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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107281: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses

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    1. Tony (be) a hard-working student in the past. He was energetic. And he was also imaginative.

    2. I (not/ know) the way to the hotel at that time.

    3. Yesterday the firemen (cut) down some trees so that they could prevent the fire from spreading.

    4. The people were standing on the bridge. They (wave) to the pilot but the pilot did not notice them.

    5. My sister went to Tokyo for a holiday. She (can) not return home because she did not have enough money left for a plane ticket.

    6. Just 30 years ago, two out of three American families (consist) of a father, a mother, and their children.

    7. I (will) act differently if I were in your position.

    8. Fire, insects, disease and wind continue to damage our forests. As a result, we (see) a further reduction of our forests every year.

    9. After seeing an offensive mouthwash ad on television, I (resolve) never to buy that brand again.

    10. The audience (complain) because the ushers continued to seat people after the play had started.

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