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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8346: Dialogue : At the hairdresser's
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Bilingual dialogues [Change theme]
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    Dialogue : At the hairdresser's


    Find the missing words.


    Note : we have translated 'queue de cheval' as 'queue', in English we say 'pony tail'.

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    -My hair is quite (                 ) . I would like to have it (                    ) . -All right, and would you like to dye your (              ) ? -Actually, I would like to keep my natural (                    ) . Yet I would like some (                                ) . (2 words - Space) -I see that you have (                             ) . Would you like a special (                       ) to make them disappear? -I have tried (                       ) my hair regularly (2 words - Space) and I use some (                                ) (2 words - Space) but my hair is still (                    ) . -You should use a special (              ) once a week. Your hair will soon become (                 ) . -I have tried to (                       ) it, to wear a (                 ) , (                    ) , to (              ) it with beer, eggs and all kind of miracle (                 ) but it didn’t help, so I entirely trust you !







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