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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #2313: Complete the sentences
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    Complete the sentences

    Complete the sentences with ONE of the words between brackets.

    Exemple : If I ------ a cat, I wouldn't like dogs. (should - were - wouldn't - am not)

    The answers are: (should - were - wouldn't - am not)
    The correct answer is: WERE

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    1. Mary and Georges didn't go home the party was over.

    2. If I find you sleeping one more time, you a job anywhere.

    3. - Why is John working so much ? - He's saving money he can buy a car.

    4. - Dinner's ready. Can we eat ? - Let's wait until Robert .

    5. Jim and Betty had dinner at Emilio's they went to the concert.

    6. I'm not good at maths, , I'll keep trying.

    7. - Did you like living in a big city ? - Yes, I did. I really missed it at first here.

    8. There is a teacher at Tina's school in seven different countries.

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