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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125586: Some, Any, No, Every and their derivatives
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    1. I've recently moved to Toronto in Canada but I don't know in this city.

    2. I feel so lonely, I wish I could meet I could become friend with.

    3. I'm so bored after school, I never do .

    4. Canada is a big country, I haven't been yet.

    5. I met in my school who reached out to me one day I was feeling down and looked miserable.

    6. She is a student in my class; she said nice to me.

    7. I'm now so relieved as I have who cares about me.

    8. She said we could go out this weekend.

    9. I feel over the moon as I haven't done for a long time!

    10. This is definitely to look forward to!

    11. would make me more happy than making a new friend!

    12. My new friend is called Barbara. She is very popular. knows her in the school.

    13. She is very good at history. She knows absolutely .

    14. is complicated for her.

    15. I heard who said she was the best student in the school.

    16. This is she can feel very proud of.

    17. would feel the same in the same situation.

    18. I would do to get the same results but I don't feel I can.

    19. Is there I need to do to improve my school marks? Surely there is.

    20. Is there who could help me? If there is, please tell me who.

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