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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119458: Tenses and verbs
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    Tenses and verbs


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    1. She often (go) shopping at weekends.

    2. My sister (work) as a waitress.

    3. I often (listen) to a great radio show on my way to work.

    4. Tom's not here. He's out, (visit) his mother.

    5. She (be) living here for 2 years but she moved last week.

    6. They (work) on the project at the moment.

    7. Do you still (belong) to the tennis club?

    8. I never (see) Tim anymore. What a shame!

    9. I always (play) football after work.

    10. We (do) a lot of volunteer work, which is very useful.









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