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Fill in the gaps using the correct form of the verbs.

refuse - regret - deny - reject - resist

1. Jack now not having called Susanne to his party.

2. Ersan invited Hale to his wedding, but she the invitation.

3. Although Mary is on a diet, she cannot eating apple pie.

4. The heart-broken boy to talk to his girl friend on the phone.

5. The suspect that he had committed all those crimes.

irritate - interrupt - disturb - offend - interfere

6. I should not be while I am speaking.

7. Some developed countries always in the internal affairs of the developing ones.

8. The way the man looked really the woman waiting in the queue.

9. The truth that we have not done our homework will the teacher.

10. I deliberately the girl as she had hurt my feelings.

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