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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #86624: Homophones
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    cat had kittens last night. They are so cute! Two of them are in the box and as you can see, eyes are still closed. Two of them look like mother. The two white ones are out in the hall. They sleep over at night on a blanket. cries keep everyone awake. Last summer our family went the mountains. We could see a lot of animals with babies and were fun to look at. Suddenly we saw some bears but were far off in the distance and they were just looking after babies.







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