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1. You've ________ ruined my new carpet with your filthy shoes.


2. He asked me what I ________ doing there.


3. It's time we ________ .


4. He told them he ________ starting work the next day.


5. He refused to go until he ________ seen all the paintings.



6. It doesn't make sense. I can't understand why he ________ at you last night.


7. She was annoyed that she ________ spoken to like that.


8. He didn't want me to enter and ________ disputed my reason for being there.


9. I've just been ________ here that man has been released.


10. I ________ come if I had had time.


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Rules to play Horseshoes

Dimensions

A horseshoe court shall be a level rectangular area 6 ft wide and a minimum of 46 ft long. A north south setting is recommended for outdoor courts to minimize the effects of the sun.

The word capital, in politics/geography, refers to the town or city that is the official center of a country's government:
  • Washington D.C. is the capital of the U.S.

    The word capitol is very specific - it refers to a building or complex of buildings where the government meets to make laws.

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    The capitol building in the U.S.

  • London is the capital of England.

    In economics, the word capital refers to wealth (money and/or property) belonging to a person or company. A business that is just beginning needs start-up capital (an amount of money to get started).

    We also have capital letters (ABC) - the big letters that are different from lowercase letters (abc).

    Capital and capitol are pronounced the same.

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