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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #99212: Correct form of verbs
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    Correct form of verbs

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    1. Before going to his office my father always (have) a cup of tea.

    2. By the time you reach home, I (clean) the room.

    3. They (know) each other for a long time.

    4. You had better (leave) me alone.

    5. One of the thieves (catch) red-handed on the spot yesterday.

    6. John and Mona (watch) a film right now.

    7. Their friends (listen) to music at the same time.

    8. Yesterday I (hear) a loud noise upstairs.

    9. If he (have) a story book, he would have lent you one.

    10. Neither the captain nor the players (invite) to the party last Sunday.

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