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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #78901: Ever and compounds
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    Ever and compounds


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    1. In this park you'll see flowers all around you. In this park you'll see flowers you look.

    2. Even if you do your best to please him, he'll never be satisfied. He'll sulk you do to please him.

    3. I'll refuse to see anybody. I'll chase anybody away, comes.

    4. You can buy the big car or the small car, I don't mind. You can buy car you like.

    5. Just pop in when it suits you. Come you like.

    6. He may be very rich but he's nevertheless an idiot. rich he may be, he's stupid.

    7. I'll follow you to the end of the world. I'll follow you, you choose to go.

    8. He always wears a hat. I see him, he has a hat on.

    9. Do you want the red tie or the blue one? . I'dont care.

    10. The person who doesn't admit this is a liar. refuses to admit this is a liar.









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