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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114453: Suffix -ee
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    1. Someone who is being interviewed is an (                                   ) .

    2. A person who is kidnapped is a (                             ) .

    3. A (                             ) is someone to whom a warranty is given.

    4. They managed to escape from an awful jail, they are (                          ) .

    5. In democracy, an (                       ) is someone who is elected by people.

    6. Mike, who is strongly, extremely interested in a subject, is devoted to it. We can also say he is a (                       ) of it.

    7. Someone who has been nominated for something is a (                       ) .

    8. Somebody who is forced to stand, for example in a crowded train, is a (                       ) .

    9. « To draft » can be meant as drawing plans for new structures or machines. By extension, a (                       ) is a person conscripted for military service.

    10. « To pay » is generally interpreted as to give someone money for a work. So, a (                 ) is someone who gets that money.









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