Put the verbs into the correct form.
I — (see) Sue in town yesterday but
I saw Sue in town yesterday but she didn’t see me.
She was looking the other way.
I met Tom and Ann at the airport a few weeks ago.
They were going to Berlin and I was going to Madrid.
We had a chat while we were waiting for our flights. (-ing)
I was cycling home yesterday when suddenly a man stepped out into the road in front of me.
I was going quite fast but luckily
I managed to stop in time and didn’t hit him.