Open the brackets, mind the forms: 1. We can’t walk far, it (to become) dark. 2. She always (to become) angry when I laugh at her favourite athlete. 3. Many of the best athletes (to compete) in today’s tournament and some of them (to compete) at the next Olympic games. 4. The people always (to fight) for better life. 5. My brother skates very well and he often (to take part) in important competitions. 6. Those two boys (to take part) in the chess tournament next month. 7. Who (to write) "War and Peace"? 8. We already (to finish) the first exercise and we (to try; to do) the second one. I think, it (to be) much more difficult. 9. He (to cook) the dinner when the telephone (to ring) and he (to tell) about the victory of his favourite team.