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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #92019: Pronunciation : [i] or [e]
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    Pronunciation : [i] or [e]

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    English exercise "Pronunciation : [i] or [e]" created by maxwell with The test builder
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    1. His disregard for the rules was in[e]xcusable and reason enough to have him sacked.
    2. This charity shop collects and redistributes food that is d[e]stined for the needy.
    3. The economic crisis accounts for this s[e]vere reduction in the number of employees in these companies.
    4. Whatever your budget, you'll easily find a nice present to buy in department stores, supermarkets and most p[e]culiarly on the web where the choice is much broader.
    5. You seem quite [e]nthusiastic about this project but how will you pay for it?
    6. After four years of civil war and the loss of her family, she also had to [e]ndure starvation.
    7. Native Americans use eagle feathers for c[ere]monial purposes.
    8. No, I'm not on a veg[e]tarian diet, but vegetables and fruits are what I like most.
    9. It's not so easy to determine the real inflation rate, since the average consumer bask[e]t is always changing.
    10. Freedom of [e]xpression is one of the most fundamental human rights.

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