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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103820: Forms of verbs
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    Forms of verbs

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    The same man (stand) on the porch in darkness, staring at me through the glass-panelled door. I didn't know how long he (watch) me, but I (start) to get worried. Suddenly, I (look) at the clock : half past five ! Still an hour (wait) before Peter (come) back home. Suddenly, I (feel) like (call) him in on his cell to know whether he (can - come) home earlier. Yet, that (be - admit) that I was afraid and worried, and I (not - want - Peter - know) , since, to him, I (never - mention) the stranger constantly (follow) me for days. I (must - confess) I (keep) a secret from him for such a long time !
    (Start - panic), I (seize) my phone and (dial) 911. My hair (stand) on end and my face (run) with sweat ! I (terrorise) ! On the phone, the sweet voice of the policewoman (just - answer) when I (hear and see) the doorknob (turn) ...
    (the police - be) here before I (attack) ? I couldn't know that for sure ....

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