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She (learn) english at school.
(be) you ever to Germany?
My grand-father (work) in a mine.
I (be) here for 3 weeks and I (have) fish and chips yet.
(read) you ever Hamlet ?
I just (arrive) in Edinburgh.
Queen Victoria (die) in 1901.
We (not show) her the plans yet.
I (meet) him yesterday.
I (see) already that film.
People (suffer) during war.
I never (enjoy) chinese food but last night, I (have) a very good chop-suey at a new chinese restaurant.
Aunt Mary (come) to stay with us last week.
When I was a child, I (hate) fish.
He can't stand up because he (drink) too much.
You can't see her now, she (go) out.
Who (write) Romeo and Juliet?
Susan (leave) me yesterday.
I never (meet) your husband.
I'm sorry to (tell) you that your brother (have) an accident.
I often (go) to Scotland.
I (travel) a lot in my life, but I don't know the USA at all.
He (go) there last thursday.
When I was young, I (play) piano.
She (leave) two hours ago.
I (come ) to britain three weeks ago and I (learn) already a lot of new expressions.
I just (arrive).