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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #96637: Phrasam verbs- To put
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    Phrasam verbs- To put

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    English exercise "Phrasam verbs- To put" created by bernard02 with The test builder
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    1. I'm too tired to go on at the moment. I am going to put my feet for a few minutes.
    2. I have too much work these days, I would like to put this matter your hands.
    3. Your shirt and your trousers are on the chair, you should put them in the cupboard.
    4. It's raining cats and dogs, you should take your umbrella and put your raincoat.
    5. You've been eating too much since last year and the more you eat the more you put weight.
    6. She didn't understand, so she put a question the teacher.
    7. I've just made up my mind, I'll go on holiday as soon as I have put enough money.
    8. Yesterday, he put a claim as soon as he knew that he was relegated.
    9. It's going to snow before long, so they have to put the horse-race.
    10. She doesn't like her new teacher but she'll have to put her because they won't change the teacher for her.
    11. When you're in a train, you mustn't put your head the window.
    12. I'm sorry but I can't put you because we haven't any spare room.

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