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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #100576: Open / Opened
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    1. It is reported that Jane's shop is from 10 am to 8 pm. Is it true? I expect so.

    2. We are ! You can come in! Good bargains today!

    3. The door was by Peter because of the heat.

    4. The window is wide and you can hear a lof of sounds.

    5. I can't realize. I left the door when I went shopping and somebody took the occasion to steal my computer.

    6. I would like to know whether the door was by you or a stranger.

    7. She's -minded. She is receptive to any idea.

    8. Could you tell me whether the door is ?

    9. She the door. There was a rat in the kitchen.

    10. The door was by a draught.

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