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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119898: Most or most of
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Idioms | Quantities [Change theme]
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    1. students have a computer now.

    2. My son spends his time playing video games.

    3. Breton fishmen are displeased ! them don't want wind turbines to sea.

    4. Last Friday,at Vienna airport,soldiers found an abandoned piece of luggage. Immediately the gates were closed. What panic it was !

    5. countries are affected by the heatwave which lasts.

    6. In this shop the clothes are made in China or Turkey.

    7. young children love going to sleep with a cuddly toy

    8. French people eat cheese at the end of their meals.

    9. In our city the bus drivers went on strike in order to get more security after an agression against a bus last week.

    10. From 1970, mining districts closed down little by little and many miners were laid off. them knew unemployment and poverty.









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