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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #78508: Birds and tenses
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    Birds and tenses

    Complete the sentences with the right tense.

    English exercise "Birds and tenses" created by eos17 with The test builder
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    1. The seagulls usually (to follow) the fishing boats coming back to harbour.
    2. The wood owl (to hoot) last night.
    3. Swallows (to go) back to hotter countries soon.
    4. Last month a couple of storks (to build) a big nest on our chimney.
    5. Can you hear? The cuckoo (to sing) .
    6. All the cherries (to eat) by blackbirds ! There is not any left on the tree.
    7. A long time ago, pink flamingos used (to leave) Camargue for Africa at the beginning of autumn.
    8. Now they (to stay) in Camargue the whole year.
    9. The tits (already /to leave) their nest ! They are strong enough to fly.
    10. Look! The cranes (to dance) gracefully !
    11. Two magpies (to chatter) non stop in the garden !
    12. (you/ever /to see) vultures ?

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