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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #48599: Pronunciation of the letter 'i'
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    Pronunciation of the letter 'i'


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    1. During World War I, homing pigeons were used to communicate.

    2. The fire sizzled in the fire-place.

    3. Many people can't digest milk.

    4. Be careful ! The stones are slippery !

    5. We must eat a lot of fruit and vegetable because they are high in fibre content.

    6. Our society conveys a new ideology based on individualism.

    7. Your tart is delicious ! Could you give me the recipe please?

    8. Have you got some cooking items ?

    9. The Liberation of Paris was an uprising by the French Resistance.

    10. The litre was introduced in France as one of the new 'Republican Measures' in 1795.

    11. Now, I live in San Francisco.

    12. As there was a power cut, I lit a candle.

    13. The liver is the largest internal organ in the human body.

    14. I will examine those cells through a microscope .

    15. Unemployment places people in a great misery .

    16. A lot of migrant people are still attracted by the American dream.

    17. It's a miracle you are safe and sound !

    18. You are very minute compared to this elephant.

    19. Ebenezer Scrooge is wellknown to be a miser and selfish man.









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