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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121624: Phrasal verbs
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    1. Our trip to Sri Lanka has to be taken because of events in the country.

    2. Strikers don't let the workers in the factory.

    3. They are on strike because the boss doesn't take despite more and more orders.

    4. A new rash of measles has broken . A campaign of vaccination is launched by the government.

    5. We get at dawn tomorrow to avoid traffic jam.

    6. She retreated in silence as soon as I was touching her childhood!

    7. The cat is meowing behind the door, let it please!

    8. We can see the interest in European elections has fallen !

    9. Please, I 'd like to put some details on the starting point of the novel.

    10. Yesterday I dropped to see my friend on my way home.









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