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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #70259: Words confused
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    1. My poor friend badly needs some financial assistance. He is unfortunately .

    2. Though right now very rich this young fellow is bound to become penniless soon. He is so
    you see-he spends money like water.

    3. This place is plagued by rains.

    4. Romeo pledged to Juliet his love for her,forgetting that nothing is permanent in this world of ours.

    5. Sachin Tendulkar's achievements in the world of sports are truly .

    6. We were all when our common friend said that he awoke at four that morning for he was no early riser.

    7. Abraham Lincoln was by all means an leader of men and a true humanitarian as well.

    8. What with Global Warming and other problems that mankind is facing our destruction seems .

    9. He is so in nature that success is bound to be his.

    10. An worker is one who is employed by some manufacturing industry or the other.









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