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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66603: Dictation and party
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    Nobody could understand why John had not came to the party. He had been invited over a month before and he had promissed he would be with us. Now people was trying to imagine all sort of possible reasons :
    Peter said, “He may have had an accident. The roads are terribly slipery .
    “I don ' t think so”, Dick said. The roads may be dangerious, OK, but he ' s a good driver and he ' s never had an accident so far. He may have forgoten all about it, that ' s all”.
    “Oh, come on! Not John! You ' re the kind of guy to do this, Dick, not him ' .
    Thank very much for your kindeness. I may be getting on in age and I may tend to forget thing at times but I ' m not the only one”.
    “Stop it, you two”! Joanne said. “Here he comes! '

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