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PUT THE VERBS INTO THE CORRECT TENSE :
1-We ------------------------—(wait) for an hour and our dance teacher still isn’t here.
2-My fingers are sore because I------------------(practice) the guitar all morning .
3- -----------------------------------(you/follow) the new series that’s on TV at the moment?
4-Kuke says he -------------------------(never/meet) anybody who plays the xylophone.
5-People ----------------------------- ---(collect) valuable things since ancient times.
6-Peter ----------------------------(write) five books about fishing.
7-Greetings from Cairo! I –--------------------- (be) here since Monday and I –-----------------------(already/do) lots of things! I –----------------------------—(already/visit)the Khan al-Khalili bazaar.We -----------—(visit) it on Tuesday.I--------------- (buy) some lovely handmade souvenirs there.I--------------------- (also see) the Pyramids and the Sphinx at Giza.I ------------------(see) them yesterday. I-------------—(go) to a trational restaurant.My friend ---------------(take) me there last nigh There are lots of things I-----------------------—(not do) yet.ı ------------------ ---(be) on a boat trip down the River Nile yet,and I ----------------------------(visit) the Egyptian Museum.
8-Sam is tired .He ------------------------(work) since morning.
9-He is sunburnt.He ----------------------------(lie) in the sun for hours
10-Samanta ----------------------------(ski) since she was a child.
11-I--------------------------—(go) on holiday to Italy for four years.
12-They ---------------------------(work) on this Project since Monday
13-All the students -----------------------------(revise) for the final exams for three days
14-Tim -------------------------(make) ten phone calls since this morning.
15-Life on the tiny Carribean island of Antigua------------------- (be) the same for centuries.The
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