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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12683: Preterite/present perfect/past perfect
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    Preterite/present perfect/past perfect


    Complete with the right tense.



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    1. When I (arrive),

    2. Peter (talk) on the telephone.

    3. I (be) not surprised.

    4. He (talk) for hours, as usual.

    5. I (listen) to him.

    6. He (tell) a friend of his that

    7. he (plan) a party and

    8. he (ask) him to bring food.

    9. Then, Peter (see) me.

    10. He (not notice) that

    11. I (be) here.

    12. He (stop) talking at once.

    13. Then I (realize) that

    14. it (be) my birthday and that

    15. he (organize) a party for me!

    16. Suddently she (start) crying

    17. for she (hear) a pattering in the passage, the patter of bare feet;

    18. then it (stop)

    19. and she (know) that

    20. there (be) someone outside the door, listening.

    21. She (stare) at it in a panic.

    22. There (be) a soft little knock.









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