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In general,()wine is made from grapes Pass me ()salt,please. He will be ()Edison. I don't mind eating fast food three times ()day A fuman being is()only animal that is gifted with speech He said that()necessity is()mother of invention This is ()house whre Shakespeare was born Even if ()sun were to rise in()west, I would never change my mind The rescue worker grabbed the man by()hand The knowledge of first aid is of ()great use. He was at ()loss as to what to do. Mother went to see the school festival by () train

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In general,(X)wine is made from grapes. Pass me (the)salt,please. He will be (an)Edison. I don't mind eating fast food three times (a) day. A human being is(the )only animal that is gifted with speech. He said that (x) necessity is (the) mother of invention. This is (the) house where Shakespeare was born. Even if (the) sun were to rise in (the) west, I would never change my mind. The rescue worker grabbed the man by (the) hand. The knowledge of first aid is of (x)great use. He was at (a ) loss as to what to do. Mother went to see the school festival by (x) train. 以上でいかがでしょうか。

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