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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #118808: Idioms with the word Book
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    Idioms with the word Book


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    1. That law is absolutely absurd !

    2. I read my husband's mind when he has problems.

    3. My father is a real , avid reader and lover of books.

    4. Paul is in his boss's . He has had a pay increase.

    5. The accountant of the office. He was dismissed from his job for his dishonesty.

    6. This strike doesn't . My plane was cancelled ! I am waiting for the next flight.

    7. When you write a quotation in your essay, you must such as the name of the writer or the title of the book.

    8. The new secretary works demanded by her manager.

    9. I'm in my English teacher's because I don't contribute to the lessons enough.

    10. Mary is for me. I don't know anything on her life, her parents, her ideas, her feelings.









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