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1. She spoke with ________ honesty.


2. She poured the drinks into ________ glasses.


3. She spoke ________ him yesterday.


4. She spends more than she earns


5. She speaks the language so well that she could pass ________ a native speaker.



6. She started work for ICI three years ago


7. She ran to the station and managed to get there ________ time.


8. She isn't really ________ for the job


9. She put a pullover ________ because she was feeling cold


10. She resembles her mother very closely; she is not at all ________ her mother


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