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1. She jumped ________


2. She only just passed the exam


3. She spoke ________ him yesterday.


4. She runs ________ the wind


5. She lives in the South Asia.



6. She makes more money than her husband


7. She lived ________ Australia for several years


8. She lives ___ Anne.


9. She spoke with ________ honesty.


10. She told him that their relationship was ________ and that she didn't want to speak to him again


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If you give an apology, you say you are sorry for doing something wrong.

If you give an excuse, you provide a reason or explanation for the problem (this can be seen as trying to avoid responsibility).
  • Apology: "I'm sorry I was late. It won't happen again."
  • Excuse: "I was late because my car wouldn't start."
  • Apology: "I'm sorry for the mistake in my report. I should have checked the statistics more carefully."
  • Excuse: "Well, if you hadn't rushed me to finish the report, I wouldn't have made a mistake!"

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