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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122028: Building trade
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    1. A plans the way in which towns are built in order to make them pleasant to live in.

    2. A is a skilled worker who fixes tiles on top of a house.

    3. An checks the electrical connections in our factory.

    4. In my house, the renewed the yellow paint on the walls and made the window trim blue.

    5. Peter called a to come over to fix a water leak.

    6. The has drawn every room on this floor plan.

    7. A residential oversees the construction of individual houses and multi-unit housing projects.

    8. A is a worker whose job consists in putting up new roofs on houses and repairing damaged ones.

    9. Paul likes frames and learnt to be a skilled from his uncle.

    10. The built a big bookcase for his new clients.









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