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1.large extinct scorpion-like arthropod considered related to horseshoe crabs

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    Benefits of Bitter Gourd

    Bitter gourd

    Bitter gourd is bitter on the taste buds and hence, is excluded from most meals. But this does not deprive it of certain health benefits. Known for its acquired taste, bitter gourd is also referred to as a balsam pear or bitter melon. Similar to a cuc

    We can use take to say how much time we need to do something. Three constructions are possible.
      [person + take + time + infinitive]
      I took three hours to get home last night.
      She takes all day to wake up.
      [activity + take(+ person) + time]
      The journey took me three hours.
      Gardening takes a lot of time.
      [It + take + person + time + infinitive]
      It took me three hours to get home last night.
      It takes ages to do the shopping.
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