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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20101: What's the correct verb form?
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    What's the correct verb form?

    Complete with the right verb.

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    1. Please wait. I (not/finish) eating yet.

    2. I (buy) this book three days ago.

    3. They (invite) me to dinner last week.

    4. We (see) her several times recently.

    5. I (never ski) until that time.

    6. I (work) for three hours when I suddenly became sick.

    7. I had never (see) such a beautiful house.

    8. I'm sorry to have kept you (wait) for so long.

    9. My brother has stopped (try) to learn German.

    10. The girl (stand) near the tree is my sister.

    11. I was tired after walking so far, so I stopped (take) a rest.

    12. It is necessary for us (learn) how to speak English.

    13. You must be tired of (do) the same thing over and over.

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