TALE OF TWO PATIENTS: Suggested Corrections

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who HAD BEEN room-mates ever since they WERE STUDYING / HAD STUDIED LANDSCAPING together in university, DECIDED that they HAD HAD enough of life together, and so they CHOSE a doctor from the yellow pages and TRIED TO MAKE two appointments with him for the same day.  They BELIEVED that this  WAS / WOULD BE like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there WOULD / COULD  NOT BE much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them WOULD SURELY DIE if they both WENT.  For some time, both HAD BEEN THINKING / BOTH HAD THOUGHT of trying something like this, so that at least one of them WOULD HAVE a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice WOULD BE completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability MAY HAVE BEEN rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they STILL HAD TO PAY BACK their student loans, so they WERE NOT ABLE TO / COULDN’T go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they WOULD HAVE an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" WAS SITTING in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He HAD BEEN READING  it for about five minutes when he BEGAN TO REALIZE that since he HAD ENTERED the room, he HAD BEEN FEELING a bit nauseous, and that he WAS FEELING sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient...


Suggested corrections.

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably SHOULD GO  back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why WOULD / SHOULD WE HAVE TO DO that?  CAN’T WE rebuild it?

Alex:   But of course, the University IS REBUILDING it in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction STARTS / WILL START on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance MUST HAVE ARRANGED THIS!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it COULDN’T HAVE BEEN any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas ARE ABOUT TO EXPIRE.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You MUST HAVE FORGOTTEN to take your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you COULDN’T / MUSTN’T HAVE BEEN USING all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me WON’T HELP anything! CAN’T YOU just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely have to go home, since the laboratory IS GOING TO BE REBUILT.

Alex:   Quite simply because there WON’T BE time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory IS NOT COMPLETED on schedule.
Beaulieu

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) might go back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) we should do that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) Can’t we rebuild it ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT)is about to rebuild it in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) starts on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) might have arranged this !

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) isn’t any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) are about to expire.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) must have forgotten your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) must not have used all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) will not help anything! (YOU, NOT) Can’t you just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely must go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) is being rebuilt.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) will not be time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) isn’t completed on schedule.

 

 

Beaulieu

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) were room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) studied landscaping together in university, (DECIDE) decided that they (HAVE) had enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) had chosen a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) tried to make two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) believed that this (BE) was like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) couldn’t be  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) certainly died if they both (GO) went.  For some time, both (THINK) were thinking of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) will have a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) was completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) might was rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) still should had been paying back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) couldn’t go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they [HAVE] had an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) was sitting in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) was reading it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) began to realize that since he (ENTER) had entered the room, he (FEEL) felt a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) had felt sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient... (YOU COMPLETE THIS STORY!)

he was thinking that he was the one who was about to die. But when his old friend came out of the doctor’s room, he fell on the floor vomiting all his HIGHLY TOXIChighly-toxicity chilli sandwich. His old friend was freaking out and WHO?he ran outside of the hospital yelling : “YES ! YES ! YESSSSSSS! I’M FREE”. But, he DIDN’T LOOKnever looked where he was going and suddenly, he WAS HIThad been hit by a red Ferrari and died. After IS THERE SUPPOSED TO BE A COMMA HERE? NOTE MEANING CHANGE! the doctor gave some pills to the old fellow, WHO? THE DOCTOR?he went outside and realized that he was the survivor of this irrational plan.


Blouin

 

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) ___will_have to go ___________ back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) ____will we have to do _________________ that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) ___are we going to rebuild____________ ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) _____must be rebuild it_______________ in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) ___are going to be started__________________ on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) ___will arrange thin___________________!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) ______could not be________________ any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) ________will expire______.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) ____could forget to take____________________ your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) ______could not use_______________ all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) ______is not going to help___________________ anything! (YOU, NOT) _You could not _____________________ just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely __must ____________________ go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) _______________is going to be rebuilt_______.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) _won’t be_________________________ time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) _________________will not be completed__ on schedule.

