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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #92170: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses

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    1. James Joyce (write) 'Dubliners ' in 1914.
    2. I (read) this book at the moment.
    3. One hundred years ago, the world's largest ship 'Titanic' (strike) an iceberg in the North Atlantic.
    4. The incident (inspire) many authors, films, documentaries.
    5. The most famous film (be) 'Titanic' by James Cameron. I watched it yesterday on TV.
    6. (see / you) Mary since our latest outing?
    7. Yes, I have! She (catch) a cold, so she's in bed!
    8. Formerly, children (wear) a smock at school.
    9. I (have) a shower when they turned off water!
    10. The tsunami and Fukushima disaster (turn) many people into anti-nuclear activists.
    11. We (answer : négation) his letter yet . He must be worried!
    12. How long (study / you) Medicine ?

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