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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #37748: Say/tell/speak/talk
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    Say/tell/speak/talk


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    1. You didn't me the truth, did you? No, I didn't.

    2. They have been for hours on the phone! They are real chatterboxes!

    3. Don't me! I'm going to guess.

    4. Does he English fluently?

    5. He he does.

    6. But I've never heard him in English.

    7. Let's about our holidays.

    8. You mustn't them about your bad marks.

    9. Stop and giggling, naughty girls!

    10. He doesn't want anyone to to him

    11. What do you ? I can't hear you.

    12. You mustn't to strangers in the street.

    13. She she wouldn't like to go to this school.

    14. Never anyone about it:, it's a secret.

    15. Story- is quite interesting, isn't it?

    16. He used to so slowly that you really got bored.

    17. He to me 'mind your own business'.

    18. What on earth will you him?

    19. I suppose I won't him the truth.

    20. She won't where she is going to spend her next holidays.









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