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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #54944: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses


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    1. I am looking forward to (meet) Mr John again.

    2. It was high time we (take) a decision about the problem.

    3. I had never thought that Ornella bring) us such good information.

    4. I was surprised at (learn) that Jane failed the exam.

    5. You will text me as soon as you (finish) the work.

    6. We usually go to the beach on Saturdays. This Saturday we (go) to the pictures for a change.

    7. The train for Paris (leave) at 7.00pm.

    8. It's no use (buy) a new computer, they cost an arm and a leg.

    9. You'd rather (pull) yourself together to pass the exam.

    10. Marlyne (put) some money aside for a rainy day, before being fired.

    11. When we were walking Ben stopped (smoke) .

    12. Dad stopped (smoke) four years ago.

    13. It's not worth (complain) about your tight corner, we'll help you.

    14. I never lose my temper but now I (be) nervous about what you are doing.









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