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1. That's ________ reason to be rude all the time


2. ________ newspapers support the Government, but most don't


3. It was ________ good that I rushed out and bought it.


4. Could I have ________ more tea, please?


5. You shouldn't take ________ medicine without reading the information first



6. They did it ________ well


7. There's ________ coffee left; could you get some while you're out?


8. The coffee was ________ hot to drink.


9. ________ shops don't accept credit cards


10. The coffee was ________ hot that I couldn't drink it.


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