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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3411: British English or American English ? Part 3
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    British English or American English ? Part 3


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    1. English is my favourite subject at school. ==>

    2. Have you seen Dick's new truck? ==>

    3. The park is in the center of our town. ==>

    4. Mr Barnes, our caretaker, found my key.==>

    5. I like French fries, they're very crispy. ==>

    6. Have you seen the latest movie? ==>

    7. I've passed this test. So I'll get my driving licence very soon. ==>

    8. The accident happened because the blue car didn't stop at the traffic lights. ==>

    9. Tom told me to get off the Underground at Tower Hill. ==>

    10. They have moved into a semi-detached house. ==>









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