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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #39563: Use/rather/better
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    1. He didn't smoke.

    2. I have orange juice, because coffee stresses me.

    3. We get up early when we were young.

    4. We hurry up if we don't want to miss our flight.

    5. He walk to work: he should exercise everyday. He's too fat.

    6. Are you sure you take the train twice a week while you could live near your work?

    7. I go skiing than take summer holidays.

    8. Did she attend your classes?

    9. You keep quiet or I'll call the headmaster.

    10. They know their limits and not be disappointed.

    11. go to the cinema: that will be a change for us.

    12. I go fishing with my father, when I was a boy.

    13. I be good than powerful.

    14. him come in: he's so stubborn, I'll have to see him one day!

    15. They refuse all invitations from strangers when they lived in London.

    16. go for a tennis match; the weather's fine.

    17. I stop for a moment: I'm feeling so tired!

    18. keep to the old rules: that's more prudent anyway.

    19. postpone our decision until we are in the right mood.

    20. We stop skiing now; the weather is awful.









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