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Correct form of the verbs

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1. It looks like rain; you (have) better take a coat.

2. He talked as if he (do) all the work, but in fact, I did most of it.

3. It is high time they (mend) this road.

4. If only he (know) the disease was curable!

5. He gave up (gamble) because he was broke.

6. We are looking forward to (read) your book.

7. In that business you risk (lose) every penny.

8. There (be) a fort here years ago.

9. I (read) this book for the last ten days.

10. Would you mind (bring) a glass of cold water?

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