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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #105717: Different types of cards
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    Different types of cards

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    English exercise "Different types of cards" created by rkjs58 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from rkjs58]
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    1. My Christmas is never complete until I get a from him.

    2. Sophia got a because she's married to a US citizen.

    3. If you have already enrolled in our university, we will soon issue an for you.

    4. I went to the ATM to withdraw some cash but unfortunately I forgot to bring my with me.

    5. I am a software engineer working in Germany and my job contract has been extended for two more years. I am planning to apply for a soon.

    6. My gym provides access to the swimming pool too.

    7. There is a total of 15 digits in a which is a national identification number for French citizens.

    8. Melanie wanted to buy an expensive wrist watch but she didn't have enough cash in hand, so she thought of using a to buy it.

    9. If you are travelling to many overseas countries, a is the best option to access your own money in multiple currencies.

    10. Hey friends, she may not like our choice of gift. How about giving her a on her birthday, so she can buy what she likes?

    11. Madam, if you have a , please present it along with your photo identification so that your medical expense can be billed properly.

    12. I will have to change my for my new iPhone as it doesn't fit into it.

    13. Let us meet for further discussion at my office and finalise the deal. Here is my .

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