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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114589: Former - latter/First - last
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    1. These twins have some differences: for example, the likes tea and the latter likes coffee.

    2. Do you like red or green apples? I like the ; green is my favourite colour.

    3. January is the month of the year and December is the last one.

    4. My uncle's first child is twenty years old and his child is two.

    5. The Duppons have two children: the former is called Jack and the is called John.

    6. Do you prefer cats or dogs? I prefer the ; I hate dogs.

    7. There are two moments in a day: the former is light and the is dark.

    8. If the first day of the year is Monday, the day will be Monday too or Tuesday.

    9. The meal of the day is breakfast; it is a very important meal.

    10. The time Henry went to England, he did not know anybody there.

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