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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #96049: Verbs and tenses
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    Verbs and tenses

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    1. We (to spend / usually) our summer holidays on the Mediterranean coast.

    2. What is Paul doing ? He (to play) the piano for three hours !! I have had enough of listening to his scales !

    3. My friends (to live) in Japan for only a week when the Tsunami hit.

    4. Yesterday evening, I (to see) the film ' Skyfall '. Have you seen it ?

    5. No, I (to see) it yet.

    6. He said that he (to break) his glasses when he fell down.

    7. In autumn, trees (to lose) their leaves.

    8. It's imperative that the problem (to be) discussed with the co-owners !

    9. If he had insisted I (to agree) to help him.

    10. The President (to announce / just) the social reforms on TV. Have you seen him ?

    11. Mary (to avoid) me since the beginning of the year. I don't know why she refuses to talk to me.

    12. He thinks he will be able to buy a house when the economic recession (to be) over.

    13. Last Sunday, the New York Marathon (to cancel).

    14. - (to see / you) the robin on the gate? -Yes I'm looking at it!

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