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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #44080: Verbs
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    Complete with the right tense : past continuous,past perfect or past perfect continuous.

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    1. It was very noisy next door. Our neighbours (have) a party.
    2. We were good friends. We (know) each other for years.
    3. Zoe and I went for a walk. I had difficulty keeping up with him because he (walk) so fast
    4. Sue was sitting on the ground. She was out of breath. She (run).
    5. When I arrived, everybody was sitting round the table with theirs mouths full. They (eat)
    6. Their mouths were empty but their stomachs were full. They (eat)
    7. Jim was on his hands and knees on the floor. He (look) for his contact lens.
    8. When I arrived, Kate (wait) for me.
    9. I was sad when I sold my car. I (have) it for a very long time.
    10. We were extremely tired at the end of the journey.We (travel) for more than 24 hours.

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