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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #100028: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses

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    1. Are you (go) to the concert tonight? I have two tickets.

    2. Pepper (give) me the password yesterday. But now I can't remember it.

    3. Alex (fail) her maths test last month. She was really upset at that time.

    4. During the 1970s and 1980s, American managers (invest) much time and money in high technology.

    5. Mom (prepare) for Christmas all morning. Let's do something for her.

    6. Every morning Dad always (take) a walk along the river. It has been a habit for decades.

    7. People always say that someday I (become) famous. I totally believe this.

    8. I wrote a letter to my new girlfriend and I am really looking forward to (receive) her reply.

    9. The curious inscription that (find) on an old key -- 'If I rest, I rust' -- would make an excellent motto for those who have a tendency towards laziness.

    10. If you empathized with that person, you might realize that he or she (act) out of ignorance, fear or even love.

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