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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4061: Live - lives or life ?
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    Live - lives or life ?





    He lives

    to live (verb)

    I live in France.

    Peter lives in England.



    state of living

    plural of life

    I read a book about the life of Shakespeare

    Many people lost their lives in the war.


    not recorded

    not dead

    We watched the live coverage of the Formula I.

    We really saw a live rattlesnake.

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    1. Do you believe in after death ?

    2. Three were lost in the fire.

    3. Do you like to in the North ?

    4. Have you bought the DVD with the recording of the U2 concert ?

    5. My father's words have lived with me all my .

    6. Have you ever seen a real scorpion ?

    7. Peter still with his parents.

    8. There is no on the sun.

    9. is short !

    10. Angela in Argentina .

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