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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #32766: Contracted forms
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    Contracted forms


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    1. What's that snake ? It's a cobra, a venomous snake.
    It can't hear anything, the charmer plays a harmless trick on spectators.

    2. ____________________I'm sure it's a haunted house.
    Don't let's go.

    3. There's a famous university in Oxford. It is one of the leading universities in the world.

    4. The Ginkgo is the world's oldest species of tree. It existed more than 200 million years ago

    5. What's been keeping you so busy lately ? I was repairing the fence of my house.

    6. Which's the correct spelling of the word 'Mississippi' ?(2 s, 2 s, 2 p). This bridge connects Dubuque (Iowa) to Grand County (Wisconsin)

    7. What time is it ? It's five to seven.

    8. David's car is very old

    9. Maybe it's something to do with U.F.O.

    10. It is five o'clock, let's have a cup of tea.

    11. It's been a long time since I last saw you. Where have you been?









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