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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106969: Birth and Death
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    Birth and Death


    Different words to express birth and death:

    Birth

    Death

     

    Blessed with a baby

    Expired

    Delivered a star

    Passed away

    New addition

    Took his last breath

    A bundle of joy has arrived

    Demise

     

    Went to his heavenly home

     

    Departed this life

     

    Went to be with his Lord





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    1. Lisa and John have been boy.

    2. Her sudden made a vacuum in my life.

    3. I couldn't believe when I heard that Nora .

    4. My wife has .

    5. I am missing my mother, she last month.

    6. She spent a few days in hospital before she .

    7. What a big miracle, with this little boy.

    8. John, who yesterday, was one of my very good friends.

    9. Philip after losing his battle against cancer.

    10. Now with our baby boy, we have a to our family.

    11. She in her husband's arms.









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