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Homonyms - Vocabulary Questions and Answers.


1. It is a serious offence to ________ the army.


2. I hope you ________ drop in to see us soon.


3. Frankly, my dear I don't give a ________.


4. The retired couple went on a pleasure ship ________ to the East Indies.


5. I am just ________ to see you!



6. The ________ is cast, the answer is clear.


7. The American ________ has the power to grant visas.


8. The rent is ________ soon.


9. He walked for days in the ________ without seeing another living thing, only sand.


10. If flowers are left out of water they will wither and ________.


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