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English, 26.11.2021 04:40 charleneubah3902

4. talk like that. * A. Don’t
B. Be
C. Doesn’t
D. Aren’t
5. they speak Korean? *
A. Are
B. Does
C. Is
D. Do
6. They baseball *
A. don’t play
B. doesn’t play
C. aren’t play
D. not play
7. When lunch? *
A. you usually eat
B. do you usually eat
C. do usually you eat
D. do you eat usually

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