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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104267: Increase your vocabulary 1-4 Synthesis
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    Increase your vocabulary 1-4 Synthesis

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    1) Once upon a time, in a (beauty) and vast (King) , a fair Princess was enjoying a very happy (child) and adolescence with her Royal parents, until her mother died (expect). The King had to remarry (quick) for his people's good. After that event, the Princess, ironically nicknamed 'Cinderella', led a very (comfort) life with her new family. She suffered much (hard) : (fair) (treat) , (oppress) and (punish) were her daily lot ... Her life was (bear) , but she didn't lose hope during that long stretch of (obscure) and (suffer). 'Cinderella' (final) managed to get (recognize) and (happy) . She could enjoy (free) and love with her Prince Charming. Like in most tales, they lived happily ever after.

    2) Let's sympathize with all the (power) people of the world, real or legendary. When you're in charge of a country and (fame), you're not allowed to be (worth), or (fear). You have to fight against any (able), as King George VI did. You must have (consider) strength of mind. You have to work, (comfortable) of course, but (noise), for your (govern) and your fellow (city), avoiding to shock and cause scandals. Being a King, a Prince, or Princess means you must always act (thought) and give up a part of your private (depend). What a job ! Would you like to be a King ? ;0)

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