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Computer verbs

Here are some useful verbs related to using the computer:

(to) click (to) type (to) insert
(to) drag


(to) format
(to) delete (to) scroll (to) browse

Use some of the words from the table above to fill the gaps in the sentences below.

1. To is to move text up and down so that you can see different parts of a document.
2. To is to press the mouse button and release it immediately. Sometimes you double an icon - to open a file, for example.
3. If you want to move a block of text, you can it with the mouse to a different position.
4. You can more characters or data into a text that is already on the screen.
5. If you are going to use a new disk, you may have it first.

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