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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116625: Only, Lonely or Alone
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    Only, Lonely or Alone


    Only, lonely and alone

    Alone: Means by yourself, there is nobody else with you.

    -I like to walk alone in the park.

    Lonely: Means feeling sad and isolated, it is a negative emotion.

    -She says she feels lonely without a boyfriend.

    Only: Means just one and can be used with people, objects, or actions.

    After the word only, we must have a person, object, or action.

    -I have only two pairs of shoes.

    -I was short of money, so I only bought an icecream.

    -Jennifer was the only girl who understood me.

     



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    1. He is such a poor old fellow.

    2. I can imagine how difficult this is for you.

    3. She is child and she is spoiled by her parents.

    4. While she was in the house, she heard a knock on the door.

    5. He asked me to visit him from time to time because he was feeling very .

    6. The veteran left from World War One passed away yesterday.

    7. It wasn't a hot day for summer, let early spring.

    8. I would like to be left to think in peace.

    9. If everyone let him , he would get his work done.

    10. There's one day left before the general elections.









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