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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #23553: Right verb
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    Right verb


    Complete with the verb in the right form.



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    1. It's no use (to worry) about it.

    2. How often do you go (to swim)?

    3. It's not good (to ask) Ryan to help you.

    4. I've never been (to sail).

    5. There's no point in (to study) if you're feeling tired.

    6. It's a waste of time (to read) newspapers.

    7. It's not worth (to get angry).

    8. There's no point in (to work) if you don't need the money.

    9. Did you have any difficulty (to get) a visa?

    10. I spent hours (to try) to repair the clock.









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