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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #128801: From British English to American English
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Idioms | USA [Change theme]
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    From British English to American English

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    1. I (don't know) how much time it takes to go there.

    2. That's too difficult for you, (let me) speak to her about the problem which can be solved.

    3. I (am not) in the mood to let myself step on my toes without reacting...

    4. 'Listen guys, (you're) far too arrogant to be sympathetic to me.' said the teacher to his pupils.

    5. He didn't (want to) do it on purpose.

    6. I am not (going to) go to the market, I 've everything I need.

    7. She's gone away, (give me) some time to forget her.

    8. Tell me (what are you) expecting from our experience?

    9. What (kind of neighbours) are you when throwing your bins into my garden?

    10. His goal was (out of) reach for his current level. He had to work much more.

    11. He daren't watch at her (because) he fell in love with her.

    12. From their first meeting, they (got to) know each other better.

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