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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #45616: To let / to leave
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    To let / to leave

    'To let' has a meaning of permission, 'to leave' has not.Complete the sentences.

    English exercise "To let / to leave" created by woodyrun with The test builder
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    1. Kate and Terry never their children watch TV.
    2. Tom, you're a naughty boy ! I won't you go to Bob's party tomorrow !
    3. Don't that letter on the floor !
    4. I wanted to help her, but she wouldn't me
    5. Will John you go to Japan?
    6. They are rude ! I won't them say such things !
    7. Why did you him at home?
    8. Betty sleep, she is very tired !
    9. Don't me alone, I'm afraid of ghosts !
    10. Where did you her? At the station

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