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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #9500: Comparison : as.....as
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    Comparison : as.....as


     

    Cucumber

    • Cucumbers originated in India and brought to North America by the Spaniards.
    • Fresh cucumbers are popular with dip and in salads.
    • Cucumbers contain Vitamin C and are fat and sodium free.
    • Cucumbers' inner temperature can be up to 20 degrees cooler than the outside air.  That's where the 'cool as a cucumber' comes from.
    •  Seedless cucumbers are longer and thinner than regular cucumbers.
    • She is as cool as a cucumber !

     





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    1. Sorry for being so late ! I ran here I could. 1 mile in 10 minutes!
    2. The question of the test was awfully difficult. The pupils answered they could.
    3. She can rest at home she likes. We are not in a hurry.
    4. We need your photo. It's urgent. Send it possible.
    5. My mother is really fit. She goes swimming she can: twice a week.
    6. There's plenty to eat. They can have they like.
    7. I know he is not easy, so I will try to be I can.
    8. Although he was bored, he managed to look usual.








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