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Progress Test 1 (Units 1-4) 1 A; 2 10 C; 18 B; 25 D; 32 D; 39 C; c; 3 c; 4 B; 5 D; 6 A; 7 A; 8 A; 9 D; 11 B; 12 C; 13 C; 14 C; 15 C; 16 A; 17 D; 19 C; 20 B; 21 A; 22 C; 23 B; 24 C; 26 D; 27 C; 28 D; 29 B; 30 A; 31 B; 33 B; 34 A; 35 C; 36 B; 37 A; 38 B; 40 A; 41 C; 42 D; 43 A; 44 A; 45 A 1 C; 2 A; 3 C; 4 D; 5 D; 6 B; 7 B; 8 A; 9 B; 10 A; 11 B; 12 A; 13 B; 14 D; 15 A; 16 C; 17 B; 18 B; 19 D; 20 C; 21 A; 22 A; 23 C; 24 D; 25 A; 26 C; 27 D; 28 A; 29 D; 30 A; 31 A; 32 C; 33 C; 34 D; 35 B; 36 D; 37 B; 38 D; 39 A; 40 A; 41 C; 42 D; 43 D; 44 B; 45 A 1 D; 10 D; 17 B; 24 B; 31 B; 38 D; 45 D 2 B; 3 A; 4 C; 5 B; 6 B; 7 C; 8 A; 9 B; 11 A; 12 C; 13 A; 14 D; 15 D; 16 C; 18 A; 19 B; 20 C; 21 D; 22 D; 23 A; 25 A; 26 C; 27 D; 28 D; 29 B; 30 C; 32 C; 33 A; 34 A; 35 A; 36 C; 37 A; 39 C; 40 B; 41 C; 42 A; 43 D; 44 C; 1 A; 2 B; 3 A; 4 A; 5 A; 6 C; 7 D; 8 B; 9 B; 10 D; 18 D; 25 C; 32 D; 39 A; 11 C; 12 B; 13 A; 14 B; 15 B; 16 C; 17 C; 19 A; 20 B; 21 C; 22 C; 23 D; 24 B; 26 C; 27 C; 28 D; 29 B; 30 C; 31 B; 33 D; 34 B; 35 C; 36 B; 37 C; 38 B; 40 D; 41 B; 42 A; 43 D; 44 C; 45 D UNIVERSITY of CAMBRIDGE Local Examinations Syndicate IJ ---, - ---- Candidate Name If not already printed, in CAPITALS and co Candidate No.

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