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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104495: Family, Pets and House
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    Family, Pets and House

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    1. My name is Julie, and I live United States of America.

    2. I live in old red house with my family.

    3. We two dogs, fifteen chickens, and no cats.

    4. I have one sister. My sister's name Natalie.

    5. I have two brothers. One is named Darren, and the one is named Tom.

    6. My mother is at my school, and my father is a psychologist at another school.

    7. My parents work kids.

    8. They work by car at 8:00.

    9. We have any cats.

    10. I go home 2:00 pm which takes me twenty minutes.

    11. After school, I play

    12. My sister and I love to go to San Francisco. have friends in San Francisco.

    13. But my brothers go to San Francisco.

    14. My brothers are boring. prefer to stay home.

    15. My parents have car.

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