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1. It's too late to call her now.


2. It's rude to ________


3. It's standard ________ to charge a booking fee for theatre tickets


4. It's worth a few ________ pounds.


5. It's vital ________ gets done.



6. It's no use ________ about the exam now


7. It's ________ as mine.


8. It's wrong.


9. It's the second turning ________ the left.


10. It's ten kilometres or ________


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    God bless you

    For many; saying God Bless You after someone sneezes is a gesture of politeness. However the origin to such formality finds its roots in Pope Gregory the Great who would say it to people who sneezed during a bubonic plague; and from the erroneous belief that the soul escapes the body during a sneeze and the heart momentarily stops. Therefore saying God bless you was a way of welcoming the person back to life.


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