 

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) __were__________ room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) __studied landscaping__________ together in university, (DECIDE) ____having decided________ that they (HAVE) _____had_______ enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) ___choosed_________ a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) ______tried to make______ two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) _________believed___ that this (BE) __was__________ like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) ________might not were____  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) _____will certainly die_______ if they both (GO) ___were gone_________.  For some time, both (THINK) ____thought________ of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) __had__________ a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) _____was_______ completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) __could be__________ rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) ____could still paid________ back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) _________could not___ go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE _______had_____ an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) ____was sitting________ in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) ______red______ it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) __began realizing__________ that since he (ENTER) _______was entering _____ the room, he (FEEL) __________felt__ a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) ___felt_________ sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient... (YOU COMPLETE THIS STORY!)

 

 

After that, he entered in the world famous STRANGE MEANING(room of the office), called the room of the “terror squad”. Once inside, THIS IS A BIT DIFFICULT TO VISUALIZE!he saw everybody who was sitting at the entrance. The worst side of the story was when he saw all the NUhead that had been WCcaught BY… the doctor and his disciples (named the H.S.C: head shrinking squad). After meeting these guys, THEY GAVE HIM AN EXCELLENT TREATMENThe had a real good treatment by them, an 1980’S SLANGawesome head shrinking job!!!


Bois

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) should go  back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) should we do that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) Can we rebuild it ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) is going to rebuild it  in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) will start on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) must have arranged this !

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) can’t be any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) are about to expire.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) must forget to take your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) must not use  all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) is not going to help  anything! (YOU, NOT) Couldn’t you just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely have to go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) will be rebuilt.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) will be not  time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) is not completed  on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) were  room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) have been studying landscaping together in university, (DECIDE) decided that they (HAVE) had had  enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) chose  a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) tried to make two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) believed that this (BE) was like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) must not be much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) was certainly going to die  if they both (GO) went.  For some time, both (THINK) had thought of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) could have a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) was completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) should be rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) still had to pay back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) can’t  go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they would have an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) sat in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) was reading it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) began to realize that since he (ENTER) entered the room, he (FEEL) had felt  a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) felt sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient, the first “patient” began to feel very bad and, in A  few seconds, he fell on the floor, SP! inconscious! The doctor immediately took his blood pressure and realized that he was dead. So, we can say that the initial plan of the two friends had finally succeeded! HMM…

 


Chenaoui

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) ___going  back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) do we have to do that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) can’t we rebuild it?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) _will rebuild it in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) may start on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) must have arranged this!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) couldn’t have been any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) are about to expire.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) must have forgotten to take your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) must not use all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) can’t help anything! (YOU, NOT) can’t you just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely have to go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) is going to be rebuild.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) won’t be time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) is not completed on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) were room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) had been studying landscaping together in university, (DECIDE) decided that they (HAVE) had enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE)chose a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) tried to make two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) had believed that this (BE) was like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) it may not have been much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) will certainly die if they both (GO) went.  For some time, both (THINK) thought of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) will have a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) was completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) could have been rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) must still pay back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) had to go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE will have an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) was sitting in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) was reading it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) began to realize that since he (ENTER) had entered the room, he (FEEL) felt a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) had been feeling sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient. >>> (THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE SENTENCE! YOU WERE SUPPOSED TO CONTINUE AND COMPLETE IT!)  The doctor asked him to COME IN HIS OFFICE go in the office but he run away and went to see his friend. He told him that he HAD JUST read an article in NO ARTICLE HEREthe PUT THIS IN QUOTES TO SHOW THAT IT IS A TITLEUFO’s today about the percentage of dying SP?NU??solider. Then he FRENCH CT(suggested to his friend to join THE Army) because dying in war is more NONSENSICAL WF!!honorific than being killed by a doctor.


