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    1. He has his quirks, it's impossible to make him evolve or change anything in his way of doing things!

    2. It is of Humanity to destroy everything: no other animal acts in this way... Alas for the Earth!

    3. Djamal literally his entire book before sending it to the publisher.

    4. This child is already three and a half years old and not yet : his mother still puts nappies on him.

    5. Saying that the electric cars are than combustion cars is a counter-truth: what will we do with the batteries and the acids they contain?

    6. The water in the lake is muddy and dirty. She wonders if she can drink it, knowing that it would be for consumption and she has forgotten the tablets to make it drinkable, otherwise she risks a tourista. She hesitated though she was so thirsty!

    7. He was his remuneration.

    8. At three weeks old, kittens and puppies are not yet : frequently you pick up their poop from the ground.

    9. Organic farming is said to be .

    10. "What do you give "pill" to eat?"-"No, Marie, you have to write "pill" with a capital letter because it's your dog's name, Pill is a name here, not a common noun!"

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