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General English Grammar Questions and Answers


1. He invented a machine to ________ people in wheelchairs to get up stairs.


2. Every morning, I ________ the paper.


3. She prefers making toys for her children ________ them in the shops.


4. John has ________ home.


5. We ________ waiting here for two hours.



6. I ________ him twice before he left for New York.


7. ĎI know you donít like me. I donít like you ________.í


8. In my youth I ________ exercise every day.


9. I ________ to Tokyo recently.


10. He was thrilled to be ________ such a wonderful lady.


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