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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66048: Prepositions
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    Prepositions


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    1. Some people are needlessly suspicious each and everything.

    2. He indulges all sorts of mindless activities and thus whiles away his time.

    3. This atmosphere is hardly conducive teaching and learning activities.

    4. This man is devoid the minimum amount of common sense one needs to possess.

    5. Substituting one person the other is not always feasible.

    6. He derives immense pleasure reading the books penned by Agatha Christie.

    7. I am disgusted the immoral attitude of some people as they are a real bad influence.

    8. He is truly keen doing some good for the people of his constituency. Some leaders are a rarity today.

    9. I do not have much acquaintance him and so can't say whether he is amiable or not.

    10. It is better not to cultivate much attachment anything or any person in this world.

    11. He does not have much resemblance his brother so no one can say they are like two peas in a pod.

    12. He has a reputation flaring up easily. So beware!









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