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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125623: False friends - P - 4/4
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    False friends - P - 4/4

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    1. I can't resist blueberry spread on a slice of bread in my morning chocolate.

    2. "The tart" is a sketch by Roland Magdane, a French humorist.

    3. I don't like the that some people use!

    4. As a , he dreamt of being a captain.

    5. With the Covid-19, job are becoming more and more difficult.

    6. This man was courteous and applied when he received his guests.

    7. The of current events does not foresee the improvement of the global situation.

    8. A doctor or a physiotherapist can practise in a hospital or in the .

    9. If the of his guilt is confirmed, he will go to jail for embezzlement.

    10. Manufacturing must be kept secret from the general public.

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