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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66755: What's your name?
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Introducing someone [Change theme]
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    1. What's your (              ) ? my name is Mike.

    2. My name's Charles, and I'm (                          ) years old.

    3. I am (                 ) than you, I am fourteen.

    4. Do you like going to the (                    ) ?

    5. Yes I do; would you like (                       ) in the park with me?

    6. What is the name of your (                             ) dog?

    7. My dog's name is Maya. She is a (              ) .

    8. I was very (                 ) to speak to you!

    9. So am I, it was very nice; I (              ) we'll meet again.

    10. Bye little dog! Bye little boy! have a nice (                       ) .









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