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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110633: Find and synonyms
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    Find and synonyms

    Replace 'find' by a synonym. Mind the tenses.

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    1. A week ago, I (found by chance) ( )   [en...] Paul at the Louvre underground station. I hadn't seen him for ten years around.

    2. In 1974, digging a well, two Chinese farmers (found) ( )   [un...] some pieces of terra cotta. It was the beginning of a great discovery : the Emperor Quin's mausoleum !

    3. I (find) ( )   [s...] several errors on the report of the meeting !

    4. Air research (found) ( )   [l...] flotsams on the sea.

    5. The radiologist (found) ( )   [d...] a doubtful picture on the pulmonary x-ray.

    6. Coming unexpectedly in his bedroom, my mother (found) ( )   [c...] my brother smoking !

    7. My uncle (found) ( )   [g...] my husband an interesting job in his company.

    8. The hacker couldn't (find) ( )   [c...] the password of the computer.

    9. Great Scottish biologist, Alexander Fleming (found) ( )   [di...] the antibiotic Penicillin G in 1928.

    10. He is (finding) ( )   [m...] his new boss tomorrow morning.

    11. The journalist (found) ( )   [f...] out information which proved his dishonesty !

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