English Grammar Test Series: Tenses
- Hardly had the minister finished his speech when gunshots —- (storm) the stadium.
- Everybody will be at the office at about 08:30 tomorrow as the meeting —- (start) at nine o’clock.
- That candidate who we had been interviewed before we —- (speak) to all the others is still my favorite.
- While climbing onto the mountain top, I —- (encounter) a strange animal which I’d never seen before.
- The chairman was sure that his plan would work out fine as no other member —- (oppose) it up to that time.
- I wasn’t surprised to hear that Monica —- (have) an accident as she is a very reckless driver.
- Since the very first day when the Umbrella Company embarked upon such a dangerous and risky lab-research, very strange incidents —- (take place) within the research complex.
- Urbanization —- (always / be) a problem which causes several environmental challenges ever since the rate of migration —- (increase) after the industrial revolution.
- When I —- (come) home this evening, my parents had gone out for a walk.
- By the time the troops —- (arrive), the war will have ended.
- By the year 2020, linguists —- (study) the Indy-European language family for more than 200 years.
- Gasoline —- (become) a major problem for people for the last ten years, therefore, during this time many people have preferred to sell their cars and buy smaller ones.
- By the time he was 14, Wolfgang Mozart —- (compose) an enviable number of musical pieces.
- Nothing in my life —- (be) so strong to stop me achieve my goals so far and i don’t think anything will be.
- Archaeologists —- (explain) recently that an ancient underground city around Cappadocia has long wide corridors where there are many special areas for making cheese and wine.
- I was amazed when he accepted a drink, since I —- (always / assume) that he was a teetotaler.
- I —- (play) tennis tomorrow but I won’t be able to do that because I have injured my right ankle.
- We —- (visit) the seashore many times before but last summer we enjoyed ourselves more than ever.
- According to a survey, thousands of vending machines —- (have to be converted) before the new coins have come into circulation.
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