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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107422: Agreement or disagreement
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Agreement/Disagreement:Both, so do I, neither do I | Idioms [Change theme]
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    1. I can play the piano very well. - , I am really bad at music.

    2. I can play football very well. - , I have been playing for ages.

    3. I have never met a film star. - !. Two years ago I went to New York and came upon Brad Pitt.

    4. I have been to Italy many times. - . It's really a wonderful country, don't you think?

    5. My mum hates jogging in the morning. - . She thinks it's boring.

    6. My brother goes swimming every Friday. - . It helps him to keep fit.

    7. I didn't enjoy the game. - . It was boring.

    8. I have never lost the game. - .I have won 25 games.

    9. I enjoy doing gymnastics. - . It gives me a lot of energy.

    10. I never tidy my room. - ! I can't stand it when it's in a mess.

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