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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #23411: Contractions
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    Turn the verbs in brackets into the correct tense using contractions.
    example: He *(have got) a book -> He's got a book

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    She (have got) two brothers and she (do/ not) get on with either of them.

    He has no brothers or sisters, he (be) an only child.

    We (be/ not) interested in the film yesterday,

    so, we (do/ not) stay until the end. He (do/not) go to the party because he had a cold.

    (they/get) married when (they/ have) saved enough money.

    John (be/ not) sure where Jill is.

    (she /be) feeding the dog because (it /be) always fed at six o'clock.

    I (do /not) want them to know who I am.

    (do /you/ not) understand what I am saying ?

    (where /be) the man ?

    (who/ have) been to New Zealand ?

    I (do /not) know where the post office is.

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