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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75436: Prove your ability
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    Prove your ability


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    1. Kevin (go) to school every day.

    2. John (eat) an apple yesterday.

    3. Kate (write) a letter the day before yesterday.

    4. I (be) going to school right now.

    5. She (be) doing her homework yesterday at this time.

    6. You (go) to London every year.

    7. We usually (learn) English at school.

    8. Ronny (have) just come now.

    9. I (have) been living in Brighton since 1950 and I like it.









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