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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109498: Fore and derived words
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    English exercise "Fore and derived words" created by papjo30 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from papjo30]
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    Much attention is given in England to the weather in the newspapers.

    When I arrived there, I just got the awful that it was too late.

    Wrinkles on your are the signs of age or worry.

    It was not worth arguing with you, it was a conclusion.

    In this factory the workmen are formed in gangs under the direction of a .

    On this picture you can see B.B. King and in the you can make out 'Lucille',the name of all his guitars.

    Please don't put your in your nose!

    He loved her so much that he decided to tattoo her name on his .

    In the of the book you find out a handful of details about the author's life.

    When she was a kid, she was so lovely with her on the front of her head.

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