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1. I don't ________ what they say.


2. I got out of the bath and reached for a towel to dry ________


3. I got an ________ shock when I changed the light bulb.


4. I enjoyed ________ them again.


5. I don't know ________ shop she bought it from.



6. I fear ________ his health.


7. I found it very hard.'


8. I don't like ________ early


9. I enjoyed ________ them


10. I don't remember ________ the cooker off before I left.


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    There are no inherent dangers of eating apricots, except for normal allergies that some people might have. However, there is some concern about the healthy nature of dried fruit, which apricot is frequently made into. Sulphites have been found in most dried foods, and that is not a good thing. Sulphites can seriously impact asthma and induce asthmatic attacks. Therefore, as an asthma medicine, use fresh apricots, rather than dried versions.


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