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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3718: Vocabulary 'Starting Point'
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    Vocabulary 'Starting Point'


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    1.Bonjour !
     


    2.Comment épelles-tu gomme?
         


    3.Ecoute et écris.
       


    4.Excusez-moi!
      


    5.Je ne lis pas.
       


    6.Je sais!
      


    7.Je ne sais pas.
       


    8.Pourriez-vous le répéter lentement,s'il vous plaît? Oui, bien sûr.
            


    9.Qu'est-ce que ceci en anglais?
        


    10.Je parle lentement.
       









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