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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103995: Forms of verbs
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    Until a year ago, I (never/ fly) with a baby. It was a transatlantic flight, and it (be/last) for at least 7 hours! Being very practical, I (prepare) 3 clean baby bottles, the can with the formula, and a lot of clean nappies and underwear in advance. Of course, after checking in, but before boarding, the security (reject) the mineral water necessary to get the bottles ready and I was worried : They had told me the water (be/provide) on the plane for free ... Two hours after taking off, Teddy (start /squirm). He was obviously hungry. When I (ask) for the mineral water, the flight attendant immediately (bring) a bottle of sparkling water. He said he was sorry, but the packs of Ted's usual brand (be/crush) during the take off and (cannot/ drink). Ted (have/drink) sparkling milk, or do without it. When I (try) to give Little Ted a bottle of 'sparkling milk', he (start /shriek) and (wriggle) like mad! 'He won't like champagne,' I thought! I (providentially /bring) his pacifier and he (suck) it eagerly as I (may/pace) along the corridor, cuddling him to help him fall asleep. He (do)... like an angel. When we landed, it was the first time he (sleep) for 7 hours in a row without a bottle! Well done, Teddy! Welcome to the USA !







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