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1. ________ mother is coming to collect them.


2. ________ anyone seen my laptop?


3. ________ it is supposed to be easy to do, they still found it very hard


4. ________ is going with you?


5. ________ I saw her yesterday, she was on her way home.



6. ________ doors


7. ________ he did, he still found it too difficult


8. ________ it been completed yet?


9. ________ is very complicated.


10. ________ I known, I'd have told you straightaway


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