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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #115370: Past perfect simple in time clauses
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    Past perfect simple in time clauses


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    1. I know that my dad (to begin) to organise my current birthday.

    2. He (to invite) almost all my friends to participate on it.

    3. Both my brothers (to prepare) great surprises for me.

    4. I (not / to see) such a plane made of pastry cream before.

    5. Earlier, I (to receive) five e-mails from my brothers.

    6. During those happy moments, the younger one (to organise) a choir.

    7. The night before, a firework display (to illuminate) the night already well-starred,

    8. and then, all the guests (to appear) at midnight sharp.

    9. Until that instant, I (not / to feel) so much joy inside myself.

    10. We (never / to share) such a celebration before.









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