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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #89571: Throw and Tenses
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    Throw and Tenses

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    1. Peter the stone in his direction and ran away.

    2. Stop trash in the streets. It is forbidden.

    3. Don't this old scarf out! I really need it.

    4. Dorothy suffers from anorexia. She up whatever she eats.

    5. If people rubbish in the lakes, the fish will die.

    6. Last week I cleaned my room. I away my old clothes.

    7. Don't your dirty socks on the floor! I hate when you make a mess!

    8. The bomb went off at 7 o'clock in this building. Three people were out of the window.

    9. His parents were into a very difficult situation ten years ago.

    10. This little boy his cuddly toy on the ground.

    11. The rider from his horse was seriously injured.

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