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By Enzobeltr | Last updated: Aug 9, 2017
| Total Attempts: 744
If you are an English student out there, this quiz is for you especially dealing with verbs. It is specifically designed to help you find out how much knowledge you have on the use of the particular set of terms.
Questions and Answers
The vendor may have agreed to sell/selling land
The vendor may have agreed to sell land
The vendor may have agreed selling land
Please, remind me to price/pricing those safety items
Please, remind me to price those safety items
Please, remind me pricing those safety items
We congratulated ourselves on to be/ being in that situation
We congratulated ourselves on to be in that situation
We congratulated ourselves on being in that situation
John sat in the boat and insisted on to help/ helping us to row!
John sat in the boat and insisted on helping us to row!
John sat in the boat and insisted on to help us to row!
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