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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121789: Hope or despair - Idioms
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    1. After the accident, Jane put her face in her hands to hide her .

    2. John is gravely ill, however there remains a .

    3. James when he was told that he hadn't got that job.

    4. The psychologists help many patients deal with their feelings of .

    5. After the avalanche, there is a faint that mountaineers may be rescued.

    6. The managers need to on these borrowings.

    7. The engineer for his new process.

    8. There were optimistic people who believed, when all had lost trust, and .

    9. Lung cancers often shorten .

    10. In my company, this year's sales . We are happy!

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