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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69303: Paronyms
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    English exercise "Paronyms" created by sreedhar with The test builder
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    1. Leaving important papers around could be dangerous. Somebody may with them.
    2. His or lack of control over it usually lands him in some jam or the other.
    3. He pulled the string strongly enough to make it appreciably .
    4. He us science with amazing efficiency and enthusiasm.
    5. He offered us many a and thus won our hearts.
    6. I wonder why he does so profusely.
    7. The thieves-quite amazing this-managed to go the small window and thus burgle the house.
    8. He has such a knowledge on the subject that he can be called an authority on it.
    9. He is a lover of Agatha Christie's novels and never of talking about her books.
    10. His car needs ,undoubtedly, a change of .

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