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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #128024: Linking words
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    1. , someone had dreamt many times about his adult life - hoping to be be free and autonomous.

    2. he wanted to travel, encounter new situations and help others to improve their lives.

    3. one's nationality, culture, personality, gender, occupation, skills, he was deeply feeling like being a citizen of the world.

    4. , he had worked so hard to achieve his goal, but for a passion, one counts neither his hours nor his efforts.

    5. he is timeless, he has no face, no first name, because if I say 'he', it could perfectly well be 'she'!

    6. ,if there are millions of them in the world, it is just one drop of water in the ocean out of eight billion people that we are, who work to counter the humans' madness.

    7. , the reality was quite different from the one he had imagined. He experienced the administrative hassle, the infinite waits between two missions. He had dealt with local authorities and cultural differences.

    8. the fact that he met many people, he was very different from his own: his happiness was neither to have a house with a swimming pool, a race car, a ship or a plane, nor to get married and have babies, but to work for the others'happiness.

    9. he was all about his passion, which he had chosen as work: he had offered himself the incredible opportunity to get up every day to do what he loved!

    10. , what he earned, he had a use for housing, food, then everything else he redistributed to the various local associations whom he worked with.

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