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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125015: False friends -H-I-J
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    False friends -H-I-J


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    1. 'Whatever the is, tell me please, and we will solve it together.'

    2. We never thought that our of meeting, each year, to share a meal would be called into question!

    3. She turned over her and denounced her friend: in some circles, there are lots of low blows!

    4. While training in Nice, we stayed in a where we talked to foreign people about their lives and their hopes; that was a great experience!

    5. 'Hey Mike, that photograph doesn't do you !'

    6. 'Eating too salty or too sweet meals every day is a health ! You should eat more balanced meals!'

    7. The perpetrator will answer in court for assault and will be ordered to pay damages to his victim for the suffered.

    8. 'Would you like eating some potatoes in their for dinner?'

    9. The mistress punished the as well as the thief himself, because she would have preferred the culprit to come forward.

    10. 'That is a bitter pill to swallow to pay such an for the charges of their flat! That is beyond the pale!'









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