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She (tidy) up the room every day.
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“I love you”, John says to Mary.
A. John tells to Mary he loves her
B. ohn tells Mary: “He loves her”
C. John tells Mary he loves her.
D. John said Mary he loves her.
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Complete the sentence with the future perfect form:
“Thomas and Jeremy ___ by lunch time.”
A. Will have arrived
B. Will arrive
C. Will be arriving
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