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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #13064: Right tense of the verbs.
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    Right tense of the verbs.


                 Welcome everybody!


                    Find the right tense of the verbs in the following text.

                    First read the entire paragraph.


                    Good luck and have fun!

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    One quality that students succeed in their studies is self-discipline. Self-discipline particularly important in college. I a great deal about self-discipline by observing two of my friends.(to learn/learned/learned) I have noted that my roommate Emmy her time every night before she to bed. She down what she to do the next day and how much time she doing each activity. First, she time for attending classes and working. She also time aside for socializing, running, studying, and eating. By having a timetable and sticking to it, Emmy always able to accomplish a lot more than I can. Another friend, Nancy, herself by not doing anything unless she all of her homework and reading. One night last month, I her to go out to dinner, but she because she her physics problem set. I wish I could be as disciplined as these two friends of mine are. I that self-discipline is important if I want to be successful in college. Thus, next term I an effort to discipline myself.

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