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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126644: Verbs with or without prepositions
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    Verbs with or without prepositions

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    1. Everybody laughed her as soon as soon as she went to the blackboard.

    2. How much did you pay your new computer?

    3. We are lacking paper and many titles of books are already out of stock.

    4. What are you listening ? Shh, please ! I learn an English lesson about the pronunciation.

    5. She was staring me as if she had seen a ghost!

    6. I thought him as my friend but I was wrong.

    7. My brother was injured while playing rugby.

    8. We have to operate him immediately for an internal bleeding.

    9. I can't go with you because I am waiting my sister.

    10. During the shift change, I talk problems with the nurses.

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