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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #52232: Verbs of perception
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    Verbs of perception


    hearHave you heard that cry? smellThis smoke smells terrible.
    feel Do you still feel hungry? soundThis opera sounds boring.
    listen toShe is listening to music. seeWhen I saw the house, I loved it.
    lookLook! There is a nice bird flying. tasteCould you taste this soup?
    seemDoesn't that seem strange to you? watchWe sat and watched the sunset.

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    1. Can you see the baby on all fours?

    2. You shouldn't laugh when you see people on banana skins.

    3. Have you heard

    4. We have bought a marble table. It's nice but it cold.

    5. Did you see

    6. Fireworks giant flowers.

    7. I don't like beer, it bitter.

    8. Stop it! That violin awful.

    9. This perfume roses.

    10. My cat's fur is like velvet to me when I it.

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