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1. I had a crash yesterday afternoon. Fortunately I didn't do too much damage ________ my car.


2. ________ year did Prince Charles of England marry?


3. ________ you do much sightseeing when you were on vacation in Madrid?


4. The employees ________ informed last night that their company was going into receivership.


5. Simon isn't at school this week. He's ________ vacation.



6. ________ does NATO stand for?


7. How many times ________ your travel documents checked before you boarded the airplane?


8. Shakespeare was born ________ 23 April, 1564.


9. Can you tell the difference ________ butter and margarine?


10. The chairman of the board has been employed in the finance industry ________ 1984.


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