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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #17650: Time clauses
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    Time clauses

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    1. Anybody who will toil to raise money any Sunday afternoon will receive a cup of tea.

    2. He was certified dead arrival at the hospital.

    3. ... when did they allow beardless kids into the saloon bars of that town?...

    4. They will stay at the hotel a few hours.

    5. Our journey ended as we arrived sunset.

    6. Science will have important impacts on our lives the next century.

    7. They don't have the fundamentals to implement the requirement present.

    8. When I informed her, she said she would come that evening.

    9. He was at St Andrew's College only Wednesday mornings.

    10. The results are expected a few months.

    11. He was arrested September 19th.

    12. … just time for Christmas. (with enough time to spare)

    13. They offer domestic workers things to do a Sunday.

    14. It was uncertain whether that competition would start time. (neither late nor early)

    15. We were in front of the TV Sunday night as the advert appeared.

    16. Horse races took place here the Middle Ages.

    17. .... Easter, they'll attend a conference...

    18. They are expecting a baby the summer.

    19. ... a weekly news conference, they said it had been 'an unfortunate incident'.

    20. They were angry that they sat their exams April to May.

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