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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121103: There are, there will be, there were
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    1. How many of you ? There are four of us.

    2. How many of them at the party? There will be ten of them at the party.

    3. How many of us in the office yesterday? There were ten of us in the office yesterday.

    4. How many of you were there to dinner? two of us.

    5. How many of your friends will there be in class? twenty of them.

    6. How many of the soldiers were there in the facilities? hundreds of them.

    7. How many of your relatives will there be tomorrow? lots of them.

    8. How many of their dogs at the field? There were four of them.

    9. How many of their cousins will there be at the weeding? , at least, twelve of them.

    10. How many animals were there in the zoo? a lot of them in the zoo.

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