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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #87969: See and Tenses
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    See and Tenses

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    1. - How many times have you this film? - Three or four times.

    2. We each other only at weekends.

    3. I am sorry, but the doctor is not more patients.

    4. Yesterday, I him walking along the beach. He wasn't alone there.

    5. I the football match last year at this stadium. I was there with my friends.

    6. Did you a little girl enter the building?

    7. When are you going to visit me? I'm looking forward to you.

    8. Greg is optimistic and he only the positive side of life.

    9. Where are you? It's too dark and I can't you.

    10. -Have you your grandparents recently? - No, I haven't.

    11. I lions, tigers and elephants in Africa last year.

    12. I hope you how very easy this test is.

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