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1. Who ________ what you think?


2. With such poor sales figures, they're ________ to go bankrupt sooner or later.


3. Which verb is always transitive?


4. You and me means tea.


5. Would you like ________?



6. While you're on holiday over there, could you ________ me back some French cheese?


7. Who ________ the last World Cup?


8. You are under no obligation ________ to sign the contact


9. Which is correct?


10. While you were out, ________ Mr Davis called. He left his number for you to call back.


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