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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125272: Moral harassment and harmful behaviour
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    Moral harassment and harmful behaviour


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    1. John says Henry is a thief, that's not true : it's a .

    2. The boss of this supermarket is a , many employees have resigned.

    3. Brian his secretary, therefore she makes less effort in her work.

    4. To someone is to make him a lasting enemy.

    5. The soldier was for disobeying his sergeant.

    6. That arrogant and bad singer was by the newspapers.

    7. Helen Harry ; he is very sad because of his love for her.

    8. Charlie's manager didn't like his work, he .

    9. George doesn't stand Mary; he her when he sees her in the street.

    10. Peter when he failed his driving test for the third time.










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