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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #101774: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses

    Complete the sentences by typing the correct form of the verb.

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    English exercise "Verbs and tenses" created by chimisterz with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from chimisterz]
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    1. The film crew didn't want to be (see).

    2. Smoke started pouring out from underneath, then the truck (burst) into flames.

    3. I've finally (deal) with all of yesterday's jobs.

    4. She has (undertake) the task of organising the party.

    5. I (speak) to Jo yesterday about your problem.

    6. Jane has just (begin) learning to drive.

    7. She could not have (bear) it if her baby was hurt.

    8. I (fall) down the stairs and injured my back.

    9. General enquiries are (deal) with by our head office.

    10. He (become) the lead singer in a pop group.

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