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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114517: Qualities and faults
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    Qualities and faults

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    1. Henry is a man; he does not get angry when you make him wait for a long time.

    2. My friend Paul always gets ten out of ten in his classroom exercises; he is very .

    3. Jack is a boy ; he eats too much and often has stomach-ache.

    4. This young man never says good morning to anybody; he is very .

    5. Before crossing the road, my sister waits until the traffic light is red; she is .

    6. My neighbour often gives some money to poor people; he is a man.

    7. Jenny only likes playing and sleeping at home; she is .

    8. My friend Bob is so that he wants every good thing for himself.

    9. Everybody, man or woman, has some qualities and some .

    10. People who have wisdom and knowledge have very important .

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