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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #27873: Carry / Wear
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    Carry / Wear

                                                            CARRY                  WEAR


      Carry :  to take sb /sth from one place to another


         He carries his sister on his back              He is carrying a briefcase                They carry a TV set 


      Wear (wore,worn) :  to have someting on your body as a piece of clothing, a handkerchief, glasses


         They are wearing coloured clothes         He is wearing a hat                Grandma wears glasses 

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    1. Every evening at 8.00 John his grandson upstairs to bed and reads him a story.
    2. I'm invited to Mary's wedding, do I have a tie ? Of course, everybody will be well-dressed.
    3. What do you think of my new friends ? Well... it's obvious who the trousers in that family.
    4. After the accident all the injured away on stretchers.
    5. Have you seen my mother recently? Yes I met her last week, she well, only a few grey hairs.
    6. Ticks can a number of nasty diseases which affect humans, including the Lyme disease.
    7. When I opened the door I saw Katty a bunch of flowers and smiling.
    8. Was Lorry injured in the accident ? No, she a seatbelt.
    9. Why did you take those suits ? They are not designed for in hot climates.
    10. Bob you should be more careful. You'll have an accident if you driving like that.

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