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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20981: Rob or Steal ?
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    Rob or Steal ?

          Rob ( + a person / a shop / a bank )

        Steal ( + money / something )


    Choose the correct verb in each sentence below

    English exercise "Rob or Steal ?" created by lili73 with The test builder
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    1. He a bottle of whisky from the shop.
    2. He was stopped and by two armed men.
    3. Two banks were last week.
    4. If you leave your money there, it'll be .
    5. Someone's my wallet !
    6. They were planning to a shop.
    7. She some clothes from her employers.
    8. We have been , all our silver's gone.
    9. In the old days they used to hang people who sheep.
    10. The thieves were captured while the goods.

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