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A Korean Grammar by Gustaf John Ramstedt, Juha Janhunen

By Gustaf John Ramstedt, Juha Janhunen

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My GP is retiring soon. a) You’ll have to find a new one. b) He is very tired. c) Do you know how often? d) My doctor told me. 3. Chocolate cake is bad for you. a) I can’t eat it. b) I’m too unhealthy. c) I shouldn’t eat chocolate. d) No, it’s not! 4. Did you book the holiday? a) Yes, I have. b) Yes, I did. c) Yes, I’d like to. d) Yes, I do. 5. Good morning, you’re through to the council house. Which department, please? a) I want the council house. b) What’s your name? c) Good morning. d) Housing, please.

Fluent _______________________________ 6. lifelike _______________________________ 7. ancient _______________________________ 8. honest _______________________________ 9. nice _______________________________ 10. bad _______________________________ 11. frightening _______________________________ 12. contemporary _______________________________ 13. icy _______________________________ 14. strong _______________________________ 15. com now! big activity book  English Banana 2004 30. com Test Your Vocabulary Skills Advanced Homophones 1 Homophones are words that sound the same as each other, but have different spellings and meanings.

Fur ___________________________ 13. berry ___________________________ 14. draft ___________________________ 15. com now! big activity book  English Banana 2004 31. com Test Your Vocabulary Skills Advanced Homophones 2 Homophones are words that sound the same as each other, but have different spellings and meanings. Write an English word that sounds the same as each of these words: 1. gate ___________________________ 2. heart ___________________________ 3. desert ___________________________ 4. loo ___________________________ 5.

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