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    #1

    Post suitable word

    Dear all,
    Did I complete the following sentences with a suitable word (the underline)?
    Thanking you.
    1. Iím not good in remembering peopleís names.
    2. When did you learn how to cook so brilliantly?
    3. I didnít know you were interested in motorbikes!
    4. Does that girl in the corner remind you to anyone?

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    #2

    Exclamation Re: suitable word

    Quote Originally Posted by ofd View Post
    Dear all,
    Did I complete the following sentences with a suitable word (the underline)?
    Thanking you.
    1. Iím not good at (in) remembering peopleís names.
    2. When did you learn (how) to cook so brilliantly? The word is not necessary
    3. I didnít know you were interested in motorbikes!
    4. Does that girl in the corner remind you of (to) anyone?
    The correct words have been replaced in red.

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