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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #101762: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses


    Complete the sentences by typing the correct form of the verb.



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    1. I only (sleep) for four hours last night.

    2. They (hide) the escaped prisoner in their barn yesterday.

    3. Minutes ago, Rosie (hold) out an apple and the horse gently took it from her palm.

    4. Approval should be (seek) before doctors carry out such operations.

    5. The film was so frightening that she (put) her hands over her eyes.

    6. Our cat brought in a dead mouse and (set) it proudly in front of us.

    7. Have you (forgive) me yet?

    8. I've (bring) my radio to the office so I can listen to the cricket match.

    9. The doctor (meet) one of her patients in the supermarket last night.

    10. Yesterday's fire (spread) very rapidly because of the strong winds.









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