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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107884: Let's walk through the forest
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    Let's walk through the forest

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    1. When it's decorated with tinsels, baubles and a star at the top, a becomes a Christmas tree.
    2. Don't worry, a is not really sad.
    3. Its French name could suggest these trees are a bit tilted but most stand straight and tall.
    4. It is said that Louis IX (known as Saint Louis) dispensed justice under an tree.
    5. You can see a in the forest, but it is also depicted on the Lebanese flag,
    6. It's sometimes as pleasant to rest in the shade of a tree as to sunbathe on the beach.
    7. How strange, an has the same name before and after having been burned!
    8. The fruit of the
    tree are protected in a very soft cupule on the inside with a very spiky covering on the outside.
    9. In French you can confuse these two words, but in English you cannot mistake a for a job.
    10. By breaking its shell, you can see something resembling a small brain, but I'm not sure a
    is more clever than any other tree.
    11. Canadians use the sap of the to make syrup; you can also see the leaf of this tree on their flag.

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