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    1. If you don't like the club's policies, the will give you the opportunity to express your point of view.

    2. When his request for a few days leave was refused he simply went so he's really in trouble now.

    3. The average of the population is, by definition, 100.

    4. I can't afford to pay you tonight but I'll give you an with a promise to pay within the week.

    5. You'd think that he'd be quite bright as he's got a in French.

    6. The should be able to help the country but only if it accepts strict conditions.

    7. Making sense of those statistics should be no problem for someone with a

    8. Redundancies forced by the current economic climate have given the people quite a headache.

    9. The robberies were really baffling the and the police were being heavily criticised in the press.

    10. The company is right at the heart of the city of London and so is well placed to keep abreast of the latest financial developments.

    11. The holds strongly to his agreed strategy but only after considering the opinions of his officers.

    12. He wants to change his as, whenever he's ill, he can never get an appointment.

    13. The is an important series of examinations in every child's life in the United Kingdom.

    14. You can see from his house that he's keen on but I'm not sure that his wife is so happy about it.

    15. A good and enthusiastic with a wide range of music can make a big difference to a party.

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