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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129114: To look at, to see, to watch
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    1. Let me how you have understood the exercise: I’ll change all the datas. Are you ready?

    2. I enjoy nature in my garden : there 's always something new to be taught about… !

    3. She was at a photograph that made her remember her mother…

    4. My cats always at me before blinking their eyes, three times and very slowly: that means we are the best friends!

    5. I 've lost a cross head screw and I can’t screw on my spectacles: the screws are too small and I can’t their crosses. Can you help me, please?

    6. Parents must at their children, as they are responsible for what their children do to the others…

    7. She would have done everything to be by this man she fell in love with… but he was totally ignoring her… She should forget him!

    8. Have you their last TV show? It was fantastic!

    9. They don’t a lot of each other since their arguments.

    10. Oh ! Oops ! I beg your pardon, please, I hadn’t you!

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