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The negative form of : They went to the mall.
A. They did not go to the mall.
B. They does not went to the mall
C. They dis not went to the mall
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I will come and see you before I _______ for America.
B. will leave
C. have left
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Laurie: “My daughter is in the hospital.”
A. That’s terrible.
B. That’s good.
C. I’m happy to hear that.
D. That’s interesting.
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