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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8882: Progressive verbs, non-progressive verbs, mixed verbs
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    Progressive verbs, non-progressive verbs, mixed verbs

    Choose the right verb in the right form.

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    1. I an engineer for three years. It's a well-paid job.
    2. Look at him ! He very stupid !
    3. I the new manager will oblige us to work on Sundays.
    4. It is evident that she a lot of care after that terrible accident.
    5. She no longer feels depressed; she fun now.
    6. These houses all to my parents.
    7. The little boy his brothers and sisters. He feels lonely.
    8. You too fast ! I can't follow you.
    9. I myself every week. I have to lose ten kilos.
    10. Now, I the flour. We need 500 grams.
    11. Bob Cratcher ? I him any longer.
    12. I know my teeth are bad ! Of course, I a dentist !

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