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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5283: For, since, during, yet, etc
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    1. It must be a month we last had a meal together.

    2. We haven't eaten together about a month.

    3. her stay here she made a lot of good friends.

    4. she was staying here, she made a lot of good friends.

    5. Dabizas was injured the last minute of the match ; only 20 seconds left.

    6. I don't know the answer . I'll let you know as soon as I can.

    7. I enjoy this type of music, even though it isn't very fashionable nowadays.

    8. Do you know, I'd never been to Rome our visit together.

    9. Really? I've been there twice this year.

    10. A solution to the problem has not been found.

    11. Of course. However, I haven't been to Milan . I would like to go there.

    12. Oh, I have. I went there about a year .

    13. Just five minutes the train left I was still in a traffic jam.

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