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Dialogue : Practising DIY.

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DIY stands for Do It Yourself.
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1. I need a (                                   )

2. I brought some (                          )

3. You'll have to use (                 )

4. I'd (                    ) use nails.

5. I must use a (                    )

6. The wall is made of (                          )

7. I want to fix a (                 )

8. I like to use a (                    )

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