Dufour

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) SHOULD GO back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) WE HAVE TO DO that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) WE HAVE TO REBUILD IT ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) WILL REBUILD IT in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) MAY START on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) MAY HAVE ARRANGED THIS!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) CAN’T BE any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) IS ABOUT TO EXPIRE.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) MIGHT HAVE FORGOT TO TAKE your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) MUST NOT all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) WON’T HELP anything! (YOU, NOT) YOU SHOULDN’T just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely MUST go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) HAVE TO BE REBUILD.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) WONT’T BE time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) CAN’T BE COMPLETED on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) HAVE BEEN room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) WERE STUDYING LANDSCAPING together in university, (DECIDE) DECIDED that they (HAVE) HAVE HAD enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) CHOSE a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) TRIED TO MAKE two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) BELIEVED that this (BE) WAS like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) MIGHT NOT BE much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) WILL CERTAINLY DIE if they both (GO) GO.  For some time, both (THINK) WERE THINKING of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) WILL HAVE a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) IS GOING TO BE completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) MAY BE rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) MUST STILL PAY back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) CAN’T go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE COULD HAVE an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) WAS SITTING in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) HAVE READ it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) BEGAN TO REALIZE that since he (ENTER) ENTERED the room, he (FEEL) WAS FEELING a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) FEELS sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient... (YOU COMPLETE THIS STORY!)  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient, he NS!felt on the floor and began TO HAVE a fit which CO!seems to BE an epileptic fit. All the nurses and the doctor ran THIS PREPOSITION GIVES THE WRONG MEANING!!at him. They brought him INTOin the operation area. If the doctor HAD NOT BEENwas not so strong, he would not HAVE BEENbe able to control the NONSENSICAL WF!moves of his new patient. A few minutes later, the patient’s skin turned green. He HADwas become (OR: ‘TURNED INTO’) an alien and he COgoes TOon another planet. As he wished, he will have a few years of peace.


Dupont

 Alex:  Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) have to go back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) we should do that that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) we can rebuild it  ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) he’s going to rebuild it in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) will start on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) must have arranged this !

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) can’t be any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE)is going to expire.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) may have forgot to take your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) might not use all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) doesn’t help anything! (YOU, NOT) You can’t just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely should go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) will be rebuilt.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) can’t be time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) will not be completed on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) were room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) had studied landscaping together in university, (DECIDE) decided that they (HAVE) will have enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) chose a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) tried to make two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) believe that this (BE) is like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) may not are  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) certainly dies if they both (GO) go.  For some time, both (THINK) think of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) has a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) is completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) must be rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) should still pay back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) can’t go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE had an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) sat in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) read it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) began to realize that since he (ENTER) enters the room, he (FEEL) feels a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) feels sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient... (YOU COMPLETE THIS STORY!) the “patient” started to vomit so much that all THE   SP!others patients in the waiting room COrun out. Shocked PU! the doctor,PU! tried to reach him and bring him into his office. Terrified, the young man tried to escape from the doctor and slid AND SLIPPED! on his own vomit. So, STRANGE CT AND MEANING(from a FC?simple appointment, the student had to undergo NO ARTICLE HERE!a surgery) for a broken arm. Mathematically, THISit COtriples his NUchance VF!to die!

 

Forest

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) should go back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) do we have to do that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) can’t we rebuild it ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) will rebuild in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) is going to start on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) have to arrange this!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) it can’t be any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) are about to expire.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) must have forgot to take your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) must not have used all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) isn’t going to help anything! (YOU, NOT) can’t you just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely have to go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) is going to be rebuild.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) won’t be time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) isn’t completed on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) were room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) had studied together in university, (DECIDE) decided that they (HAVE) had enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) had choose a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) had tried to make two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) were believing that this (BE) is going to be like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) couldn’t be  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) would certainly die if they both (GO) will go.  For some time, both (THINK) thought of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) is about to have a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) is going be completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) have to be rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) still may pay back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) couldn’t  go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE will have an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) had sat in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) red it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) had began to realize that since he (ENTER) had entered the room, he (FEEL) had felt a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) had felt sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient... (YOU COMPLETE THIS STORY!) The one who NUwere in the waiting room COhad stood up for his visit. As soon as he COwas stand he NS!!felt. The doctor ran THIS PREPOSITION GIVES THE WRONG MEANING!at him and confirmed that CF!effectively he was dead.  FRENCH CT(It’s later…) with the USE OTHER POSSESSIVE CT(WF!diagnostic of the coroner) that his friend COhad learned that the AVOID THIS WORDguy had tried to kill himself with three complete box of vitamins VITAMINES COME IN BOXES? for ‘the love of his precious friend’.


