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The examinations ___(will be held/would be held) in the school hall on monday

____(since /after) our last visit, the landscape has undergone much change

I ____just ____ the baby to bed when the telephone suddenly rang. (was carrying/ had carried)

passage on dog's history, use the correct form of the verb-- The early dogs gradually __ (depart) from the tree dwelling habits ....... and ____(take) up .....

"There are usually more girls than boys taking piano lessons," said the receptionist. (what are the mistakes? punctuation or other grammar mistakes)

It was indeed a surprise that I ____ (met, had met, would meet) my primary school teacher, Mrs Loke in New Zealand.

After the meal has been prepared, it ____(is served/is being ) to the guest.

Mrs See ______ (was transferred, had been transferred) to another department last month.

If he continues to be unreasonable, his friends ___(will leave, would leave) him soon.

The squad, ____(being led, led) by the commander, gave a fantastic foot drill demonstration.

If I _____(know, knew, had known, have known) that Ahmad was going to bring along his sister, I would have also brought along my brother.

Somebody ___(has/have) to take over....

The firemen who ____ in the park were part of a civil defence emergency exercise programme.

None of us ___(is/are)......

Neither Lucy nor her classmates______ (plural or singular and why)

What are the correction of the statements below?

After Gillian had finished her dinner, she washes up and goes to bed.

Cloze passage - … great quantities of water also circulate ___ temporarily or permanently in the more concentrated flow of streams and river.
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Please try to answer them yourself first, Anon.
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anonymousThe examinations ___(will be held/would be held) in the school hall on monday
____(since /after) our last visit, the landscape has undergone much change
I ____just ____ the baby to bed when the telephone suddenly rang. (was carrying/ had carried)
passage on dog's history, use the correct form of the verb-- The early dogs gradually __ (depart) from the tree dwelling habits ....... and ____(take) up .....
"There are usually more girls than boys taking piano lessons," said the receptionist. (what are the mistakes? punctuation or other grammar mistakes)
It was indeed a surprise that I ____ (met, had met, would meet) my primary school teacher, Mrs Loke in New Zealand.
After the meal has been prepared, it ____(is served/is being ) to the guest.
Mrs See HAD BEEN TRANSFERRED (was transferred, had been transferred) to another department last month.
If he continues to be unreasonable, his friends ___(will leave, would leave) him soon.
The squad, ____(being led, led) by the commander, gave a fantastic foot drill demonstration.
If I _____(know, knew, had known, have known) that Ahmad was going to bring along his sister, I would have also brought along my brother.
Somebody ___(has/have) to take over....
The firemen who ____ in the park were part of a civil defence emergency exercise programme.
None of us ___(is/are)......
Neither Lucy nor her classmates______ (plural or singular and why)
What are the correction of the statements below?
After Gillian had finished her dinner, she washes up and goes to bed.
Cloze passage - … great quantities of water also circulate ___ temporarily or permanently in the more concentrated flow of streams and river.