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I came ... with fever and i need to go to the hospital.



 
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I came ... with fever and i need to go to the hospital. #1 (permalink) Wed Feb 17, 2010 0:46 am   I came ... with fever and i need to go to the hospital.
 

I came........... with fever and i need to go to the hospital.
a. on; b. up; c. down ; d. at.

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I came ... with fever and i need to go to the hospital. #2 (permalink) Wed Feb 17, 2010 9:13 am   I came ... with fever and i need to go to the hospital.
 

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