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1. You ___ rugby.


2. You ________ football.


3. What's the plural of 'belief'?


4. The plural of 'match'is ________


5. What's the plural of 'giraffe'?



6. They wrote the debt ________, cancelled it, because it was never going to be paid


7. The plural of 'trip'is ________


8. Fish


9. I ________ swimming twice a week.


10. Potato


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