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Choose the sentence has a similar meaning: Charles and his father are exactly alike appearance.
A. Charles looks just like his father.
B. Charles is looking like his father.
C. Charles is alike his father.
Conditional Sentence Type 0, 1, 2, 3 Phenomenon(s) vs. PhenomenaIndefinite Pronoun Conditional and Mix Conditional SentenceAdverbsGrammar: was/wereduring, for, whileGerund & InfinitivesSentences
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If we (know) more about history, we (be / not) afraid of the test.
A. knew, wouldn’t be
B. know, weren’t afraid
C. knew, aren’t
D. know, wouldn’t be
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She will be very angry if you don’t bring … flowers
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