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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3623: Big confusion
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    Big confusion

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    1. I couldn't tell she was serious or not.

    2. are too many possible answers to this question.

    3. going to help me with this ?

    4. I'm afraid she's going to her grandmother's wedding band.

    5. My mother has been in bed all morning.

    6. She has apparently found it difficult to the circumstances.

    7. I've never known the library to be this quiet.

    8. I am completely in this course.

    9. It's usually hotter this in July.

    10. Reading that book had a peculiar on Evelyn.

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