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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #6648: Complete with the right verb
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    Complete with the right verb

    Complete the sentences with the verbs in the right tense and form.

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    1. I (not to be) to England for quite a long time.

    2. The first time I (to go) to England, I was very young.

    3. When I was in England, I (to make) many friends.

    4. I (to be) still in touch with quite a few of them.

    5. I (to expect) to see some of them soon.

    6. Actually, I (to organize) a meeting with all my English friends for next summer.

    7. We (to expect) to be at least 50 people.

    8. The meeting (to take place) in August.

    9. We (not to find) a place yet for our meeting.

    10. However, I am sure it (to be) fun to see these old friends again.

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