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    Verbs and tenses

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    1. I am a sixteen-year-old girl who (live) in a small town.

    2. I (be) the only child in my family.

    3. Being the only child of a family (have) its advantages and disadvantages.

    4. My cousins, who are as old as I am, (think) that being the only kid is the best thing in the world.

    5. They believe my parents will (buy) me whatever I wish.

    6. Yes, I have to (admit) that they buy me whatever I want as long as it is reasonable.

    7. Others (think) that I am a bit of a spoiled child. I strongly disagree with their idea.

    8. I wish I (have) a cute little sister.

    9. The worst thing (be) that my parents do not let me do the things that they consider dangerous like rollerblading.

    10. I (be) very happy because I have the kindest parents; but I am not the happiest child, though.

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