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1. Man


2. Material


3. Most phrasal verbs with 'mess'have a positive meaning.


4. Many adverbs ________ made by adding -LY to an adjective


5. Mince pies means tries.



6. Milan is ________ Italy


7. Modals form questions by inversion.


8. Marriage can tie you ________


9. May'is the only modal that can be used for asking or giving permission.


10. Mind ________ gap


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