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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #57020: Substitution words
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    1. When you go by train,make sure you take an express, stops only at big stations.

    2. I prefer a flat in Inverness to in Perth,because I want to live near my Mom's.

    3. Cars do cause us some health problems----in fact far more serious than mobile phones do.

    4. I'm moving to the countryside because the air there is much fresher than in the city.

    5. My most famous relative of all, who really left his mark on America,was Reb Sussel,my great-grandfather.

    6. ----Do you like the book Tom gave you as a birthday present? ----Very much.It's exactly I wanted.

    7. It is the ability to do the job matters, not where you come from or what you are.

    8. The store sells big ones, small ones, medium , or anything you want.

    9. Meeting my uncle after all these years was an unforgettable moment, I will always treasure.

    10. We needed a new cupboard for the kitchen.So Peter made from some wood we had.

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