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1. Nobody ________ the phone when it rang


2. If I ________, I'd have helped.


3. You can't see her because she ________ home


4. She told me she ________ it ages ago.


5. I ________ of it until you mentioned it.



6. No sooner ________ than I realised what was going on.


7. I ________ enough time to finish the exam.


8. No one ________ to do it yet


9. The weather ________ dreadful at the weekend


10. John's nervous because he ________ such a difficult test before


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