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    Hi, pls help me for these questions:
    Use simple present or present continuous

    1. the play (begin)………………now.
    2. children (learn)……….faster when they are interested in what they (study)…………
    3. I sometimes (forget) …….to take my keys when I (leave)……..the house.
    4. I (see)……..some children outside.
    For these sentences use past continuous if possible.
    1. they opened the new store last week.
    2. they borrowed some money from the bank.
    3. the telephone rang all day long.
    4. he got to the platform just as the train left.
    5. at the beginning of the semester,we reviewed all of last year’s work.
    6. we were in the middle of the desert when we ran out of gas.
    Thanks alot

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    Re: question

    1. begins
    2. learn...are studying
    3. forget...leave
    4. see

    1. were opening
    2. were borrowing
    3. was ringing
    4. was getting
    5. were reviewing
    6. were running

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