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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103034: Tenses of verbs
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    Tenses of verbs

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    1. It was Jack who (inform) the police yesterday.

    2. We (wait) for the class teacher since this morning.

    3. The suitcase (be) so heavy that I could not lift it.

    4. One of my cousins (go) to London recently.

    5. Rony (read) a novel since this morning, and now he is about to finish.

    6. I will call you when my parents (arrive) home.

    7. The assembly (disperse) when we reached the school.

    8. A third heart attack finally (finish) off his uncle.

    9. Mike usually (buy) a novel every week as he is fond of reading.

    10. He fell down while he (ride) the horse.

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