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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #58529: The right form
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    The right form

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    1. If you travel a lot, you can (broad) your experience.

    2. Fishing is an (enjoy) activity.

    3. She is lying (lazy) on the bed.

    4. In cities there are (vary) possibilities to practise hobbies.

    5. Women enjoy (read) about the latest fashions.

    6. My father likes (swim) better than playing football.

    7. (excess) eating leads to fatness.

    8. I prefer (read) a novel to playing cards.

    9. Janet's parents are proud of her because she is the (good) student in her class.

    10. Exercise 3 in that book is the (difficult) of all.

    11. Peter is the (young) member of his family.

    12. His grandson spends most of his free time (play) video games.

    13. I'd rather (go) for a walk than sit here and watch TV.

    14. She is (watch) TV now.

    15. He is becoming (addict) to the internet.

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