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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #65894: Alone, only...
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    Alone, only...

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    1. I haven't got a photo of my trip.I lost my camera.

    2. Attention,you may have attempt to take your exam.

    3. During WWII many women brought up their children .

    4. Robinson Crusoe was on the desert island until the arrival of Vendredi.

    5. He felt very .

    6. You are the who believes in him !

    7. I travelled when I was young.

    8. Martin Luther King had an thought :the end of the apartheid.

    9. I have begun to feel afraid because I'm in the dark forest.

    10. In this monastery,we can watch a collection of ancient manuscripts.

    11. The king felt among his many courtiers.

    12. I have never suffered to be an child, I have many friends.

    13. He came back home from school .

    14. The famous violin Stradivarius has a marvellous musicality,a sound.

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