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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122191: Past perfect continuous
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    Past perfect continuous


    Complete the sentences, using the past perfect continuous in the affirmative.



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    1. The veterinarian (work) all day long, so she didn't want to go to the pool.

    2. Her cousin (sleep) for 5 hours when she woke him.

    3. She (live) in your city for 15 years when her husband left her.

    4. When my parents met each other, my father (work) as a stock clerk for 3 years.

    5. His dog (eat) all day long, so it felt sick.

    6. My little girl was red in the face because she (run) .

    7. It (snow) , and the roof was covered with a lot of snow.

    8. We (build) a house for two years when we got married.

    9. I was extremely tired because I (study) about solar eclipse for hours.

    10. She (cook) for one hour when the baby fell asleep.









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