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One of the biggest problems with holidays, apart fr om the usual travel complications and accommodation difficulties, is the expectations people have of them. When we go on holiday we expect to leave all the stresses and strains of our daily lives behind us. We imagine we will be able to escape to such a degree that we even tend to believe that we can leave our own personalities behind and become completely different people. The average business-person, tense, short-tempered, unable to relax, envisages herself/ himself becoming, from the moment of locking the office door, a radically different sort of person: carefree, good-humoured and ready to relax. In practice, we take ourselves with us wh erever we go. It is no wonder so many holidays are a dissappointment, no matter how smoothy they go or how lovely the weather is. In fact, the innumerable problems that build up during the average holiday are probably a welcome change from the feeling that we are not enjoing ourselves so much as we should.

II. , Perfect Perfect Continuos.

1. I have been doing a Nursery Teacher's course this year.

2. He was a very careful driver. He had never had an accident.

3. I have come here for holidays since I was a child.

4. I am dreadfully tired. I have been doing an exam all morning.

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1. For the past six months I work | am working | have been working | had been working | in a department store..

2. I speak French and English fluently and I learn | am learning | will be learning | have been learning | German since I left school, so I speak some German too.

3. He forgets | will forget | has forgotten | his map. We'll have to go back for it.

IV. Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous. .

1. I (be) to the country for weeks.

2. My hands are dirty. I (repair) the car.

3. It's nice to see you again. What (do) you since we last met?

4. How long you (read) that book?

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