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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #36910: Qualities
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    Qualities


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    1. If we ask Paul a favour, he will surely lend us a hand. He is very

    2. Paul is a prodigy when it comes to football. He is

    3. Paul is proud of himself. He is

    4. My grandmother has seen a lot of things. She is

    5. She has a lot of audacity. She is

    6. I count on you because I think you're

    7. He likes every detail to be perfect and makes sure it is so. He is

    8. He is very discreet. He is

    9. She always comes on time. She's very

    10. My best mate always feels concerned when I'm in troubles. He's very

    11. She always looks left and right before crossing the street. She's very

    12. She knows she's not mature enough to cope with two babies. She's

    13. He is very fragile, basically. He is

    14. He has been doing the same gestures for years. He has become very at it.

    15. He is very delicate. He is









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