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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #17227: Past tense or past perfect
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    Past tense or past perfect

    Complete with the right tense.

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    1. The meeting was at nine o'clock. When I (arrive) at ten, the meeting had finished.

    2. When we got to the airport, I realized that I (leave)my passport at home.

    3. He didn't realize that he had gone through a red light, until a policeman (stop) him.

    4. They didn't want to go to the cinema because they (see) the film the week before.

    5. Barbara (change) so much that I didn't recognize her.

    6. The next day, she moved away, as she (plan) to.

    7. They wondered where she (go).

    8. When she had cried for half an hour she (begin) to feel better.

    9. For three weeks she behaved as if nothing (change).

    10. She (take) the news as calmly as if she had expected it.

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