What does it mean when someone is described as being a “pill”?
a. The person is difficult or bad-tempered.
b. The person is sickly.
c. The person is a doctor.
d. The person is fun to work with.
e. The person is wealthy.
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Other quiz: Grammar
Complete the sentences with the present simple or present continuous form of the verbs in brackets. Pick the correct forms:
My brothers __________________ football in the garden right now. (play)
B. are playing
C. is playing
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