It was a cold and windy night. It was raining very hard,too.
Ben was walking along a street in quiet part of the city. He looked for a cafe because he was cold and he wanted a hot drink and something warm to eat. Then he saw two men on the other side of the road. He crossed the road to ask for directions when he felt a sudden fear. The men didn't look very friendly. Were the robbers and were they waiting for someone to walk past? Then he realised that one of them had something black in his hand.
Ja tak chciałam zaznaczyć, bo nie chcę, żebyś miała źle, odpowiedź poniżej:
The men WEREN'T LOOK very friendly. Were the robbers and THEY WAITED for someone to walk past?
WEREN'T LOOK - nie ma takiego czegoś, jak już to WEREN'T LOOKING.
Were the robbers and THEY WAITED for someone to walk past? - to jest pytanie, a zostało to zrobione jako zdanie oznajmujące ;)