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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125075: Enough - quite or rather
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    Enough - quite or rather


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    1. I'm very happy ! This year there is snow to go skiing.

    2. You are sixteen years old ! I think you are old to know what you want to do later.

    3. Have you bread for two days ? Tomorrow the baker's will be closed.

    4. It's impossible ! He was with me that night.

    5. This trip to China is very interesting but uncertain currently because of the pandemic. Let's wait for next year.

    6. You have drunk and it's time to come back home.

    7. The meal was good but the restaurant doesn't deserve its third star!

    8. The weather is good at that Christmas time.

    9. There are a lot of tourists who have rented a bed and breakfast by the sea.

    10. I 'd stay at home this evening ! I danced too much for Christmas Eve.









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