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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66897: English verbs: more tense practice
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    English verbs: more tense practice


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    1. I (live) in California for 15 years.

    2. Sam (live) in several different European countries in the past.

    3. We all (live) in France before we moved to the US.

    4. By 2010, you (live) in the US for 20 years!

    5. Cinderella and the prince got married and (live) happily ever after.

    6. This band (sing) the same songs for 10 years.

    7. There's nothing new here for me, I (sing) all of these songs before, at one time or another.

    8. Frank Sinatra (sing) all of these songs before Elvis did.

    9. The tenor (sing) his highest note when the chandelier fell down.

    10. Watch this video just once, and you (sing) the theme song all day.









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