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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #73440: Verbs and feelings
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    Verbs and feelings

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    English exercise "Verbs and feelings" created by lunatik with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from lunatik]
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    - Hello Paul ! You happy today,

    It that you have got good news about your new job !

    - Hello Kate ! In fact, I started a new job as a computer scientist at “System's” on the 1st of February, I very excited because I've just got my first salary.

    - That's excellent news. Let's drink to your success, I thirsty, don't you ?

    - That like a good idea. But it's my treat. Let's go and have a drink at the Twenties's Pub.

    - It all right to me. Let's go !

    - Do you like some hot cakes too ?

    - Yes I do, I'm cold.

    - It like snow !

    - That's why you worried ?

    - I can the clouds,

    and there don't to be many people in the pub !

    - There to be a problem : the Twenties's pub is closed !

    - And it as if it's getting colder and colder !

    - , it's snowing ! I feel like going home now.

    - I'm going to leave too. The weather awful. We'll have a drink at the pub another day…

    - Next Monday if you like. you soon !

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