Put the verb in brackets in the correct tense.
A. Emma spends every school holiday in Scotland.
b. Why are you under the table? Are you looking for something?
c. In my country we don\'t have lessons on Saturday.
d. My wife doesn\'t like football, but I love it.
e. I bought a new pair of shoes yesterday. Do you like them?
f. Ian Fleming was working as a stockbroker when the Second World War started.
g. Margaretha Simons has come from Norway,
but now she lives in Britain. She met her husband, Noel, while she was learning English in Cambridge.