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  • PUJ GROUP 4, ENGLISH 4 LAURA CAMILA MONTES
    • An intense emotion of affection, and regard towards a person or thing  
    • 1. work something out: to find a solution or explanation for something
    • 2. decide: to reach a decision or conclusion about something
    • enter space: to enter a place or building
    • Example: Let's go into the house
    • become adult: to develop into an adult.
    • suspend something: to put something on a peg, hook, or hanger.
    • start or continue something: to start or continue with something, especially after a period of uncertainty or delay
    • make somebody or something fall: to cause somebody or something to fall to the ground by striking or pushing.
    • To escape or flee from somebody or something.
    • write something down: to write something down, especially on paper .
    • dismantle something: to reduce something whole to its individual parts or pieces .
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    • I dont know when the film finishes
    • I dont know where did you left your keys.
    • I cant remember in which page is the homework
    • I have no idea how you can put your presentation on your blogger.
    • I dont know how much cost two tickets.