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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #23049: Decide which word best completes each sentence.
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    Decide which word best completes each sentence.


    Complete the sentences.



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    1. I spent two years Greece after I finished my degree.

    2. I lived the island of Crete for the first year.

    3. Then I moved Thessaloniki city.

    4. Crete was a great experience but Thessaloniki city was the complete .

    5. I had read so much Thessaloniki city that I thought I was going to like it.

    6. I lived about three kilometres the centre and taught children English.

    7. There were few English people the city.

    8. Then I became ill and spent days going hospital to hospital having tests.

    9. My Greek was terrible and so I never knew what they were talking .

    10. Finally, one year, I gave up and went home.









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