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    Choose the right tense

    Write the verbs in the right tense.

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    1. In 1970, I (see) the Beatles in London.

    2. He had disappeared before the sun (rise).

    3. He (play) football every Sunday afternoon.

    4. He (read) Hamlet by Shakespeare when she arrived.

    5. Yesterday, he (swim) across the channel.

    6. He (be) in hospital for two weeks.

    7. It (cost) 10£ one month ago.

    8. In the past, he (like) dancing.

    9. He (leave) since Tuesday.

    10. I (write) to my cousin yesterday.

    11. It (rain) for days.

    12. Sam (have) a stroke last Monday.

    13. I (live) in Paris for two years.

    14. I (do) my homework right now.

    15. I had spent three days in the forest before they (find) me.

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