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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75461: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses

    Choose the right verb.

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    1. Today's youth are apparently of any good sense--- so opine the oldies!
    2. The children their mean neighbour to return their ball to them but it was all in vain.
    3. The poor kid was with more strictly than necessary by his father and so sobbed his heart out.
    4. He home rather triumphantly for he had finally achieved what he always had coveted.
    5. Indians had to quite a bit in their daunting task to achieve independence.
    6. Mahatma Gandhi, the Apostle of non-violence, from committing a sin all through his life.
    7. He pretty hard and achieved stupendous success in his life.
    8. He me when I needed his help the most and yet shamelessly he calls himself my bosom pal.
    9. His eyes shone with rare lustre as he the omnipotent himself!
    10. I him no grudge although he hurt me immensely on many an occasion.

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