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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122166: No longer - Any longer
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Adverbs [Change theme]
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    1. My father works in that bank.

    2. Her grandson doesn't go to meet his friends .

    3. The professor doesn't stay in the university .

    4. When the library clerk lost his job, he could buy expensive things.

    5. The battery of your tablet has been destroyed. It works.

    6. I don't want to work in this bookstore .

    7. She hired a babysitter for her child because she couldn't take care of her baby .

    8. I'm so sorry, but you can't stay in my home .

    9. Please be quiet. I can't do my homework with so much noise and disturbance .

    10. My grandmother doesn't need her crutches .

    11. Your brother should not let her trample his rights .

    12. She was told that she couldn't delay her departure .









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