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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18730: Prepositions
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    1. I have been learning English I was a child.

    2. He is graduated,but he has not found a job yet.

    3. She has been married five years so far.

    4. Have you finished reading that book ?

    5. I haven't seen my best friend ages.

    6. I have been waiting for you sunrise.

    7. Has your neighbour got retired or not yet?

    8. Don't clean the board, please, we haven't finished copying

    9. I haven't drunk tea more than I can remember

    10. They have known each other childhood.









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