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General English : General Elementary English Questions and Answers


1. Boss: 'And this is our new employee.' Jane:________


2. Mike: I wonder if you could help me with this problem. Jane: ________


3. In ________ I agree.


4. Ah that's ________ better now I can't hear those awful bells. Now what was it you wanted to say?


5. Mike: 'That's the 16th job interview I've failed. What should I do?' Jane:________



6. I ________ wanted to say.


7. It doesn't really ________ now. I just wanted to say how beautiful the bells sounded.


8. Now I've shut the window and I'll make one more ________ .


9. Sorry you'll have to speak ________ .


10. It's no ________ I can't hear you.


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