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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #16268: Interrogative or negative form
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    Interrogative or negative form

    Turn into the interrogative form (i) or the negative form (n).

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    English exercise "Interrogative or negative form" created by colchique with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from colchique]
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    1. Peter always finishes work at 6 o'clock.(i)

    2. She knows those girls (n)

    3. I buy a new record every week. (n)

    4. John usually does his work well. (i)

    5. They carry their books to school every day. (i)

    6. Mary wants to wear her new dress. (n)

    7. Mr Johnson washes his car every Saturday. (i)

    8. Jane always listens to the radio in the evening. (i)

    9. Carol is in the garden. (n)

    10. You like English. (i)

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