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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #39499: No / Not / None
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    No / Not / None

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    You can play here, there is danger.

    Why are you so wet! It was raining when I left home.

    I am disappointed, my friends can come to the party.

    Sonia! Could you help me to wallpaper the room please?
    I promise I'll give you a hand, but today.

    I can't understand how the burglar managed to enter the house,
    the windows is broken!

    Where is your daughter?
    Betty! She is expected to arrive until tomorrow.

    Ten little boys (nursery rhyme)...5 4 3 2 1 0
    Ten little boys went out to dine
    One choked his little self, and there were nine
    one little boy left all alone
    He hanged himself and then there were

    Caroline! you shouldn't be there. bicycles are allowed on the grass.

    I have lost my key and there is in the house. What shall I do?

    I have absolutely why Tom is so hungry!

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