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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1457: Linking words
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    Dear Mirabel, the sooner, the better, ! I haven't written to you for ages. I feel rather ill at ease (mal à l'aise). , I haven't written to Nigel either ! I am very embarrassed : I agreed to marry your brother his age I must confess that it is now impossible. , I have met Walter and we have immediately fallen in love. , Walter is American and wants me to live in Boston with him... , I 'll miss my friends and family , I' ll lose Walter if I don't go. , I have made up my mind. I will go to Boston... I love Walter and he loves me. I won't marry Nigel... I hope it won't have any effect on our friendship. , I would be very happy to have you at home in Boston. , I would understand if you didn't come. , Nigel is your brother, , it's a long way from Bath to Boston. , you've been my friend for so many years that you're like a sister to me. 'Angela'.

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