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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #19602: Auxiliaries and verbs
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: BE, HAVE, DO, DID, WAS... [Change theme]
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    Auxiliaries and verbs


    Fill in the blanks with 'do', 'be' or 'have' in the appropriate form .





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    1. they always have dinner so early when they are at home ?

    2. How many times she failed her driving test ?

    3. She always do what her parents tell her.

    4. you had enough to eat ?

    5. She's a real fan, and she has all the records they ever made.

    6. What incidentally mean ?

    7. You not still thinking about him, are you ?

    8. Not a day goes by when I wonder where he is.

    9. How this happen ? the policeman asked the car drivers.

    10. He always been very successful in his work.

    11. you finished your homework yet ? Hurry up !

    12. you going to watch that video now ?

    13. Personally, I don't think I could ever do what she done !

    14. Mike, you see them at the pub last night ?

    15. Dieting probably improve one's lifespan.









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