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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #111465: Confusing words
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    1. The recession is the cause of the country's current economic problems.

    2. The ethical guidelines of the institute set out a series of that we must apply.

    3. is very high due to the recent success of the business.

    4. I live my life by a strict code of .

    5. These files were fine when I gave them to you but now they are completely .

    6. I have completed a lot of work but my papers are still .

    7. The strong in the river means that it is not safe to swim.

    8. The river levels are very high because of the recent heavy rain.

    9. The interruptions to the power supply have caused problems over the past two years.

    10. The noise from the street prevented me from sleeping last night.

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