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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129159: To see, to look at, to watch, to glance, to glare
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    1. Cats love climbing trees, and everything which happens around them!

    2. Can you at the milk on the fire, please?

    3. Cindy has just at her brother, who always repeats everything he hears.

    4. In the classroom, Dana at her teacher but didn't listen to him: she was elsewhere and was dreaming... when the teacher asked Dana some questions, Dana couldn't answer to him and was given three hours' detention.

    5. The mouse didn't even know it had been when the fox caught it and ate it.

    6. Lots of drivers never drive at night because they can't the roads and are easily dazzled by headlights.

    7. He at his younger brother when he borrowed his toys to play with… he's so selfish!

    8. This flat has an unrestricted view over the city. We can the sea over there.

    9. She couldn't anything because she's blind... This is the reason why she needs some help to go shopping!

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