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1. Hens ________ eggs


2. Her mother ________ last week.


3. He's sitting ________ the bar.


4. He's very ________ about his lack of progress


5. He's lived there all his life



6. He's the one that took it.


7. He's very sensitive, so we tried not to ________ his feelings.


8. Her photograph was ________ the front page of the evening newspaper


9. He's not very well and feeling a bit under the ________


10. He's very sensitive, so people walk on ________ when he's around.


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