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1. I wish I ________ go tonight


2. I went to the gym to ________ off my anger


3. I went there ________ a holiday.


4. I was very happy ________ all my old friends were living there.


5. I was waiting ________ the bus stop when it began to rain



6. I wouldn't mind ________ them again


7. I went there ________ foot.


8. I wouldn't recommend ________ that car; it's got a lot of faults


9. I ________ as hard as I can but it just isn't working


10. I wasn't very hungry so I just ________ at my food.


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