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1. Yes, now he's gone I can see that there are two cars in the car park that have ________ .


2. A long, long time ago there were two frogs who thought it would be a good idea to ________ .


3. They like to think they're very important people but politicians just talk a lot of hot ________ most of the time.


4. There is a man in the river fully clothed who is ________ .


5. The main difference is that 'I will'________ .



6. I ordered a coffee from the waiter but by the time it had reached me it was ________ cold.


7. That's better I've got a clearer ________ .


8. There are a lot of people there in the car park and they're ________ .


9. They panicked and ________ .


10. The weather was perfect and the sun never ________ .


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