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  No.1TEST PAPER  1.Put the verbs in brackets into the passive:Today the harbour …(1) (use)… mainly by pleasure craft and fjord fishing boats.ccasionally! a smallish freighter or cutter may moor at the pier. f a coaster …(#) (sight)…! it$ill be one of the %orth &ea shipyard. &everal ships …(') (build)… there every year.very day at :'* a.m. an auction …(+) (hold)… at the ne$ red $ooden building at theharbour,s edge. There is no shortage of fish. verything …(-) (catch)…. The fish …() (sell)…to the highest bidder and everybody is $elcome to bid. The fish auction is a lively affair and …(/) (attend)… every day by both local people and visitors.#.Put the verbs into the correct form (past perfect simple).The storm destroyed the sandcastle that $e (build). 0e (not  be)to 2ape To$n before 1/. 3hen she $ent out to play! she (do  already)her home$ork. 4y brother ate all of the cake that our mum (make). The doctor took off the plaster that he (put on)si5 $eeks before. '. Translate into 6omanian:&he $anted to have a sleepover party on her eleventh birthday. 7ressed in pyjamas! the girls $ere all lying on the beds talking. The cassettes $as playing! all the cakes and pi88a $ere gone. 9ut $hen turned the light off and got do$nstairs the pillo$ fight started.+. 3rite the past form and the past perfect form of: go understand $rite hear mean meet  No.2TEST PAPER  1.Put the verbs into the correct form (past perfect simple).The $aiter brought a drink that (not  order). could not remember the poem $e (learn)the $eek before. The children collected the chestnuts that (fall)from the tree. (he  phone);ngie before he $ent to see her in <ondon= &he (not  ride)a horse before that day.#.Put the verbs in brackets into the passive:Today the harbour …(1) (use)… mainly by pleasure craft and fjord fishing boats.ccasionally! a smallish freighter or cutter may moor at the pier. f a coaster …(#) (sight)…! it$ill be one of the %orth &ea shipyard. &everal ships …(') (build)… there every year.very day at :'* a.m. an auction …(+) (hold)… at the ne$ red $ooden building at theharbour,s edge. There is no shortage of fish. verything …(-) (catch)…. The fish …() (sell)…to the highest bidder and everybody is $elcome to bid. The fish auction is a lively affair and …(/) (attend)… every day by both local people and visitors.'. Translate into 6omanian:&he $anted to have a sleepover party on her eleventh birthday. 7ressed in pyjamas! the girls $ere all lying on the beds talking. The cassettes $as playing! all the cakes and pi88a $ere gone. 9ut $hen turned the light off and got do$nstairs the pillo$ fight started.+. 3rite the past form and the past perfect form of: kno$ see $rite feel eat fall think 
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