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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69991: Tenses and verbs
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    Tenses and verbs


    Choose the right verb.



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    1. I some commotion outside that is simply getting on my nerves.

    2. These grapes awfully sour and simply can't be consumed.

    3. He is completely broke, all because he a large family to support--the poor guy.

    4. This firm, which is doing fantastic business, actually to my cousin.

    5. I wonder what is bothering her. She worried about something.

    6. This child is proving to be a real bother. The problem is he his mother.

    7. The boy is a very healthy fellow because he milk every day.

    8. We with immense patience for the minister to arrive for two hours.

    9. Let us wait patiently until father his office work.

    10. When the doctor the patient will certainly be taken care of .









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