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  1. Match the following verbs in bold type with a suitable tense:
    1. I have never been abroad.
    2. It is raining right now.
    3. They live in the country.
    4. By the time we arrived to the stadium, the match had already started.
    5. Did you travel last summer?
    6. She will probably arrive tonight.
    7. We will have finished before you arrive.
    8. While we were having dinner, the lights went out.                 A. Simple pre.
    9. Where do you live?                                                            B. Present cont.
    10. He doesn’t get up early on Sundays.                                    C. Simple Past
    11. We shall be studying physics at this same time tomorrow.      D. Past cont.
    12. What are you doing?                                                           E. Simple Fu.
    13. I’m listening to classical music.                                            F. Future Cont.
    14. After she had cleaned the house, she prepared lunch.             G. Present Per.
    15. Where were you yesterday morning?                                     H. Past Perf.
    16. I was at home.                                                                    I.   Future Per.
    17. What were you doing?
    18. I was revising for the next test.
    19. When I got home, my parents had already eaten dinner.
    20. How often does he read the newspaper?
    21. She rarely helps her mother.
    22. What time will you leave?
    23. Are you busy now?
    24. My mother was cooking dinner while I was doing my homework.
    25. He has just finished his work.
    26. They will have covered the program by the end of May.
    27. I’ll be reading when you arrive.
    28. As soon as the bell rang, the students left the classroom.
    29. Have you ever seen an elephant?
    30. Does he ever smoke?
    31. He has already had breakfast.
    32. What do you do?
    33. What did you do last night?
    34. What’s the matter with you?
    35. They haven’t got time to fix the car.
    36. He usually believes you.
    37. Previous climbers had cut steps in the ice
    38.  Somebody had cleaned my shoes and brushed my suit.

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