Fournier

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) _should go__back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) __should we do_ that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) _Must we rebuild it_ ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) __will rebuild it__ in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) _may start_ on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) __must have arranged this_!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) __can’t be_ any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) _are going to expire_.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) _must have forgotten to take_ your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) _must not use_ all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) _won’t help_ anything! (YOU, NOT) _Can’t you_ just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely __should_ go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) __will be rebuilt__.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) ___won’t be _ time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) __isn’t be completed_ on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) __have been_ room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) __studied landscaping_ together in university, (DECIDE) _decided_ that they (HAVE) _had_ enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) __chose_ a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) _tried to make__ two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) _believed__ that this (BE) will be_ like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) _may not be_  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) _will certainly die_ if they both (GO) _go_.  For some time, both (THINK) _thought__ of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) _will have__ a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) _has to be__ completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) may be__ rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) _had to still pay_ back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) _musn’t_ go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE _would have_ an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) _was sitting_ in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) _had read_ it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) _began to realize__ that since he (ENTER) _entered_ the room, he (FEEL) was feeling_ a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) _was feeling_ sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient...

he vomited on the floor. Instead of TAKINGtake care of him, the doctor yelled at him FOR VOMITINGto have vomit on his floor. IT WASIt’s the DOCTOR’Sdoctor assistant who decided to give him something to help him to feel better. But she made a mistake, AND GAVE HIM…she gave him a pill for stomach problems. So, the man vomited more and more and the doctor became ANGRIER AND ANGRIERmore and more angry. After four or five minutes, the “patient” began to throw up blood. The crazy doctor didn’t know how to stop that and so, he put PUT A SCARF OVER HIS MOUTH…on his mouth a scarf and attached it at the back of his head. The man continued to throw up and wasn’t able to breathe anymore. He died after two minutes. When he learned that, the other man thought that he WOULDwill survive if he TOOKhas an appointment with the doctor because THERE WASthere’s one chance on two OF SURVIVINGto survive.


Gagné

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO)  _Should go______________ back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) ____would we do_________________ that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) _Can we rebuild it_______________ ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) __is going to rebuild it__________________ in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) _will start____________________ on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) ____arranged this__________________!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) __could not be____________________ any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) ___will expire___________.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) __must have forgotten to take______________________ your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) _____must not have used________________ all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) _____isn’t going to help ____________________ anything! (YOU, NOT) __Can’t you____________________ just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely _________have to_____________ go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) ____is going to be rebuild__________________.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) ____isn’t ______________________ time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) _____is not completed_________________ on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) __had been__________ room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) ___studied landscaping_________ together in university, (DECIDE) ___had decided_________ that they (HAVE) __had __________ enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) ___chose_________ a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) ___tried to make_________ two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) _believed___________ that this (BE) __would be__________ like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) __wasn’t __________  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) __would certainly die__________ if they both (GO) ___went_________.  For some time, both (THINK) ___had been thinking_________ of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) ___have had_________ a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) ____was________ completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) _______had been_____ rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) __still have to_pay_________ back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) ____shouldn’t________ go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE ____had________ an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) ___had been sat_________ in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) _______had read_____ it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) _____began to realize_______ that since he (ENTER) ___had enterered_________ the room, he (FEEL) __has been feeling__________ a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) __has been feeling__________ sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient... (YOU COMPLETE THIS STORY!)

He yelled his name. The student really COwants to be somewhere else but IThe was NS!to late to leave. He entered !!(in) the doctor’s office and he threw up everywhere. The doctor was shocked because the vomit really COstinks. He gave !!(to) the patient a special drug and nobody COsees this AVOID THIS WORDguy again.

 

Gagnon
Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably may go back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why may we do that?  Can we rebuild it?

Alex:   But of course, the University will rebuild it in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction will start on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance must have arrange this!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it can’t be any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas are expiring.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You forgot taking your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you might not have used all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me won’t help anything! You can’t  just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely have to go home, since the laboratory will be rebuild.

