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She … win the competition. (maybe not)
D. might not
Conditional Sentence Type 2 Have Been to vs. Have Gone toPersonal Pronoun Western Europe CountriesPresent Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect-ing form and the to-infinitiveFirst ConditionalsPresent/Past/Future Continuous Tense-ing / Infinitive
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After Marshall climbed three flights of stairs, he had to sit down. He was a puffing steam engine.
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Which one is past continuous sentense?
A. Where was she going yesterday?
B. Where is she going yesterday?
C. Where does she go?
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