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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #93889: To hear and prepositions
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    To hear and prepositions

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    1. I have the impression to be deaf since I a sharp noise in this concert.

    2. Since yesterday, I still haven't him. I hope I haven't hurt him. In fact, he is easily offended.

    3. -Are you sure? Sandra and Bobby are getting married? -Yes, I am. You should soon their wedding plans.

    4. Have you the death of Bobby Brown?

    5. I'm waiting for my cousin. Have you the flight was on time?

    6. I've been bad things about the neighbour's son. In fact, he has been caught red-handed by the police.

    7. The train station is too noisy and I can't platform we are going to depart from.

    8. Did you the house at the corner of the street will be destroyed next year?

    9. I have just the news that the Prime Minister will resign tomorrow.

    10. The teacher can't the pupils are quarrelling in the playground.

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