Alex:   Quite simply because there were no time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory can’t be completed on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who were room-mates ever since they have been studying landscaping together in university, decided that they had enough of life together, and so they chose a doctor from the yellow pages and tried making two appointments with him for the same day.  They believed that this  was like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there couldn’t be  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them certainly died if they both went.  For some time, both thought of trying something like this, so that at least one of them will have a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice was completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability would be rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they should still paying back their student loans, so they mustn’t go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they will have an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" was sitting in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He has read it for about five minutes when he began realize that since he entered the room, he has felt a bit nauseous, and that he felt sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient….

….he fell on the ground. When he woke up, he saw the doctor looking at

a A WHAT?!radiography. He asked him if he was in danger or something and the doctor answered that it was the first time in his life he COsaw that kind of thing. The only time he COsaw that weird situation, FRENCH CTit was in a movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger. The doctor also said that he didn’t really know how to deal with that particular situation. He was completely demoralized to hear that so he began VFcrying LIKEas a baby. He asked the doctor what it was and the doctor finally FRENCH CT(answered him) that he was pregnant! How could that have happened? He didn’t know himself !

 


GUERETTE

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) _____were_______ room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) ______were studying landscaping______ together in university, (DECIDE) _____decided_______ that they (HAVE) ______had______ enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) ______chose______ a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) ______tried to make______ two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) ______were believing______ that this (BE) ______would be______ like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) ______might not be______  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) ______will certainly die______ if they both (GO) ______go______.  For some time, both (THINK) ______were thinking______ of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) _______will have_____ a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) _____of being_______ completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) _____may be_______ rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) _______still had to pay_____ back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) _____will not_______ go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE ______will have______ an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) ______sat______ in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) ______read______ it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) ______began to realize______ that since he (ENTER) ______entered______ the room, he (FEEL) ______was feeling______ a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) _____fell_______ sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient... (YOU COMPLETE THIS STORY!)

 

He was panicked and paralysed when the doctor asked CT GIVES WRONG MEANING: IT SOUNDS LIKE THE DOCTOR WANTS TO FOLLOW THE PATIENT INTO THE PATIENT’S CONSULTATION ROOM!(to follow him INTOin his consultation room). He didn’t know what to do so he decided to follow him. When he got into the room, he COwas feeling more and more nervous and still sick. His head was heavy and he started NSloosing WFconscious. When he woke up, he was strapped ONTOon a chair and many tiny fast-moving men were around him, eating babies! He was so horrified that he died of fear. It is said he was too big to be eaten by these tiny men , SO IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO EAT HIM… and to be able them to eat him, they SHRANKshrunk his head so it WOULD BEwas easier to SWALLOWbe swallowed!  INTERESTING! YOU HAVE POSSIBILITIES!

 

A SPOUTNIK

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) _______should go________ back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) __________should we do___________ that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) ________Can we rebuild it________ ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) ___________might rebuilt it_________ in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) __________will starts___________ on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) __________are going to arrange this____________!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) ___________can’t be___________ any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) _____are about to expire_________.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) ____________might have forgotten to take____________ your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) ___________might not use__________ all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) ____________will not help_____________ anything! (YOU, NOT) __________Shouldn’t you____________ just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely _____________have to_________ go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) __________will be rebuilt____________.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) _____________is no_____________ time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) _________is not completed_____________ on schedule.

 


Guy 

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) _are going_ back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) __ would we do__that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) _We could rebuild it_ ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) _will rebuild it__ in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) __starts_on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) __must have arrange this__!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) _can not be__any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) _expires_.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) _have forgot to take _ your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) _have not been using__ all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) __will not help__anything! (YOU, NOT) _couldn’t you__ just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely __have to _ go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) _will be rebuilt__.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) _would not be enough__time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) _was not completed__on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) __have been_ room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) _have been studying landscaping__ together in university, (DECIDE) __decided_ that they (HAVE) _had_ enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) _had chosen _ a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) _tried to make_ two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) _believed_ that this (BE) __was_ like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) _should not be_  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) _would certainly die_ if they both (GO) _went_.  For some time, both (THINK) _have been thinking_ of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) _would have_ a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) _would be_ completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) _might be_ rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) _still has to pay_ back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) _could not_ go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE _would have__ an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) _was sitting_ in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) _has been reading  _ it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) _began to realize__ that since he (ENTER) _has entered_ the room, he (FEEL) __felt_ a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) _was feeling__ sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient...

