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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59198: Story of a tooth
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    Story of a tooth


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    1. When I was six my first tooth (to fall out).

    2. My mother (to tell) me :

    3. 'If you (to give) it to the little old elf

    4. she (to will / be) very happy

    5. and you (to will / find) a gift

    6. in the same place you (to put) it .'

    7. So I (to leave) my tooth on the window ledge

    8. before (to go) to bed.

    9. I (to sleep) very deeply

    10. when suddenly a sweet little voice (me/to wake up)

    11. I (to go) to the open window

    12. and I (to see) her.

    13. She (to seem) to be very small.

    14. She (to wear) a red dress .

    15. A red pointed hat (to be) on her head

    16. (to give) to her the appearance of a strawberry.

    17. ' Your tooth (to be) very clean '

    18. -She (to say)-

    19. 'It (to look like) mother-of-pearl.'

    20. She (to give) me a crystal earrings

    21. before (to jump) out of the window into the deep dark night









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