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1. He drove too fast.


2. He had his flat burgled a few days ago


3. He looked ________ the window


4. He found ________ his horror that his car had been stolen


5. He looks ________ his brother



6. He drew ________ his cigarette and inhaled the smoke.


7. He looks angry- I think he's ________ to lose his temper completely.


8. He is ________ of cancer.


9. He found it hard to make himself ________ because of his pronunciation.


10. He going to fail because he does ________ any work.


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