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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84617: Choose the correct tense
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    Choose the correct tense

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    1. When did you learn how to paint? -I (learn) how to paint last year.

    2. When did you travel to London? -We (travel) to London last year.

    3. Paul (forget) his pen last night. He is so upset because it was his favourite.

    4. I was busy when the phone (ring) 2 hours ago.

    5. Mary (be) in London since 1999 and she plans to stay for the rest of her life.

    6. Let's go later. I (listen) to music right now.

    7. George, where are you? -We (play) soccer at Buffalo Stadium at the moment. Do you want to join us?

    8. I am sick so I don't know if I will be able to (come) to the meeting.

    9. I (be) so frustrated right now! Everything is going wrong today.

    10. Tell him that we (leave) tomorrow night.

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