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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127693: Homonyms
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    1. Our comes every Wednesday from 6 to 7 to clean the stairwell. We haven't seen her for two weeks, what's happened to her, poor her?

    2. I will my friends when I finish all my homework!

    3. Charles is not the character of his show, but his father is!

    4. behaviours are often different from female behaviours, but they are not always!

    5. I had to phone to the town clerk to ask again for my birth certificate which has got lost by the !

    6. Nowadays, teachers mustn't out physical punishments to their pupils anymore. That is forbidden in France!

    7. My sister me smile when she wrote me what she had done: amazing!

    8. Anybody who disagrees or dislikes eating some can also find all its proteins into the mix of leguminous and cereals, for example some beans and rice.

    9. Lion's protect itself from wounds when it fights for its territory and for getting females.

    10. Every summer, when the Post office takes on replacement of most of postmen, my is getting lost, even if my name is written on my letterbox!

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