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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #62035: Marvellous day
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    Marvellous day


    Complete the poem with the right tenses.



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    1. Yesterday (to be) a sunny day.

    2. Many flowers (to grow) on my way.

    3. A red one (to say) to me:

    4. (to love) yourself

    5. and (to stay) free.

    6. An orange one (to show) me the way

    7. and said: ' (to be) generous every day !'

    8. A daffodil grew in a willow. And (to give) me wisdom with its yellow.

    9. Green was all over while I (to walk)

    10. and peace inside my heart (to grow).

    11. The wide blue sky (to invade) my mind,

    12. And all my thoughts (to become) so kind.

    13. Indigo (to wear) the deepest night,

    14. And (to make) me able to see inside.

    15. At last I (to meet) a violet,

    16. And then my love (to never/leave).









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