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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69109: Confusing words
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    English exercise "Confusing words" created by sreedhar with The test builder
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    1. Poor girl. The work she does has made her hands very .
    2. She is working hard at her in Astrology.
    3. The he uses for his hair has made him go more or less bald.
    4. To for your country is a good fortune that comes to few.
    5. This chicken soup smells extremely .
    6. He keeps and makes a fair bit of money out of them.
    7. There is a in his trousers which needs to be taken care of.
    8. The book, some 500 pages, has hardly taken him 3hours to read. Incredible!
    9. I've decided to meet him . Right now I have better things to do than meeting that regular fraud.
    10. I love reading books penned by both Agatha Christie and Maclean, but I prefer somehow or the other books written by the

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