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By Robert Louis Stevenson

Mr Hyde has a daunting, grotesque personality. Why, then, is the sincere Dr Jekyll such strong acquaintances with him? Mr Utterson attempts to determine the key energy Mr Hyde has over Dr Jekyll yet then Sir Danvers Carew is murdered and Mr Hyde disappears - or does he? As Mr Utterson attempts to discover the solutions to those questions, he learns the bad mystery of Dr Jekyll's harmful experiments.

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She was tired because she'd been working very hard. Some verbs {for example, know and Like) are not normally used in the continuous: ~] We were good friends. We had known each other for years. (not had been knowing) 0 I was surprised when Lisa cut her hair. She'd had long hair since I first met her. (not she'd been having) For a list of these verbs, see Unit 4A. For have, see Unit 17. Present perfect continuous -+ Unit 9- 10 Past perfect simple -+ Unit 15 Exercises Read the situations and make sentences from the words in brackets.

Complete the sentences. Use an expression from the List with have in the correct form. have a baby have a Look have a break have lunch have a chat have a party have trouble have a nice time have a good flight have a shower 1 I don 't eat much during the day. I never .... n~ 2 David starts work at 8 o'clock and ............ .. 30. 3 We .... ... .................. ..... ....... .... ................... last week. lt was great - we invited lots of peop le.

Sometimes we talk about something that happened in t he past: 0 Sarah arrived at the party. This is the starting point of the story. Then, if we want to talk about th ings that happened before this time, we use the past perfect (had ... ): 0 When Sarah arrived at the party, Paul had already gone home. Some more exa mples: 0 When we got home last night, we found t hat somebody had broken into the flat. 0 Karen didn 't want to go to the cinema with us because she'd already seen the movie. 0 At first I thought I'd done the right thing, but I soon realised that I'd made a big mistake.

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