Get Used To Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. As for Long and Stout, they had got used to lighthouses and monotony. (past perfect)
  • 2. But you will get used to it, if you only stay in a couple of minutes at first, and get accustomed to the chill gradually. (future simple)
  • 3. However, I soon got used to the ideal for the passage now level, now running down, and still always to the southeast, kept going deeper and deeper into the profound abysses of Mother Earth. (past simple)
  • 4. It is difficult for a stranger to get used to this batter, but once used to it he will prefer it to water. (indefinite)
  • 5. Yet this man himself, and he too complained of Marius, and the awful smell of Marius. (past perfect/also)
  • 6. At first this is a shock, and sometimes it is an embarrassment; but one has it, and does. (indefinite)
  • 7. We made up a scheme to hold this wire, so he changed one letter of the alphabet and I soon it; and finally we changed three letters. (past simple)
  • 8. Once they it, it had turned out really handy. (past simple)
  • 9. And now that he her again, James was really very fond of Mary. (past perfect)
  • 10. I've been eleven years without a husband, and I it. (present perfect)
  • 11. I was surprised to find-because it is so hard the change of things in our new life-that all the people went on talking just the same after Uncle sat down. (indefinite)
  • 12. It was startling at first to see a stalwart, coal-black negro stalking along with a Sergeant's chevrons on his arm, or to gaze on a regimental line of dusky faces on dress parade, but we soon it. (past simple)
  • 13. One anything in this world. (can)
  • 14. When she was leaving, she found a few words for me as well, saying Oline was beginning the new contrivances of water-pipes and tap. (indefinite)
  • 15. She it soon; that's the way with us all at first. (future simple)
  • 16. I felt I no longer disliked him: it was certainly not his fault that Providence had given him that type of face, and I supposed one it. (could)
  • 17. Just as the officials her inversions, she corrected herself. (past continuous)
  • 18. While we the altitude we stood below admiring. (past continuous)
  • 19. Though such language was not new to her, she had never been able it. (indefinite)
  • 20. He thought he the food. (would/never)


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