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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #56983: Words with different meanings
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    Words with different meanings





    hour hand

    minute hand

    to hand


    to bank



    Complete the sentences.

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    This is a decimal clock from the time of the French Revolution. It has ten numbers and three moving .

    animals are not normally domesticated. They are hunted for food and sometimes for sport.

    The source of the Thames is a called Thames Head. It is supplied with water deep under the ground.

    At the end of the River Nile overflowed

    6. onto the depositing fertile soil onto the fields.

    We have a lot of luggage, I wish the car had a bigger .

    As I was walking near the woods a bear out of the undergrowth, 10 metres ahead of me.

    Could you me those keys on the table next to you, please?

    The that sticks up will be hammered down. (Japanese proverb)

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