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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59325: To let or to leave?
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    1. us tell Dad what we have seen.
    2. me say how delighted I am to meet you.
    3. Why have you the door open?
    4. her wash your car.
    5. I for New York tomorrow.
    6. Oh! I've my keys at Ann's.
    7. Take it or it!
    8. Hurry up! We've only two minutes .
    9. Don't her go in!
    10. Did you the door open last night?
    11. 's not take the red one.
    12. I've a message for you.
    13. My mother didn't him take my cake.
    14. Lucile's not here, she's already .
    15. Can I my children with you?

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