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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #52232: Verbs of perception
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Infinitive | -ing [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Adjectives-ing and ed - FOR and its use - Infinitive clause - Infinitive phrase - Gerund - Past Simple or Past Continuous - Gerunds - To...or not?
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    Verbs of perception

    hearHave you heard that cry? smellThis smoke smells terrible.
    feel Do you still feel hungry? soundThis opera sounds boring.
    listen toShe is listening to music. seeWhen I saw the house, I loved it.
    lookLook! There is a nice bird flying. tasteCould you taste this soup?
    seemDoesn't that seem strange to you? watchWe sat and watched the sunset.

    English exercise "Verbs of perception" created by lili73 with The test builder
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    1. Can you see the baby on all fours?

    2. You shouldn't laugh when you see people on banana skins.

    3. Have you heard

    4. We have bought a marble table. It's nice but its is cold.

    5. Did you see

    6. Fireworks giant flowers.

    7. I don't like beer, it bitter.

    8. Stop it! That violin awful.

    9. This perfume roses.
    10. My cat's fur is like velvet to me when I it.

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