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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119172: Quite - Quiet
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    Quite - Quiet


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    1. I have not seen your sister all day. She seems busy, doesn't she?

    2. My brother has been learning French for three years. He can handle French well now.

    3. I should find a place to do my homework.

    4. Her house is too dirty and needs to be cleaned, but she doesn't know how to begin to clean.

    5. My mother put her finger to her lips as a sign to be .

    6. When somebody is talking to you, you should keep .

    7. If you want to stay here, you should be because I'm trying to study.

    8. Yesterday I went to the pool. I felt refreshed after swimming.

    9. He is very intelligent. He can do everything well.

    10. Their teacher told them to be when they were answering their exam.

    11. Due to hot weather, there were a few people in the park.

    12. Oh, my dear, what's happened to you? You've been very for a long time.

    13. This test is very easy. You can answer it simply.

    14. Every day I go to the mountain for a walk. I like to hike in this place.

    15. Please be for the moment. I can't concentrate.









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