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1. They are worried about the imports from China.


2. These jeans will ________ when you wash them the first time


3. There's a supermarket in the shopping centre


4. They didn't allow me ________ it.


5. There's so much to do that I'm struggling to ________ with it all.



6. They came ________ a fortune when their father died


7. They arrived for the film


8. They are selling ________ the less profitable parts of the business.


9. There's ________ way I'll do it.


10. They arrived ________ Paris


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