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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121909: So do I - Neither do I
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    1. My friend has got a washing machine and I.

    2. Her son has 3 cellphones and my daughter.

    3. I won't barbecue for lunch today. my friend.

    4. She always likes to work in a restaurant. I.

    5. Her son has not written his paper yet. we.

    6. He is going to plant a tree in the front yard. I.

    7. Her mother doesn't want to rent a flat for a short period of time. her father.

    8. Their houses were not repaired. her house.

    9. His son can't sweep the floor. his daughter.

    10. She feels angry when waiting for a long time at the bus stop in hot weather. I.

    11. They couldn't play tennis last Friday. I.

    12. She should clean the courtyard and balcony every week. my father.

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