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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #50958: Right verbs
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    Right verbs

    Choose the right verb.

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    1. Excuse-me Sir, could you help me? I for a bank.

    2. What ? I worked in a bookshop, but now I'm retired.

    3. Bob last week? He has bought a fantastic car.

    4. When we came back home the children TV. They should have been doing their homework.

    5. If I enough money, I'd buy a new car. This one is really too old.

    6. Are you still having a party on Saturday? Yes, I enjoy my friends.

    7. Oh Sonia, you look terrible! You see a doctor.

    8. Paul to drink alcohol, but he does now.

    9. What about Betty? I expected the job, but alas...

    10. Would you like to go to the theatre this evening? No,sorry, I stay at home.

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