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A katedrán:

Which sentence is correct?

Which sentence is correct?

  1. They should being there by now.
  2. They should to be there by now.
  3. They should be there by now.
  4. They should have be there by now.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. While I was reading, my intended was just talking.
  2. I thought you were never come.
  3. While I was walking in the woodland, it rained.
  4. What were you did all day yesterday?

Which sentence is correct?

  1. I could to saying nothing about it.
  2. I could saying nothing about it.
  3. I could to say nothing about it.
  4. I could say nothing about it.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. I have been cleaning the flat at least three hours, when my mother arrived.
  2. I had been cleaning the flat at least three hours, when my mother arrived.
  3. I have been cleaning the flat at least three hours, when my mother has arrived.
  4. I had been cleaning the flat at least three hours, when my mother will have arrived.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. I saw the film the day before yesterday. I did not see it before.
  2. I saw the film the day before yesterday. I had not seen it before.
  3. I have seen the film the day before yesterday. I see it before.
  4. I saw the film the day before yesterday. I have not seen it before.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. The sun is near on rising.
  2. The sun is near to rise.
  3. The sun is near towards setting.
  4. The sun is near setting.

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. I am to going to school.
  2. I am go to school.
  3. I am to go to school.
  4. I am to gone to school.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. Going where you like, I do not mind.
  2. Go where you like, I do not mind.
  3. Go otherwise you like, I do not mind.
  4. Go that you like, I do not mind.

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.



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