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Unformatted text preview: 7. Your hands (A) get warm facing a fire (B). 8. Your hands (A) get warm not by facing a fire but by you being in a warm room (B) in which there is a fire place. 9. Your hands (A) get warm by you (B) by rubbing them against each other. 10. Your hands (A) get warm by holding a hot cup (B) of tea. 11. The tires (A) of your car become warm after a long trip on a very cold road (B). 12. A hot tea (A) becomes cold in a cup (B). 13. A hummers head (A) becomes warm after being used to hit nails for a long time by you (B). 14. A hummers metal (A) head becomes warm while being held by you (B). Answer: 8w and 6q TOUPADAKIS AT WINTER2009...
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