Read the situations and complete the sentences.
Your friend is reading the newspaper. You’d like it after her. You ask: Can I have the newspaper when *** with it?
A friend of yours is going to visit London. You want to know where she is going to stay. You ask: Where are you going to stay when you are in London?
A friend of yours is visiting you. She has to go soon but maybe there’s time for a cup of tea. You ask: Would you like a cup of tea before you leave?
Your friend is reading the newspaper. You’d like it after her. You ask: Can I have the newspaper when you finish with it?
You want to sell your car. Jim is interested in buying it but he hasn’t decided yet. You ask: Can you let me know as soon as you decide?
There are serious traffic problems in your town but they are building a new road. You say: I think it will be better when they finish the new road.