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    Right tense

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    1. There doesn't seem (be) anyone here.

    2. There (be) an accident here! Can you call an ambulance?

    3. There's been an explosion, and the factory (destroyed)!

    4. What did she think she (do) when she married him? Oh, he's not so bad.

    5. Excuse me, is this seat (take)?

    6. I used (be) a taxi driver, which is similar to being a publican.

    7. It's a good time for (trade) at the moment.

    8. Our main trade is lager and bitter, although we (sell) continental beers too.

    9. You've got to be prepared (work) long hours in this trade.

    10. Let's talk about (go) out for the evening.Do you go to the cinema much?

    11. The law states that you shouldn't (serve) anybody who looks like they're drunk.

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