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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #49213: They're / there / their
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    1. Were many people at the meeting?

    2. -Bob and Pat have just phoned .
    -Do you mean not coming for dinner?

    3. -I didn't know would be so many people at the party.
    -It's always the same.Tom and Sue have a lot of friends and parties are so much fun.

    4. Are you really going to Scotland? I have always wanted to go .

    5.I don't like my cousins.They say I'm always wrong and always right.

    6. If anyone calls, ask for number so I can call them back.

    7. -My keys were in the kitchen but not now.
    -Oh look! under the table.

    8. -Where are Fred and Betty?
    - over
    -I'll call them, they have forgotten bags.

    9. Can you see these two men? From the look on faces, not very happy.







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