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General English Questions and Answers


1. You honestly can't tell one twin from another as they are like as two ________ in a pod.


2. I asked you to bring back a different one but you've brought a similar one back that's exactly the ________ as the first one.


3. look at your watch ________ or even yawn.


4. This story is ________ on an incident that actually happened.


5. I worked out the answer in the end by putting two and two ________ .



6. I honestly wouldn't trust either of them. They both think the same way and they're two of a ________ .


7. You can easily tell that this document ________ from the 12th century because of a distinctive script.


8. They couldn't hold their meeting in the open air ________ of the heavy rain.


9. you could be subtle and ________ up the sitting room clock


10. Quite honestly I really can't decide which one to choose I'm what you might say in two ________ .


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