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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #29226: Verbs
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    Verbs


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    1. If you were beaten by your husband, you'd never live it .

    2. Maelle has to be brave to live something like that.

    3. Paul has been living his girlfriend for several months.

    4. I was living my parents when I was a student.

    5. The film didn't live my expectations.

    6. Marlene lives red meat.

    7. Each of us lives our destiny.

    8. This woman lives her lovely child.

    9. Many people proclaim adherence to a political party but do not live it.

    10. Princess Diana lives all over the world.









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