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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #95215: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses


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    1. I am (to go) to the beach now.

    2. The woman I see over there must (to be) Danny's sister.

    3. Peter (to shrug) when I told him I couldn't come.

    4. My friends are about to (to leave) the party.

    5. We were not used to (to practise) this kind of activity.

    6. I (to seek) the headlines a few minutes ago.

    7. I been looking for you for all this time !

    8. I will (to give) you my phone number as fast as I can.

    9. I often (to read) American comics.

    10. I resent (to be interrupted) while working.

    11. He (to come) when you called him and made him stop.

    12. Please (to forgive) me, I can't stop loving you...

    13. (to zip) me, will you ?

    14. You've (to break) my heart !

    15. It always (to pose) problems for pupils.









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