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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114615: July 4th Barbecue
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    July 4th Barbecue

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    1. Two years ago, I (go) to my friend's house on July 4th.

    2. His family was (host) a barbecue.

    3. We (eat) cheeseburgers and hot dogs.

    4. The family had even (set up) a water slide.

    5. I (meet) my friend's two brothers, and his cousin.

    6. In the US, July 4th is (celebrate) because that's when the Declaration of Independence was signed.

    7. I have (watch) many firework displays on July 4th, over the years.

    8. Once, I even (see) them near a lake.

    9. At that barbecue two years ago, we watched the fireworks (explode) after our meal.

    10. Many guests had (bring) their children to the July 4th barbecue that day.

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