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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125158: Funeral and mourning
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    1. The was pulled by two black horses.

    2. My grandfather was buried in the family .

    3. handle funeral arrangements for the family of the deceased.

    4. This lecture was too long and .

    5. Brian always drives . It's very dangerous.

    6. After the cremation, ashes were put in a .

    7. The was a dinner given by a young man to his friends before his wedding. Nowadays it often takes place in a night club.

    8. The part of the churchyard used for burials was called .

    9. Old people often look at the in their local newspaper.

    10. often take place the day before the funeral.Sometimes, they can take place on the same day.

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