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The girls went to see their favourite pop group.
Which is the best route to the coast?
That's not my usual place! *
The prisoner would not tell the truth.
A tapestry is a fabric upon which coloured threads are woven by hand to produce a design, often pictorial; like the Bayeux Tapestry. *
Is it true that Luke is dating June?
Whose book is this?
I need to sew a button on my shirt.
He put his arms through the lifebelt.
We need to assess this situation before we continue.
There was great relief at the rescue.
The Statue of Liberty is in New York, America. *
The organs are made up of tissues. *
Are you sure you swept this floor?
We had to queue to get into the show.
Fruit juice is good for your health.
Jane has a new suit for her new job.
I was tackled in football and now I have a bruise.
We set off from Florida for a week's cruise.

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