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Skryf Die volgende sinne in die LYDENDE VORM.

1.Babsy het gister die bal baie hard geskop.

2.Lalla moet daagliks die winkel blitsvinnig gaan

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    Gister het Babsy die bal baie hard geskop

    Daagliks moet Lalla die winkel blitsvinnig (verbygaan or ingaan).


    Teen minste ek dink dit is hoe dit is... Ek is nie seeker ek bly al baie laank in die buiteland.

    Maar nou ja.

    Voorspoed!

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    The ball was ....

    The store must be ..... every day by Lalla

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