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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #46531: Yesterday/today/tomorrow
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    I saw geese flying north on my way to school morning.
    Sorry I can't help you , I have a lot to do, but I can give you a hand .
    I am overworked and my boss wants me to finish the project first thing morning!
    We are celebrating our wedding anniversary .
    We have been married for 25 years now but I can remember the wedding as if it were .
    -What a pretty girl! How old is Sonia?
    - Still ten but is her birthday, she will be eleven.
    -Where is Betty?
    -I don't think Betty has come in yet because I haven't seen her at all .
    I don't know where Betty is today. I haven't seen her since .
    Would you like to know where Betty will be ?
    She will be lying on the beach.
    Do you remember that song? ... all my troubles seemed so far away...

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