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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122070: Indefinite pronouns
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    Indefinite pronouns


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    1. Does want to see the space station?

    2. You shouldn't give your address and your phone number to that you don't know.

    3. I asked my friend if she knew who wanted to go to London?

    4. I cannot find new in your speech.

    5. He should do about his daughter's problems.

    6. I would like to go calm for the weekend.

    7. My son likes to eat that I cook.

    8. This lesson is easy enough for to understand.

    9. Is it possible for you to love who tells a lie to you?

    10. Even if you have to talk to, you shouldn't feel lonely.

    11. The earthquake was very strong, in our building felt it.

    12. I saw in the park that was very familiar to me.

    13. Sometimes I am very tired. I feel like doing .

    14. in my gym class can speak Spanish.









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