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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104659: Adjectives and substantives
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    1) It's difficult for a young teacher to have a whole class of , because at that age, young people are quite restless...
    2) A counsel for the defence must protect and defend as well as the suspects he knows are guilty...
    3) As sincere environmentalists, fight for the protection of our childrens' futures....
    4) We must respect if we want to keep our planet from being destroyed by mankind.
    5) I don't like the theatre at all! In fact, I'm just back from 'The Caretaker' by Pinter and I hated it!...
    6) Recently, in 2010, happened in Haïti : An earthquake destroyed a vast majority of the island. Thousands of volunteers from various NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) searched the rubble for they could save, but also for , in order to give the bodies back to their mourning families. They took care of and , helped and comforted them. They built refugee 'villages' where could be sheltered 'momentarily'. After preventing some of these NGOs remained in the country to help to clean and rebuild a small part of the country. Among Haïtians, are still in countless numbers. But solidarity is still playing its part : , mostly tourists, could be sent back to their countries and , the natives, are slowly and courageously regaining hope. The developed countries mustn't forget Haïtians or let them down....

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