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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110211: Verbs and prepositions
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    Verbs and prepositions


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    1. He was staring me as if he had seen a ghost !

    2. The suspect refused to answer the questions.

    3. He appealed a lawyer.

    4. The journalist comments the Prime Minister's speech.

    5. Please take care my mother who lives alone. I trust you to help her.

    6. Many people didn't survive the earthquake in Nepal.

    7. I disapprove the misbehaviour of my son.

    8. He gazed the landscape, seized with emotion and memories.

    9. My sister couldn't attend my wedding for health reasons.

    10. Please could I look your schedule, I have lost mine.

    11. China entered negotiations with Russia.

    12. Paul apologised the mistress for his lateness.









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