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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121951: Tiredness and expressions
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    1. At Peter's party, John drunk too much reaching a state of ( )   [l...].

    2. We 'd been out, walking all day long and I was ( )   [on...] when we reached our house. (4 words)

    3. The event showed that while their electoral defeat had taught them ( )   [de...] it had not taught them wisdom.

    4. Chemotherapy is very hard for me, I'm ( )   [de...] after my treatment. (2 words)

    5. Paul was absolutely ( )   [kn...] at the end of this difficult match.

    6. ( )   [l...] is an abnormal state characterised by overpowering drowsiness or sleep.

    7. The workers complained of ( )   [ex...] and the project was quickly halted.

    8. I must admit a certain ( )   [we...] when reading these passages from your new book.

    9. Edward has been working all night and is ( )   [w...]. (2 words)

    10. Mary often reads a book until she drops with ( )   [ex...].

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