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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69993: Orthographic teaser
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    Orthographic teaser


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    1. Ricky Ponting, an ace cricketer and the captain of Australia, happens to be the of Steve Waugh.

    2. Steve Waugh, the of the present captain of Australia, Ricky Ponting, was himself a fabulous cricketer.

    3. I am so weak at mathematics that I require plenty of - it will do me a world of good.

    4. He is the Vice - of this University and for his cultural activities and extraordinary learning deserves to be.

    5. Look at the . I have never seen one that stretched so far!

    6. The calamity was truly immense for only a little child miraculously was the sole .

    7. One can only wonder what is his in life because I haven't seen such an idler in my life.

    8. He enjoys an post at the university but being extremely wealthy he doesn't care a fig for it.

    9. He is full of anecdotes and so it would be sensible to listen to him.

    10. I detest him for his arrogant behaviour. His is indeed very objectionable.









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