The man fell down on the floor, unconscious. The doctor COhas been triyng to resuscitate the poor man for at least 2 minutes, but he was already dead!! However, his friend COwas coming in the waiting room as the body was removed so he couldn’t see who it was. Just as his friend COdid before, he took the strange magazine and began to read it. Then, he felt stange too and died as INTERESTING WC!!spontaneously as his friend. FCFinally, their plan COhad not worked because they are together again in heaven, FOREVER AND EVER!ever after.

 


Hudon

 

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) ______will have to get_________ back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) _____should we do________________ that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) _______can we rebuild it_________ ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) ________will rebuild it___________ in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) _________starts____________ on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) ______might arrange this________________!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) _______won’t______________ any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) ______expires________.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) _________must have forgotten to take__(speculation)____________ your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) ______must not use__(speculation)____________ all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) ________isn’t going to help_________________ anything! (YOU, NOT) _________Could you_____________ just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely _______have to _______________ go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) ___is about to be rebuilt___________________.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) ________won’t be___________ time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) ________________isn’t completed______ on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) ____had been________ room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) ___studied____ together in university, (DECIDE) __decided__________ that they (HAVE) __had had_____ enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) ______chose______ a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) ____tried making________ two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) ____were believing________ that this (BE) _____was_______ like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) _____couldn’t be_______  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) ______would certainly die______ if they both (GO) _____went_______.  For some time, both (THINK) ____had been thinking________ of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) ____would have________ a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) ______had to be______ completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) ___might have been_____ rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) __still had to pay__________ back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) ______couldn’t______ go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE ____would have______ an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) ___was sitting_______ in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) _______had read_____ it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) ______began to realize______ that since he (ENTER) ____has entered________ the room, he (FEEL) ____has been feeling________ a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) _______he was feeling_____ sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient... (YOU COMPLETE THIS STORY!)


…he slowly began to lose his mind and fell down on the floor. Spontaneously, his “supposed” friend jumped at him and nervously started to laugh. In fact, he HAD PUT…put some anthrax-powder in the UFO magazine so, in a deep breath, his friend would inhale it. Very proud of his STRANGE MEANING: HE HAD BEEN PLANNING THIS FOR 18 YEARS?(eighteen year-old plan) in order to capture his friend at VERY STRANGE MEANING(a maturate point in his life), he started to talk with the doctor of the operation they had already DISCUSSEDtalked before : take the organs from one man and transfer them to an alien… of course WHO?he was an alien. Who would have thought of it ? ) So they began the SURGICALchirurgical process and, because there WASis less than A fifty percent NUchances of surviving, the alien also died. The doctor, in front a such mess and failure had no other choice than TO brush his teeth and MAKEdo a sculpture with the dead bodies of the long-time young friends.

Larochelle

Alex: Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably SHOULD GO back to Kazakhstan.

Boris: What?! Why DO WE HAVE TO DO that? CAN'T WE REBUILD IT ?

Alex: But of course, the University IS REBUILDING IT in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex: Reconstruction STARTS on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance MUST HAVE ARRANGED THIS!

Alex: No, Boris, calm down, it COULDN'T HAVE BEEN any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas ARE ABOUT TO EXPIRE.

Alex: For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You MUST HAVE FORGOTTEN TO TAKE your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you MUST NOT BE USING all of your brain-cells this after-noon!

Alex: Insulting me ISN'T GOING TO HELP anything! CAN'T YOU just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely MUST go home, since the laboratory IS GOING TO BE REBUILT.

Alez: Quite simply because there WON'T BE time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory ISN'T COMPLETED on schedule.

