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1. Could you explain that point ________ me again?


2. It was good ________ her to tell us.


3. I can't tell the difference ________ them.


4. She spent a fortune ________ that painting


5. It was kind ________ them to assist.



6. Don't take any notice ________ him


7. It's no substitute ________ the real thing.


8. Did they give you the reasons ________ their decision?


9. It took me a while to get accustomed ________ the noise.


10. I'm hopeless ________ music.


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