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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4160: Vocabulary about war
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    Vocabulary about war


    Essayez de retrouver la bonne expression pour ces phrases sur le thème de la guerre.

    Bon courage

     

    Try to find the right word for that series of sentences on War.

     

    Good luck





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    1. The Cold War was a between the USA and USSR.

    2. Both camps resorted to massive .

    3. In for the 9/11 terrorist attacks Bush launched a war against terrorism.

    4. He launched a to promote democratic ideas.

    5. The main bone of between Bush and his opponents was the arms of massive destruction.

    6. His was ' To fight against the Evil Axis'

    7. Many young people decided to take their card to support that cause.

    8. After a series of attacks, some of them were .

    9. Up to now, no on the presence of Arms of massive destruction has been found.

    10. Some soldiers were from the Army because they tortured innocent people.









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