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Rewrite the following passage filling in the blanks with correct tense form of the verbs given in brackets.




  1. Anyone who gets (get) him (Sachin) out will take (take) this coin. If no one gets (get) him out, Sachin is going to take (take) it.




  2. Sachin grew (grow) up in Sahitya Sahavas Colony, a typical colony of writers in Bandra. A little prankster, full of mischief he used to climb (climb), play (play) hide–and-seek and of course, cricket. He loved (love) to challenge new friends to beat him.




  3. It was (be) long, its long ago since he had slept (sleep) on a bed. He started (start) reflecting about those nineteen years. He had been sentenced (sentence) to four years for stealing bread.




  4. He must have told (tell) you that the silverware was given (give) to him by me and that he had spent (spend) the night here. And you brought (bring) him here?




  5. The next morning Sambu was taken (take) an a tour around the yard. He was introduced (introduce) to Detective Palmer and Detective Hunt. Detective Sambu was shown (show) the details of the case and could not make (not make) head or tail of it.




  6. Sachin hit (hit) his first test 100 against English team at a crucial moment when India was chasing (chase) total of 408. He was (be) more or less a pioneer. If the “Master Blaster" traditions which continues (continue) to date and is feared (fear) for his capacity to dispose. If even the most aggressive bowler.



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