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Q.1
'Chez' is a _________ in English. *

Q.2
English borrowed the word 'chez' directly from _________. *

Q.3
Most English speakers don't realize that 'chez' was borrowed from a foreign language. *

Q.4
Which of these words rhymes with 'chez'? *

Q.5
You need to be careful when you use 'chez' in English because it can sound _________. I recommend using it to be playful or humorous, so make sure to use it with a smile and a twinkle in your eye. *

Q.6
In the following example, Chez Robert most likely refers to a _________. / Have you ever been to Chez Robert? I hear it's really nice! *

Q.7
Rephrase the following sentence. / We're having a small get-together chez Steve tomorrow. *

Q.8
Rephrase the following sentence. / Billy seems to like it at my house. *

Q.9
Rephrase the following sentence. / You're always welcome at the Fitzroy household. *

Q.10
If Patti has been spending every day chez Debbie, she has been spending every day _________. *

Q.11
BONUS: The earliest recorded usage of 'chez' in English was in _________.

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