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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #117068: To See - To Saw - To Sew - To Sow
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    To See - To Saw - To Sew - To Sow


     SEE, SAW, SEEN

    SAW, SAWED, SAWN

    SEW, SEWED, SEWN

    SOW, SOWED, SOWN

     



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    1. His half-sister can coveralls very well.

    2. Her brother-in-law a maternity dress for her last year.

    3. She has a bedspread and two pillow cases which are beige and turquoise.

    4. A tailor is buttonholes by sewing machine.

    5. My grandmother hook and eye with needle and thread, and she used a thimble.

    6. The farmer ploughed the ground with a plough and some wheat.

    7. We have a proverb that says, " whatever you , you will reap."

    8. My cousin was very happy because the cotton he had , grew very well.

    9. Her mother has the seeds in the flowerpot and waters them every day.

    10. His father told him that seeds should first be in seed boxes and then planted in the ground.

    11. A beautiful tree was in half for selling.

    12. A carpenter wood to make a big table.

    13. My little sister her finger when she was sawing a tree.

    14. I go to the forest with my grandfather to some wood for the fire.

    15. We should some wood to make fire to cook chicken for lunch.

    16. My friend made a very beautiful chair from woods which were for that purpose.

    17. I some roosters, hens and goose in the farm near the river.

    18. What would you do if you a rhinoceros when you entered your room?

    19. Have you ever a panther from near?









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