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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103106: Expressions
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    1. A big blood (                 ) appeared on the man's shirt after the shooting.

    2. Freckles are tiny (                          ) of brown colour on the skin.

    3. The tiny (                    ) of gold in her eyes were very seductive.

    4. He felt very hot and suddenly red (                             ) covered his face.

    5. The repented criminal wanted to get rid of the (                 ) in his past.

    6. There was an oily (              ) on the white tablecloth.

    7. The boy has the measles: he's come out in (                 ) .

    8. After dry-cleaning it,my dress was full of black (                       ) due to a chemical reaction.

    9. Vitiligo is a skin disease that provokes white (                       ) .

    10. Never look for a (                 ) in your neighbour's eye when you have a log in your own.









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