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

disregard - ignore - forget - leave - neglect - omit

1. My brother to lock the door, so it remained open till the morning.

2. If you don't want to get hurt, just her offensive comments.

3. James always Mary, and in the end; they broke ties with each other.

4. Jessica never her car. She has the mechanic fix it once a week.

5. I have my watch in my room. Would you mind getting it to me?

6. I see that my name is still written, please it from the text.

cure - overcome - recover - treat

7. It took her weeks to her father's death in a tragic traffic accident.

8. Mr. Smith managed to from the flue after he had rested a week in bed.

9. Tim underwent measles and was successfully at the state hospital.

10. Regular exercise is the best and consistent remedy to diseases.

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