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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120788: Quantifiers
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    1. How lists is your name on?

    2. There must be lists of names in every part of the world,

    3. and they must be used to send information to people.

    4. The of letters ordinary people receive these days has greatly increased.

    5. people object to receiving unwanted letters.

    6. of the mail we receive goes straight into the waste-paper basket.

    7. That's why of the people refer to it as junk mail.

    8. It would be better for all of us if we received less junk mail,

    9. and, as a result, saved more trees from destruction.

    10. trees must be wasted each year to produce mountains of junk mail.

    11. Recently, my friend received a very welcome junk mail.

    12. It was a leaflet urging him not to waste paper and to return junk mail to sender. In this way, we'll reduce the trees being wasted.

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