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The day after the flimsy hut was completed, Hakim found work as a qualified mason. His daily income was eight dollars. ___1___ employer was a contractor who was ___2___ a canal. Meanwhile, Zati worked on ___3___ foothills. cutting grass which she sold ___4___ fodder for cattle. She usually sold ___5___ to the shopkeepers at the bazaar. ___6___ her bundle of grass weighing anything ___7___ to fifty kilograms and which she ___8___ to carry for between ten ___9___ fourteen kilometers, she received three dollars. ___10___ the eleven dollars, the family of four lived in comparative comfort, for food was plentiful and cheap. For the first time in their lives they were able to afford one meat meal a month.

 
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1. His   2. building   3. the   4. as   5. them   6. For   7. up   8. had   9. and   10. With
 
The day after the flimsy hut was completed, Hakim found work as a qualified mason. His daily income was eight dollars. ___His___ employer was a contractor who was ___building___ a canal. Meanwhile, Zati worked on ___the___ foothills, cutting grass which she sold ___as___ fodder for cattle. She usually sold ___them___ to the shopkeepers at the bazaar. ___For___ her bundle of grass weighing anything ___up___ to fifty kilograms and which she ___had___ to carry for between ten ___and___ fourteen kilometers, she received three dollars. ___With___ the eleven dollars, the family of four lived in comparative comfort, for food was plentiful and cheap. For the first time in their lives they were able to afford one meat meal a month.
 
 

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