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1. Don't forget to take those two tablets I ________ and let me know how you are.


2. In a word she is the complete ________ in temperament of Andrew. Here comes another cliche: opposites attract.


3. The ________ is palpable. Then suddenly the door bursts open and in walks our heroine, Sally looking like a drowned rat.


4. I'll ________ you know as soon as I come back from London. And then she went.


5. He jumps down from the platform onto the ________ and waves at the train driver to stop. The train stops and Andrew gets onto it.



6. They thought I would go to ________ .


7. If you take the first left after the post office, you come to Sally's place and if you take the second ________ to the right after that you come to the cottage where Andrew lives.


8. It was late April and the sun had disappeared behind dark heavy rain clouds but Andrew had already set ________ for the local pub.


9. Andrew showed him the headlines: Petrol prices rise again But you haven't got a car said his friend I know retorted Andrew still it means everything ________ will go up in price, too.


10. I always keep those two ________ with me when I go out at night.


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