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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #55274: Tenses and verbs
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    Tenses and verbs


    Complete with the right verb in the right form.



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    1. Statistics (be) a difficult course for people to understand.

    2. Not even one of the hundred students who took the test last week (pass).

    3. It is fortunate that the wishes of the community (consider) before the new highway was built.

    4. The number of women who smoke (increase) nowadays.

    5. Statistics shows that approximately 40% of all marriages in the United States (end) in divorce.

    6. The majority of these birds (migrate) for the winter.

    7. The number of books on U.S. universities (reach) five thousand by 2055.

    8. The suggestion of combining the two methods of teaching (appeal) to me.

    9. The basket of oranges and apples (send) as a Christmas present.

    10. A drop in prices (predict) for the coming year.









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