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    Verbs and tenses

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    1. I (go) to school every day except Wednesday.

    2. Lucas (do) his homework badly yesterday.

    3. Monika (swim) in the pool now. Shall we join her?

    4. The sun (shine) brightly today. Let's go for a walk!

    5. The birds (fly) into the sky when the car drove past.

    6. She usually (talk) with her teacher every day.

    7. While we were talking, I (give) her a present.

    8. Mary (fly) to France tonight with her fiancé.

    9. Lucas, come here the telephone (ring) !

    10. Jack and Richard (play) tennis yesterday when I arrived.

    11. Boys (like) playing with balls.

    12. Girls like playing with dolls, but that girl (like) playing with pistols.

    13. We (watch) TV in the evenings.

    14. Mum (do) the shopping at the moment.

    15. Jane often (go) for a walk in the park.

    16. Ethan's dog (bark) at me every time.

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