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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18426: Right tense
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    Right tense

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    1. The war to me as a child (to mean) that food was always a problem.
    2. Agatha Christie is (to outsell) only by the Bible and Shakespeare.
    3. The band (to overcome) the death of their keyboard player.
    4. You look the sort of girl that's mighty often getting (to fall) in love with!
    5. The group had previously (to forecast) a payment.
    6. I never (to forgive) her this betrayal, and she never realised there was anything to forgive.
    7. For long (to go) are the days when a decoy was a plastic duck.
    8. The Princess (to leave) New York to return home on Concorde last night with the gel washed away.
    9. The aides hastened to clear up the confusion, saying the president had '' (to misspeak) .
    10. They even (to redo) the hospital where the person was born.

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