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Missing words


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1. When I was a child. I always rode to school on this (                       ) .

2. I don't like reading when I travel by car, but I always read when I travel by (                 ) .

3. Did you watch that interesting programme on (        ) last night?

4. I forgot my (                    ) so I couldn't take any photograph.

5. This pilot flies the super (                 ) - Airbus 380.

6. Most offices, banks, and schools have (                             ) now, but they didn't twenty-five years ago.

7. 100 years ago people didn't have any (                    ) in their kitchen for milk and butter, so things were difficult in summer.

8. Alexander Graham Bell invented the (                             ) .

9. Most people now have automatic (                       ) machines for their clothes.

10. Charles Dickens didn't use this, but most writers now use a word (                             ) .









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