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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106281: Expressions with Dog
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    Expressions with Dog

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    English exercise "Expressions with Dog" created by rkjs58 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from rkjs58]
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    1. I really found this new TV serial a dog story about relationships.

    2. A sale of this product has to the dogs as there is no buyer.

    3. Robert is proud of his result because he like a dog to score well on the examination.

    4. BK Yoon is the dog in the Samsung Electronics Company.

    5. He has been a dog's life without any job for the last two years.

    6. So what if you lost the competition, every dog has his , better luck next time!

    7. Sarah is a dog in the for not giving that coat she no longer needs.

    8. John couldn't appear for the examination because he was as as a dog.

    9. Finally, he won the football game. He is really a dog.

    10. Julia is in the final stages of liver cancer. She doesn't have a dog's of survival.

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