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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #105278: Confusing words
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    Confusing words


     cloth: tissu, étoffe lose beside die
     stationery clothes: vêtements loose besides dye




     advise verb
     advice noun
     aloud adverb
     allow verb
     allowed past participle 
     brake verb     brake noun
     break verb
     breath n.
     breathe v.


    How to heal blisters on your heels?

     The Holy See
     diary n.
     dairy n.
     heal v.
     heel n.
     holy adj.
     holly n.
     leak n.   leak v.
     leek n.

     maize n.
     maze n.
     pray v.
     prey n.
     sight n.
     site n.
     witch n.
     which adj/relative pronoun



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