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Listen to the audio and fill in the correct irregular verbs.
- Listening 4 Emma Chris! How (was) the holiday? Chris Don’t ask. Emma Why? What happened? (Wasn't) it ‘the holiday of a lifetime’? Chris It (was) absolutely fantastic. We (went) everywhere – Disneyworld, the Epcot centre, the Kennedy Space Centre. The kids (had) a great time, Amanda had a great time, and for once so did I … until the last day, anyway. Emma Why, what happened? Chris We (got) robbed! Would you believe we (were) robbed by highway robbers. Highway robbers in the 21st century! And they were very polite – it was like a game to them. Emma Highway robbers? Chris Yes, it was really bad luck. We’d been really careful during the holiday, and we never really (felt) at all uncomfortable. Everywhere we (went) people were very polite, and friendly, and helpful. We just relaxed and enjoyed the holiday. Emma And? Chris Well, it all happened on the way home. We were driving to the airport – I’d finally got used to driving on the wrong side of the road – when suddenly a big old car bumped into the back of us. It happened so fast – the kids (were) thrown back into their seats and Amanda screamed. I didn’t really know what was happening. Anyway, before I (had) time to do anything, he bumped me again. I was pretty angry, I can tell you. I stopped the car and so did he. I wasn’t really thinking, I just got out of the car and started calling him an idiot. That’s when I (saw) four big guys getting out, and one of them had a baseball bat. Emma Ouch! Chris Exactly. I (thought) ‘it looks like I’ll be needing the medical insurance after all’, but no. The guy with the bat just said ‘Now stay cool and you won’t get hurt. We’ll just empty the trunk and be on our way.’ It took me a second to realize he meant the ‘boot’ and that he was going to rob us. Emma You’re joking. Chris I wish I was. Anyway, they told Amanda and the kids to stay in the car, not that they were going to get out, and (told) me to open the boot. They (took) everything out of it – the luggage, of course, our coats, even the spare tyre. They didn’t take our souvenirs and things – they were in the back with the kids. And then they (put) everything into their car and (drove) off. Emma So Amanda and the kids were OK? Chris Oh yes. We were all fine – a bit shaken up but fine. It didn’t take long for the police to arrive. They looked after us, got us to the airport on time and so on, but it was a terrible way to end the holiday.