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Exercise "One word substitutions", created by sreedhar (a free exercise to learn English):
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Average mark: 48 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): colocolo / FRANCE, on Tuesday 28 April - 23:59:
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Stats (1373 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 33.9 %
This good-looking boy is rather unfortunate, for he is a * child. He was born after his father died.
Question 2 passed: 46.8 %
Many would be * in declaring that Mahatma Gandhi can be considered to be one of greatest Indians ever.
Question 3 passed: 54.1 %
This man is bound to find himself totally broke, ie without money for he is a * --he spends money like anything.
Question 4 passed: 32.3 %
In the * that was carried out it was discovered that there was no foul play in the death of the rich man.
Question 5 passed: 40.9 %
He is a * to the core, that is to say that he will do things if only he is paid handsomely. Money is the be all and end all for him.
Question 6 passed: 46.8 %
An Indian is usually a * and is absolutely sure that success or failure will be his lot only if his destiny demands it to be so.
Question 7 passed: 49.2 %
In those days one could find many an Indian to be a * that is one who remained unmarried for spiritual reasons.
Question 8 passed: 86 %
Never believe things easily simply because someone near and dear say so. Believe things if only they come from an * source.
Question 9 passed: 36.6 %
In the dead man's * very nice things were said about him by all. Wonder how much truth lay in it.
Question 10 passed: 48.3 %
Politicians, like beggars, beg for votes and once they get elected they simply become * - you can't just approach them.
Question 11 passed: 44.4 %
Some writers can be boring for their style of writing is rather * . There are words and words in their works.
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