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    Write and Tenses

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    1. This famous writer some very interesting spy novels some years ago.

    2. How many books did Jack London ? Who knows?

    3. I am this letter to ask for your help. I would like to borrow some money from you.

    4. These old letters were by my grandfather in 1930.

    5. Ernest Hemingway 'The Old Man and the Sea'.

    6. How long have you been this important report?

    7. Could you tell me how to a love letter?

    8. This is the man who music for films.

    9. Call him as soon as possible. His telephone number is here.

    10. Mary has fallen in love with John. She a letter to him every Saturday.

    11. I to Tom because I missed him so much!

    12. Has she ever a love letter to her husband?

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