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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #26714: Last, the last, next, the next.
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Adverbs [Change theme]
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    Last, the last, next, the next.

    Last, the last, next, the next.


    I saw that film last week.

    She went to Australia last year.



    The last year has been difficult.

    That was the last time I had seen her.



    I'll leave for Canada next week.

    We'll go abroad next year.



    I'm going to be very busy the next week.

    She has missed the train. She'll catch the next one.


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    1. summer, I went to Russia.

    2. person to arrive late will be sent away.

    3. 'The tempest ' was play written by Shakespeare.

    4. She was to come and the first to go away.

    5. Will you be at school Tuesday?

    6. The weather was very bad in week of his holidays.

    7. time you come please telephone first.

    8. I'll come to see you Saturday.

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