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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30534: Kind of writing
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    1. You seem very keen to move - I hope it works out anyway :

    2. My mother, who was looking for her keys, didn't notice the man :

    3. This solution, however, may not work for all cities :

    4. There are three basic problems : overcrowding, traffic congestion and pollution :

    5. Some people are natural city dwellers; others - like me - are not :

    6. Grove Lane sports centre lacks many facilities. For example, there are no winter tennis courts :

    7. 'Get out', she screamed as he tried to calm her down :

    8. Many cities couldn't operate such schemes : they would prove too expensive :

    9. If more schools were involved in environmental projects, we'd all benefits :

    10. We won't be able to make it for Easter - John can't get the time off then.









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