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    Tickets to English Functions

    Match the following sentences with what they express.

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    1. Biology can be defined as the scientific study of living species.

    2. He became a successful writer despite his extreme poverty.

    3. Would you mind helping me?

    4. Prices have recently increased due to the rain.

    5. I'm sorry to say this, but you're disturbing me.

    6. I doubt if he can succeed.

    7. You'd better cut down on smoking .

    8. I personally think that politics is a bad game.

    9. What do you think I should do?

    10. She likes dancing as well as gossiping.

    11. I don't think so .

    12. I'm awfully sorry.

    13. No one can deny that Karim is doing his best to improve his pronunciation.

    14. In order to lose weight, she's on a diet.

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