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Carry or Wear

Choose the correct verb: to carry or to wear .  The answer will either be in the simple present   or the infinitive form of the verb

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1. Molly would like to this hat.

2. Mum vegetables in her basket.

3. Shall I help you to this tray ?

4. My friend always glasses.

5. Could you please help me to the vacuum cleaner upstairs? It's very heavy.

6. That man is a judge and he a gown.

7. The postman the mailbag over his shoulder.

8. Can't anyone help me to this box? I can't lift it all by myself.

9. Molly yellow on Tuesdays. Today she is wearing a lemon-yellow dress.

10. Mary, would you like to your new pullover that you received for Christmas? It would look nice with those blue jeans.

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