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1. ________ Andes are in South America


2. You can pay that bill at ________ bank


3. They live in ________ lovely flat


4. Virgin Megastore


5. We've been having ________ weather.



6. We always use the definite article with names of mountains.


7. The school gave me ________ education.


8. University of Hull


9. Westminster Abbey


10. They crashed because they had ________ burst tyre


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