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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4712: Like and as
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    1. Your English is very fluent. I wish I could speak you.

    2. Don't take my advice if you don't want to. You can do you like.

    3. You waste too much time doing things sitting in cafes all day.

    4. I wish I had a car yours.

    5. There's no need to change your clothes. You can go out you are.

    6. My neighbour's house is full of interesting things. It's a museum.

    7. I think I preferred this room it was, before we decorated it.

    8. When we asked Sue to help us, she agreed immediately, I knew she would.

    9. Sharon has been working a waitress for the last two months.

    10. While we were on holiday, we spent most of our time doing energetic things sailing, water skiing and swimming.

    11. You're different from the other people I know. I don't know anyone you.

    12. We donít need all the bedrooms in the house, so we use one of them a study.

    13. her father, Catherine has a very good voice.

    14. The news that Sue and Jim were getting married came a complete surprise to me.

    15. At the moment I've got a temporary job in a bookshop. It's OK a temporary job but I wouldn't like to do it permanently.

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