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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #111665: False friends
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Frequent mistakes | False friends [Change theme]
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    1) You ( )   [a...] you were a very famous ( )   [ph...], and you are unable to differentiate larynx from pharynx!

    2) Would you like a ( )   [p...] of this pear-cake... or do you prefer one of these small cherry- ( )   [p...]?

    3) Yuk ! His teeth are full of ( )   [t...], he never brushes them and must go to the dentist's !

    4)He has been ( )   [i...] when falling from his bike and must have gone to hospital to be operated on his broken leg. He is unlucky !

    5) This ( )   [n...] is written by a ( )   [ve...] writer and speaks about men's imagination.

    6) It's such an ( )   [e...] and moving play we saw yesterday!

    7) In his ( )   [d...], the murderer was arrogant, he eyed up and down the examining magistrate, and laughed at his ( )   [ba...] opposite him.

    8) The pupil was punished because of his ( )   [c...] in the classroom.

    9) During her ( )   [v...] she showed a lot of ( )   [z...] by seeing dolphins swim in front of the prow of the liner.

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