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) ________should go__ back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) ___we should do____ that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) _________we won’t rebuild it__ ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT)__will rebuild it_ in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) ___will start____ on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) ___must have arranged this___!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) ______can’t be___ any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) ______are about to expire________.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) _____must have forgotten to take____ your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) ___did not use_____ all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) _____do not help_____ anything! (YOU, NOT) ____you can’t___ just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely ___must______ go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) __will be rebuilt___.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) __is no__ time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) __is not completed___ on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who were room-mates ever since they had studied landscaping together in university, decided that they had enough of life together, and so they choose a doctor from the yellow pages and tried to make two appointments with him for the same day.  They believed that this was like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there mustn’t  be much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them would certainly die if they both went.  For some time, both though of trying something like this, so that at least one of them would have a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice would be completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability should be rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they should still be paying back their student loans, so they wouldn’t go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they would have an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" sat in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He read it for about five minutes when he began to realize that since he entered the room, he feels a bit nauseous, and that he felt sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient, he fell on the floor half conscious. The doctor COruns to him and shouts some order TO!at the nurse who was standing behind the reception desk. The doctor COtries to save him but he was having a heart attack that was fatal to him. The man died so it became true that you have A fifty per cent chance of dying when you visit  any of the "doctors" in this town.


LeBlanc

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) ____have to go_____ back to Kazakhstan.

Boris:  What?! Why (WE, DO) _____will we do __________ that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) ______Could we rebuild it______ ?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) __should rebuild it______ in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) ____is starting___ on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) _may arrange this____________!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) ___cannot be ____________ any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) __will be expired_______.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) __may have forgot to take________ your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) _____will not be able to use___ all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) ___cannot help___________ anything! (YOU, NOT) __Why don’t you_______________ just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely _must__________ go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) _will be rebuild______________.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) _will be no______ time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) _could not be completed_____ on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) __were______ room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) __had studied landscaping___ together in university, (DECIDE) __decided_____ that they (HAVE) __have had_____ enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) __chose______ a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) __tried to make _____ two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) __believed_______ that this (BE) __was_______ like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) _could not be ____ much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) _will have to die___ if they both (GO) ____went__.  For some time, both (THINK) ___had thought_____ of trying something like this,  so that at least one of them (HAVE) __had______ a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) __was______ completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) __may be _ rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) _had still to pay__ back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) __could not_ go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE _would have had __ an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan. On the day of their appointments,  while the first "patient" (SAT) __sat______ in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) _read____ it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) __began to realize__ that since he (ENTER) _had entered___________ the room, he (FEEL) ___felt_________ a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) __was felling____ sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient...

The patient TOLD/ASKEDsaid to the doctor to wait a couple of minutes, MEANING?(at last,) WRONG TIME PHRASE AND CO(when he would have finished) reading the magazine. Believe it or not, the doctor COhad waited. THIS PART DOESN’T MAKE SENSE(About two hours later, and some kind of disgusting people in the waiting room,) the doctor came back, and asked the patient if he was ready to receive medication. The patient simply answered, No Thanks. The doctor was VFsurprise and went back to his office. A few minutes later, he came back with the WC!receipt and gave it to the patient. CONFUSING(By just looking at it, he saw the monstrous charge and died young). The AMOUNT OF THE CHARGEScharge was just the same as his student loan!

Paquet

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) ___were   room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) __were studying landscaping_ together in university, (DECIDE) _decided_ that they (HAVE) _had__ enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) _had chosen_ a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) __tried to make_ two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) believed_ that this (BE) __was___ like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) _must not be_  much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) _would certainly die_ if they both (GO) __went__.  For some time, both (THINK) _were thinking_ of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) _would have_ a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) __was_ completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) _might be_ rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) _____I really don’t understand_______ back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) ____ I really don’t understand ________ go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they HAVE ____had_______ an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) __were sitting_____ in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) ___had read__ it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) _began to realize__ that since he (ENTER) _entered_ the room, he (FEEL) ____had been feeling ________ a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) ___was feeling_________ sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient... (YOU COMPLETE THIS STORY!)

