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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121026: Never, not only, under no circumstances, no sooner
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Adverbs | Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    1. will I come back to see her again!

    2. the trousers were very ugly, but they were also very expensive!

    3. have I had such a filthy table!

    4. did he arrived late, but also he left the presents at home!

    5. have I seen a thing like that!

    6. had I arrived than I realised it wasn't a working day!

    7. will I come here again if you don't change your attitude!

    8. must you get on the elevator if there is fire!

    9. must you smoke if there is a child here!

    10. must you talk on the phone when you are in the theatre!









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