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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #31592: Face distinguishing
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    Face distinguishing






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    1. I don't like men with beards but I quite like the look- you know- one or two days without shaving.
    2. Joanna's got lovely high . I find her very attractive.
    3. Sandy wears a lot of . She looks better without it, if you ask me.
    4. He cut himself climbing a tree when he was nine and he's got this just below his ear.
    5. My friend's got a small, brown on one of her cheeks.
    6. Kevin's got a beautiful smooth like a baby's.
    7. My aunt's getting old. She's starting to get round her eyes.
    8. He had terrible when he was a teenager. No wonder he was so shy with girls.
    9. My friend's had his nose and eyebrow he looks quite good, actually.
    10. My uncle looks really funny when he smiles because he's got two teeth missing and he refuses to wear .








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