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1. Alice: Me too. Just listen to the ________ of his voice now.


2. Woman: Sorry to hear that. What ________ of problems?


3. Old lady: All I want to know is ________ day today is.


4. Alice: Yes, you're ________ right. I've seen him on tv loads of times.


5. Employee: Are you ________ problems, madam?



6. Mary: I've got it. ________ it's Dobson. Yes, that's it Michael Dobson.


7. Mary: Yes, Michael Dobson he was in that new ________ as the detective.


8. You have to ________ smoking because it's not good for you!


9. Charlie: Sorry about that I must have ________ the wrong number. Have a nice day.


10. Charlie: Well, it all started when my wife ________ out on me.


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