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    Verbs and tenses

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    1. Yvonne English every day. She is a very hard-working girl.

    2. How long has she been English for? - For 4 years now.

    3. If her sister Ela is having problems with English grammar, she will be pleased to her.

    4. Unfortunately, Ela prefers to to disco clubs rather than study.

    5. Her sister would rather she didn't all her money in pubs.

    6. If the girl had more when she was at school, she would be better at English now than her sister.

    7. However, she preferred to at the beach all day instead of learning English.

    8. I have never such a lazy girl!

    9. I will be sad if she doesn't her life!

    10. It's necessary for her to English grammar as good as her sister.

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