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Basic Keywords 2

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at
There was great relief at the rescue.
that
That child is getting up to mischief again.
they
They threw a lifebelt to the drowning man.
with
I control my computer with a mouse.
are
Job vacancies are listed in the paper.
have
Have you sufficient money for a cab home?
said
I don't like the way you said that.
you
Did you receive my last letter?
him
I can't believe she has married him.
his
A proficient person does his job well.
as
He broke the world-record and had a video as proof.
but
There were lots of ducks but only one goose.
all
Your sad story had us all in tears.
ball
He kicked the ball through the window.
call
Please wait while I make a call.
not
Many people do not have sufficient food.
or
A weir is a dam or a man-made waterfall.
for
Pay the bill and ask for a receipt.
of
The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
off
We set off from Florida for a week's cruise.

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