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01. present continuous - We are enjoying the dance. (are enjoying)
02. past simple - He broke the furniture. (broke)
03. past continuous - At 9 o’clock this morning I was driving to school. (was driving)
04. past perfect - Frank had finished his lunch when I arrived. (had finished)
05. present simple - Jack Bauer works for the Counter Terrorist Unit. (works)
06. present perfect continuous - I’ve been searching for the DVD since I came home. (have been searching)
07. present perfect - John has had a cold for six days. (has had)
08. past simple - Mike and Sarah lived in Honolulu for three years. (lived)
09. future simple - I’ll talk to the man myself. (will talk)
10. future with 'going to' - She says she’s going to be the next French president! (is going to be)
11. present continuous - The population of Zimbabwe is growing fast. (is growing)
12. future perfect continuous - We’ll have been awaiting her reply for five months next Tuesday. (will have been awaiting)
13. past simple - She put on an evening gown. (put on)
14. present perfect - Rachel has never seen a living rhino in her entire life. (has never seen)
15. past perfect continuous - Clive had been laughing for so long that he got hiccups. (had been laughing)
16. future continuous - I’ll be seeing a physician at that time tomorrow. (will be seeing)
17. future perfect - The doctor will have retired by next year. (will have retired)
18. present simple - You know her well, don’t you? (know)
19. future continuous - The act is going on a world tour next year. (is going)
20. past perfect - She hadn’t said a sentence until her husband arrived. (hadn't said)

Okay. Here are my thoughts:

01. CORRECT

02. CORRECT

03. CORRECT - GUARANTEED CORRECT

04. CORRECT

05. CORRECT

06. CORRECT

07. CORRECT

08. CORRECT

09. CORRECT

10. CORRECT - GUARANTEED CORRECT

11. CORRECT

12. CORRECT

13. CORRECT

14. CORRECT

15. CORRECT

16. CORRECT

17. CORRECT

18. CORRECT - GUARANTEED CORRECT

19. UNSURE

20. UNSURE

As a personal note I would like to mention that these set of questions have appeared in an exam of a TEFL course I am currently doing and I have already submitted these answers (which is why I know only one is wrong - I am happy with 99% on the entire test)... however, I did not get told which one of these was wrong (so, how can I learn?). You will be providing these answers merely to aid me and NOT to answer my exam for me.

Also, I have altered the questions slightly (India to Zimbabwe for example, names and times, et cetera) because I have seen that some people have tried to ask this question without attempting to offer their own suggestions and I can guess as to the reason behind that... so, Google won't help those that try to cheat and I would encourage you to be aware of anything suspiciously similar as you would not be helping them help themselves if you gave them the answers so easily.

Thank you in advance!

Grace Matthews.
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Grace MatthewsNevermind, a moment of clarity just told me that number 19 is the 'present continuous'...=P
You see how that works? Just by putting the question in a form that others can understand, you sometimes find the answer yourself. Emotion: smile

CJ
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Nevermind, a moment of clarity just told me that number 19 is the 'present continuous'...

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Number 19 is incorrect.
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