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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126126: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses

    Complete the sentences with the right verbs.

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    1. Look Mum ! I a lemon pie ! (to bake)

    2. The English football players the Ukrainians for the semi-final. (to beat)

    3. Marie by a bee or a wasp. She has a significant oedema in her face. (to sting)

    4. I into a former colleague in a store this morning ! (to bump)

    5. If you her, you wouldn't have recognised her ! (to see)

    6. He the lead of the peloton during the whole bike race. (to keep)

    7. Two years ago, he the world record of free diving. (to win)

    8. She English in a high school for thirty years. (to teach)

    9. With that rainy weather, grass and ivy too quickly and have invaded the garden and the walls of the house. (to grow)

    10. They called to say they 'd be late. They their train.(to miss)

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