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1. I ________ swimming twice a week.


2. The plural of 'fox'is ________


3. The plural of 'play'is ________


4. You ________ athletics.


5. You ________ skiing.



6. Mouse


7. Church


8. They ________ gymnastics.


9. What's the plural of 'dwarf'?


10. What's the plural of 'chief'?


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  • Home Remedies

    Acidity

    1. Take a tiny piece of jaggery (gur) every hour. Just keep it in the mouth and slowly suck it till acidity subsides.
    2. Drink coconut water 3-4 times a day. Have a plateful of watermelon (tarbooz) and/or cucumber (kheera) every hour.
    3. Harad juice, 1-2 teaspoon daily after meals is very effective in controlling acidity. The juice can be mixed with an equal amount of amla juice for better results. To take out amla juice , grate an amla and squeeze the pulp through a clean muslin cloth to get juice.
    4. Chewing a piece of harad is an age old remedy.


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