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To “kick the bucket” means to ___.
a. get married
b. have a baby
c. die

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______ going to be ____ joyful when ____ June?

A. Whose, quite, it’s
B. Who’s, quiet, it’s
C. Who’s, quite, it’s
D. Whose, quiet, its


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