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    Pronouns or adjectives

    Write the correct answers, pronouns or adjectives.

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    English exercise "Pronouns or adjectives" created by fabiopre with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from fabiopre]
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    1. Andrew is angry because we went to the cinema without .

    2. We forgot Mike, so he doesn't want to talk to anymore.

    3. Mary tried to apologise, but he didn't listen to .

    4. She said was still very sad since Ron left her.

    5. I talked to Andrew and told the movie wasn't a good one.

    6. He told this wasn't a good reason for not inviting him, thus I invited him.

    7. I invited him to home and we had a very nice dinner.

    8. He accepted, and came with younger sister.

    9. is younger than him. He is 22, she is 20.

    10. John is my best friend but I don't like sister very much.

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