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1) Alan was always in trouble with the police when he was young but he’ married man.
2) The people who had been hurt in the car accident lay screaming in
3) Because his condition ’ s not serious they ’ ve his name on the hospital waiting list.
4) The second part of the book describes the strange of events that lead to the King ’ s fall from power.
5) my tears.
6) They are going to those clothes and blankets among the flood victims.
7) Linda managed to support herself by working as a waitress.
8) Parts of my childhood are so to me that they could be memories of yesterday.
9) People often the old days with good times, and seem to forget the hardship they suffered.
10) Andrew decided, after much thought, to leave his job.
11) Jane ’ s worried she won’ t be able to her paper on time.
12) The President came under attack from all sides for his inability to country ’ s severe social problems.
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1) There was no wind and the oak tree behind the house was standing
2) If you don’ t want to buy a kite, you can make your own using directions in books at your local library.
3) The girl walked steadily north, pausing to check her direction.
4) The trade unions employers to invest more money in staff training.
5) As a sailing ship has a , so we must have a definite goal in our life.
6) Before people knew how to make and use metal s, engineering constructions were built of wood or stone.
7) You ’ ll probably find Dave at the school disco – he often there.
8) If your house has been broken into, don’ t touch anything. Call the police
9) We had a family where I saw relatives I hadn’ t seen for 20 years.