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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120571: Homophones and confusion
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    Homophones and confusion


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    1. I have recently taught my friend's the importance of wearing sunglasses when going outside.

    2. This is a pretty hotel room you've picked for your trip!

    3. Religious cults often on people looking for purpose and direction.

    4. She's slimmed down so much, the cute blouse I had bought her for Christmas doesn't fit her. What a !

    5. He often goes to bicycling competitions to his company's sports brand.

    6. The president of this company was taken to court, he got caught trying to precious metals.

    7. This weekend, I am going to the whales in Tadoussac.

    8. Hurry up! There's a at the boating shop!

    9. This brave isn't afraid of the darkness.

    10. She the violin. She got a job at the conservatory after a year under her teacher's wing.

    11. If they have to go through the emergency room, they need to show some and bring a book while they wait.

    12. Show me your and pick up a couple of these crates full of seafood.

    13. right. It does say here that students are entitled an extra day off after travelling for a class project.

    14. Wow, I almost fell into a lot of trouble there! Thanks for warning me.

    15. No, you read it right. It is indeed written here that we need wild for this vegetarian dish.

    16. This pleasure ship has seen many come and go.

    17. I plan to my trip to Finland.

    18. This bunny's scared of you. Look, its is standing on its back!

    19. I'm , you don't have to shout!

    20. She me do all her chores, as if I were her personal butler!









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