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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #111031: Should or Shouldn't
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    Should or Shouldn't

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    English exercise "Should or Shouldn't" created by zilazila with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from zilazila]
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    1. You spend your time creating a cabinet for the kitchen rather than waste time playing games.

    2. You teach children all necessary things they need for future.

    3. He spend so much time on the computer. He has a lot to do.

    4. We be impolite with older people.

    5. My father make an appointment before he goes to the doctor's.

    6. If you want to be perfect in English, you spend some more time reviewing it every day.

    7. Her birthday is close. You start looking for a gift for her.

    8. I go out today. It is raining cats and dogs.

    9. He eat more fast food. He is too fat.

    10. You work with your cellphone when you are in class.

    11. When you want to buy a new car you inspect it carefully.

    12. She had a very bad behaviour. She apologise.

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