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Homonyms - Vocabulary Questions and Answers.


1. I can't wait to ________ the new movie "Titanic".


2. You reap what you ________.


3. She likes to ride the roller coaster for the ________ thrill of it.


4. The dictator wanted to ________ power.


5. I have known him ________ we were school children.



6. An Arab prince or chief is called a ________.


7. Things are not as they ________.


8. He took the supplies to the new building ________.


9. Children should learn how to ________ buttons on their clothes.


10. Oats, wheat and barley are all used to make breakfast ________.


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