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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123204: Correct verbs
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Infinitive | Find the correct tense [Change theme]
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    Correct verbs


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    1. It is possible for my brother up eggplants. (pick)

    2. It is important preventive instructions for the control of the epidemic. (follow)

    3. It is possible numerous people that you need for your factory. (hire)

    4. To prevent the spread of contagious disease, it is necessary for everyone their hands with warm water and soap. (wash)

    5. It is possible for her grandfather sounds after using hearing aids. (hear)

    6. She is glad that her son has lost some extra weight. (see)

    7. It is impossible for me in this polluted air. (breathe)

    8. Is it possible for you alone on a remote island? (live)

    9. It is essential for everyone first aid. (learn)

    10. I'm glad that some people have survived from the deadly disease. (hear)









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