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1. She took the train ________ work


2. She ________ a good impression in her interview


3. She turned _________ their offer because the salary wasn't high enough.


4. She took out a student loan to ________ her university course.


5. She was shut ________ in a mental hospital for many years.



6. She works ________ a factory


7. She works ________ a shop


8. She wouldn't let me to do it.


9. She works ________


10. She took it upon ________ to organize everything.


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