Choose the appropriate adverbial of time. She was working in the garden at/by that time. Scarcely had the bell gone when/than the students fill

2. Choose the appropriate adverbial of time.
1. She was working in the garden at/by that time.2. Scarcely had the bell gone when/than the students filled thecorridor.3. The other day/One of these days he called on me to return the bookhe had borrowed.4. The sun had no sooner hidden behind the clouds than/when weheard the first claps of thunder.5. The letter hadn't arrived by/until the end of the week yet.6.1 had tidied up the flat at/by that time.7. It wasn't up to/until 1995 that Robert could afford to go on holidayabroad.8. They had discharged Nick from hospital before/till we came.9. His father had been running a bookshop during/for two years.10. They reached the top of the mountain by/in four hours.11. I had finished my homework at/by supper time.12. They lived in Newcastle by/in 1983.

  • 1. She was working in the garden at that time.
    2. Scarcely had the bell gone than the students filled the
    corridor.
    3. The other day he called on me to return the book
    he had borrowed.
    4. The sun had no sooner hidden behind the clouds than we
    heard the first claps of thunder.
    5. The letter hadn't arrived by the end of the week yet.
    6.I had tidied up the flat by that time.
    7. It wasn't up to 1995 that Robert could afford to go on holiday
    abroad.
    8. They had discharged Nick from hospital before we came.

    9. His father had been running a bookshop for two years.

    10. They reached the top of the mountain in four hours.

    11. I had finished my homework by supper time.

    12. They lived in Newcastle in 1983.