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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #91264: Verb + postposition ON
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    Verb + postposition ON

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    English exercise "Verb + postposition ON" created by maxwell with The test builder
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    1. His lies and his dishonesty really on me. I don't trust him any more and I'm going to ask for a divorce.
    2. - When did you find this solution? - I on it in the men's room. Don't laugh, it's a useful place to find valuable information.
    3. Didn't it ever on you that she might get upset by your sarcastic remarks?
    4. It is somewhat of a mystery why the Walkman didn't on very quickly in the early eighties, in comparison to the success of the iPod Mini.
    5. Yes, you can address this issue during your speech but don't on about it, it's not the main point.
    6. They on their granddaughter and they can't help buying her toys.
    7. He opened his programme with a quadruple toe loop, with good speed, good height, a nice air position, but a little forward on the landing and he had to on to it.
    8. Since we are making an unscheduled landing near Twin Falls, why don't we on your mother ?
    9. The two students began fighting and the other students just stood about and them on.
    10. I've read this book and will no longer need it. I can it on to you, if you wish.

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