Past Perfect Simple – Past Perfect Continuous Test A2 – B1 Grammar Exercises

Past Perfect Simple - Past Perfect Continuous Test A2 - B1 Grammar Exercises



Past Perfect Simple - Past Perfect Continuous Test A2 - B1 Grammar Exercises
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    • In such a meaning “sell out” can be used in active voice. Please, check the definition taken from Longman Dictionary:
      sell out (phrasal verb)
      2 if products, tickets for an event etc sell out, they are all sold and there are none left
      – Wow! Those cakes sold out fast.
      be/have sold out
      – Tonight’s performance is completely sold out.
      https://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/sell-out

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