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1. I wouldn't mind ________ them again


2. I wish they ________ be quiet; they know how it annoys me.


3. I wish he ________ hurry up


4. I would like ________ the film


5. I was ________ home all night



6. I wish I ________ go tonight


7. I wish I ___ go there on Friday.


8. I ________ a lot of mistakes when I speak French


9. I would like to make it ________ clear that I was not involved.


10. I went there ________ a holiday.


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