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There was litter everywhere* on the path, all over the lawn and in the bushes.
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He has been to five countries* France, Belgium, Holland, Germany and Spain.
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The forest had different types of trees* beech, maple, oak and elm.
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This is what you will need* walking boots, a raincoat, a rucksack and a packed lunch.
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I have five lessons today* maths, science, geography, history and art.
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These are the ingredients* flour, eggs, butter, icing sugar and jam.
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We saw many wild birds* robins, crows and sparrows, mainly.
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The theme park had many rides* two roller coasters, bumper cars, a log flume and lots more.
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I need some new clothes* trousers, shirts, jumpers and some socks.
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There are four girls in my group* Sophie, Louise, Hannah and Mandy.
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I can use a colon to introduce a list.