I'm doing a quiz and have some doubts in a few tasks. Could somebody check if I'm correct?
Ex1. Put the correct form.
As soon as we arrived at the airport, we checked in.
a) had checked in
b) were checking in
c) checked in
Explanation. I've chosen here c because we have here consecutive actions, i.e. we arrived and then we checked in. Other options don't make sense.
The car will soon have done 50,000 km - we'll need to get it serviced.
a) will soon have done
b) will soon do
c) will soon be doing
Explanation. I've chosen here a because in this sentence we want to stress that in some short period of time we will get 50,000 km on a odometer. Other options don't make sense as well.
Ex2. Put the verb in a correct form.
Many people have problems sleeping if they drink coffee after midday. (drink)
Explanation. I've chosen here present simple because we want to stress avery day action (they drink coffee).
I wonder if we could use here present progressive - Many people have problems sleeping if they are drinking coffee after midday?
I want to spend a year travelling when I will have finished university. (finish)
Explanation. I've chosen here a future perfect because that guy probably already have a plan he is going to travel after finishing university, thus he wants to stress it. But future simple I think also possible.