paris tomorrow, so I have a busy day at work today. 

— (have) To Paris? Great! you some free time there?

— I hope I will. (make) Didier, a French friend of mine, already up a list of sights and entertainments for us.

— Glad for you! (wait) So, I for your return. Give me a call then.