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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #117813: Tenses and verbs
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    Tenses and verbs

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    1. Once upon a time, there was a great and powerful magician who (fight) an evil witch.

    2. She had (rise) from the undead and had the power to turn people to stone.

    3. This great magician (bind) his mystic powers with his staff.

    4. The wise man (hide) the staff between two mountains in the Himalayas.

    5. The witch (bring) the shadows and cast a freezing spell on the old man.

    6. The wizard was stuck in an iceberg and had been (forget) .

    7. The witch (try) to find the staff to turn humanity to stone.

    8. Meanwhile, the magician (drift) in the forbidden waters.

    9. The witch was (beat) by the powerful wizard.

    10. After a few years spent in searching, she had (quit) her quest of doom.

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