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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #70545: Professions or trades
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Jobs [Change theme]
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    1. A can never be a celebrity but he is in no way inferior to one for our streets without him stink like hell.

    2. Love sweets? Then do get friendly with a for he would provide you with some fine sweet dishes.

    3. The of this building does her job with great sincerity. No wonder the building is spick-and-span.

    4. If you wish to know whether your pal stays at this building, do ask the - ie one who takes care of this building.

    5. Shylock, the wicked character in The Merchant Of Venice by Shakespeare was an . He lent money at vey high interest

    6. Today , we rarely get to see a on our streets - that great entertainer who performs tricks with his hands.

    7. The unfortunate was stabbed by the student he caught red handed indulging in malpractice.

    8. The of this museum seems pretty competent for which reason the museum seems well taken care of.

    9. He has been quite a successful . Looks like he has a way with horses and so can ride them superbly.

    10. This is worth avoiding for his fruits are hardly the best of their kind and sells them at very high prices too.

    11. The windows of his house needs glass to be set on them and he is on look out for a good for the very purpose.

    12. He is a and therefore can be relied upon to draw maps pretty efficiently and accurately.









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