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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #39639: Pronouns
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    Choose the right pronoun.

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    English exercise "Pronouns" created by hidalgo with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from hidalgo]
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    Andrew thinks he is irresistible; spends hours and hours looking at in the mirror.

    He's like many guys who take for playboys, but after all, don't we all take for wonderful people?

    Aren't all a bit vain?

    Something funny happened to Andrew last Sunday.

    Andrew phoned Susan. He'd met at a party a few days before. So, hoping she would be all by , Andrew phoned her.

    When he said - in what he thought was a suave voice - 'Andrew speaking,' Susan didn't recognize at all, in fact, she didn't remember his name! And to be quite honest, she didn't even remember !

    So, she said: ' suppose you wish to speak to my husband, but isn't here at the moment. 's gone to the park with the children. 'll all be back soon. Would like to leave a message?'

    At that point, Andrew hung up and nearly died! It was too much for !

    As for Susan, she asked what had happened to the man with the silly voice.

    'John and always receive strange calls,' she thought. 'Why do so many strange people phone ? I wonder... oh, well!

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