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1) Tom  a pencil, but he  a rubber.

2) Mister Sebel 
a car, but he  a garage.

3) Gwendolyn 
a brother, but she  two sisters.

4) I 
a computer, but I  a printer.

5) You 
a friend, but you  a pet.

6) Tom 
a calculator, but he  a ruler.

7) Toby and Mindy 
a cat, but they  mice.

8) We 
German, but we  English.

9) The school 
classrooms., but it  playrooms.

10) Jane 
an ice-cream, but she  a soda.

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