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1. Is the story a fact or a myth?2. Her sixteenth birthday was held inManila Hotel.3. The President is not worth the trust ofthe citizens.4. Ten thin kittens were found on thestreets.5. The children were taught to bethoughtful to their parents.
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1. He demands that his service becredited.2. Report the accident to the authoritieswithout further delay.This balm soothes tired nerves.The farmer gathered the seeds yesterday.Breathe deeply before you start theexercise.
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1. Beauty aids cannot hide a woman’sage.2.He was shocked by the raids on hisstore.3. The people saw heads over thehedge.4. The bands travelled on a barge.5. The siege sows seeds of discontent.
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1. Did the doctor tell you that a mere massagewould improve her mirage?2. The government called their plan “ sabotage”,because it had a camouflage.3. The loss of her rare treasure changed hiscomposure.4. Generally, amnesias are usually due to theanesthesia.5. His persuasion could not change Manor’sdecision to join the division.
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1. Her poise and intelligence made herwin in the contest.2. The patient insisted on atranquilizer.3. He visits the nursery regularly.4. The criminal deserved the insult.5. It was a paradise for us.