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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #42433: 'alone' - 'only' - 'lonely' - 'a single'
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    1. The thing I do not understand in mathematics is geometry.

    2. After Bob's parents' death he feels .

    3. Do not worry ! He can do this work .

    4. Tom does not know anyone in the town .He feels .

    5. The accused did not say word during the lawsuit.

    6. The teacher was in the classroom before the pupils came.

    7. Do not go out at night . You can be mugged.

    8. The trader did not meet person when he was going to the market in the morning.

    9. Greg wants to be this evening.

    10. Some players sometimes feel in their new team.

    11. Their child died in yesterday's accident.

    12. The stadium was full of supporters but Tim was .

    13. It is not wise to live in a house .

    14. Our hope is to win tomorrow's match.

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