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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #17913: Right tense
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    Right tense


    Complete in the right tense.



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    1. It is possible the investigation has (to arise) as a result of malicious allegations.

    2. Once (to begin), it had grown to such monstrous proportions.

    3. In every play he (to write), he did precisely that.

    4. Few who gnaw a fried chicken have ever (to wring) a bird's neck.

    5. Until recently, art has (to withstand) the pressure of chaotic things.

    6. The very faint anxiety which (to underlie) his tone did not escape her astute ears.

    7. When he first (to swear) on TV, viewers were outraged.

    8. Social services (to overspend) by £1.9 last year.

    9. Two major exhibitions of his work are being (to hold) - one in Torquay and one in Plymouth.

    10. He had (to drink) less than two pints of beer.









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