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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #51692: An alligator under my bed
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    An alligator under my bed


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    1. The little boy was afraid because of
    2. Where did he think the alligator was?
    3. The little boy's parents saw the alligator too.
    4. He went to the kitchen to get some food and filled full of things alligators like.
    5. In the garage he put a peanut butter sandwich, some fruit and the last .
    6. Where did he put the cookies?
    7. What did he put on the stairs?
    8. He put the sugar and candies .
    9. The alligator went out of the bedroom, ate all the food and when he was in the garage the little boy .
    10. Being reassured, he went up to bed, but he realised he didn't warn his father. What did he do?
    11. He wrote : Dad, there is an alligator in the garage,

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