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A katedrán:

Which sentence is correct?

Which sentence is correct?

  1. What are you do?
  2. What will do you do?.
  3. What are you doing?
  4. What have you do?

Which sentence is correct?

  1. He is leaving school in June, and he will have going to America.
  2. He would leaving school in June, and he will have going to America.
  3. He was leaving school in June, and he will be go to America.
  4. He is leaving school in June, and he will be going to America.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. I want you to come along with me.
  2. I am wanting you to come along with me.
  3. I want you that come along with me.
  4. I am wanting you that come along with me.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. It's no good in waiting for him, because he never comes.
  2. It's no good waiting for him, because he never comes.
  3. It's no good from waiting for him, because he never to come.
  4. It's no good wait for him, because he never comes.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. Life in the country is more slow than city life.
  2. New York is much more dangerous than my village.
  3. Paris is more big than Budapest.
  4. Paris is much more big than Budapest.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. The man from standing behind the house is my father.
  2. The man to stand behind the house is my father.
  3. The man standing behind the house is my father.
  4. The man that standing behind the house is my father.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. The king has mercy in spite of the knight.
  2. The king may have mercy about the knight.
  3. The king has mercy with the knight.
  4. The king had mercy on the knight.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. As long as the sun shines brightly, I am happy.
  2. As long the sun shines brightly, I am happy.
  3. By long as the sun shines brightly, I am happy.
  4. Therefore the sun shines brightly, I am happy.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. She asked how he had done it.
  2. She asked how he has done it.
  3. She asked how he did it.
  4. She asked how he had do it.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. I have to my car repair.
  2. I have my car repaired.
  3. I have had my car repair.
  4. I am have my car repaired.



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