…the second “patient” was slumped INon his chair. He was talking to himself with words that his friend and the doctor could not understand. Suddenly, he got up and asked for a doctor. The doctor brought him in his room to see what was wrong with this man. WRONG TIME PHRASE CT AND CO(When the doctor had been ready to examine the patient), he was already dead.


Robichaud

Alex:   Now that our laboratory has been destroyed, I feel that we probably (GO) should go back to Kazakhstan.

Boris: What?! Why (WE, DO) do we have to do that?  (WE, REBUILD IT) can’t we rebuild it?

Alex:   But of course, the University (REBUILD IT) is going to rebuild it in the spring.

Boris: On what date? Before or after our visas expire?

Alex:   Reconstruction (START) starts on the day after the National Holiday.

Boris: The very day our visas expire! Great Scot! Holy Cow!! Some of our enemies at the Ministry of Leisure and Finance (ARRANGE THIS) must have arranged this!

Alex:   No, Boris, calm down, it (NOT, BE) couldn’t have been any of them. They had already been planning to tear down the laboratory and rebuild it, long before the accident with the Sputnik.

Boris: Interesting… and then this "accident" happens, just when our visas (EXPIRE) are about to expire.

Alex:   For Heaven's sake, Boris, please! What an awfully paranoid thing to say! You (FORGET, TAKE) must have forgotten to take your Ginseng again this morning.

Boris: And you (NOT, USE) mustn’t be using all of your brain-cells all after-noon!

Alex:   Insulting me (NOT, HELP) won’t help anything! (YOU, NOT) Can’t you just look at the situation rationally for once?

Boris: Very well. Please start by explaining why we absolutely have to  go home, since the laboratory (BE REBUILT) is going to be rebuilt.

Alex:   Quite simply because there (NOT, BE) won’t be time to get our visas renewed if the new laboratory (NOT, BE COMPLETED) isn’t completed on schedule.

 

Once upon a time, two very, very old friends, who (BE) were room-mates ever since they (STUDY LANDSCAPING) had been studying landscaping together in university, (DECIDE) decided that they (HAVE) had enough of life together, and so they (CHOOSE) chose a doctor from the yellow pages and (TRY, MAKE) tried to make two appointments with him for the same day.  They (BELIEVE) believed that this (BE) was like playing Russian Roulette with three bullets instead of only one, i.e., since there (MODAL, NOT, BE) might not be much more than a fifty per cent chance of surviving a visit to any of the "doctors" in their town, one of them (CERTAINLY, DIE) might certainly died if they both (GO) went.  For some time, both (THINK) thought of trying something like this, so that at least one of them (HAVE) would have a few years of peace. Besides, so they reasoned, the choice (BE) was completely random and fair.  True, their understanding of probability (MODAL, BE) must had been rather limited, but, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?  Besides, they (MODAL, STILL, PAY) might still pay back their student loans, so they (NOT, MODAL) couldn’t go back to school to take the math courses necessary to analyse their situation correctly. Furthermore, they were quite aware that if they both lived on, both would naturally go back to school to study the math, probability, and ethics relevant to their problem, after which they (HAVE) would have an even greater student debt-load. That is why they simply dismissed that and persisted with their irrational plan.  On the day of their appointments, while the first "patient" (SAT) sat in the waiting room, a magazine entitled "UFO's TODAY" caught his idle gaze.  He (READ) read it for about five minutes when he (BEGAN, REALIZE) begun to realize that since he (ENTER) entered the room, he (FEEL) felt a bit nauseous, and that he (FEEL) was feeling  sicker and sicker every minute.  At last, just as the doctor was saying good-bye to the previous patient he realized that if he died that day, he wouldn’t get married, he wouldn’t have kids, he wouldn’t have that life he COhas been waiting for since he was born. Then, he looked nervously  all around the room for an exit, RUN-ON SENTENCE there WASwere none except the window of the fourth floor ! The doctor was looking curiously at him when he suddenly ran toward the window and WC/COpass NS!!trough it. In the street, he painfully tried to got up when a semi trailer moved right STRANGE WC!against him. FCDecidedly, he was the one who NUwere supposed (OR: …WHO HAD BEEN DESTINED TO DIE…) to die on that fateful day…