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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75521: French words used in English
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    French words used in English


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    1. He is always dressed in something very indeed making him the envy of many a friend of his!

    2. I don't mind being dressed in something that is not ie a current rage(as long as I am comfortable of course!)

    3. He was upset, so very that he threw away his expensive ring without realizing what he was doing!

    4. Penning a for big novels like Nicholas Nickleby (an otherwise superb book) is no easy task.

    5. A real this guy. From nowhere he has suddenly entered into business and has started ruling it!

    6. Ever since he lost his parents he has turned religious and has become a to this temple.

    7. He is a real of sorts-believes that he is the best when actually he is a mere cipher!

    8. Many an innings that Sachin Tendulkar has played was a real -something any cricketer would be proud of!

    9. The criminal on the run took a road that proved to be a , for it was a dead end and he was trapped.

    10. Life, to speak philosophically, is a fascinating ie mixture of joys and sorrows !









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