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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #44186: Differences between 'dead' 'death' and 'died'
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    Differences between 'dead' 'death' and 'died'

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    1. Twenty people in the rail accident this morning.
    2. John feels lonely because his parents are .
    3. The king three years ago.
    4. My brother is afraid of snakes even if they are .
    5. The are normally buried in the cemetery.
    6. Is there a life after ?
    7. The earthquake only lasted for a while but several people .
    8. Vultures are big birds which eat animals.
    9. The old man in the ambulance before arriving at the hospital.
    10. sometimes surprises us in this world.
    11. The inspector found a man in the river.
    12. People are getting accustomed to today.
    13. The general in the bomb attack.
    14. The police must arrest this highwayman or alive.

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