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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126410: Simple or V-ing form
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Infinitive | -ing [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Adjectives-ing and ed - Infinitive clause - FOR and its use - Gerund - Infinitive phrase - Infinitive in sentences - Look forward to/be used to - TO + verb base or TO + V + ing
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    Simple or V-ing form


    Choose the right verb.
    Example: I want!
    You can't say I am wanting; you want or you don't want, you can't be wanting.



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    1. He his breakfast right now.

    2. We to Cambridge last week.

    3. She that her teacher is nice.

    4. They what the boy is saying.

    5. Tom tea to coffee.

    6. Wendy to go to the zoo.

    7. They to buy that old car.

    8. Helen her neighbours' dog.

    9. Max the jelly his mother made.

    10. I to have a break.










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