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1. I've never been ________ the United States


2. If a football player stops an opponent from being a threat, they close that player up.


3. If a woman is knocked out, she is pregnant.


4. If a bird like an eagle flies very high in the sky, it ________


5. I've thought a lot _________ them recently.



6. I've just seen that film you were talking about


7. If a country threatens military action to get what it wants, it is using gunboat diplomacy.


8. If a business stops trading, it closes off.


9. If all bets are off, then previous agreements no longer apply.


10. I've just sent the reply


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