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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #46155: Either, neither, nor, or, both, so
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    Either, neither, nor, or, both, so

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    I have two daughters, their names are Phoebe and Hannah.

    They wake me up very early in the morning.
    Phoebe Hannah wants to stay in bed after 6.30 am.

    Phoebe Hannah like to dress themselves,
    even if they find it difficult to tie up their shoes.
    During the morning the children play with their toys and put them everywhere in their room.
    But Phoebe doesn't put them back in the chest, Hannah doesn't

    At lunch Phoebe refuses to eat vegetables and does Hannah.
    In the afternoon Phoebe Hannah ask me to go to the park.
    Two hours later Phoebe Hannah wants to leave the park.
    They don't want to stop playing.
    In the evening the girls have a bath a shower.
    When it is time to go to bed Phoebe disappears, does Hannah.
    But I manage to put them to bed at 8.00.
    At last I can have a rest. I can read a book watch television.
    Phoebe and Hannah are twins, they are four and they make me very happy.

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