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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120834: Labelling people
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    1. The topics are broad and varied. We excel in certain areas, but we get bogged down with , unable to grasp complex issues.

    2. Since archaeological excavations began near this town, Ashton has become a offering his opinion on newly found artefacts and fossils.

    3. All three are bothered only about being in the foreman's good books always willing to do his bidding.

    4. Many valuable articles were sold underhand by . They have not reappeared, but are available only in libraries and private collections.

    5. Sophia, Emily and Hank are the of our enterprise, and those who helped me out when my research came to a dead end.

    6. Professor Guy McPherson is a conservation biology who lectures viewers on the protection and sustainability of natural resources like air, water, land and wildlife.

    7. Why not hire the who arrested two suspects in connection with Silvia's carjacking two years ago where one man was sent to prison and the other was given probation?

    8. The do-nothing attitude of quenched a national thirst, a counteragent to American drive and determination.

    9. The spiked my drink himself so he could save me and show me how caring he was.

    10. A ,who plundered an elderly couple's £950,000 life savings and spent their cash on sports cars and sailing yachts, has been jailed.

    11. Across the gymnasium was the globally renowned crochet selling her crochet creations. On occasion I would glance over at her, wondering at the numerous buyers.

    12. The website garners tales of women involved with . It shows that they all know how to make women miserable, and they will never change.

    13. Richard and Karen are tight-fisted who would not spend money on personal things for pleasures.

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