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  9. Why is it sometimes diffucult to connect?

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  10. To or for

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  11. Negative sentences

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  12. daily challange

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  14. Wh - question

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  15. Indirect speech

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  16. past perfect - section all tenses

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  18. conditionals

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  19. subject-verb agreement

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  20. passive sentences

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