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1. Angela has been a Mafia informant for many years now. Knowing that the Mafia is fond of ________ its enemies, she demands and is paid exorbitant amounts of money to do this dirty job.


2. I told them I ________ just going out for a short walk.


3. Actually I had ________ it to her before we set out.


4. No sooner ________ I shut the door, when the telephone rang.


5. He was wondering what ________ prompted him to take no notice at all.



6. We asked him why he ________ telephoned earlier.


7. He realized he ________ left it in the car before he reported it lost.


8. The witness ________ everyone that he hadn't had anything to do with the crime.


9. The plague in the nineteenth century was a terrible disease that ________ millions of people.


10. In the Middle Ages, bandits and criminals were publicly ________ by hanging.


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English Phrases
Basic English Usage
1. Exactly.
2. Absolutely.
3. That's so true.
4. That's for sure.
5. I agree 100%
6. I couldn't agree with you more.
7. That's exactly what I think. / That's exactly how I feel.
8. (informal) Tell me about it! / You're telling me!
9. (informal) I'll say!
10. I suppose so. (use this phrase for weak agreement you agree, but reluctantly)
Note: Avoid the common error of saying "I'm agree" the correct phrase is "I agree" or "I'm in agreement" the second one is more formal.
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