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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #11646: The right meaning and synonym
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    The right meaning and synonym


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    1. She became a member of the National Union of Teachers.

    2. They wrote to a newspaper saying they believed violence was wrong.

    3. He advertised his restaurant in the local paper.

    4. She started a video rental shop.

    5. He told the driver not to park on the double yellow line.

    6. They stopped two people who were about to start fighting.

    7. They started the United Nations.

    8. They agreed to a deal.

    9. He insulted the man standing next to him and pushed him.

    10. They decided to stop people smoking in public places.









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