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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #32379: To swim
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    To swim


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    1. After she ate a big lunch with her friends.

    2. Mr. Jones has never here.

    3. Have you ever seen your sister .

    4. Have you ever in the evening?

    5. John and Peter like .

    6. Can Paola as well as Arthur?

    7. If James , I will swim too.

    8. Joel has been all morning.

    9. When do you enjoy the most?

    10. Is it okay if I don't today?

    11. You shouldn't by yourself.

    12. How much longer will you be ?

    13. How many hours a day did you spend ?

    14. Would you like next Sunday?

    15. If Mary doesn't , I won't swim either.

    16. Do you like ?

    17. Do you ever in the evening?

    18. Are you good at ?

    19. Dick the day before yesterday.

    20. Since I have been in this pool I've seen no friend.









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