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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #89156: What are you sitting on?
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    What are you sitting on?

    How many types of things were invented for sitting upon? Find out...

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    1. Yesterday, there weren't any free seats in the cinema so I had to sit on a ( )   [f...] chair.

    2. I like to relax in my ( )   [r...] chair in the evening after work.

    3. After lunch, when the weather is cold, I sit in my ( )   [a...] in front of the fireplace while I read a book.

    4. In all monarchical countries, the kings have a ( )   [t...].

    5. In the public parks, there are a lot of garden ( )   [b...].

    6. After Mass, I forgot my umbrella on the ( )   [p...].

    7. He does not play very well because the piano ( )   [s...] is too far away from the keyboard.

    8. With a ( )   [s...] chair it is easier to retrieve files from my shelves without leaving my chair.

    9. When we leave on holiday, we are forced to take the ( )   [h...] chair for our baby.

    10. In the car, we have also installed a ( )   [b...] seat for our eldest son.

    11. In fact, he is eight years old and no longer needs the ( )   [b...] car seat.

    12. In summer, we like to sunbathe on our ( )   [de...].

    13. In the USA, the death penalty is sometimes carried out by means of an ( )   [e...] chair.

    14. After a plane crash, the pilot was injured and required the use of a ( )   [wh...].

    15. For better hygiene, we must always shut the lid of the ( )   [t...].

    16. The ( )   [w...] chair has a high back and is only meant to seat one person.

    17. During the sixteenth century, only very rich people or royalty were traveling in a ( )   [s...] chair.

    18. And do you know the history of the ( )   [c...]?

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