There are … tea bags left; we need to go to the supermarket.
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Other quiz: Grammar
To refuse a favour, you can say the following, except:
A. Unfortunately I can’t help.
B. I’m afraid I can’t.
C. Sorry, I’m not able to help.
D. I will help you in your dreams.
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