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1. I will go ________ you come with me, but I won't go alone.

2. I wish he ________ hurry up

3. I went there ________ foot.

4. I went to _________ Tower of London last week.

5. I wish I ___ go there on Friday.

6. I was ________ cold.

7. I won't be ________

8. I would rather that he ________ come.

9. I would be grateful if you ________ send me further information.

10. I ___ what she's saying.

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