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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #6375: Dialogue : Message to the webmaster
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Bilingual dialogues | Introducing someone [Change theme]
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    English exercise "Dialogue : Message to the webmaster" created by bridg with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from bridg]
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    - ( )   [H...] Webmaster, I am new on this site and I don’t understand the ( )   [a...] 4 in the test I have just taken, I am told I made a ( )   [m...], could you help me ? -Thank you for your ( )   [m...]. You should tell me the ( )   [n...] of the test so that I can help you. ( )   [R...]. -It was a test by bridg about a ( )   [re...] but I can’t ( )   [r...] the number. -Thank you for your new message. You’d better then ( )   [c...] bridg who will be ( )   [g...] to help you. Regards. -Sorry Webmaster, but bridg is not ( )   [co...] today. Thank you for your message. But I have just ( )   [c...] it and the answers are ( )   [c...], you must have made a ( )   [m...] in your ( )   [pr...] of answers. Please copy and ( )   [p...] the correction so that we can have a ( )   [l...] at that. Regards.

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