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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122141: Whatever, whoever, wherever, whenever, however
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    1) I'll come you ask me for: in spring, summer, autumn... and even winter!

    2) smart, you refuse to believe the truth. But one cannot deny it!

    3) has the same ideals as I have will be my friend.

    4) Iíll do you want me to. Anything...

    5) you go, Iíll go with you. You can even go to Spain, I'll follow you.

    6) Iíve made four cakes. Take you want among the four.

    7) I've lived by the sea for ten years. , I still canít swim.

    8) He wonít get down, the reason.

    9) much she tries, she fails to fix that stupid car of hers.

    10) Why donít you obey? Could you please look at me? - !

    11) Can you pick me up at nine? -Oh, ! I'm unemployed.

    12) Iíll give £9 to ís got a bowler hat (just kidding).

    13) you tell it, some people will tell you you're wrong.

    14) item you buy, Iím pretty sure youíll be happy with your purchase.

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