Be Used To Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. She was used to my way of it: here might be something new. (past)
  • 2. He had been a kind and considerate employer-not quite what Ames was used to, perhaps; but one can't have everything. (past)
  • 3. She was used to boys and brothers, and felt none of the shyness that often made Margaret's tongue trip and stammer in spite of her two years' advantage. (past)
  • 4. They were bushmen themselves, and they were used to this silent warfare, though the devices were different from those employed by them in their own bush. (past)
  • 5. The curves I judging belong to a different game. (present simple)
  • 6. Her good looks were those of the family, and Kenminster them. (past)
  • 7. She the sight of blood. (past/not)
  • 8. In lieu of these the tongue revenge an evil. (present simple)
  • 9. She the lack of manners in the children she taught, that this one seemed no worse than usual. (past/so)
  • 10. He a life in the open and the rising wind was very deceptive. (past/not)
  • 11. Many of the sufferings undergone by us on this voyage were no doubt unavoidable, and many of the recruits a hard life-nevertheless, many of the things they endured were the result of an intentional deficiency of care taking and of a great greed. (past)
  • 12. The indifference of native crowds he ; but this strong loneliness among white men preyed on him. (past)
  • 13. I know she's read a great deal, and you've made her think herself intellectual-but the very simple-heartedness of the way she would show out her reading would make such a young man see that she wasn't like the girls he . (past)
  • 14. Persons who have tried it say that riding a Camel, a little Donkey, or a rail, is exceedingly disagreeable until you it, and there are various other styles of progression which are not nearly so comfortable as walking. (present simple)
  • 15. He these solemn talks, he told himself irately. (past/not)
  • 16. But he was not frightened, for you know Diamond things that were rather out of the way. (past)
  • 17. It's nothing when you it. (present simple)
  • 18. They the darkness now; Pete obeyed the white man's shouts. (past)
  • 19. Now she their solemn absence, and sufficiently at one with her own humble way of life, letting her few acres at the halves, and earning a dollar here and there with her clever fingers. (past)
  • 20. It was a remedy she , for she had taken it off and on ever since she was sixteen. (past)


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