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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #71699: Right tense and verb
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    Right tense and verb

    Complete the questions according to the answers .

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    A Where ____ you born ? B In Casablanca.

    The right answer would be 'were' => Where were you born?

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    1. A What you do last night? B I stayed at home and watched television.

    2. A What kind of books you like reading? B Horror stories and science fiction.

    3. A you ever been to the United States? B Yes, I have. I went there last year.

    4. A What the teacher doing? B He's helping Maria with this exercise.

    5. A What your mother do? B She works in a bank.

    6. A Why you do your homework last night? B Because I didn't feel well.

    7. A What you doing next weekend? B I'm going to a party.

    8. A you got a TV in your bedroom? B No, I haven't.Just a CD player.

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