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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121973: Past perfect simple or continuous
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    English exercise "Past perfect simple or continuous" created by zilazila with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from zilazila]
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    1. She got a very good mark in maths because she very hard.

    2. Her brother for 10 years before he quit.

    3. They for five hours before they reached home.

    4. The flood so quickly that people didn't notice.

    5. After the jolly old man some coffee, his wife woke up.

    6. That man for two hours when his grandfather arrived.

    7. By the time he found his pen, his mother for it for 20 minutes.

    8. No need to tell me, I about it for a while.

    9. She long before she fell down.

    10. By the time the doctor arrived, the old man a lot of food.

    11. Before I woke up, my children .

    12. How long ?

    13. She didn't eat anything until her mother working.

    14. I an email to my friend when the power went off.

    15. After the passenger out, the taxi driver found some money.

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