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1. I live in London ________ most of the year.


2. I look forward to an answer___


3. I prefer ________ here to my old job


4. I need a break- roll ________ the holidays.


5. I ought to leave



6. I regret having invited them in the first place


7. I ought to tell him


8. I passed ________ and collapsed on the floor.


9. I only caught a ________ of her


10. I rang her before ________ out


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